Julie London ‎– Our Fair Lady “Promo”


Julie London spent most of the 1960s recording middle-of-the-road vocal pop albums of varying degrees of worth before returning to West Coast jazz with a vengeance on 1965's All Through the Night. Recorded the same year as that excellent Cole Porter tribute, the bland Our Fair Lady comes off like corporate payback for a quick jazz rebellion. The arrangements on this release are lifeless, and though she projected a sexy, confident image on album covers, Julie London was always better at singing torch songs of unrequited love then whispering winking, come-hither tracks like “Never on Sunday” or kitsch songs such as “Theme From a Summer Place.” While Our Fair Lady seems like a stopgap release, the balance between jazz and upscale pop was achieved on London's next release, the fine For the Night People.

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Liberty ‎– (D)LRP 3392 1965 Mono White Label Audition Record, very rare


Side 1.

1. Days Of Wine And Roses

2. Call Me Irresponsible

3. Theme From A Summer Place

4. As Time Goes By

5. More (Theme From “Mondo Cane”)

6. Charade

Side 2.

1. Never On Sunday

2. An Affair To Remember

3. Wives And Lovers

4. Fascination

5. Boy On A Dolphin

6. The Second Time Around


  • Arranged By – Ernie Freeman, Richard Wess
  • Artwork By [Cover Design] – Studio Five
  • Engineer – Dave Hassinger
  • Other [Sleeve Notes] – Army Archerd
  • Producer – “Snuff” Garrett

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
LP Condition

Near Mint (NM or M-)

Cover Condition

Near Mint (NM or M-)


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