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  1. Apr 20,  · Calendar Girl, an Album by Julie London. Released in November on Liberty (catalog no. SL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Traditional Pop. Featured peformers: Julie London (vocals), Pete King (arranger, conductor)/5(3).
  2. Mar 29,  · Julie London "Warm December" From the album Julie London - "Calendar Girl" () [Lyrics to "Warm December"] I'll keep you warm in December Warm when the cold breezes blow My arms so lovin' A.
  3. Calendar Girl is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number SL in In keeping with the title, each of the first twelve tracks had a month in its title, completing the album with a song entitled "Thirteenth Month".Genre: Traditional pop.
  4. Jazz critic Will Friedwald has stated that Julie London's records were so popular in the s mainly because she looked so drop-dead gorgeous on the album covers. The marketing hook behind Calendar Girl may just be the main example for those critical of London's musical career, since its sleeve has made it a prized collector's item. The famous wraparound cover depicts cheesecake shots of.
  5. This was supposed to be 2 records of julie London. I originally purchased this record because of the first album in the set. When I opened the records album 1 was Chet baker and album 2 was Julie London. Cry me a river is my favorite song and I can't even listen to it/5(35).
  6. Calendar Girl is the 3rd album from the sultry former actress Julie London, known for her smooth voice and her sexy album covers. Calendar Girl is among one of her more famous cover layouts showcasing Julie in a series of "leggy" outfits for each month of the year. Style: Vocal. Option #1: Vinyl: VG / VG+ (vinyl has a moderate amount of surface marks but overall plays very well all the way.
  7. Jan 01,  · Calendar Girl is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number SL in In keeping with the title, each of the first twelve tracks had a month in its title, completing the album with a song entitled "Thirteenth Month".2/5(4).
  8. In spite of the rock and roll boom, the 's and 60's saw some of the finest quality recordings by the all-time great stars like Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Julie London. It was the album age - the proliferation of the LP, and Julie was very much an LP artist.

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