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Here you will find my collection of accurate and detailed transcriptions as Guitar tabs + Piano sheets + Bass tabs with Chords and Lyrics that will teach how to Play Like The Greats.

"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score

Julie London

"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score

"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score
"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score
"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score
"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score
"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score
"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score

"Cry Me a River" by Julie London || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music/Score

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song: Cry Me a River
artist: Julie London
album: Julie Is Her Name (1955)
writer: Arthur Hamilton (1953)

electric jazz guitar: Barney Kessel
double bass: Ray Leatherwood

By now, this song is a classic jazz standard. This version, however, was the breakthrough of the song, when it became a hit for Julie London in 1955 and subsequently appeared in the 1956 comedy "The Girl Can't Help It". This recording also greatly aided the musical career of jazz-guitarist Barney Kessel who arranged and recorded the recognizable chord voicings of the intro-section.