Offered for sale is a blue vinyl U.S. stereo pressing of Julie at Home by Julie London.
Note: A limited number of copies of this 1960 LP were pressed on blue vinyl to note Liberty Records’ introduction of stereo albums.
About this copy: This copy of Julie at Home is a 1960 U.S. stereo pressing on the Liberty label.
The cover is VG+ with light general wear and a 1 1/2″ (3 cm) repaired split at the top right hand corner.
The original Liberty inner sleeve is M- with no splits.
The blue vinyl disc is VG+ on side one with a couple of light marks. Side two is VG++ with one or two light marks. It’s a clean disc that has had relatively little play.
A nice copy of a rare (and very good) Julie London LP.
Background: Released in 1960, Julie at Home was the eleventh album by Julie London.
The album did not chart.
In 1959, sultry vocalist Julie London was really coming into her own as a singer. Her worldwide hit “Cry Me a River” was four years behind her, and while she would never attain that level of fame as a recording artist for the rest of her career, her ability to interpret a song was at its strongest in the late ’50s and early ’60s. Liberty Records’ Julie…At Home finds the vocalist comfortably in front of a small jazz combo highlighted by vibraphonist Emil Richards and guitarist Al Viola. The sessions seem relaxed and casual, often with the lyrics slyly slipping from London’s lips, at once sophisticated and sensual.
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