Swing Me an Old Song

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Swing Me an Old Song
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Studio album by
Released 1959
RecordedApril-May 1959
Genre Traditional pop, vocal jazz
Label Liberty
Producer Bobby Troup
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Swing Me an Old Song is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog numbers LRP-3119 (monaural) and LST-7119 (stereophonic) in 1959. The accompaniment was by Jimmy Rowles and his Orchestra.


Track listing

Track #SongSongwriter(s)Length
1"Comin' Thro' the Rye"traditional2:38
2"Cuddle up a Little Closer" Karl Hoschna, Otto Harbach 2:11
3"After the Ball" Charles K. Harris 2:45
4"Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee"Henry I. Marshall, Stanley Murphy3:26
5"Camptown Races" Stephen Foster 3:24
6"Old Folks at Home"Stephen Foster2:45
7"Downtown Strutters' Ball" Shelton Brooks 2:33
8"How Come You Do Me Like You Do?" Gene Austin, Roy Bergere2:33
9"Row, Row, Row"traditional2:24
10"By the Beautiful Sea" Harry Carroll, Harold R. Atteridge 2:16
11"Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home" Hughie Cannon 1:53
12"Three O'Clock in the Morning" Julián Robledo, Theodora Morse 3:14


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