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Judy Garland On Radio 1936-1944, Vol. 1: All the Things You Are Live

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2 Disc Set


Disc: 1
1. The Balboa
2. Feelin' Like A Million
3. They Can't Take That Away From Me
4. Thanks For The Memory (Parody)
5. Could You Pass In Love?
6. Sweet Sixteen
7. FDR Jones
8. Comes Love
9. All The Things You Are
10. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
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Disc: 2
1. Intro: 'Good News' 1939 - Host: Robert Young
2. Overture: Wizard Of Oz Songs- First Time Heard Publicly 1939
3. Overture: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
4. Overture: Somewhere Over The Rainbow
5. Overture: If I Only Had A Brain
6. Overture: Merry Old Land Of Oz
7. Overture: We're Off To See The Wizard
8. Overture: Somewhere Over The Rainbow-Concl.
9. Robert Young & Meredith Wilson
10. Fanny Brice As Baby Snooks
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 16, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Jazz Classics
  • ASIN: B000001LYW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #688,584 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you are a Judy Garland fan, Judy Garland On Radio 1936-44 will absolutely blow you away: two CDs, almost two and a half hours of material, all of it taken from radio performances going all the way back to Judy's earliest days in Hollywood. The very fact that these old recordings still exist seems miraculous to me, so the ability to be able to listen to them here and now is virtually indescribable. The first CD is made up of songs from a number of different radio programs, while the second CD holds an unbelievable treasure trove of material related to The Wizard of Oz. The sound quality is amazingly good on every single track, making this an item every Judy fan really must own.
The first track on Disc One takes us all the way back to August 1936, as a 14-year-old Judy Garland takes part in singing The Balboa from the film Pigskin Parade. After this track ends, get ready for pure magic. Tracks two and three are rehearsal recordings from a 1937 "Jack Oakie" College program featuring Roger Edens, Judy's voice coach, on piano. Feelin' Like a Million is great, but They Can't Take That Away From Me is just fantastic; Judy's 15-year-old voice is unbelievable, and the track also features a poignant bit of dialogue between Judy and orchestra conductor Georgie Stoll. Thanks For the Memory, given an operatic parody treatment by Judy, comes from a Gulf Hollywood Screen Guild Show from January 1939. The popular Maxwell House Good News of 1939 gives us Could You Pass in Love?, a song in which Judy takes on the role of a teacher quizzing her students (Robert Young, Meredith Wilson, and Oz's own Frank Morgan) about love. Sweet Sixteen and FDR Jones are among the more familiar tracks found here; these particular recordings come from an April 1939 broadcast of A Tune-Up Time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. M. on February 27, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is acutally a double CD. You get Judy singing great songs from radio appearances PLUS Good News of 1939, a radio program all about the Wizard of Oz. It features many stars from the film including Judy and even has Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks! The songs on the first CD are great and some can't be found on any other CD. Some of my favorites are Comes Love & Don't Get Around Much Anymore (with Johnny Mercer). I highly recommend this CD!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cheryl dianne smith on February 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
EXCELLENT! CAPTURES THE GREAT JUDY GARLANDS TALENT ON RADIO LIVE AND HER WONDERFUL PERSONALITY! A GREAT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTOR OF JUDY GARLAND! A MUST HAVE! THESE PERFORMANCES ARE THE ULTIMATE! JUDY THE TRUE GIFTED PERFORMER! HIGHLY RECCOMENDED!***** 5 STARS!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Beasley on April 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
One thing i can say about Kyser (among thousands. I've written several published articles on him), he always tried to give the servicemen (and women) what he thought they wanted. This CD is a good example. Here, he plays very few of his own hits, which were many-11 number ones and 35 top tens. In their place, he plays many of the popular tunes of the day. And where's Ish Kabibble? That's one of the drawbacks to Kyser's 'camp' shows- They're very same-y, and the humor, in an attempt to boost morale, is very juvenile and self-deprecating. These songs are excellently played, as by this time Kay had lost some of his band to the draft and found some fine replacements, and show an updated Kyser sound- not a lot of the same old foxtrots. So I DO like it, but just wish he'd done more of his own material.
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