Who Sang About the Blues? Julie London

Julie London About the Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1957
Genre: Jazz Blues Pop
Style: Big Band/Swing/Vocal
length: 3:08
producer: Bobby Troup
conductor: Russell Garcia
vocal: Julie London
orchestra: Russ Garcia & His Orchestra
engineer: Val Valentin and Ted Keep
arranger: Russell Garcia
writer: Arthur Hamilton

About the blues, about the blues

They always hit you when you can't hit back
And when they're blue enough
There's something black about the blues
And if you fail, they're gonna fade, you lose

About the blues, I know the blues

They serve you memories on a plate of tears
They know your appetite will last for years
You can't refuse
You join the club and gotta pay your dues

When you hang your hat in heartbreak hall
Your win broken dreams must crawl
And your gloom will continue to grow
Until there's nothing that you don't know

About the blues, about the blues

You can't look forward to the day your free
You look but yesterday is all you see
Don't buy a book about it, just ask me
About the blues

About the blues

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Basin Street Blues
  • 2 I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
  • 3 A Nightingale Can Sing the Blues
  • 4 Get Set for the Blues
  • 5 Invitation to the Blues
  • 6 Bye Bye Blues
  • 7 Meaning of the Blues
  • 8 About the Blues
  • 9 Sunday Blues
  • 10 The Blues Is All I Ever Had
  • 11 Blues in the Night
  • 12 Bouquet of Blues