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All Through the Night

Julie LondonAudio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 23, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B000V7KLPG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Julie's smoky-voiced homage to Cole Porter, who'd died eight months before this 1965 LP came out. Bud Shank, Russ Freeman and Joe Pass helped make this one of the best vocal albums of the era: I've Got You Under My Skin; Get Out of Town; My Heart Belongs to Daddy; Easy to Love , and more including a bonus track!

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, small group jazz...smoky & sultry January 21, 2008
Format:Audio CD
I have no idea what the other reviewer didn't like about this CD. I'm convinced he must have been listening to a different album. Besides, anyone who says an album "really stinks" but says NOTHING as to why, really makes me suspicious.

In any case, this album is one of Julie London's very best. It's Julie performing what she does best...mid tempo ballads with a small group (The Bud Shank Quintet). Her smoky, sultry voice oozes over Bud Shank's alto sax, and intertwines with Joe Pass's guitar work. It's a romantic album, with a naughty temptation in London's voice.

The album has also been remastered in 24-bit by Ron McMaster at Capitol Studios, and the result is crystal clear audio.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Julie and Cole Porter prove a match made in heaven October 26, 1998
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This 1966 album of Cole Porter songs ranks among Julie London's finest albums. Recorded with the Bud Shank Quintet, "All Through the Night" is a perfect blend of hypnotic ballads and toe-tapping uptempo numbers. The affair kicks off with a delightful "I've Got You Under My Skin" and glides into a quick-as-lightning "You Do Something to Me." "Get Out of Town" shows Julie in one her finest elements with a seductive bossa nova arrangement, and the title track entices and seduces from beginning to end. "So in Love" is another Bossa Nova workout, this time twice as fast but just as smooth. Elsewhere on the album Julie swings in grand fashion on "Easy to Love" and particularly well on "In the Still of the Night," and "Every Time We Say Goodbye" is arguably Julie's finest ballad ever. The arrangements are top-notch, the musicians impressive and Julie's vocals are, as always, first class. This is one album you'll want to listen to all through the night.
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4.0 out of 5 stars London and Porter are good mix August 28, 2000
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Julie London's husky, seductive tones are a perfect playmate to some of Cole Porter's best tunes. Backed by the Bud Shank quintet, London smoothly takes us from "I've Got Your Under My Skin" to "In the Still of the Night." Celebrated guitarist Joe Pass helps cool the outing whether it be supporting London's bluesy versions of "Every Time We Say Goodbye" or her swinging send up of "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." The only drawback to this disc is it clocks in at only 32 minutes. While some listings say this disc is out of stock, it can be found if one is persistent. It's a great addition to any London library.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Purr-fection February 4, 2008
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Imagine a hushed, smoke-filled Hollywood nightclub, one-thirty in the morning, 1965. From a corner booth, Frank Sinatra signals for a last round as a combo takes the small stage to close the night out with a loose, sexy half-hour set of Cole Porter standards. Russ Freeman slumps at the piano, delicately leading the way. Bud Shank closes his eyes and weaves his typically fluid sax lines, while the great Joe Pass follows on guitar. And at the microphone, smooth-as-silk, cool-as-ice, Julie London, enthrallingly world-weary, deliciously pitch-perfect. Who could ask for more?

Although not really a live set, "All Through The Night" evokes just this type of atmosphere (much better, in fact, than London's actual live recording of the previous year, the uncharacteristically goofy "In Person at The Americana".) Ignore the insipid new liner notes and the incongruous bonus cut from a recording session five years prior, pour yourself a cocktail, turn down the lights, and enjoy!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Julie rescued by Cole Porter March 23, 2013
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Prior to this 1965 LP, Julie for the first time had been subjected to four straight LPs with lousy arrangements and even worse recording quality. Fans were relieved when she came back strong with this collection of 10 Cole Porter songs capably and tastefully backed by the Bud Shank Quintet with Joe Pass. Julie sings in a relaxed and loose manner giving the album a real late night vibe. Some of the performances compete with Ella Fitzgerald's versions. Of course, Ella is the ingenuous but technically brilliant jazz singer while Julie is the sexy woman singing to you. Standouts include I've Got You Under My Skin, Get Out of Town, So in Love and Easy to Love. So In Love is particularly brilliant with Bud Shanks's flute intertwining with Julie's rapturous vocal.

The slight problem in this LP is the recording. While far better than the previous string of losers mentioned above, the instruments are rather two dimensional and slightly thin sounding. They are not harsh or overly processed though. Also Julie's voice is mixed down quite a bit and sometimes a phrase is lost in the sound from the Quintet. I subjectively rate this as #9 of her original 30 albums. I am less impressed with the cover art which was a real missed opportunity to re-establish Julie in the music scene. The idea to have her in a gown on a spiral staircase was great but look at the staircase they chose and the setting. It's an unattractive open steel staircase with bright theater spotlights all around her. About as intriguing as a cheap prop on a backlot. Also the cover lettering is crowded and hard to read with 3 or 4 different fonts. Didn't anyone know graphic design at Liberty?? I rate it only #26 of her covers.
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