Sexy is, as the commercials say, “often imitated but never duplicated.” It’s not baring lots of skin or exhibiting a particular sort of behavior but, rather, it is a natural quality that shines even through a high-button housecoat. In other words, you either have it or you don’t. Julie London oozed it! Cry Me A River pretty much became her signature song and nobody ever did it better … it’s amazing how Julie’s simple but sexy rendition so completely outclasses modern ‘Divas’ with all their vocal gymnastics and glory notes! This cut is from the May 1964 laser disc The Julie London Show with the Bobby Troup Quintet.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of traditional jazz and the artists who create it. Here you'll find videos, interviews, photos and a variety of material that is sure to grab your attention. This site is dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of "America's Classical Music."
- Art Tatum Classics
- Emily – Bill Evans
- Cry Me A River – Julie London
- The Flying Scotsman / Wallflower – Gerry Mulligan
- Old Black Magic / Night Train – Louis Prima & Keely Smith
- Walkin’ – Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Billy Cobham
- Satin Doll / Windsong – Mundell Lowe
- What Are You Doing New Years Eve? – Diana Krall
- Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby & Dean Martin Christmas
- The Christmas Song – Nat ‘King’ Cole