This 1970's LP was one of the most popular
of the Garland radio compilations of that time. The sound
quality on this album is very good.
As with many compilation LPs of the 70's, the photos on the
back (seen at right), are from Judy's 1967 Palace appearance
and have nothing to do with the actual radio performances
Judy's duet of "Pretty Baby" with Al Jolson is the only known
recording of these two singing together.
Back of the album
Cassette version, #CMR-1040A
All song performed by Judy Garland, unless otherwise noted.
I Sing A Melody? (Sweet Or Swing)
Thanks For The Memory
8, 1939. The Gulf Screen Guild Show.
CBS Radio. George Murphy is the host.
& Bing remember the "old days" of radio, with: "Punchy
& Judy" (Judy & Bing)
I Don't Care
Comedy Skit (Bing)
News Flash from Hollywood with "Judy Parsonhopper"
Ma, He's Makin' Eyes At Me (Duet with Bing)
5, 1949. The Bing Crosy Show.
CBS Radio. Recorded in
mid to late September.
The Rainbow (partial)
Johnny One Note
Pretty Baby (Duet with Jolson)
30, 1948. The Kraft Music Hall.
NBC Radio. With Al
Jolson and Oscar Levant
[Judy's first public performance of this legendary song]
Judy's appearance as guest host on Bing Crosby's General
Electric Program radio show.
(Judy filled in for Bing, who's wife was ill)
With Ken Carpenter (announcer), The John Scott Trotter
Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires, and Ziggy Elman
CBS Radio, October 30, 1952