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Early Radio Broadcast Performances
Title:
THE RARE EARLY BROADCAST PERFORMANCES, VOL. I
Category:

Radio

Label:
Starcast "Personality Series"
Catalog Number:
STCT 1001
Release Date:
1976
Type:
12" 33 1/3rpm
Discs:
1
Length:
Not given
Availability:
Out of print
Early Radio Broadcast Performances



ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This record is a perfect example of a low-priced budget release common in the 1970's and 80's. The covers of these bootlegs, as shown above, were usually tinted photographs making up most of the design. The printed cover would then be glued onto the front of the blank sleeve. The back of this particular album has the track listing and photos printed directly onto the sleeve.

The sound quality on this record is pretty bad, sounding as though it were taken from another worn out LP - probably the "Hollywood Is On The Air" LP (another budget release) judging by the almost identical track listing or perhaps the "Acessor Pro" album noted below.

This same album, with the exact same tracks as well as back cover art (this Starcast has a blank white back), and different front cover art, was released in the 1970's by "Accessor Pro" as "Judy Garland, The Rare Early Broadcast Performances" with the same record/catalog number.

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



TRACK LISTING

Song Title
From...
Side One
Broadway Rhythm
[October 26, 1935 NBC Radio "Shell Chateau Hour"]

Smiles

[April 6, 1937 CBS Radio "Jack Oakie's College"]
Over The Rainbow
[June 19, 1939 NBC Radio "Maxwell House Coffee Time - Behind The Scenes Of The Making Of The Wizard Of Oz"]
Nobody
[1940 - most likely performed on one of Judy's weekly appearances on the NBC Radio show "The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope"]
Side Two
America
[February 22, 1941 Personal appearance on the "Academy Awards" broadcast on all networks]
I May Be Wrong
[August 13, 1944 NBC Radio "Your All-Time Hit Parade"]
I Don't Care
[September 1949 CBS Radio "The Bing Crosby Show"]
Alexander's Ragtime Band
[October 30, 1952 CBS "The Bing Crosby Show/The General Electric Program"]
Pretty Baby (Duet with Al Jolson)
[September 30, 1948 NBC "Kraft Music Hall"
For Me And My Gal
   (Duet with Bing Crosby)
Who?
Embraceable You
[September 23, 1948 ABC Radio "Philco Radio Time"]



DISC CREDITS:

None listed.

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