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The Judy Garland Musical Scrapbook
Title:
THE JUDY GARLAND MUSICAL SCRAPBOOK
Category:

Radio

Label:
Star-Tone Records
Catalog Number:
ST-208
Release Date:
1970's
Type:
12" 33 1/3rpm
Discs:
1
Length:
38:11
Availability:
Out of print
Musical Scrapbook



ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

Another nice collection of various radio performances from 1935 to 1949. The track listing on the back gives Judy's age for her 1935 performance of "Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart" as 12 years old, when in fact she was already 13, however MGM was promoting her as 12 at the time.

The song "Old Balboa" listed below is not a new song, it's actually "The Balboa", one of Judy's numbers from her first feature film
Pigskin Parade from 1936.

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



TRACK LISTING

Song Title
From...
Time
Side One
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart
(12 Years Old - Introduced by Wallace Beery)
[November 16, 1935 NBC Radio "Shell Chateau Hour"]
4:35

RADIO MEDLEY: "The Texas Tornado" - "It's Love I'm After" - "Old Balboa"

[Undetermined 1936 radio broadcast, although Judy may not have actually appeared as these recordings sound like the pre-recordings used in the film rather than live, on-the-air recordings]
5:16
I Never Knew
[June 21, 1942 NBC Radio "The Chase and Sanborn Hour (Charlie McCarthy Show)"]
2:25
That Old Black Magic
[July 4, 1943 CBS Radio "The Pause That Refreshes On The Air" (sponsored by Coca-Cola)]
3:00
This Is The Army Mr. Jones
[July 4, 1943 CBS Radio "The Pause That Refreshes On The Air" (sponsored by Coca-Cola)]
1:05
Gotta Get Out And Vote
[November 6, 1944 CBS/NBC "Democratic National Committee"]
1:20
There Is A Tavern In The Town (Autolite singing commercial with Dick Haymes)
[July 11, 1944 NBC Radio "Everything for the Boys"]
0:30
Somebody Loves Me
[Undetermined 1944 radio broadcast]
1:05
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
[July 20, 1946 Concert at the Hollywood Bowl in honor of Jerome Kern]
1:40
Side Two
Love
[Undetermined if this is from the August 10, 1945 CBS "The Jerry Wayne Show" or the January 20, 1945 NBC/CBS "March of Dimes" radio broadcasts]
3:22
Liza (Special Lyric)
[November 12, 1946 ABC Radio "Philco Radio Time/The Bing Crosby Show"]
3:20
Wait Til The Sun Shines Nellie
(Duet with Bing Crosby)
[November 12, 1946 ABC Radio "Philco Radio Time/The Bing Crosby Show"]
1:53
I've Got You Under My Skin
[February 4, 1947 ABC Radio "Philco Radio Time/The Bing Crosby Show"]
3:14
Tearbucket Jim
(Judy, Bing, William Frawley, Leo McCarey)
[February 4, 1947 ABC Radio "Philco Radio Time/The Bing Crosby Show"]
2:30
Ma, He's Making Eyes At Me
(Duet with Bing Crosby)
[September 1949 CBS Radio "The Bing Crosby Show"]
1:10
Why Was I Born?
[July 20, 1946 Concert at the Hollywood Bowl in honor of Jerome Kern]
1:46



DISC CREDITS:

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