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Judy Garland - Best of "Lost Tracks 1929-1959"
Title:
THE BEST OF LOST TRACKS
1929 - 1959
Category:
Vocal
Label:
JSP Records
Catalog Number:
JSP6703
Release Date:
December 4, 2015
Type:
CD
Discs:
1
Length:
1 hr, 18 min
Availability:
Available
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Judy Garland - Lost Tracks 1929 - 1959

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ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

The 2010 4-CD set "Judy Garland - Lost Tracks 1929-1959" was such a big success that JSP has decided to release a "best of" compilation, with newly remastered versions of what was previously released, plust four new-to-CD tracks.  Of particular interest here are the new remasters of Judy's two 1935 Decca Records test recordings: "Bill" and "On The Good Ship Lolipop/The Object of My Affection/Dinah" - they've never sounded better!

FOUR brand-new-to-CD tracks have been added, along with the newly remastered “best of” tracks that are featured.  John Haley, the expert audio engineer who gloriously restored and remastered the tracks in the best-selling Swan Songs, First Flights CD set, has returned to provide sparkling new restorations.

You can still purchase the original 4-CD “Lost Tracks” set here.

All images on this page from the collection of Scott Brogan.



TRACK LISTING

*First time on CD

Audio Restoration and Remastering by
 Peter Rynston of Tall Order Mastering and John H. Haley of Harmony Restorations LLC,
except tracks 1, 2, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 by John H. Haley alone.

Date
Recorded/Aired
TITLE
Time
03-29-1935
BILL
(with Ethel Gumm at the piano)
Decca Records DLA-158A
3:23
03-29-1935
MEDLEY: ON THE GOOD SHIP LOLIPOP/THE OBJECT OF MY AFFECTION/DINAH
(with Ethel Gumm at the piano)
Decca Records DLA-159A
2:52
10-26-1935
BROADWAY RHYTHM
("The Shell Chateau Hour" - Introduction by Wallace Beery)
5:17
03-07-1939
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT JONES
("The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope")
2:50
12-16-1939
COMES LOVE
("Arrowhead Springs Hotel Opening" broadcast)
2:42
06-18-1942
MINNIE FROM TRINIDAD
("Command Performance #18")
3:56
07-28-1942
OVER THE RAINBOW
("Command Performance #24")
3:10
10-09-1942
ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET
("Command Performance #35")
2:26
03-20-1943
ZING! WENT THE STRINGS OF MY HEART
("Command Performance #58")
3:29
Circa 1944
THE BOY NEXT DOOR
("Armed Forces Radio and Television Services Basic Music Library - 'P' Series: P-226)
2:24
01-05-1944
SPEAK LOW
("Mail Call #72")
3:01
05-17-1944
THE TROLLEY SONG
("Mail Call #91")
3:03
07-15-1944
LONG AGO (AND FAR AWAY)
("Command Performance #129")
3:30
08-19-1944
I MAY BE WRONG (BUT I THINK YOU'RE WONDERFUL)
("Command Performance #134")
2:16
09-29-1946
I'VE GOT THE SUN IN THE MORNING
("Command Performance #241")
2:05
01-30-1951
(I'M IN LOVE WITH) A WONDERFUL GUY
("The Bob Hope Show")
1:50
03-07-1951
MEAN TO ME
("The Bing Crosby Show")
2:55
02-15-1953
MY SHIP (HAS SAILS THAT ARE MADE OF SILK)
("The Lux Radio Theatre - Lady in the Dark")
1:58
07-20-1946
LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING
(A Tribute to Jerome Kern - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles)
3:23
07-20-1946
WHO?
(A Tribute to Jerome Kern - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles)
2:46
07-08-1955
THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY
(Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, California)
3:28
1929
THE LAND OF LET'S PRETEND
(Bubbles - First National/Vitaphone Pictures)
(1-reel Bichrome Technicolor short, Vitaphone #3898 + disc)
(Filmed November or December 1929 - released January 1930)
(with Virginia & Mary Jane Gumm)
1:14

BONUS TRACKS

08-06-1936
ON REVIVAL DAY *
(The Shell Chateau Hour)
3:07
11-07-1939
GOODY GOODBYE 
(The Bob Hope Pepsodent Show)
2:28
12-26-1939
DING, DONG, THE WITCH IS DEAD * 
(The Bob Hope Pepsodent Show)
1:35
December 1948
OVER THE RAINBOW *
(The Louella Parsons Show)
3:21
01-12-1951
THE STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER * 
(Hollywood Party)
1:57


DISC CREDITS

Produced by: John Stedman

Compiled and With New Sleeve Notes by: Lawrence Schulman

Discography by:
Lawrence Schulman

New Audio Restorations by: John H. Haley

Mastered by: Peter Rynston

Designed by: Andrew Aitken

Cover photo from the collection of: Lawrence Schulman

Audio Restoration and Remastering by: Peter Rynston of Tall Order Mastering and John H. Haley of Harmony Restorations LLC,
except tracks 1, 2, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 by John H. Haley alone.

Tracks 1, 2, and 22 are used with the kind permission of DOREMI/HALLOW
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