Julie London - The Ultimate Fan Site

Very nice site devoted to Julie London, with a particular emphasis on her recording career.

The Very Best Of Julie London

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The Julie London Ultimate Collection


Sultry Siren: Jazz singer Julie London, circa 1940

In June 2010, EMI Records in Japan re-released 30 of Julie’s albums. If you purchased the complete set, there was a coupon to redeem for a 2 CD set of rare, Julie London single recordings. With the help of a passionate Julie fan, we have those songs here. You will be hard pressed to find them elsewhere.

Julie London (Nancy Peck, September 26, 1926 – October 18, 2000) was an American jazz and pop singer and actress. She was noted for her smoky, sensual voice and languid demeanor. She released 32 albums of pop and jazz standards during the 1950s and 1960s, with her signature song being the classic "Cry Me a River," which she introduced in 1955. London's 35-year acting career began in films in 1944 and included playing opposite Gary Cooper in Man of the…

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    After the last season of "Emergency!," a series of six follow-up telefilms kicks off with "The Steel Inferno" (1978), as Gage (Randolph Mantooth) and DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) find themselves trapped in a high-rise elevator. With Linda Gray, Julie London. "Survival on Charter 220" (1978) may seem impossible after a midair collision, but Station 18 heads up a heroic rescue. Mantooth, Tighe, Bobby Troup star. The "Most Deadly Passage" (1978) is in Seattle, where John (Mantooth) and Roy (Tighe) discover life-threatening events involving a skydiver and a ferry engulfed in flames. With Jesse Vint, George Wyner. The "Greatest Rescues of 'Emergency!'" (1978) showcases series highlights with thrilling flashbacks after Gage and DeSoto win promotions. Mantooth, Tighe, and London star. "What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing..." (1979) locates the rescue duo in San Francisco, working among brave female paramedics. With Patty McCormack. Gage and DeSoto find no rest at "The Convention" (1979) in Frisco, called into service at multiple sites of medical crisis. Mantooth, Tighe, and McCormack star. 5 1/4 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Julie London, the smoky-voiced ``Cry Me A River'' nightclub singer whoplayed TV nurse Dixie McCall on the old ``Emergency!'' series, died Wednesday. She was 74.