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All The Things You Are
Title:
JUDY GARLAND ON RADIO
1935 - 1944
"ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE"
Category:

Radio

Label:
Vintage Jazz Classics, Ltd.
Catalog Number:
JZCL 5006
Release Date:
1996
Type:
CD
Discs:
2
Length:
2hrs, 26min, 50 sec
Availability:
Out of print
All The Things You are



ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This is a 1996 re-release of "Volume One" with the and additional CD added that features the June 29, 1939 radio program "Behind The Scenes At The Making Of The Wizard Of Oz", plus the M-G-M promotional "air trailer" as originally released on CD in 1991.

The sound quality on this CD is excellent.


Images and information on this page provided by Damian. Thanks Damian!



TRACK LISTING

Disc 1
Song Title
From...
Time
The Balboa
Promotional soundtrack recording for the film Pigskin Parade - August 1936
2:13

Feelin' Like A Million

With Roger Edens at the piano. 1937 rehearsal recording.
2:51
They Can't Take That Away From Me
May 11, 1937 - CBS Radio "Jackie Oakie College Program"
6:52
Thanks For The Memory (Parody)
January 8, 1939 - CBS Radio "Hollywood Screen Guild Show"
3:19
Could You Pass In Love?
September 8, 1938 - NBC Radio "Good News of 1939", with Robert Young, Frank Morgan & Meredith Willson
5:02
Sweet Sixteen
April 6, 1939 - CBS Radio "Tune-Up Time", with Kay Thompson's Rhythm Singers
4:30
FDR Jones/Program Close April 6, 1939 - CBS Radio "Tune-Up Time" 3:39
Comes Love/Program Close
December 16, 1939 - CBS Radio "Arrowhead Springs Hotel Opening Broadcast"
5:13
All The Things You Are
February 13, 1940 - NBC Radio "The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope"
5:13
Introduction/Don't Get Around Much Anymore
May 1943 - AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service) Album #76. With Johnny Mercer, Ivan Ditmars at the piano, Ken Carpenter announcer
4:05
But Not For Me
May 1943 - AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service) Album #76.
3:00
I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City Blues)
May 1943 - AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service) Album #76. With Johnny Mercer
2:56
Takin' A Chance On Love/Program Close
May 1943 - AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service) Album #76.
5:04
Over The Rainbow August 13, 1944 - NBC radio "Your All-Time Hit Parade", released to the troops overseas as "The Judy Garland V-Disc" 2:49
I May Be Wrong August 13, 1944 - NBC radio "Your All-Time Hit Parade", released to the troops overseas as "The Judy Garland V-Disc" 2:09
Program Introduction December 17, 1944 - "The Philco Radio Hall Of Fame" 1:30
The Trolley Song December 17, 1944 - "The Philco Radio Hall Of Fame" 3:22
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas December 17, 1944 - "The Philco Radio Hall Of Fame" 2:55
Judy's Spoken Tribute to Jerome Kern
December 9, 1945 - CBS Radio "Jerome Kern Memorial"
1:19
I Won't Dance
December 9, 1945 - CBS Radio "Jerome Kern Memorial" - Chorus only
1:18
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
December 9, 1945 - CBS Radio "Jerome Kern Memorial"
1:41
Why Do I Love You?
December 9, 1945 - CBS Radio "Jerome Kern Memorial" - Les Paul Trio only
1:54
Look For The Silver Lining
December 9, 1945 - CBS Radio "Jerome Kern Memorial"
2:39
Disc 2
Judy Garland tracks in blue.
Title
Performed by...
Time
Opening Announcements and Themes
Warren Hull, announcer
1:52

Orchestral Intro/We're Off To See The Wizard

NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson - Intro by Meredith Willson
0:45
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson
0:20
Over The Rainbow
NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson
1:39
If I Only Had A Brain
NBC Orchestra only
0:35
In The Merry Old Land Of Oz
NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson
0:41
We're Off To See The Wizard
NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson
0:18
Over The Rainbow (Reprise)
NBC Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Meredith Willson
0:43
Patter [Robert Young and Meredith Willson discuss the music and book] Robert Young & Meredith Willson 0:37
Baby Snooks Segment Fanny Brice & Hanley Stafford 6:50
Maxwell House Commercial [The Maxwell House Company] 2:07
Judy Garland learns from Mervyn LeRoy (impersonated) that she is to play Dorothy Judy Garland & unidentified player 2:24
MGM head of Casting "Fred Datig" (impersonated) and Robert Young inform Frank Morgan that he has won the part of the Wizard Frank Morgan, Robert Young & unidentified player 1:19
Bert Lahr "rehearses": dialogue, lion-style bravado and "gnong! gnong! gnongs!" Bert Lahr & unidentified player 0:53
Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg demonstrate "Over The Rainbow" for Judy Garland Judy Garland, Harold Arlen, & E.Y. Harburg 2:52
Ace Director of Dancers, "Bobby Connolly" rehearses The Munchkins Unidentified player and the NBC Chorus 0:44
The Sneak Preview: "Mervyn LeRoy" Unidentified players 2:12
Maxwell House Commercial [The Maxwell House Company] 1:14
If I Only Had A Brain
If I Only Had A Heart
If I Only Had The Nerve
Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Robert Young (substituting for Jack Haley), and Judy Garland 3:01
Fred Stone & Ray Bolger discuss the art of eccentric dancing Robert Young (introduction), Fred Stone and Ray Bolger 2:04
Frank Morgan fibs about his involvement in the 1903 original Broadway version Frank Morgan, Fred Stone and Robert Young 3:15
Frank Morgan goes on to fib about how he invented the movie camera in 1904 Frank Morgan, Meredith Willson 4:19
Maxwell House Commercial [The Maxwell House Company] 2:19
"Dorothy In Munchkinland":
Come Out, Come Out Wherever You Are
The House Began To Twitch...
Ding! Dong! The Witch Is Dead

NBC Chorus (subbing for The Munchkins)
Judy Garland
NBC Chorus (subbing for The Munchkins)

0:24
0:41
1:04
If I Were King Of The Forest Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Judy Garland & The NBC Chorus 4:19
Finale Medley:
The Merry Old Land Of Oz
Over The Rainbow
If I Only Had A Brain
If I Only Had The Nerve
We're Off To See The Wizard
Over The Rainbow
Closing Announcements
     & End of Season Theme (Auld Lang Syne)


Frank Morgan
Judy Garland
Ray Bolger
Bert Lahr
NBC Chorus
NBC Chorus
Robert Young, Fanny Brice & The NBC Chorus


0:51
0:55
0:24
0:18
0:29
0:42
1:58
The Complete LEO IS ON THE AIR
Broadcast Transcription Made by MGM to promote The Wizard Of Oz
(Summer 1939)
Leo the Lion's Roar, Opening Announcements Unidentified player 1:49
Over The Rainbow (alternate take) Judy Garland 1:57
The Merry Old Land Of Oz Frank Morgan, Judy Garland, Bert Lahr & The MGM Studio Chorus 1:52
Follow The Yellow Brick Road/We're Off To See The Wizard Judy Garland & The MGM Studio Chorus (with an assist from the "High Speed Munchkin Chorus") 1:27
If I Only Had A Brain Ray Bolger & Judy Garland 1:31
If I Only Had A Heart Jack Haley & Andrea Caselotti 1:19
If I Only Had The Nerve/We're Off To See The Wizard Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Buddy Ebsen [original "Tin Man"] 0:59
Closing Announcement
Unidentified player
1:03



DISC CREDITS:

For CD 1:
Produced by:
David Weiner & Mickey Moranski

Source Material: Roger Sturtevant, Larry Kiner, David Weiner & Roy Evans

Audio Production & Cedar Processing: Doug Pomeroy

Typography: Jenny Marco

Design: Collin Kellogg

Liner Notes by: David J. Weiner

Special thanks to John Fricke, author of the highly recommended Judy Garland - The World's Greatest Entertainer (Henry Holt, 1992) & Taylor Maddux

For B.D. & J.J.

For CD 2:
A Howard "Munchkin" Melton Production

Maxwell House Good News Staff Writers: Sam Moore & Phil Rappe

Audio Restoration: Doug Pomeroy

Royal Historian & Kibbitzer: John Fricke

Source Material Consultant: Joe Lauro

Additional Material: George Holly

Additional Engineering: Wally Herman

Photo courtesy the collection of Ed Jablonski

Type: Jenny Marco

Art Direction: Collin Kellogg

Liner Notes: John Fricke

Released by special arrangement with the estate and archive of Harold Arlen. Originally transcribed on 12" acetates for Mr. Arlen and stored by him until his death in 1986.

Dedicated to Christopher J. O'Brien, 1961-1991

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