This was the only official release of any of
Judy's recordings from her short-lived TV series of 1963/64.
Released in both mono and simulated stereo (hence the two catalog numbers above, the record was quite popular with Judy's fans,
and an abridged version was released by Capitol in 1980 #M-12034).
In the years since, recordings from Judy's series would show
up on various "bootleg"
albums and CDs, including some produced by Judy's ex-husband Sid Luft. Most of
these recordings were of poor quality or highly altered electronically. The series
recordings wouldn't get an "official" release by Capitol until 1989 when a few
tracks showed up on the "Judy Garland Live!" CD. The best CD compilation of songs
from Judy's series is "The Show That Got Away" released
in 2001. All images on this page from
the collection of Scott Brogan & Eric Hemphill.
Album cover restoration provided by "Alex in Belgium" -
thank you Alex!
The "Duophonic" version for stereo record players. The text on the back reads: This Capitol duophonic record is designed for stereo phonographs. Duophonic is an exclusive Capitol electronic development designed to enrich irreplaceable monophonic high-fidelity recordings that have proven their lasting popularity. It brings to these great performance a brilliant new two-channel sound that takes full advantage of the reproduction characteristics of today's finest stereo phonographs.
The rare AFRS version of the album, which was sent around the world
and played for American Servicement by DJ's on the Armed Forces Radio & Television
(no cover art is available as these were shipped in plain sleeves, without the
From the collection of Eric Hemphill