|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||You're My Everything / You're Nearer||2||mp3||1954||MGM Records|
|2||Only Trust Your Heart / I Need You So||2||mp3||1957||MGM Records|
|3||In The Still Of The Night||12||mp3||1956|
|4||Let There Be Love||8||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|5||Your Cheatin' Heart||2||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|6||I Can't Give You Anything But Love||2||mp3||1960||MGM Records|
|7||Love Letters||4||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|8||Why Don't You Believe Me||4||mp3||1954||MGM Records|
|9||The Talk Of The Town||4||mp3||1955||MGM Records|
|10||Why Don't You Believe Me / Purple Shades||2||mp3||1952||MGM Records|
|11||I Still Get Jealous / Prayer Of Love||2||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|12||Danny Boy / To You I Give My Heart||2||mp3||1956||MGM Records|
|13||Joni James Sings Songs Of Hank Williams||12||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|14||Joni James "Award Winning Album"||12||mp3||1961||MGM Records|
|15||Award Winning Album||12||mp3||1961||MGM Records|
|16||Summer Love / I'm Sorry For You, My Friend||2||mp3||1957||MGM Records|
|17||Sorry For Myself? / There Must Be A Way||2||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|18||Am I In Love / Maybe Next Time||2||mp3||1954||MGM Records|
|19||100 Strings And Joni (Vol. 2)||4||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|20||When We Come Of Age / Every Time You Tell Me You Love Me||2||mp3||1954||MGM Records|
|21||Have You Heard / Wishing Ring||2||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|22||I Laughed At Love / Little Things Mean A Lot||2||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|23||Vol. 1||4||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|24||I Still Get A Thrill (Thinking Of You) / Perhaps||2||mp3||1959||MGM Records|
|25||You Are My Love||2||mp3||1955||MGM Records|
|26||Almost Always / Is It Any Wonder||2||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|27||Your Cheatin' Heart||2||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|28||Almost Always / Is It Any Wonder||2||mp3||1953||MGM Records|
|29||Joni James "Award Winning Album"||12||mp3||1956||MGM Records|
|30||There Goes My Heart / Funny||2||mp3||1958||MGM Records|
American singer of traditional pop standards.
b. 22/09/1930 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
James was born into an Italian family in Chicago. As an adolescent, she studied drama and ballet, and on graduating from high school, went with a local dance group on a tour of Canada. She then took a job as a chorus girl in the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago. After doing a fill-in in Indiana, she decided to pursue a singing career. Some executives at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) spotted her in a television commercial, and she was signed by MGM in 1952. Her first hit, "Why Don't You Believe Me?" sold over two million copies. She had a number of hits following that one, including "Your Cheatin' Heart" (a cover of Hank Williams' hit) and "Have You Heard?"
She was the first American to record at London's Abbey Road Studios, and recorded five albums there. She was also very popular across parts of the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in the Philippines where she performed at Manila's now defunct EM Club in 1957. She also scored a big hit in Manila with Filipino composer Salvador Asuncion's work entitled "In Despair."
James had seven Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Why Don't You Believe Me?" (#1 in 1952) "Have You Heard?" (#4 in 1953) "Your Cheatin' Heart" (#2 in 1953) "Almost Always" (#9 in 1953) "My Love, My Love" (#8 in 1953) "How Important Can It Be?" (#2 in 1955) and "You Are My Love" (#6 in 1955) as well as sixteen other Top 40 hits from 1952 to 1961. She has sold more than 100 million records.