is Judy's first live concert album. Recorded August 5, 1958
at the Coconut Grove in the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles,
CA - with Freddy Martin and his Orchestra. By
fatigue. If Capitol had recorded the opening night's performance
on July 23, 1958 it would have made for a better representation
of Judy's performance at the Grove, which garnered rave reviews.
For the record, two of the three tracks not included on the LP ("Day In,
Day Out" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love") were first
included in Capitol's 1991 boxed set "The
One And Only". The 2002 compilation "Classic
Judy Garland - The Capitol Years: 1955 - 1965" presented a five song
representation of the concert, including the above mentioned two outtakes, and adding the previously unreleased "Do It
Again". Also, the "Garland Overture" was edited on the LP but released in its entirety on the 1991 boxed set "The
One And Only".
on this page from the collections of Scott Brogan & Eric Hemphill.
Album cover restoration provided by "Alex in Belgium" -
thank you Alex!
songs performed by Judy Garland.
Orchestra conducted by Freddie Martin
Special material by Roger Edens
You're Smiling (edit)
Went The Strings Of My Heart
You Made Me Love You
For Me And My Gal
The Trolley Song