O'Day, Conner, and London

   The Record Shelf

  Published On Tuesday, November 27, 1956

  By Stephen Addiss

 
 

Another relative newcomer to notoriety is Julie London, who has made three LP's within the year for Liberty Records. No one claims a distinctive style for her, but she sings with a lack of affectation that allows her small, warm voice to make an immediate impression. She is also as beautiful a girl as you could wish, of which fact Liberty has taken advantage with no less than thirteen large color portraits on her latest album. Despite the visual effects, though, her best LP remains the first, (Lib. 3006) with just Guitar and Bass. If you like your songs sung intimately and on the slow side, she's your dish.