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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by fezz parka, Sep 18, 2021.
yeah... great nurse, better entertainer!
What a voice... what class
where is thumping heart emoji
Wow. That kicks ass. Quite a sophisticated presentation.
Squad 51. KMG-365.
PS Ms. London also appears in Girl Can't Help It.
Was that HR on guitar?
Not sure. I know Kessel played on her 50's stuff, like Cry Me A River. Al Hendrickson too.
I haven't used this one in some time, but Dixie deserves it....
For those that like this search out some videos of Tina Louise before Gilligan’s Island. She had quite a few records.
But can she cook ?
Pretty sure she or the producers saw this. She had a couple of records in 57/58. There are many moves here that Ginger did. But I posted it for the music (from Julie's 1963 LP The End Of The World) not the dancing. If that's all you see...you missed the point.
Apparently I missed the point. The moves were by far the best part of it.
Few days ago while watching for the zillionth time my favorite TV western The Big Valley they had the episode with Julie London. A classy beauty with a voice, I wondered why she wasn't bigger.
That doesn't surprise me. Most people listen with their eyes.
Fly Me To The Moon is a classic. Doesn't matter who sings it, it's a killer tune.
Julie started as an actress. Was married to Jack Webb. They divorced in 54, and Julie started singing at clubs. That's where she met Bobby Troup. The guy who wrote Route 66. Her first record ( produced by Lenny Warnoker's dad) had Cry Me A River on it. Huge hit. Three years running she was Billboard's top female vocalist. 30 lps followed, and a resurgence of her acting career followed that. Webb cast both Julie and Bobby in Emergency!
I never realized she had a voice like that.
But I guess a lot of actresses that we saw on TV shows in the 70s had previously had good careers in music, and gracefully moved into TV as they aged.
It's a shame that so many talented people got screwed on their contracts.
Nick was always ready to punch someone out. I love that show.
They weren't doing a lot of implants yet.....