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Lost Tracks: 1929-1959 [Box]


  • 0. DISC 1: THE DECCA TESTS & EARLY RADIO: 1935-1939:
    1. Bill - (previously unreleased)
    2. On the Good Ship Lollipop/The Object of My Affection/Dinah - (previously unreleased)
    3. Broadway Rhythm
    4. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
    5. Smiles
    6. They Can't Take That Away from Me
    7. College Swing
    8. Cryin' for the Carolines
    9. God's Country
    10. How Deep Is the Ocean?
    11. Franz Schubert's Serenade
    12. My Old Kentucky Home
    13. Are You Having Any Fun? - (featuring Bob Hope)
    14. Dardenella - (featuring Bob Hope)
    15. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! - (featuring Bob Hope)
    16. Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me) - (featuring Bob Hope)
    17. Sweet or Swing?
    18. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones - (featuring Bob Hope)
    19. Sweet Sixteen
    20. Comes Love
    21. Silent Night - (featuring Bob Hope)
    0. DISC 2: YOUNG JUDY ON THE RADIO: 1940-1944:
    1. Alice Blue Gown - (featuring Bob Hope)
    2. Too Romantic - (featuring Bob Hope)
    3. It's a Hap, Hap, Happy Day - (featuring Bob Hope)
    4. All the Things You Are - (featuring Bob Hope)
    5. My Wonderful One, Let's Dance - (featuring Bob Hope)
    6. I Ain't Got Nobody
    7. Drummer Boy
    8. Auld Lang Syne
    9. I Hear a Rhapsody
    10. (America) My Country 'Tis of Thee
    11. Chin Up, Cheerio, Carry On
    12. Strike Up the Band
    13. How About You?
    14. Peanut Vendor, The
    15. Abe Lincoln Had Just One Country
    16. Minnie from Trinidad
    17. Over the Rainbow
    18. It's a Great Day for the Irish
    19. On the Sunny Side of the Street
    20. I'll Remember April
    21. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
    22. How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?
    23. I Never Knew
    24. This Is the Army, Mr. Jones
    25. People Will Say We're in Love
    26. Boy Next Door, The
    27. Speak Low
    28. Embraceable You
    29. Can Do, Will Do (The Song of the Seabees)
    0. DISC 3: THE RADIO YEARS: 1944-1953:
    1. Trolley Song, The
    2. Dixieland Band
    3. Something to Remember You By
    4. Long Ago (And Far Away)
    5. I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)
    6. Love
    7. We're Off to See Herr Hitler/I've Got Sixpence/When We Go Rolling Home/Bless Them All
    8. Gotta Be This or That
    9. My Romance
    10. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
    11. I've Got the Sun in the Morning
    12. Liza
    13. Connecticut
    14. I've Got You Under My Skin
    15. Blue Skies/How Deep Is the Ocean?
    16. It Only Happens When I Dance with You
    17. Pretty Baby
    18. (I'm in Love With) A Wonderful Guy
    19. Get Happy
    20. Mean to Me
    21. I Want to Go Back to Michigan (Down on the Farm)
    22. Easter Parade
    23. You Made Me Love You/For Me and My Gal/The Boy Next Door/The Trolley Song
    24. Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A
    25. Alexander's Ragtime Band
    26. This Is New
    27. My Ship (Has Sails That Are Made of Silk)
    0. DISC 4: ON STAGE & THE GUMM SISTERS: 1929-1959:
    1. Over the Rainbow
    2. It's a Great Day for the Irish
    3. Trolley Song, The
    4. Look for the Silver Lining
    5. Look for the Silver Lining
    6. Who?
    7. Right Romance, The
    8. All Through the Day
    9. At Long Last Here I Am
    10. Just One of Those Things
    11. Love Is Sweeping the Country
    12. Man That Got Away, The
    13. Carolina in the Morning
    14. Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A
    15. After You've Gone
    16. Over the Rainbow
    17. Liza
    18. Swanee
    19. Me and My Shadow
    20. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
    21. That's the Good Old Sunny South
    22. Where the Butterflies Kiss the Buttercups Goodnight
    23. Land of Let's Pretend, The
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 965

  • Credits
    ProducerJohn Stedman
    Engineer

    Personnel: Judy Garland (vocals).
    Audio Remasterer: Peter Rynston.
    Recording information: Arrowhead Springs Hotel (01/01/1941); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (01/01/1941); Democratic Committee Dinner (01/01/1941); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (01/01/1941); Gulf Screen Guild (01/01/1941); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (01/01/1941); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (01/01/1941); Jack Oakie's College (01/01/1941); Jerome Kern Memorial (01/01/1941); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (01/01/1941); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (01/01/1941); The Danny Kaye Show (01/01/1941); The Dominion, London (01/01/1941); The Lux Radio Theatre (01/01/1941); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (01/05/1944); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (01/05/1944); Democratic Committee Dinner (01/05/1944); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (01/05/1944); Gulf Screen Guild (01/05/1944); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (01/05/1944); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (01/05/1944); Jack Oakie's College (01/05/1944); Jerome Kern Memorial (01/05/1944); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (01/05/1944); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (01/05/1944); The Danny Kaye Show (01/05/1944); The Dominion, London (01/05/1944); The Lux Radio Theatre (01/05/1944); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (01/08/1939); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (01/08/1939); Democratic Committee Dinner (01/08/1939); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (01/08/1939); Gulf Screen Guild (01/08/1939); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (01/08/1939); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (01/08/1939); Jack Oakie's College (01/08/1939); Jerome Kern Memorial (01/08/1939); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (01/08/1939); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (01/08/1939); The Danny Kaye Show (01/08/1939); The Dominion, London (01/08/1939); The Lux Radio Theatre (01/08/1939); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (01/23/1940); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (01/23/1940); Democratic Committee Dinner (01/23/1940); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (01/23/1940); Gulf Screen Guild (01/23/1940); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (01/23/1940); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (01/23/1940); Jack Oakie's College (01/23/1940); Jerome Kern Memorial (01/23/1940); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (01/23/1940); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (01/23/1940); The Danny Kaye Show (01/23/1940); The Dominion, London (01/23/1940); The Lux Radio Theatre (01/23/1940); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (01/30/1951); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (01/30/1951); Democratic Committee Dinner (01/30/1951); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (01/30/1951); Gulf Screen Guild (01/30/1951); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (01/30/1951); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (01/30/1951); Jack Oakie's College (01/30/1951); Jerome Kern Memorial (01/30/1951); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (01/30/1951); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (01/30/1951); The Danny Kaye Show (01/30/1951); The Dominion, London (01/30/1951); The Lux Radio Theatre (01/30/1951); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (02/04/1947); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (02/04/1947); Democratic Committee Dinner (02/04/1947); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (02/04/1947); Gulf Screen Guild (02/04/1947); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (02/04/1947); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (02/04/1947); Jack Oakie's College (02/04/1947); Jerome Kern Memorial (02/04/1947); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (02/04/1947); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (02/04/1947); The Danny Kaye Show (02/04/1947); The Dominion, London (02/04/1947); The Lux Radio Theatre (02/04/1947); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (02/11/1951); Carousel Of American Music, San Francisco (02/11/1951); Democratic Committee Dinner (02/11/1951); Friar's Roast For Dean Martin, Los Angeles (02/11/1951); Gulf Screen Guild (02/11/1951); Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles (02/11/1951); Hollywood Screen Guild Theater (02/11/1951); Jack Oakie's College (02/11/1951); Jerome Kern Memorial (02/11/1951); Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (02/11/1951); Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (02/11/1951); The Danny Kaye Show (02/11/1951); The Dominion, London (02/11/1951); The Lux Radio Theatre (02/11/1951); Arrowhead Springs Hotel (02/13/1940).

  • Critic Reviews
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.77) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "A must-have for all Garland fans and a slice of budding and flowering genius for everyone else."
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