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Born In A Trunk - Stardom
Title:
BORN IN A TRUNK
STARDOM: 1940 - 1945
Category:

Radio

Label:
AEI
(American Entertainment Industries, Inc.)
Radio Archive Album
Catalog Number:
AEI 2109
Release Date:
1980
Type:
12" 33 1/3rpm
Discs:
1
Length:
Not given
Availability:
Out of Print
Born In A Trunk - Stardom
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ABOUT THE DISC & RECORDINGS:

This is Volume Two of AEI's three LP series of Garland radio performances. The LP's have great sound quality, and many of the performances have yet to be released on CD.


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



TRACK LISTING

Song Title
From...
Side One
Our Love Affair October 28, 1940 - CBS Radio "Lux Radio Theater" adaptation of Strike Up The Band

The Peanut Vendor

November 17, 1941 - CBS Radio "Lux Radio Theater" performance of "Merton Of The Movies"
I Cried For You November 9, 1941 - CBS Radio "Screen Guild Theater" adaptation of Babes In Arms
God's Country November 9, 1941 - CBS Radio "Screen Guild Theater" adaptation of Babes In Arms
I Never Knew June 21, 1942 - NBC Radio "The Chase and Sanborn Hour (Charlie McCarthy Show)"
The Things I Love [All The Things I Love] September 7, 1941 - NBC Radio "The Chase and Sanborn Hour"
Side Two
After You've Gone March 22, 1943 - CBS Radio "Screen Guild Players" adaptation of For Me And My Gal
[How You Gonna Keep 'Em] Down On The Farm March 22, 1943 - CBS Radio "Screen Guild Players" adaptation of For Me And My Gal
Speak Low Unknown show, date approximately 1944
I May Be Wrong August 13, 1944 - NBC Radio "Your All-Time Hit Parade"
Love August 10, 1945 - CBS Radio "The Jerry Wayne Show" [it is not known if this performance is from this show, or from the January 20, 1945 NBC/CBS Radio "march of Dimes" show]
The Dixieland Band March 5, 1944 - "Mail Call" radio show for the military. It is not known of this performance is from this show, or from the July 1944 "Command Performance #129" radio show]



DISC CREDITS:

Miss Garland's performance is by Special Arrangement

AEI Records acknowledges with thanks the assistant of Kenneth Walker, Esq.

Jacket design by Philip Sabado

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