Offered for sale is a set of two copies of the U.S. record-club-only LP By Myself by Julie London, one in mono and one in stereo.
About these copies: These copies of By Myself are 1965 U.S. pressings on the Liberty label, produced exclusively for the Columbia Record Club.
Mono copy: The cover is VG, with light ring wear and two large bends in the cover.
The disc is VG++ on side one with an inaudible scuff. Side two is M-.
Stereo copy: The cover is VG+ with light ring wear. The disc is M- and appears to have had little play.
A nice set of two scarce Julie London LPs.
Background: Released in 1965 through the U.S. Columbia Record Club, By Myself is a compilation LP containing tracks from Julie at Home, Julie is Her Name, Lonely Girl, In Person at the Americana, Your Number Please, Sophisticated Lady, and Love on the Rocks.
Despite the title, the album was not sold by itself; it was as part of a two-record set, paired with All Through the Night. The package consisted of two separate albums, shrink-wrapped together. As second hand LPs, the two albums are usually sold separately.
- You’d Be So Nice To Come Home
- The Thrill Is Gone
- It Never Entered My Mind
- Where Or When
- By Myself
- They Can’t Take That Away From Me
- Love Is Here To Stay
- A Cottage For Sale
- I Love Paris
|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Year of Release:||1965|