Justin Vivian Bond Delivers A Julie Valentine
In an inspired flight of fancy Mx Bond creates a play list for Julie London’s imagined, unrecorded record, A Julie Valentine, the follow-up to her under-played, and under-appreciated 1968 pop album, Yummy, Yummy, Yummy.
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy was Julie’s final release from Liberty Records, known as The House That Julie Built. Julie became a star and put Liberty Records on the map with the mega-hit, now classic torch song “Cry Me a River,” written by her high school sweetheart Arthur Hamilton and released in 1955 on her eponymous record, Julie Is Her Name.
After Yummy, Yummy, Yummy she never recorded another album. But if she had, it might have been…
A Julie Valentine!
Musical Direction and Arrangements by Matt Ray.
Photo by Thomas Giddings for Cero Magazine. Styling by Melissa Levy. Gown by Loewe, Jonathan Anderson-Creative Director
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