titled "Judy Garland" this album is not really in
stereo, but rather in that "simulated stereo" so
popular in the 1960s and 1970s. The process was basically raising
the bass on one channel, and raising the treble on the other
channel. This made the recordings sound as though they were
The track listing mistakenly lists "Play That Barbershiop Chord"
as "Play ME that Barbershop Chord".
The liner notes by Lloyd Seidman mentions Judy's recent appearance
at The Palladium with Liza. This album was probably released to capitalize on that success.
Oddly enough, this is one of the few Garland compilation records
to NOT feature "Over The Rainbow".
All images on this page from
the collection of Scott Brogan.