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Julie London-My Funny Valentine(1981)
Julie London Her last recording from 1981
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Julie London - My Funny Valentine (HQ)
From 'The Soundtrack Music From Burt Reynolds Sharky's Machine' (1981) Buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00H2EBHF4/ref=dm_ws_tlw_trk8_B00H2EBHF4 https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sharkys-machine-soundtrack/id771141652
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Julie London - My Funny Valentine.mp4
Julie London - My Funny Valentine.mp4
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Tammy Weis Sings Julie London - My Funny Valentine
with Al Cherry, Julie Walkington and Dave Ohm
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My funny valentine- Julie London
One of my favourite Jazz songs.
Views: 176 Kirsty Tattler
The Julie London Show - 1964
--"The Julie London Show" - May 28, 1964. --Produced by TBS-TV at Studio "G", Japan The Quartet accompanying Julie & Bobby: --Joe Burnett on Trumpet --Dennis Budimir on Guitar --Don Bagley on Bass --Dewells Barton on Drums Program-- --Julie London: 01. Look Up 02. Bye Bye Blackbird (with Don Bagley on bass) 03. Daddy 04. My Baby Just Cares For Me 05. Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) 06. Send For Me 07. Come Rain Or Come Shine 08. I Left My Heart In San Francisco --Bobby Troup: 09. Route 66 10. Georgia Brown 11. Tenderly (Instrumental) 12. My Funny Valentine 13. Misty --Julie London: 14. 'deed I Do 15. Let There Be Love 16. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to 17. Kansas City 18. Cry Me a River
Views: 151811 Adam Lopez
JULIE LONDON..MY FUNNY VALENTINE.. My funny Valentine, sweet comic Valentine You make me smile with my heart Your looks are laughable, unphotographable But you're my favorite work of art Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart but, don't change a hair for me Not if you care for me Stay, little Valentine, stay Each day is Valentine's day
Views: 483 TheLOVEGROWS
67 - Julie London - My Funny Valentine
Download: https://djlowcut.bandcamp.com/album/dusty-robbery As a retrospective of what Dj Low Cut released this past few years, Dusty Robbery brings the light on the dusty vinyls he dig to produce every track. What you’re about to hear is a mix of original music Dj Low Cut used and songs he did with those. Follow Dj Low Cut: - Facebook: ‪http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dj-Low-...‬ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/LowCut - Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/djlowcut/tracks - Bandcamp: http://djlowcut.bandcamp.com/ - Instagram: http://instagram.com/djlowcut - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DjCutLow
Views: 372 Low Cut
My Funny Valentine
Not mine. Taken from the Tallented Mr Ripley DVD. If anyone can tell me the context for the bit where Peter is hugging Tom like that, you win teh internetz because I can't seem to find that scene in the movie, and it looks so sweet! EDIT: Thank you to all the lovely people who answered my question! :)
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Julie London - when I fall in love
a beautiful rendition of a beautiful song
Views: 819317 Jon Fell
Julie Andrews My Funny Valentine/Do Ri Me
This is from the Gift of Music. I was really high up and I know that the video is horrible but it was just so awesome that I wanted to preserve my memories. I cheered. I sang along (horribly) and I cried. She was fantastic that night. It was a dream come true. I can now say I sang along to Do Ri Me with Julie Andrews. Epic!
Views: 837 topbanana61
My Funny Valentine Julie London 1981 Valentijn Selectie Selection A4 Education Only
Not for commercial use ! ! ! My Funny Valentine Julie London 1981 Valentijn Selectie MY FUNNY VALENTINE My funny valentine Sweet comic valentine You make me smile with my heart Your looks are laughable Unphotographable Yet youre my favourite work of art Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont change a hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont you change one hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day
Julie London - Love Letters
Julie London Love Letters 1962
Views: 13427 JazzBreakTV
TGOM London Julie Andrews - My Funny Valentine
The Gift of Music - An Evening with Julie Andrews 8 May 2010 My Funny Valentine I was on that concert! That was marvelous. I will never forget it! Apology for the quality! But I was so excited. That was my best, which I could make. My heart knocked violently and my hand trembled...
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my funny valentine
simple duo in work
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my funny valentine
me covering "my funny valentine".
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Julie Andrews, My Funny Valentine, London O2 Arena, 8 May 2010
The grandest night of all! One of the highlights of the evening! Sorry for the bad quality!
Views: 1960 Cátia Adão
My Funny Valentine - The Gift of Music London 2010
From Julie Andrews' "The Gift of Music" Concert in London in the O2 Arena on 8/5/2010
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The Gift of Music with Julie Andrews in London - My Funny Valentine
Julie sings My Funny Valentine
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Julie Andrews records My Funny Valentine   1994
Julie Andrews records My Funny Valentine with the London Symphony Orchestra. 1994.
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Radka Toneff - My Funny Valentine
My funny valentine Sweet comic valentine You make me smile with my heart Your looks are laughable Unphotographable Yet youre my favourite work of art Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont change a hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day Is your figure less than greek Is your mouth a little weak When you open it to speak Are you smart? But dont you change one hair for me Not if you care for me Stay little valentine stay Each day is valentines day
Views: 242024 Tonje Waitz
My Funny Valentine (by Michelle Pfeiffer)
A classic movie for jazz music lovers. Fair use of the performance by Michelle Pfeiffer and full acknowledgment of all associated copyrights. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Película clásica para los amantes de la música de jazz. Uso con fines no lucrativos de la interpretación de Michelle Pfeiffer y pleno reconocimiento de todos los derechos de autor asociados.
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Sarah Vaughan - My funny Valentine
Sarah Vaughan - My funny Valentine
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Julie Andrews - My Funny Valentine O2 Arena London (detail)
Slightly wobbly, but well-intended short section of Julie Andrews singing My Funny Valentine at the concert in the O2 Arena in London, May 8 2010. [filmed from block 111, Q 337]
Views: 540 Leonieke Aalders
Julie London - Mighty Quinn ( Quinn The Eskimo ) - Bob Dylan / Manfred Mann
At the age of only 43 in 1969 Julie London ( 1926-2000 )retired from recording , although she had recorded some 30 albums in the period 1955 to 1969. Her version of the Mighty Quinn is taken from her final album Yummy Yummy Yummy released in November 1969. In the last 30 years of her life her only recording was a solitary song in 1981 - My Funny Valentine for the Burt Reynolds film Sharky`s Machine .
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Julie London Documentary - The Lady's Not a Vamp
"Julie London: The Lady's Not a Vamp". Produced by the BBC, 2006. --Narrated by Mariella Frostrup --Produced & Directed by Louis Heaton Thanks to albums like Natalie Cole's 1990 "Unforgettable", the genre of jazz/classic pop/standards was revived in the 80's & 90's. Due to the success of recordings like Natalie Cole's 1990 "Unforgettable" album, the genre of jazz/standards/classic pop was revived in the 80's & 90's. Thanks to this, in the late 1990's Capitol Records released a phenomenal series of discs called "Ultra-Lounge" that featured a myriad of tracks picked from the label's enormous catalogue of recordings from the 50's/60's of music that people today refer to as "lounge music". The series also featured CD's that were devoted to individual singers such as Wayne Newton, Louis Prima, Sam Butera, & even Mrs. Miller (?). Julie London also got her own disc, & thanks to this her recordings of the 50's & 60's were re-discovered & soon re-issued. She became even more popular when she was re-discovered! I have been a fan of La London ever since I heard her rendition of "Fly Me to the Moon" on the radio when I was a kid. I was born in 1981, & in my opinion the music of the great jazz/standards singers & arrangers of the mid 20th century showed popular music at its most sublime.
Views: 89630 Adam Lopez
Anita O'Day - My Funny Valentine
My Funny Valentine by Anita O'Day from the album The Verve Years 1957-1962 Released 2014-04-18 on Not Now Music Jazz may have been born in New Orleans but it blossomed in Chicago in the first quarter of the 20th century. Despite facing some adversity in her life Anita, who considered herself a musician rather than just a singer, managed to carve out a singing career that lasted more than 60 years as arguably the last instantly recognisable jazz diva of a group that included Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan and Carmen McRae. © 2014 Not Now Music ℗ 2014 Not Now Music . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. If you should have any objections, please get in touch with finetunes first.
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Julie Andrews - Live in concert at the O2 - May 2010 - My Funny Valentine, Do-Re-Mi
Julie Andrews, in her first time on the UK stage for 30 years, does the Rodgers and Hart standard "My Funny Valentine" all by herself. We get a glimpse of Julie at her peak with a clip of 'Do-Re-Mi', before the entire cast sing the curtain down on the First Act.
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London Arrington - My Funny Valentine
London Arrington sings "My Funny Valentine" with Bernard Linnette's Interactive jazz band. Includes trumpet and piano solos. Recorded at Club 29 in Atlanta, GA on December 12, 2007. London Arrington - Vocals Lester Walker - Trumpet Louis Heriveaux - Piano Craig Shaw - Bass Bernard Linnette - Drums Atlanta Jazz Info: http://www.iwasdoingallright.com/atlanta_jazz/
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Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine - Unissued Version
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Julie London - Besame Mucho
Another classic from the album "Julie London Sings Latin"
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Linda Ronstadt My Funny Valentine
Linda Ronstadt sings "My Funny Valentine" by Rogers and Hart. Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
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Julie Andrews O2 snippet of My Funny Valentine
My Funny Valentine Snippet
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Julie London - All the Best [Vintage Jukebox] (BEST OF JAZZ - BEST OF POP
TRACKLIST 01- Julie London 00:07 02- Blue moon 02:54 03- But Not For Me 05:26 04- Bye Bye Blackbird 07:55 05- Do It Again 10:27 06- Dont Smoke in Bed 12:47 07- Goody Goody 15:12 08- How About Me 17:30 09- June in January 20:37 10- Lonely Night In Paris 22:45 11- Say It Isnt So 24:58 12- What Is This Thing Called Love 26:59 13- Youve Changed 28:46 14- By Myself 31:29 15- For You 33:11 16- Lonesome Road 35:54 17- Mad about The Boy 38:18 18- Midnight Sun 40:30 19- Somebody Loves Me 42:59 20- Something cool 46:00 JULIE LONDON - ALL THE BEST [Vintage Jukebox] Julie London (born Gayle Peck; September 26, 1926 – October 18, 2000) was an American nightclub, jazz and pop singer, film and television actress and a former pinup model, whose career spanned five decades of television. She was noted for her smoky, sensual husky 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. She had also appeared as a guest on several talk shows and as a panelist on numerous game shows. London's 35-year acting career began in films in 1944, and included playing opposite Rock Hudson in The Fat Man (1951), Gary Cooper in Man of the West (1958) and Robert Mitchum in The Wonderful Country (1959). She achieved continuing success in the television medical drama Emergency! (1972–1979), co-starring her real-life husband, Bobby Troup, and produced by her ex-husband, Jack Webb, in which London played the female lead role of Nurse Dixie McCall. London began singing under the name Gayle Peck in public in her teens before appearing in a film. She was discovered by talent agent Sue Carol (wife of actor Alan Ladd), while working as an elevator operator. Her early film career, however, did not include any singing roles. London recorded 32 albums in a career that began in 1955 with a live performance at the 881 Club in Los Angeles.[7] Billboard named her the most popular female vocalist for 1955, 1956, and 1957. She was the subject of a 1957 Life cover article in which she was quoted as saying, "It's only a thimbleful of a voice, and I have to use it close to the microphone. But it is a kind of oversmoked voice, and it automatically sounds intimate."[8] London's debut recordings were for the Bethlehem Records label. While shopping for a record deal, she recorded four tracks that would later be included on the compilation album Bethlehem's Girlfriends in 1955. Bobby Troup backed London on the album, for which London recorded the standards "Don't Worry About Me", "Motherless Child", "A Foggy Day", and "You're Blasé". London's most famous single, "Cry Me a River", was written by her high-school classmate Arthur Hamilton and produced by Troup.[9] The recording became a million-seller after its release in December 1955,[10] and also sold on reissue in April 1983 from the attention brought by a Mari Wilson cover. London performed the song in the film The Girl Can't Help It (1956), and her recording gained later attention in the films Passion of Mind (2000) and V for Vendetta (2006). The song "Yummy Yummy Yummy" was featured on the HBO television series Six Feet Under and appears on its soundtrack album. London's "Must Be Catchin'" was featured in the 2011 premiere episode of the ABC series Pan Am. Her last recording was "My Funny Valentine" for the soundtrack of the Burt Reynolds film Sharky's Machine (1981). Listen to the Best Music of: Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!
Speedball  My Funny Valentine
Speedball My Funny Valentine 19-29 November 2007 Performed at 606 Jazz Part of London Jazz Festival Cast ANDY DAVIES, Actor/Trumpet GLENN MACNAMARA, Actor/Vocalist SARAH PAUL, Actor Crew NICHOLAI LA BARRIE, Director MARK OTHOMAS, Writer ANDREA VICARI, Composer JULIE WALKINGTON, Bass KATE DENBY, Producer PABLO FERNANDEZ, Lighting Designer NEIL LAYTON, Intern
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Elvis Costello - My Funny Valentine (Live on The White Room)
Elvis Costello gives us another intense beautiful version of My Funny Valentine live on Channel 4's short lived The White Room show.
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From the laser disc "Julie London Show", with the Bobby Troup Quintet, recorded on May-28-1964 in Japan.
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One of the favourites to win BGT 2013 (Alice Fredenham) sings Cry Me a River for her semi final performance. "Cry Me a River" is a popular American torch song, written by Arthur Hamilton and first published in 1953, and made famous in the version by Julie London, 1955.
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Julie London - Bye Bye Blackbird
From the laser disc "Julie London Show", with the Bobby Troup Quintet, recorded on May-28-1964 in Japan.
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Julie London - 'Round Midnight
Julie London-'Round Midnight
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Julie London - Cry Me A River  (Good quality video).avi
While some boozers only see pink elephants, Tom Ewell gets to have visions of stunning Julie London, in an eye-popping variety of chintzy outfits, the lucky dog. Clip is from the 1956 classic "The Girl Can't Help It".
Views: 808453 MothraBlues
This is the third of a series of three videos highlighting the top 60 female jazz singers of all time as chosen by the website DigitalDreamDoor. This video features artists ranked from 41 - 60. Hope you enjoy it. 1) 00:00 Turn Me On - Norah Jones 2) 2:28 Landslide - Stacey Kent 3) 6:15 The Moon and the Sky - Sade 4) 10:40 Down In My Soul - Ethel Waters 5) 13:48 Love Me Like a Man - Karrin Allyson 6) 18:06 Baltimore Oriole - Sheila Jordan 7) 20:38 You Belong To Me - Jo Stafford 8) 23:48 Memories of You - Maxine Sullivan 9) 28:31 Girl Talk - Vanessa Rubin 10) 33:01 California Soul - Marlena Shaw 11) 35:59 Rocks In My Bed - Ivie Anderson 12) 39:04 Skylark - Linda Ronstadt 13) 42:07 Handy Man - Alberta Hunter 14) 46:07 You Don't Know Me - Janis Siegel 15) 50:35 The Waters of March - Susannah McCorkle 16) 54:28 Stormy Weather - Cleo Laine 17) 57:48 Lonely In New York - Sophie Milman 18) 1:01:05 My Funny Valentine - Julie London 19) 1:03:47 Gone - Melody Gardot 20) 1:06:39 I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl - Queen Latifah
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Jessica Allotta - My Funny Valentine - Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart - 1937
My Funny Valentine è un brano musicale composto da Richard Rodgers e Lorenz Hart per il musical Babes in Arms del 1937. Nella prima rappresentazione del musical a Broadway il brano fu interpretato dall'allora diciassettenne Mitzi Green. In seguito è diventato uno degli standard del jazz più eseguiti ed è stato proposto da molti celebri musicisti e interpreti. Tra le esecuzioni più note quelle di Miles Davis, Chet Baker, Billy Eckstine, Johnny Hartman, Gerry Mulligan, Sarah Vaughan, Chaka Khan, Julie London, Ella Fitzgerald e Frank Sinatra. Il musical Babes in Arms fu inaugurato allo Shubert Theatre di Broadway il 14 aprile 1937 e fu messo in scena 289 volte.[1] Nella sceneggiatura originale, un personaggio di nome Billie Smith (interpretato da Mitzi Green) dedica questa canzone a Valentine "Val" LaMar (Ray Heatherton), scherzando su alcune sue caratteristiche. Ma, alla fine, afferma che Valentine riesce a farla ridere e che non vorrebbe che lui cambiasse mai. Il brano entrò per la prima volta in classifica nel 1945, interpretato da Hal McIntyre e Ruth Gaylor. Restò in classifica una sola settimana in sedicesima posizione. Non si contano gli album nei quali My Funny Valentine è inclusa e il gran numero di artisti che l'hanno eseguita in tutto il mondo. voice: Jessica Allotta piano: Andrea Palumbo “Tu sei la mia spassosa innamorata dolce simpatica innamorata il mio cuore sorride con te le tue espressioni fanno ridere per niente fotogeniche resti sempre la mia opera d’arte preferita La tua figura non è all’altezza di quelle greche? La tua bocca talmente sottile che appena la apri per parlare sembra che sorridi ma non cambiare un solo capello per me Non farlo, se ti sto a cuore resta la mia spassosa innamorata ogni giorno è il giorno degli innamorati ogni giorno è il giorno degli innamorati”.
Cry Me a River by Julie London [with lyrics]
Cry Me a River by Julie London, who performed with her renowned smoky voice in the 1950's.
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