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What's New? On Capitol Recors
Title:
WHAT'S NEW? ON CAPITOL STEREO
VOL. 1
Category:
Vocal
Label:
Capitol Records
Catalog Number:
SN-1
Release Date:
1959
Type:
LP 12" 33 1/3 rpm
Discs:
1
Length:
Not listed
Availability:
Out Of Print
What's New? on Capitol



ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This rare "coming attractions" LP is typical of the samplers that were released by the various record companies to generate interest in current and upcoming releases.

Of special note on this LP is the inclusion of the rare singles version of Judy's "That's All There Is, There Isn't Anymore" from the 1959 album "The Letter". This singles version had been unavailable for years, until the 2007 re-release of The Letter on CD.

Also of note is The Four Freshmen's version of Judy's standard "The Man That Got Away", this time re-titled "The GAL That Got Away".

All images on this page from the c
ollection of Scott Brogan.

Record Detail
Detail from the back of the LP about Judy's track.
Notice how the "stereo" effect is explained!



TRACK LISTING

Judy Garland track in blue

Song Title
Artist
Album
Side One
My Heart's Treasure
Nat "King" Cole
To Whom It May Concern
September In The Rain
The George Shearing Quintet
Shearing On Stage!
The Gal That Got Away
The Four Freshmen
Love Lost
I Dig Chicks
Jonah Jones
I Dig Chicks
Voodoo Dreams
Les Baxter
Jungle Jazz
Cha-Cha Cacciatore
Guy Lombardo
Lombardo Goes Latin!
Side Two
That's All There Is, There Isn't Anymore
Judy Garland
The Letter
The River Kwai March
Jack Marshall
Soundsville!
Tenderly
Paul Weston
Music For The Fireside

One Minute To One

Mavis Rivers
Take A Number
Coffee House Rag
Ray Bauduc and Nappy Lamare
Two-Beat Generation
Conquest (from "Captain from Castille")
Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman
Marche!



DISC CREDITS:

None listed.

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