LP is the first of two known times that the soundtrack to Till
The Clouds Roll By (1946) was paired with the 20th Century-Fox soundtrack
Prefer Blondes (1953) (the second pairing is here).
Fox did not have their own soundtrack division, so M-G-M Records stepped up and
released the soundtrack. It appears on many of the "two-fer" and
other series with a variety of other non-Garland M-G-M Soundtracks throughout
the 1950's, 60's, and 70's.
Due to the time constraints of the mid-50's "long playing" records,
this LP leaves off two numbers from the Clouds soundtrack: "Till
The Clouds Roll By" and "Ol' Man River". Obviously, MGM was wise
enough to keep the two Garland tracks as a selling point. Which is also obvious
by Judy's placement in comparison to the other Clouds stars on the album
from the collections of Scott Brogan and Eric Hemphill.
Judy Garland Tracks in blue.
The back of the LP gives some notes on who originally performed
numbers on the stage. We've included those notes below.
One - Till
The Clouds Roll By
The Silver Lining
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
It To Jane/Cleopatterer
Believe and Who Cares If My Boat Goes Upstream