Offered for sale is an original red vinyl Japanese copy of Send For Me by Julie London, including the original obi.
About this copy: This copy of Send for Me is a 1961 Japanese stereo pressing on the Liberty label.
The “flipback” cover is VG+ with some minor discoloration on the back cover and a couple of minor lamination cracks on the front.
The obi is VG, with a repaired tear at the top edge and a small tear (0.5 cm) on the back side.
The lyric insert is VG++ with slight discoloration from age. The white paper inner sleeve is VG with a number of wrinkles.
The red vinyl disc is VG, with a number of light marks, but no significant scratches. It should play well with a bit of surface noise.
A nice copy of a pretty good Julie London album that is almost impossible to find complete.
Background: Released in early 1961, Send for Me was the thirteenth album by jazz/pop singer Julie London.
The album did not chart.
One of the more unique Julie London recordings, Send for Me finds the ultra-lounge chanteuse mixing it up on 12 blues-based swingers. Far afield of the guitar and bass minimalism of the deservedly famous Julie Is Her Name recordings, Send for Me goes widescreen with full band and chorus charts by pianist Jimmy Rowles. While certainly no Dinah Washington, Londo… Another in a long line of fine albums London made for Liberty between the mid-’50s and early ’60s.
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|Country of origin:||Japan|
|Year of Release:||1961|