Offered for sale is an original 1963 Japanese red vinyl pressing of Love Letters by Julie London, including the original obi and an alternate cover from the U.S. release.
Only the original issue had the alternate cover; later Japanese pressings used the same cover as the U.S. release.
About this copy: This copy of Love Letters is a 1963 Japanese stereo pressing on the Liberty label, pressed on “Everclean” red vinyl.
The cover is VG++, with no wear but with a few minor creases in the thin cover. The original obi is M-. The insert is M-.
The red vinyl disc is VG+, with a few light scuffs and a number of spindle marks on the labels. It’s a fairly clean disc that’s been well cared for.
A nice copy of an album that’s nearly impossible find complete.
Background: Released in 1962, Love Letters was the sixteenth album by Julie London.
The album did not chart.
Every Julie London album before Love Letters has something to recommend it for fans of vocal pop and jazz or lounge music, but this 1962 release is for London completists only. Love Letters isn’t a bad album, but it is a dull one, with boring orchestral charts and a track listing that seems thrown together. … Thankfully, London’s next release, Sophisticated Lady, contained a better selection of songs and proved that she could do a worthy orchestral album.
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|Country of origin:||Japan|
|Year of Release:||1963|