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Judy Garland On Radio
Title:
JUDY GARLAND ON RADIO
Category:

Radio

Label:
Radiola
Catalog Number:
MR-1040
Release No. 40
Musice Series No. 7
Release Date:
1974
Type:
12" 33 1/3rpm
Discs:
1
Length:
Not given
Availability:
Out of print
On Radio
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ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

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 presented.

Judy's duet of "Pretty Baby" with Al Jolson is the only known recording of these two singing together.

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

Back of LP
Back of the album
Cassette
Cassette version, #CMR-1040A


TRACK LISTING

All song performed by Judy Garland, unless otherwise noted.

Song Title
From
Side One
Shall I Sing A Melody? (Sweet Or Swing)
Thanks For The Memory
January 8, 1939. The Gulf Screen Guild Show. CBS Radio. George Murphy is the host.

Judy & 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)

October 5, 1949. The Bing Crosy Show.
CBS Radio. Recorded in mid to late September.
Over The Rainbow (partial)
Johnny One Note
Pretty Baby (Duet with Jolson)
September 30, 1948. The Kraft Music Hall.
NBC Radio. With Al Jolson and Oscar Levant
Over The Rainbow
[Judy's first public performance of this legendary song]
June 29, 1939. Maxwell House Coffee Time.
NBC Radio. Click here for complete show on CD.
Side Two
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 Orchestra,
Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires, and Ziggy Elman
CBS Radio, October 30, 1952
Alexander's Ragtime Band
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Quanta Le Gusto (Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires)
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Wish You Were Here
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I Got Rhythm (John Scott Trotter Orchestra)
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Stars Began To Fall (Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires)
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A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow
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And The Angels Sing (Ziggy Elman)
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Carolina In the Morning
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Indiana Innuendo (John Scott Trotter Orchestra)
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You Belong To Me (with Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires)
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DISC CREDITS:

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