This 1965 release from U.S. pop singer Julie London includes "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "You Do Something To Me."
English version features LP-style CD cover.
Personnel: Bob Flanagan, Bob Flanigan (trombone); Don Baley, Monty Budwig (bass guitar); Joe Pass, Al Viola (guitar); Bud Shank (flute, alto saxophone); Jimmy Rowles, Russ Freeman (piano); Emil Richards (vibraphone); Colin Bailey, Earl Palmer (drums); Bud Shank Quintet.
Liner Note Author: James Gavin.
Recording information: Captiol Studios, Los Angeles, CA (03/04/1960-07/16/1960); Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, CA (03/04/1960-07/16/1960).
Arranger: Russ Freeman .
During the 1950s, Julie London's albums were standard issue for hipsters of the day. London's sultry, smoky, jazz-influenced voice epitomized understated cool. ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT consists of an all-Cole Porter program, and she wrings these late-night tales of love's intrigues for all they're worth. London's accompanists include such ace West Coast jazz players as pianist Russ Freeman (who played with Chet Baker and Shelly Manne), guitar icon Joe Pass (who played with Ella Fitzgerald), and flutist/alto saxophonist Bud Shank. NIGHT is a classic "mood" album from the record collections of bygone bachelor pads.