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During the second coming of Garland's recording career, when she issued a series of celebrated hit albums on Capitol, she had the opportunity to record at Abbey Road on multiple occasions. Not only does this 2-CD set comprehensively collect those recordings for the first time, but it includes 12 previously unreleased alternate takes and a heretofore unknown recording of a song called Please Say "Ah!," a delightful tune that's peppered with Judy's utterly infectious laugh! That joins Lucky Day; You Go to My Head; Why Was I Born?; Come Rain or Come Shine; Stormy Weather; After You've Gone; Swanee; You'll Never Walk Alone; By Myself; Chicago; Hello Bluebird ; the immortal Somewhere over the Rainbow, and more treasures from the one we still call "the world's greatest entertainer."
During the second coming of Garland's recording career, when she issued a series of celebrated hit albums on Capitol, she had the opportunity to record at Abbey Road on multiple occasions. Not only does this 2-CD set comprehensively collect those recordings for the first time, but it includes 12 previously unreleased alternate takes and a heretofore unknown recording of a song called Please Say "Ah!," a delightful tune that's peppered with Judy's utterly infectious laugh! That joins Lucky Day; You Go to My Head; Why Was I Born?; Come Rain or Come Shine; Stormy Weather; After You've Gone; Swanee; You'll Never Walk Alone; By Myself; Chicago; Hello Bluebird ; the immortal Somewhere over the Rainbow, and more treasures from the one we still call "the world's greatest entertainer."
5060216340074

Details

Format: CD
Label: FIRST HAND
Catalog: 12
Rel. Date: 10/11/2011
UPC: 5060216340074

London Studio Recordings 1957-64
Artist: Judy Garland
Format: CD
New: In Stock $29.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. It's Lovely to Be Back in London
2. Lucky Day
3. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
4. Stormy Weather
5. Judy at the Palace: Shine on, Harvest Moon/Some of These Days/My Man/I
6. You Go to My Head
7. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby [With a Dixie Melody]
8. Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe
9. It's a Great Day for the Irish
10. I Happen to Like New York
11. You Made Me Love You/For Me and My Gal/The Trolley Song
12. Why Was I Born?
13. Do It Again
14. Come Rain or Come Shine
15. The Man That Got Away
16. Chicago
17. You'll Never Walk Alone
18. San Francisco
19. After You've Gone
20. Swanee
21. Over the Rainbow
22. Hello Bluebird [From I Could Go on Singing]
23. By Myself [From I Could Go on Singing]
24. It Never Was You [From I Could Go on Singing] [Alternate Take]
25. I Could Go on Singing [From I Could Go on Singing]
26. The Land of Promises [From the Musical "Maggie May"]
27. It's Yourself [From the Musical "Maggie May"]
28. Maggie, Maggie May [From the Musical "Maggie May"]
29. There's Only One Union [From the Musical "Maggie May"]
30. Lucky Day [Take 1] [Take]
31. Stormy Weather [Take 4] [Take]
32. Why Was I Born? [Take 6] [Take]
33. After You've Gone [Take 3] [Take]
34. It's a Great Day for the Irish [Take 2] [Take]
35. You'll Never Walk Alone [Take 1] [Take]
36. It's Yourself [Intro Chat]
37. It's Yourself [Take 6] [Take]
38. The Land of Promises [Take 4] [Take]
39. Maggie, Maggie May [Take 1] [Take]
40. Hello Bluebird [Take 9] [Take]
41. I Could Go on Singing [Take 1] [Interrupted Partial Take] [Take]
42. It Never Was You [Intro Talk to Guitarist]
43. Please Say 'Ah'!

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During the second coming of Garland's recording career, when she issued a series of celebrated hit albums on Capitol, she had the opportunity to record at Abbey Road on multiple occasions. Not only does this 2-CD set comprehensively collect those recordings for the first time, but it includes 12 previously unreleased alternate takes and a heretofore unknown recording of a song called Please Say "Ah!," a delightful tune that's peppered with Judy's utterly infectious laugh! That joins Lucky Day; You Go to My Head; Why Was I Born?; Come Rain or Come Shine; Stormy Weather; After You've Gone; Swanee; You'll Never Walk Alone; By Myself; Chicago; Hello Bluebird ; the immortal Somewhere over the Rainbow, and more treasures from the one we still call "the world's greatest entertainer."
        
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