Who Sang Get Set for 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: 2:45
producer: Bobby Troup
conductor: Russell Garcia
vocal: Julie London
orchestra: Russ Garcia & His Orchestra
engineer: Val Valentin and Ted Keep
arranger: Russell Garcia
(Joe R. Karnes)
Julie London

If you wake, and hate to face the day
And black coffee doesn't clear the fog away
In spite of all you do, that nightmare's here to stay
Get ready, get set for the blues

If you're caught in some old witch's spell
And there's not a penny in your wishing well
And you're just riding on a crazy carousel
Get ready, get set for the blues

The blues, the "sorry for yourself" blues
Will get you if you don't watch out
The blues, the "everybody hates you" blues
Will move right in without a doubt.

If the sun can't chase away the chill
And the clouds look like they're gonna overspill
And you don't seem to care,
In fact you hope they will
Get ready, get set,
I'm sorry you've met, 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