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Judy At Carnegie Hall
Title:
JUDY AT CARNEGIE HALL
Category:
Live
Label:
Capitol
Catalog Number:
Capitol WBO/SWBO-1569
Release Date:
1961
Type:
12" 33 1/3 rpm LP
Discs:
2
Length:
83:37
Availability:
Out of print

Judy
Judy At Carengie Hall



ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This is the special edition "black box" version of the album. The box had embossed "gold" lettering on the front, which as you can see above doesn't lend itself to perfect scanning. Capitol Records released this limited edition complete with a lovely photography of Judy and a letter from Captiol Records (see images below).

All images on this page from the collections of Scott Brogan & Eric Hemphill.

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Garland Photo
  Letter from Capitol


Original LP  7" EP  45 ep

Jukebox Version 45 Set  Australian Version  UK 1966 Release

Abridged CD  1989 CD  Gold Edition  40th Anniversary Edition

The Carnegie Hall Concert  Judy at Carnegie Hall


TRACK LISTING

All songs performed by Judy Garland (except the Overture)

Orchestra conducted by Mort Lindsey

Song Title
Master Number Time
Side One

Overture:
The Trolley Song
Over The Rainbow
The Man That Got Away

23724 4:25
When You're Smiling 23725 3:05
Medley:
It's Almost Like Being In Love
This Can't Be Love
23726 3:05
Do It Again 23727 4:40
You Go To My Head 23728 2:30
Alone Together 23729 3:10
Side Two
Who Cares? 23730 1:20
Puttin' On The Ritz 23731 1:55
How Long Has This Been Going On? 23732 4:00
Just You, Just Me 23733 1:15
The Man That Got Away 23734 4:35
San Francisco 23735 3:35
I Can't Give You Anything But Love 23736 6:10
That's Entertainment 23737 2:15
Side Three
Come Rain Or Come Shine 23738 3:35
You're Nearer 23739 2:15
A Foggy Day 23740 2:40
If Love Were All 23741 2:10
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart 23742 3:15
Stormy Weather 23743 5:52
Side Four
Garland Medley:
You Made Me Love You
For Me And My Gal
The Trolley Song
23744 3:35
Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody 23745 3:00
Over The Rainbow 23746 4:00
Swanee 23747 2:00
After You've Gone 23748 2:50
Chicago 23749 2:25



DISC CREDITS:

Presented by: Freddie Fields and David Begelman, Carnegie Hall, New York, April 23, 1961

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