Judy Garland - Legendary Singers
Time Life Music Series
Capitol Records
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33 1/3 rpm
Out of print
Legendary Singers

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Time Life Music released this deluxe 2-record set as part of it's series featuring "Legendary Singers". Released in 1986, this set is one of the last of its kind to be released on LP. It includes a beautifully produced booklet (see images at left and right) with notes written by David Johnson. The back of the box gives details on each recording, including the original record number and "Mx" number.

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


Song Title
Recording Date
Record One - Side One - #SLBR 9158-1
Over The Rainbow 05-25-1955

Miss Show Business

Last Night When We Were Young 03-31-1956 Judy 3:24
I Hadn't Anyone Till You 05-26-1958 Judy In Love 3:33
Puttin' On The Ritz 06-09-1960 That's Entertainment! 1:55
Memories Of You 03-26-1956 Judy 3:35
Record One - Side Two - #SLBR 9158-2
I Feel A Song Comin' On 03-19-1956 Judy 2:08
Come Rain or Come Shine 03-31-1956 That's Entertainment! 3:20
It Never Was You 06-08-1960 That's Entertainment! 3:39
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart 08-06-1958 Garland At The Grove 3:13
More Than You Know 05-26-1958 Judy In Love 3:18
Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries 03-31-1956 Judy 1:57
Record Two - Side Three - #SLBR-9158-3
When You're Smiling 04-23-1961 Judy At Carnegie Hall 3:15
Just A Memory 03-06-1957 Alone 2:26
How Long Has This Been Going On? 06-08-1960 That's Entertainment! 2:48
Blue Prelude 02-22-1957 Alone 2:43
Little Girl Blue 02-06-1957 Alone 3:37
Record Two - Side Four - #SLBR-9158-4
Down With Love 06-09-1960 That's Entertainment! 2:07
Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe 09-01-1955 Miss Show Business 4:24
I Can't Give You Anything But Love 05-26-1958 Judy In Love 4:40
You'll Never Walk Alone 08-03-1960 The London Sessions 4:03
I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues 03-06-1957 Alone 2:50
The Man That Got Away 04-23-1961 Judy At Carnegie Hall 4:33


Time Life Music©

President: Paul R. Stewart

Executive Producer: Douglas B. Graham

Executive Committee: Marla Hoskins, Jerry Rendich, Richard G. Scheiner

Recording Producer: Michael Brooks

Art Director: Don Sheldon

Special Contributors: Harvey B. Loomis (editor), Charles McCardell (text), Brian Miller (copy Coordinator), Betty H. Weatherley (pictures), Graphemics (art studio)

Judy Garland was produced by Capitol Records, Inc., for the Time-Life Music series Legendary Singers. Remastered at Turntable Studios, Inc., Fort Lee, N.J. Discs half-speed mastered by Trutone Records, Haworth, N.J. Pressings by ElectroSound, Shelbyville, Ind.

Recording Transfer Engineer: Jay Ranellucci

The Author: David Johnson, formerly a contributor to High Fidelity Magazine, an editor at Time-Life Music and a records editor for CBS, is a writer of wide-ranging musical interests. He is currently at work on a book about the operas of Rossini. He wrote the notes for the Ella Fitzgerald volume of Legendary Singers.

The editors wish to thank William L. Shurk of the Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, for providing valuable reference material.

TIME-LIFE MUSIC is a division of Time-Life Books, Inc. © 1986 Time-Life Books, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. TIME-LIFE is a trademark of Time Incorporated U.S.A.

Picture credits: Album cover: Lou Valentino. Folder cover: Brown Brothers. Center panel (clockwise from top): John Engstead, courtesy Bill Chapman; Brown Brothers (3). Back panel: Michael Ochs Archives.

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