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The Show That Got Away
Title:
THE SHOW THAT GOT AWAY
Category:

TV Soundtrack

Label:
Hip-O
Catalog Number:
088 112 855-2
Release Date:
2002
Type:
CD
Discs:
1
Length:
1:13:47
Availability:
Out of print
The Show That Got Away



Judy and BarbraABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This 2002 Hip-O release is by far the best compilation of performances from Judy's series ever released. The sound quality is excellent, the tracks having been taken from the original master tapes of the show.

Many of the songs make their CD debut here. Several more make their "official" debut here, having been previously released on poor sounding bootleg records. At over an hour in length, this CD is definitely worth the price not just in quality but in quantity as well.

Garland historian Scott Schechter has done an excellent job of compiling and annotating a perfect mix of solos and duets for this release, as well as writing excellent liner notes.

This is definitely THE CD to buy if you're looking for "the best of the best" from Judy's series.

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



TRACK LISTING
* CD debut
** Legitimate CD Debut
Never Sung or Recorded Professionally Outside of the TV Series

Song Title
From the show... Time
From Television City In Hollywood, Here's Judy! (Intro)/Keep Your Sunny side Up (Outtake) *† Episode #1 taped June 24, 1963, never aired 3:15

They Can't Take That Away From Me **

Prerecorded December 19, 1963 for use during videotaping of Show #17 the next day, aired January 9, 1964 2:42
Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) * Episode #3 taped July 16, 1963, aired November 17, 1963 (includes excerpt from "My Heart Stood Still") 2:52
Judy & Liza - Dialogue *
into:
Episode #3 taped July 16, 1963, aired November 17, 1963 0:33
Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight) **
Duet with Liza Minnelli
Episode #3 taped July 16, 1963, aired November 17, 1963 0:58
Moon River *† Episode #12, taped November 1, 1963, aired November 3, 1963 3:38
Yes, Indeed *
Duet with Tony Bennett and Dick Shawn
Episode #5, taped July 30, 1963, aired December 15, 1963 3:49
The Nearness Of You * Episode #26 taped March 14, 1964, aired March 29, 1964 2:57
Day-In, Day-Out **
Duet with Lena Horne
Episode #4 taped July 23, 1963, aired
October 13, 1963
3:50
Love * Episode #25 taped March 6, 1964, aired
March 22, 1964
3:14
The Boy Next Door *
Judy with backup vocals by Martha Raye and Peter Lawford
Episode #18 taped January 14, 1964,
aired January 26, 1964
1:24
You're So Right For Me *
Duet with Mickey Rooney
Episode #1 taped June 24, 1963, aired December 8, 1963 1:01
Something Cool (Three Intros) (Outtakes) * Episode #26 taped March 14, 1964, never aired 1:42
Something Cool * Episode #26 taped March 14, 1964, never aired 1:40
Judy & Peggy - Dialogue * Episode #13 taped November 8, 1963, aired December 1, 1963 1:14
I Love Being With You *
Duet with Peggy Lee
Episode #13 taped November 8, 1963, aired December 1, 1963 2:09
Old Man River Episode #1 taped June 24, 1963, aired December 8, 1963 3:17
Half-Time Tags - Sponsor Announcements for First and Second Half * . 0:39
From This Moment On Prerecorded on October 31, 1963 for use during the taped of Show #12 the next day, aired November 3, 1963 2:14
Judy You, Just Me * Episode #22 taped February 14, 1964, aired February 23, 1964 1:15
I Got Rhythm *
Intro to:
Episode #16 taped December 13, 1963 aired January 12, 1964 0:18
There's No Business Like Show Business *
Duet with Ethel Merman and Barbra Streisand
Episode #9 taped October 4, 1963, aired October 6, 1963 1:57
Shenandoah Episode #16 taped December 13, 1963, aired January 12, 1964 3:44
Lonesome Road
Duet with Bobby Darin
Episode #14 taped November 30, 1963, aired December 29, 1963 2:18
You're Nearer * Episode #23 taped February 21, 1964, aired March 8, 1964 2:13
I Believe In You *
Duet with Chita Rivera, with interjection by Louis Nye
Episode #17 taped December 20, 1963, aired January 9, 1964 2:29
Battle Hymn Of The Republic Episode #16 taped December 13, 1963, aired January 12, 1964 4:33
Judy & Barbra - Dialogue *
Into:
Episode #9 taped October 4, 1963, aired October 6, 1963 1:00
Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again
Duet with Barbra Streisand
Episode #9 taped October 4, 1963, aired October 6, 1963 2:34
Through The Years Episode #11 taped October 18, 1963, aired January 5, 1964 3:11
Maybe I'll Come Back * Episode #10 taped October 11, 1963, aired March 1, 1964 1:32
Here's To Us (Outtake) *† Episode #26 taped March 13, 1964, never aired 4:35



DISC CREDITS:

CD produced, Compiled and Annotated by Scott Schechter

Executive Producer: Pat Lawrence

Digitally Mastered in 24-bit by Jennifer Munson & Gene Paul at DB Plus Digital Services

Project Director: Mike Ragogna

Production Coordination: Michele Horie & Dana Smart

Editorial Assistance: Barry Korkin

Photos from Photofest

Art Direction and Design: Top Design Studio >> www.topdesign.com

Hip-O Records would like to thank Bruce Resnikoff, Rozel Alcid, Chris Butler, Jim Dobbe, Richie Galle, Anthony Hayes, Eric Kagiyama, Jason Kleve, David Mucci, Ken Patrick, Michael Rosenberg, Glen Sanatar, Rhoda Shields, Robin Schwartz, Stephanie Spring, Jerry Stine & UMVD Sales.

Mr. Schechter would like to thank: Jennifer, Gene, Bob and everyone at DB Plus for their continual outstanding work; to Todd, Dan, Phil, Jason, Frank and everyone at 32 Records, where this project originated, and to Tom Cyrana of EFI Music Holdings, LLC for seeing it through, to Andy McDaie and Rhoda Malmlund for making it happen. And for the many years of over (and byond) the rainbow Judy support, and personal kindness: Gordon Anderson, Paul Atkinson, Matt Friedman, Jim Gallen, Brian Gair, Ruth Ginther, Sandra Grant, Scott Gorenstein, Joshua Greene, Dave Grumme, Eric Hemphill, Randy Henderson, Steve Hoffman, Lena Horne, Marc Hulett, Eric Stephen Jacobs, Diane Judge, David Kenney, Bruce Kimmel, Dave King, Susan King, Russell Klein, Steve Kmetko, David Levy, Tom Lynch, Mort Lindsey, Audra McDonald, Leonard Maltin, Barry Manilow, Howard Mendelbaum, Ron Mandelbaum, Liza Minnelli, Barry Monish, Rose O'Donnell, Dan Oldratti, Tom O'Neil, Robert Osborne, Cheryl Pawelski, Daryl Payne, Carmine Red, Rex Reed, Mark Roche, Ken Sawicki, Cliff Shenghit, Eric Shepard, Liz Smith, David Patric Stearns, MikeStefanik, Billy Stritch and Charles Triplett

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