List of recordings by Judy Garland

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Publicity photo of Garland from 1943.

This article is a list of recordings made by Judy Garland. Throughout her career Garland recorded numerous soundtracks for her films, as well as studio recordings for Decca, Columbia and Capitol Records. In addition to these soundtrack and studio recordings, Garland would also perform numerous songs on her 1963–1964 CBS television series, The Judy Garland Show, with an array of famous guest performers. Garland also performed countless times on the radio and gave hundreds of concerts throughout her career, many of these performances were recorded and have survived in audio format.

Soundtrack recordings (1929–1967)[edit]

Date recorded Title Artist(s) Writer(s) Film Ref
1929-06-00 "That's the Good Old Sunny South" The Gumm Sisters Milton Ager, Jack Yellen The Big Revue (1929) [1]
1929-11-00 "When the Butterflies Kiss the Buttercups Goodnight" The Gumm Sisters Harry Pease, Charles O'Flynn, Ed G. Nelson A Holiday in Storyland (1930) [2]
1929-11-00 "Blue Butterfly" Frances Gumm Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster A Holiday in Storyland (1930) [2]
1929-11-00 "Hang Onto a Rainbow" Frances Gumm Bud Green, Sammy Stept The Wedding of Jack and Jill (1930) [3]
1929-12-00 "The Land of Let's Pretend" The Gumm Sisters Grant Clarke, Harry Akst Bubbles (1930) [4]
1935-08-12 "La Cucaracha" The Garland Sisters Traditional La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935) [5]
1936-06-30 "Waltz with a Swing / Americana" Judy Garland Roger Edens, Con Conrad Every Sunday (1936) [6]
1936-06-30 "Opera vs. Jazz / Americana (Reprise)" Judy Garland & Deanna Durbin Con Conrad Every Sunday (1936) [6]
1936-08-00 "The Texas Tornado" Judy Garland Sidney D. Mitchell, Lew Pollack Pigskin Parade (1936) [7]
1936-08-00 "The Balboa" Judy Garland, Dixie Dunbar, Johnny Downs, Betty Grable, Jack Haley, Patsy Kelly & the Yacht Club Boys Sidney D. Mitchell, Lew Pollack Pigskin Parade (1936) [7]
1936-08-00 "It's Love I'm After" Judy Garland Sidney D. Mitchell, Lew Pollack Pigskin Parade (1936) [7]
1937-03-05 "Everybody Sing" Judy Garland, Sophie Tucker, Barnett Parker, J.D. Jewkes & the MGM Studio Chorus Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) [8]
1937-03-14 "Your Broadway and My Broadway" Judy Garland & the MGM Studio Chorus Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) [8]
1937-04-16 "Yours and Mine" Judy Garland, Eloise Rawitzer & the St. Brendan's Boys Choir Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) [8]
1937-05-07 "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You" Judy Garland James V. Monaco, Joseph McCarthy, Roger Edens Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) [8]
1937-08-01 "I'm Feelin' Like a Million" Judy Garland
with Roger Edens on paino
Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed MGM rehearsal recording (1937) [8]
1937-08-26 "Swing, Mr. Mendelssohn" Judy Garland & the St. Brendan's Boys Choir Bronislau Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn Everybody Sing (1938) [9]
1937-09-11 "Sun Showers" (Outtake) Judy Garland Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937) [10]
1937-09-20 "Got a Pair of New Shoes" Judy Garland Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937) [10]
1937-10-04 "Down on Melody Farm" Judy Garland Bronislau Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn Everybody Sing (1938) [9]
1937-10-24 "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" Judy Garland Wallis Willis , arr. by Henry Thacker Burleigh Everybody Sing (1938) [9]
1937-11-06 "Silent Night" Judy Garland Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr MGM Christmas Trailer (1937) [11]
1937-12-13 "Ever Since the World Began / Shall I Sing a Melody?" Judy Garland & the MGM Studio Chorus Roger Edens Everybody Sing (1938) [9]
1937-12-21 "Why? Because!" Judy Garland & Fanny Brice Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar Everybody Sing (1938) [9]
1938-06-21 "It Never Rains But What It Pours" Judy Garland Mack Gordon, Harry Revel Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) [12]
1938-06-21 "Bei Mir Bist du Schoen" (Outtake) Judy Garland Sholom Secunda, Jacob Jacobs, Saul Chaplin, Sammy Cahn Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) [12]
1938-06-24 "in Between" Judy Garland Roger Edens Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) [12]
1938-06-24 "Meet the Beat of My Heart" Judy Garland Mack Gordon, Harry Revel Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) [12]
1938-07-28 "Ten Pins in the Sky" Judy Garland Joseph McCarthy, Milton Ager Listen, Darling (1938) [13]
1938-09-16 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" Judy Garland James F. Hanley Listen, Darling (1938) [13]
1938-09-16 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" (Swing Version) (Outtake) Judy Garland James F. Hanley Listen, Darling (1938) [13]
1938-09-20 "If Only Had the Nerve" Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley & Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-09-26 "On the Bumpy Road to Love" Judy Garland, Mary Astor, Freddie Bartholomew & Scotty Beckett Al Hoffman, Al Lewis, Murray Mencher Listen, Darling (1938) [13]
1938-10-06 "The Jitterbug" Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Buddy Ebsen & Bert Lahr Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-09-07 "Over the Rainbow" Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-11 "We're Off to See the Wizard" (Duo) Judy Garland & Ray Bolger Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-11 "We're Off to See the Wizard" (Trio) Judy Garland, Ray Bolger & Buddy Ebsen Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-11 "We're Off to See the Wizard" (Quartet) Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Buddy Ebsen & Bert Lahr Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-11 "f I Were King of the Forest" Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley & Buddy Ebsen Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-16 "It Really Was No Miracle..." Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-17 "Over the Rainbow" (Reprise) (Outtake) Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1938-10-30 "The Merry Old Land of Oz" Frank Morgan, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Tyler Brook, Ralph Sudam, Bobby Watson, Oliver Smith, Charles Irwin, Lois January, Elivda Rizzo, Lorraine Bridges & the MGM Studio Chorus Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1939-02-28 "If I Only Had a Brain" Ray Bolger & Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Wizard of Oz (1939) [14]
1939-05-10 "Opera vs. Jazz, Part 1 (I Like Opera, I Like Swing)" Judy Garland & Betty Jaynes Roger Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-10 "Opera vs. Jazz, Part 3 (Figaro / Bob White)" Judy Garland Roger Edens, Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-10 "Opera vs. Jazz, Part 4 (Broadway Rhythm)" Judy Garland, Betty Jaynes & Mickey Rooney Roger Edens, Gaetano Donizetti, Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-11 "Good Morning" Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-11 "Where or When?" Douglas McPhail, Betty Jaynes & Judy Garland Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-23 "Babes in Arms" Douglas McPhail, Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Betty Jaynes & the MGM Studio Chorus Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Roger Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-23 "I Cried for You (Now It's Your Turn to Cry Over Me)" Judy Garland Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-24 "Minstrel Show, Part 1 (My Daddy Was a Minstrel Man)" Judy Garland & the Crinoline Chior Roger Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-24 "Minstrel Show, Part 2 (De Camptown Races / Old Folks at Home / Oh! Suzanna)" Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney & the Crinoline Choir Stephen Collins Foster Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-24 "Minstrel Show, Part 3 (Minstrel Routine)" Douglas McPhail, Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland Rogers Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-05-24 "Minstrel Show, Part 6 (I'm Just Wild About Harry)" Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, the Crinoline Choir & the MGM Studio Chorus Eubie Blake, Noble Sissle Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-06-27 "Finale, Part 1 (God's Country)" Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Douglas McPhail, Betty Jaynes & the MGM Studio Chorus Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-06-27 "Finale, Part 2 (My Day)" Douglas McPhail, Betty Jaynes, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland & the MGM Studio Chorus Roger Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-06-27 "Finale, Part 3 (Just Dance)" Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Sally Mueller, Helen Pacino, Betty Rome, Irene Crane, Albert Mahler, Bob Priester, Ralph Leon, N. Neilsen, John Moss, Charles Schrouder, Allan Watson & J.D. Jewkes Roger Edens Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1939-06-27 "Finale, Part 5 (God's Country Reprise)" Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Douglas McPhail, Betty Jaynes & the MGM Studio Chorus Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Babes in Arms (1939) [15]
1940-03-14 "I'm Nobody's Baby" Judy Garland Benny Davis, Milton Ager, Lester Santly Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)
1940-03-14 "Buds Won't Bud" (Outtake) Judy Garland Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)
1940-05=10 "Alone" Judy Garland Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)
1940-05-10 "All I Do Is Dream of You" (Outtake) Judy Garland Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)
1942-07-28 "Every Little Movement Has a Meaning of Its Own" Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
1942-07-28 "Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son" Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
1942-09-18 "When I Look at You" Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
1942-09-18 "Caro Mona (When I Look at You, Comedy Version)" Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
1942-10-16 "Paging Mr. Greenback" (Outtake) Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
1943-03-05 "Where There's Music (Finale Medley)" Judy Garland Presenting Lily Mars (1943)

Decca recordings (1935–1947)[edit]

Date recorded Title Artist(s) Writer(s) Release Ref
03/29/1935 "Moonglow" The Garland Sisters
with Ethel Gumm at the piano
Will Hudson, Irving Mills, Eddie DeLange Lost recording [16]
03/29/1935 "Bill" Judy Garland
with Ethel Gumm at the piano
Jerome Kern, P.G. Wodehouse Lost Tracks: 1929—1959 (2010) [17]
03/29/1935 Medley:
a) "On the Good Ship Lollipop"
b) "The Object of My Affection"
c) "Dinah"
Judy Garland
with Ethel Gumm at the piano
a) Richard A. Whiting, Sidney Clare
b) Pinky Tomlin
c) Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
Lost Tracks: 1929—1959 (2010) [17]
11/27/1935 "No Other One" Judy Garland Lost recording [16]
11/27/1935 "All's Well" Judy Garland Lost recording [16]
06/12/1936 "Stompin' at the Savoy" Judy Garland
with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
Edgar Sampson Single A-side (1936) [18]
06/12/1936 "Swing, Mr. Charlie" Judy Garland
with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
Harry Brooks, J. Russel Robinson, Irving Taylor "Stompin' at the Savoy" B-side (1936) [18]
08/30/1936 "Everybody Sing" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Single A-side (1937) [18]
08/30/1937 "Everybody Sing" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
08/30/1937 "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn, Bronisław Kaper "Everybody Sing" B-side (1937) [18]
08/30/1937 "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn, Bronisław Kaper Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
09/24/1937 "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
James V. Monaco, Joseph McCarthy, Roger Edens Single A-side (1937) [18]
09/24/1937 "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
James V. Monaco, Joseph McCarthy, Roger Edens Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
09/24/1937 "You Can't Have Ev'rything" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Mack Gordon, Harry Revel "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You" B-side (1937) [18]
04/25/1938 "Sleep, My Baby, Sleep" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Eddie Pola, Franz Vienna "Cry, Baby, Cry" B-side (1938) [18]
04/25/1938 "Cry, Baby, Cry" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand, Remus Harris, Irving Melsher Single A-side (1938) [18]
04/25/1938 "Cry, Baby, Cry" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand, Remus Harris, Irving Melsher Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
08/21/1938 "Ten Pins in the Sky" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Joseph McCarthy, Milton Ager "It Never Rains, But What It Pours" (1938) [18]
08/21/1938 "It Never Rains, But What It Pours" Judy Garland
with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra
Mack Gordon, Harry Revel Single A-side (1938) [18]
07/28/1939 "Over the Rainbow" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Single A-side (1939) [18]
07/28/1939 "The Jitterbug" Judy Garland,
Harold Arlen, Bud Lyon & Garney Bell
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg "Over the Rainbow" B-side (1939) [18]
07/28/1939 "In Between" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Roger Edens Single A-side (1940) [18]
07/28/1939 "Sweet Sixteen" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Roger Edens "In Between" B-side (1940) [18]
07/29/1939 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
James F. Hanley Single A-side (1943) [18]
07/29/1939 "I'm Just Wild About Harry" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake "Zing Went the Strings of My Heart" U.K. B-side (1940) [18]
07/29/1939 "Fascinating Rhythm" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" U.S. B-side (1943) [18]
10/16/1939 "Oceans Apart" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Mickey Rooney, Sidney Miller Single A-side (1940) [18]
10/16/1939 "Embraceable You" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1940) [18]
10/16/1939 "Swanee" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Irving Caesar "Embraceable You" B-side (1940) [18]
10/16/1939 "Figaro" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Roger Edens "Oceans Apart" B-side (1940) [18]
10/16/1939 "Figaro" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Roger Edens Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
04/10/1940 "(Can This Be) The End of the Rainbow" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Bobby Sherwood
Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin Single A-side (1940) [18]
04/10/1940 "I'm Nobody's Baby" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Bobby Sherwood
Benny Davis, Milton Ager, Lester Santly "Bud's Won't Bud" B-side (1940) [18]
04/10/1940 "Buds Won't Bud" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Bobby Sherwood
Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Single A-side (1940) [18]
04/10/1940 "Wearing of the Green" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Bobby Sherwood
Traditional "Friendship" B-side (1940) [18]
04/15/1940 "Friendship" Judy Garland & Johnny Mercer
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Cole Porter Single A-side (1940) [18]
04/15/1940 "Friendship" (Alternate) Judy Garland & Johnny Mercer
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Cole Porter Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
12/18/1940 "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harry Carroll, Joseph McCarthy "Our Love Affair" B-side (1941) [18]
12/18/1940 "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harry Carroll, Joseph McCarthy Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
12/18/1940 "Our Love Affair" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Roger Edens, Arthur Freed Single A-side (1941) [18]
12/18/1940 "A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Traditional, arr. by Roger Edens "It's a Great Day for the Irish" B-side (1941) [18]
12/18/1940 "It's a Great Day for the Irish" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Roger Edens Single A-side (1941) [18]
07/20/1941 "The Birthday of a King" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
William Harold Neidlinger Single A-side (1941) [18]
07/20/1941 "The Star of the East" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Amanda Kennedy, George Cooper "The Birthday of a King" B-side (1941) [18]
10/24/1941 "How About You?" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Burton Lane, Ralph Freed Single A-side (1941) [18]
10/24/1941 "Blues in the Night" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Single A-side (1941) [18]
10/24/1941 "Blues in the Night" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
10/24/1941 "F.D.R. Jones" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harold Rome "How About You" B-side (1941) [18]
04/03/1942 "The Last Call for Love" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg, Margaret Cummings "Poor You" B-side (1942) [18]
04/03/1942 "The Last Call for Love" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg, Margaret Cummings Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
04/03/1942 "Poor You" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg Single A-side (1942) [18]
04/03/1942 "Poor You" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
04/03/1942 "On the Sunny Side of the Street" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields "I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You)" B-side (1943) [18]
04/03/1942 "Poor Little Rich Girl" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Noël Coward "That Old Black Magic" B-side (1943) [18]
07/26/1942 "For Me and My Gal" Judy Garland & Gene Kelly
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz Single A-side (1943) [18]
07/26/1942 "When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose)" Judy Garland & Gene Kelly
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney "For Me and My Gal" B-side (1943) [18]
07/26/1942 "That Old Black Magic" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Single A-side (1943) [18]
07/26/1942 "I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You)" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by David Rose
Tom Pitts, Raymond Egan, Roy Marsh, Paul Whiteman Single A-side (1943) [18]
11/02/1943 "But Not for Me" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1944) [18]
11/02/1943 "I Got Rhythm" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin "Bidin' My Time" B-side (1944) [18]
11/02/1943 "I Got Rhythm" (Alternate)
Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
11/02/1943 "Embraceable You" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1944) [18]
11/02/1943 "Embraceable You" (Alternate)
Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
11/02/1943 "Could You Use Me" Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin "Embraceable You" B-side (1944) [18]
11/02/1943 "Bidin' My Time" Judy Garland
featuring the Leo Diamond Harmonica Quintet
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1944) [18]
12/22/1943 "No Love, No Nothin'" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Harry Warren, Leo Robin Single A-side (1944) [18]
12/22/1943 "A Journey to a Star" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Harry Warren, Leo Robin "No Love, No Nothin'" B-side (1944) [18]
04/20/1944 "The Boy Next Door" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" B-side (1944) [18]
04/20/1944 "Boys and Girls Like You and Me" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II "The Trolley Song'" B-side (1944) [18]
04/20/1944 "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane Single A-side (1944) [18]
04/20/1944 "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
04/21/1944 "The Trolley Song" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane Single A-side (1944) [18]
04/21/1944 "Skip to My Lou" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane "Meet Me in St. Louis" B-side (1944) [18]
04/21/1944 "Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis" Judy Garland
with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
Kerry Mills, Andrew B. Sterling Single A-side (1944) [18]
07/31/1944 "You've Got Me Where You Want Me" Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk)" B-side (1945) [18]
07/31/1944 "Mine" Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin "Connecticut" B-side (1947) [18]
07/31/1944 "Mine" (Alternate) Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin [19]
01/26/1945 "This Heart of Mine" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Harry Warren, Arthur Freed Single A-side (1945) [18]
01/26/1945 "This Heart of Mine" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Harry Warren, Arthur Freed Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
01/26/1945 "Love" Judy Garland
with Victor Young and His Orchestra
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane "This Heart of Mine" B-side (1945) [18]
03/09/1945 "Connecticut" Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane Single A-side (1947) [18]
03/09/1945 "Connecticut" (Alternate) Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
03/09/1945 "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk)" Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke Single A-side (1945) [18]
03/09/1945 "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk)" (Alternate 1) Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Jimmy Van Huesen, Johnny Burke Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
03/09/1945 "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk)" (Alternate 2) Judy Garland & Bing Crosby
with Orchestra directed by Joseph Lilley
Jimmy Van Huesen, Johnny Burke [19]
05/14/1945 "March of the Doagies" Judy Garland & Kenny Baker
with the Kay Thompson Chorus and Orchestra
directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
05/14/1945 "Swing Your Partner Round and Round" Judy Garland
with the Kay Thompson Chorus and Orchestra
directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer "Wait and See" B-side (1945) [18]
05/15/1945 "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with the Kay Thompson Chorus and Orchestra
directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer, KayThompson, Ralph Blane Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
07/07/1945 "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" Judy Garland & the Merry Macs
with Orchestra directed by Lyn Murray
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer Single A-side (1945) [18]
07/07/1945 "If I Had You" Judy Garland & the Merry Macs
with Orchestra directed by Lyn Murray
Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" B-side (1945) [18]
07/07/1945 "If I Had You" (Alternate) Judy Garland & the Merry Macs
with Orchestra directed by Lyn Murray
Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
07/10/1945 "You'll Never Walk Alone" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Lyn Murray
Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II "Smilin' Through" B-side (1946) [18]
07/10/1945 "Smilin' Through" Judy Garland
with Orchestra directed by Lyn Murray
Arthur A. Penn Single A-side (1946) [18]
09/07/1945 "It's a Great Big World" Judy Garland, Virginia O'Brien & Betty Russell
with Chorus and Orchestra directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer Single A-side (1945) [18]
09/07/1945 "In the Valley (Where the Evening Sun Goes Down)" Judy Garland
with Chorus and Orchestra directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" B-side (1945) [18]
05/15/1945 (Pt. 1)
09/10/1945 (Pt. 2)
"On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" Judy Garland
with the Kay Thompson Chorus and Orchestra
directed by Lennie Hayton
Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer Single A-side (1945) [18]
09/11/1946 "Aren't You Kind of Glad We Did?" Judy Garland & Dick Haymes
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin "For You, For Me, Forevermore" B-side (1946) [18]
9/11/1946 "For You, For Me, Forevermore" Judy Garland & Dick Haymes
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1946) [18]
9/11/1946 "Changing My Tune" Judy Garland
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Single A-side (1946) [18]
10/01/1946 "Don't Tell Me That Story" Judy Garland
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
Joseph Lilley "There Is No Breeze (To Cool the Flame of Love)" B-side (1946) [18]
10/01/1946 "Don't Tell Me That Story" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
Joseph Lilley Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
10/01/1946 "There Is No Breeze (To Cool the Flame of Love)" Judy Garland
with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
Alex Alstone, Dorothy Dick Single A-side (1946) [18]
11/15/1947 "Nothing But You" Judy Garland
with two-piano accompaniment by Eadie Griffith and Rack Godwin
Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart "I WIsh I Were in Love Again" B-side (1947) [18]
11/15/1947 "I Wish I Were in Love Again" Judy Garland
with two-piano accompaniment by Eadie Griffith and Rack Godwin
Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Single A-side (1947) [18]
11/15/1947 "I Wish I Were in Love Again" (Alternate) Judy Garland
with two-piano accompaniment by Eadie Griffith and Rack Godwin
Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]
11/15/1947 "Falling in Love with Love" Judy Garland
with two-piano accompaniment by Eadie Griffith and Rack Godwin
Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Smilin' Through: The Singles Collection, 1936—1947 (2011) [19]

Columbia recordings (1953)[edit]

Date recorded Title Artist(s) Writer(s) Release Ref
1953-04-03 "Send My Baby Back to Me" Judy Garland
with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Bob Hilliard, Milton Delugg Single A-side (1953) [20]
1953-04-03 "Heartbroken" Judy Garland
with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Phil Springer, Fred Ebb '"Go Home, Joe" B-side (1953) [21]
1953-04-03 "Without a Memory" Judy Garland
with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Jessie Mae Robinson "Send My Baby Back to Me" B-side (1953) [20]
1953-04-03 "Go Home, Joe" Judy Garland
with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Irving Gordon Single A-side (1953) [21]

Capitol recordings (1955–1964)[edit]

Date recorded Title Writer(s) Release Ref
1955-08-25 "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" Jean Schwartz, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-25 "A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow" Traditional, Thomas Moore, Roger Edens Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-25 "After You've Gone" Henry Creamer, Turner Layton Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-25 "Over the Rainbow" Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-29 Medley:
a) "This Is the Time of the Evening"
b) "While We're Young"
a) Leonar Gershe, Morty Palitz
b) William Engvick, Alec Wilder
Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-29 Judy's Olio Medley:
a) "You Made Me Love You"
b) "For Me and My Gal"
c) "The Boy Next Door"
d) "The Trolley Song"
a) James V. Monaco, Joseph McCarthy
b) George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz
c) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
d) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-29 Judy at the Palace Medley:
a) "You Haven't Lived Until You've Played the Palace"
b) "Shine On, Harvest Moon"
c) "My Man"
d) "Some of These Days"
e) "I Don't Care"
a) Charles Gaynor
b) Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth
c) Albert Willemetz, Jacques Charles, Channing Pollock, Maurice Yvain
d) Shelton Brooks
e) Jean Lenox, Harry O. Sutton
Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-29 "Carolina in the Morning" Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-30 "Danny Boy" Frederic Weatherly Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1955-08-30 "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer This recording has not survived. [22]
1955-09-01 "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe" Harold Arlen, E. Y. Harburg Miss Show Business (1955) [22]
1956-03-19 "Dirty Hands, Dirty Face" James V. Monaco, Al Jolson, Clarke, Leslie Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-19 "April Showers" Louis Silvers, Buddy DeSylva Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-19 "I Feel a Song Coming On" Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh, George Oppenheimer Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-19 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-26 "I'm Old Fashioned" Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer Judy (1989 CD reissue) [23]
1956-03-26 "Just Imagine" Ray Henderson, Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-26 "Memories of You" Eubie Blake, Andy Razaf Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-27 "Lucky Day" Ray Henderson, Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-31 "Come Rain or Come Shine" Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-31 "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" Ray Henderson, Lew Brown Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-31 "Last Night When We Were Young" Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Judy (1956) [23]
1956-03-31 "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home" Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Judy (1956) [23]
1957-02-06 "Little Girl Blue" Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-06 "I Get the Blues When It Rains" Bruce Klauber, Harry Stoddard Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-06 "How About Me?" Irving Berlin Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-06 "Me and My Shadow" Dave Dreyer, Al Jolson, Billy Rose Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-22 "Mean to Me" Fred E. Ahlert, Roy Turk Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-22 "By Myself" Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz Alone (1957) [24]
1957-02-22 "Blue Prelude" Joe Bishop, Gordon Jenkins Alone (1957) [24]
1957-03-06 "Then You've Never Been Blue" Ted Fio Rito, Sam M. Lewis, Frances Langford, Joe Young Alone (1989 CD reissie) [24]
1957-03-06 "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues" Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler Alone (1957) [24]
1957-03-06 "Happy New Year" Gordon Jenkins Alone (1957) [24]
1957-03-06 "Among My Souvenirs" Edgar Leslie, Horatio Nicholls Alone (1957) [24]
1957-03-06 "Just a Memory" Ray Henderson, Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva Alone (1957) [24]
1957-10-11 "It's So Lovely to Be Back in London" Roger Edens Special single release (1957) [25]
1958-05-19 "Day In, Day Out" Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-19 "This Is It" Dorothy Fields, Arthur Schwartz Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-19 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" James F. Hanley Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-26 "I Hadn't Anyone Till You" Ray Noble Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-26 "More Than You Know" Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-26 "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)" Doc Daugherty, Al J. Neiburg, Ellis Reynolds Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-05-26 "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-06-17 "Do It Again" Buddy DeSylva, George Gershwin Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-06-17 "Do I Love You?" Cole Porter Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-06-17 "I Am Loved" Cole Porter Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1958-06-17 "I Concentrate on You" Cole Porter Judy in Love (1958) [26]
1959-01-15 "Beautiful Trouble" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-15 "Love in the Village" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-15 "The Worst Kind of Man" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-15 "That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-16 "Love in Central Park" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-16 "The Red Balloon" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-16 "The Fight" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-16 "At the Stroke of Midnight" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1959-01-16 "Come Back" Gordon Jenkins The Letter (1959) [27]
1960-06-08 "If I Love Again" Jack Murray, Ben Oakland That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-08 "How Long Has This Been Going On?" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-08 "It Never Was You" Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-08 "Yes" Dory Previn, André Previn That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-09 "Who Cares? (As Long as You Care for Me" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-09 "Puttin' on the Ritz" Irving Berlin That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-09 "Down with Love" Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-09 "Just You, Just Me" Jesse Greer, Raymond Klages That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-17 "That's Entertainment!" Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-17 "Old Devil Moon" E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-17 "I've Confessed to the Breeze (I Love You)" Otto Harbach, Vincent Youmans That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-06-17 "Alone Together" Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz That's Entertainment! (1960) [28]
1960-08-02 "Chicago" Fred Fisher Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-02 "Do It Again" George Gershwin, Buddy DeSylva Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-02 "Lucky Day" Ray Henderson, Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1960-08-02 "Stormy Weather" Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-03 "I Happen to Like New York" Cole Porter The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1960-08-03 "Swanee" George Gershwin, Irving Caesar Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-03 "You'll Never Walk Alone" Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1960-08-03 "Why Was I Born?" Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-04 "The Man That Got Away" Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-04 "Come Rain or Come Shine" Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-04 "San Francisco" Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-04 "Over the Rainbow" Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-05 Judy's Olio Medley:
a) "You Made Me Love You"
b) "For Me and My Gal"
c) "The Trolley Song"
a) James V. Monaco, Joseph McCarthy
b) George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz
c) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-05 "You Go to My Head" J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-05 "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe" Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1960-08-05 "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" Jean Schwartz, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-08 Judy at the Palace Medley:
a) "You Haven't Lived Until You've Played the Palace"
b) "Shine On, Harvest Moon"
c) "My Man"
d) "Some of These Days"
e) "I Don't Care"
a) Charles Gaynor
b) Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth
c) Albert Willemetz, Jacques Charles, Channing Pollock, Maurice Yvain
d) Shelton Brooks
e) Jean Lenox, Harry O. Sutton
The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1960-08-08 "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-08 "After You've Gone" Henry Creamer, Turner Layton Judy in London (1972) [29]
1960-08-08 "It's a Great Day for the Irish" Roger Edens The Garland Touch (1962) [30]
1961-10-13 "Comes Once in a Lifetime" Jule Styne, Betty Comden, Adolph Green Single A-side (1961) [31]
1961-10-13 "Sweet Danger" Robert Wright, George Forrest "Comes Once in a Lifetime" B-side (1961) [31]
1964-08-06 "The Land of Promises" Lionel Bart Lionel Bart's "Maggie May" (1964) [32]
1964-08-06 "It's Yourself" Lionel Bart Lionel Bart's "Maggie May" (1964) [32]
1964-08-12 "There's Only One Union" Lionel Bart Lionel Bart's "Maggie May" (1964) [32]
1964-08-12 "Maggie, Maggie May" Lionel Bart Lionel Bart's "Maggie May" (1964) [32]

The Judy Garland Show recordings (1963–1964)[edit]

Date recorded Title Writer(s) Episode (air date) Guest performers / Notes Ref.
06/24/1963 "Sunny Side Up" Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson Show #1 (Outtake) Deleted before airing. [33]
06/24/1963 "When the Sun Comes Out" Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler Show #1 (12/08/1963) [33]
06/24/1963 "I Believe in You" Frank Loesser Show #1 (Outtake) Jerry Van Dyke / Deleted before airing. [33]
06/24/1963 "You're So Right for Me" Jay Livingston, Ray Evans Show #1 (12/08/1963) Mickey Rooney [33]
06/24/1963 "You're So Right for Me (Reprise)" Jay Livingston, Ray Evans Show #1 (12/08/1963) Mickey Rooney [33]
06/24/1963 "Too Late Now" Alan Jay Lerner, Burton Lane Show #1 (12/08/1963) [33]
06/24/1963 "Who Cares? (As Long as You Care for Me)" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Show #1 (12/08/1963) [33]
06/24/1963 "Ol' Man River" Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II Show #1 (12/08/1963) [33]
06/24/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #1 (12/08/1963) "President Coolidge is a cousin of mine." [33]
07/07/1963 Medley:
a) "I Hear Music"
b) "The Sweetest Sounds"
c) "Strike Up the Band"
a) Burton Lane, Frank Loesser
b) Richard Rodgers
c) George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Show #2 (11/10/1963) Count Basie and His Orchestra [34]
07/07/1963 "Memories of You" Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake Show #2 (11/10/1963) Count Basie and His Orchestra [34]
07/07/1963 Count Basie Medley:
a) "One O'Clock Jump"
b) "I Can't Stop Loving You"
c) "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm"
d) "Don't Dream of Anybody But Me"
e) "April in Paris"
a) Count Basie
b) Don Gibson
c) Irving Berlin
d) Bart Howard, Neal Hefti
e) Vernon Duke, E.Y. Harburg
Show #2 (11/10/1963) Mel Tormé & Count Basie and His Orchestra [34]
07/07/1963 "A Cottage for Sale" Willard Robison, Larry Conley Show #2 (11/10/1963) [34]
07/07/1963 "Hey, Look Me Over" Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman Show #2 (11/10/1963) [34]
07/07/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #2 (11/10/1963) "Mary Miles Minter is a cousin of mine." [34]
07/16/1963 "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn Show #3 (11/17/1963)
07/16/1963 "Come Rain or Come Shine" Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer Show #3 (11/17/1963)
07/16/1963 "Together (Wherever We Go)" Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim Show #3 (11/17/1963) Liza Minnelli
07/16/1963 Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli Medley:
a) "We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together"
b) "The Best Is Yet to Come"
c) "Bye, Bye Baby"
d) "Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight)"
a) Robert Sour, Henry Manners
b) Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman
c) Leo Robin, Jule Stone
d) Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen
Show #3 (11/17/1963) Liza Minnelli
07/16/1963 "As Long as He Needs Me" Lionel Bart Show #3 (11/17/1963)
07/16/1963 Medley:
a) "Let Me Entertain You"
b) "Two Lost Souls"
a) Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim
b) Richard Adler, Jerry Ross
Show #3 (11/17/1963) Liza Minnelli
07/16/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #3 (11/17/1963) Liza Minnelli / "Liza Minnelli is a cousin of mine."
07/23/1963 "Day In, Day Out" Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer Show #4 (10/13/1963) Lena Horne
07/23/1963 "A Foggy Day (In London Town)" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin Show #4 (10/13/1963)
07/23/1963 Judy Sings Lena Sings Judy Medley:
a) "Honeysuckle Rose"
b) "Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis"
c) "'Deed I Do"
d) "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart"
e) "It's All Right with Me"
f) "The Trolley Song"
g) "Love"
a) Fats Waller, Andy Razaf
b) Kerry Mills, Andrew B. Sterling
c) Fred Rose, Walter Hirsch
d) James F. Hanley
e) Cole Porter
f) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
g) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
Show #4 (10/13/1963) Lena Horne
07/23/1963 "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" Noël Coward Show #4 (10/13/1963) Lena Horne & Terry-Thomas
07/23/1963 "The Man That Got Away" Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin Show #4 (10/13/1963)
07/23/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #4 (10/13/1963) "Bela Lugosi is a cousin of mine."
07/30/1963 "Yes, Indeed!" Sy Oliver Show #5 (12/15/1963) Tony Bennett & Dick Shawn
07/30/1963 Judy Garland & Tony Bennett Medley:
a) "Night Train"
b) "Lullaby of Broadway"
c) "Carolina in the Morning"
d) "Kansas City"
e) When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'"
f) "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"
a) Oscar Washington, Lewis P. Simpkins, Jimmy Forrest
b) Harry Warren, Al Dubin
c) Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
d) Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
e) Irving Berlin
f) George Cory, Douglass Cross
Show #5 (12/15/1963) Tony Bennett
07/30/1963 "My Buddy" Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson Show #5 (12/15/1963) Dick Shawn
07/30/1963 "Stormy Weather" Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler Show #5 (12/15/1963)
07/30/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #5 (12/15/1963) "Baby Face Nelson is a cousin of mine."
07/30/1963 "If Love Were All" Noël Coward Show #5 (Outtake)
09/13/1963 "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" Lew Brown, Ray Henderson Show #6 (10/27/1963)
09/13/1963 "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe" E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen Show #6 (10/27/1963)
09/13/1963 "Be My Guest" Mel Tormé Show #6 (10/27/1963) Steve Lawrence
09/13/1963 "The Doodlin' Song" Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman Show #6 (10/27/1963) June Allyson
09/13/1963 "Just Imagine" B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, Show #6 (10/27/1963) June Allyson
09/13/1963 MGM Medley:
a) "Buckle Down, Winsocki"
b) "(I'm in Love with You) Honey"
c) "Cleopatra"
d) "Thou Swell"
e) "Look for the Silver Lining"
f) "Till the Clouds Roll By"
g) "Look for the Silver Lining"
a) Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
b)
c) Joseph Kern, P.G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton
d) Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
e) Joseph Kern, B.G. DeSylva
f) Joseph Kern, P.G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton
g) Joseph Kern, B.G. DeSylva
Show #6 (10/27/1963) June Allyson & Steve Lawrence
09/13/1963 "San Francisco" Gus Kahn, Bronislau Kaper, Walter Jurmann Show #6 (10/27/1963)
09/13/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #6 (10/27/1963) "William Paley is a cousin of mine."
09/20/1963 "Call Me Irresponsible" Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn Show #7 (09/29/1963)
09/20/1963 "Sunny Side Up" Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson Show #7 (09/29/1963) Donald O'Connor & Jerry Van Dyke
09/20/1963 "Be My Guest" Mel Tormé Show #7 (09/29/1963) Donald O'Connor
09/20/1963 Songs We're Famous For Medley:
a) "Inka Dinka Duo"
b) "if You Knew Susie Like I Knew Susie"
c) "My Mammy"
d) "Indian Love Call"
e) "Rose Marie"
f) "Will You Remember (Sweetheart)
g) "Stout Hearted Man"
h) "Italian Street Song"
i) "Indian Love Call"
Show #7 (09/29/1963) Donald O'Connor
09/20/1963 Fly Me to the Moon Bart Howard Show #7 (09/29/1963)
09/20/1963 "The World Is Your Balloon" E. Y. Harburg, Sammy Fain Show #7 (09/29/1963) Donald O'Connor & Jerry Van Dyke
09/20/1963 Vaudeville Medley:
a) "In Those Good Old Days of Vaudeville"
b) "Nagasaki"
c) "Yacka Hula Hickey Dula"
d) "You Can Always Find a Little Sunshine at the Y.M.C.A."
e) "At the Moving-Picture Ball"
f) "The Old Soft Shoe"
Show #7 (09/29/1963) Donald O'Connor
09/20/1963 "Chicago" Fred Fisher Show #7 (09/29/1963)
09/20/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey Show #7 (09/29/1963)
09/27/1963 "Alexander's Ragtime Band" Show #8 (10/20/1963)
09/27/1963 "Be My Guest" Mel Tormé Show #8 (10/20/1963) George Maharis & Jack Carter
09/27/1963 "I Wish You Love" Show #8 (10/20/1963)
09/27/1963 "Side by Side" Show #8 (10/20/1963) George Maharis
09/27/1963 "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" Show #8 (10/20/1963) Leo Durocher
09/27/1963 Country Medley: Show #8 (10/20/1963) George Maharis, Jack Carter, Jerry Van Dyke & the Dillards
09/27/1963 "Swanee" Show #8 (10/20/1963)
09/27/1963 "Maybe I'll Come Back" Show #8 (10/20/1963)
10/11/1963 "I Feel a Song Coming On" Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh, George Oppenheimer Show #1 (12/08/1963) New opening number for Show #1, recorded to replace deleted Garland performance, "Sunny Side Up".
11/29/1963 MGM Musical Comedy Medley:
a) "Where or When?"
b) "How About You?"
c) "But Not for Me"
d) "Fascinating Rhythm"
e) "God's Country"
f) "Could You Use Me?"
g) "Our Love Affair"
h) "How About You?"
a) Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
b) Burton Lane, Ralph Freed
c) George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
d) George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
e) Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg
f) George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
g) Roger Edens, Arthur Freed
h) Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
Show #1 (12/08/1963) Mickey Rooney / Recorded to replace deleted Garland and Van Dyke performance, "I Believe in You", and deleted comedy sketch.

Radio recordings (1935–1961)[edit]

For a list of theatrical radio performances, see: Radio appearances

Date recorded Title Radio show CD release / Notes Ref
1935-10-26 "Broadway Rhythm" The Shell Chateau Hour Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1935-11-16 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" The Shell Chateau Hour Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1936-08-06 "After You've Gone" The Shell Chateau Hour N/A
1936-08-06 "On Revival Day" The Shell Chateau Hour The Best of Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2015)
1937-01-05 "Hold That Bulldog" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks 2: 1936–1967 (2019)
1937-01-05 "Pennies from Heaven" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks 2: 1936–1967 (2019)
1937-04-20 "Johnny One Note" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks 2: 1936–1967 (2019)
1937-05-04 "They Can't Take That Away from Me" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1937-06-01 "Dinah" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks 2: 1936–1967 (2019)
1937-09-28 "Smiles" Jack Oakie's College Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1937-10-24 "(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You" 30 Minutes in Hollywood N/A
1938-04-14 "College Swing" Good News of 1938 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1938-04-14 "Crying for the Carolines" Good News of 1938 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1938-04-21 "My Heart Is Taking Lessons" Good News of 1938 N/A
1938-04-21 "There's a Gold Mine in the Sky" Good News of 1938 Lost recording
1938-05-05 "God's Country" Good News of 1938 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1938-05-05 "Serenade" Good News of 1938 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1938-05-05 "How Deep Is the Ocean?" Good News of 1938 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1938-09-08 "Could You Pass in Love" Maxwell House Good News of 1939 N/A
1938-12-14 "My Old Kentucky Home" America Calling Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-00-00 "Dardenella" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-00-00 "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-00-00 "Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me)" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-01-08 "Thanks for the Memory" The Hollywood Screen Guild Theater N/A
1939-01-08 "Shall I Sing a Melody?" The Hollywood Screen Guild Theater Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-03-07 "It Had to Be You" 'The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope N/A
1939-03-07 "F.D.R. Jones" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-04-06 "Sweet Sixteen" Tune Up Time Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-06-28 "Over the Rainbow" Maxwell House Coffee Time N/A
1939-09-24 "Good Morning" (with Mickey Rooney) The Screen Guild Theater ("Babes in Arms") Classic Duets (2017)
1939-11-07 "Goody Good-Bye" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope The Best of Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2015)
1939-12-16 "Comes Love" Arrowhead Springs Hotel Opening Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-12-19 "Silent Night" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1939-12-26 "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope The Best of Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2015)
1940-00-00 "Alice Blue Gown" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-00-00 "Too Romantic" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-01-23 "It's a Hap, Hap, Happy Day" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-02-13 "All the Things You Are" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-05-07 "My Wonderful One, Let's Dance" The Pepsodent Show with Bob Hope Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-10-28 "Drummer Boy" Lux Radio Theatre ("Strike Up the Band") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-10-28 "I Ain't Got Nobody" Lux Radio Theatre ("Strike Up the Band") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-01-01 "Aude Lang Syne" Bundles for Britain Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-01-01 "I Hear a Rhapsody" Bundles for Britain Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1940-01-26 "Love's New Sweet Song" Silver Theater ("Love's New Sweet Song") N/A
1941-02-27 "(America) My County 'Tis of Thee" 13th Academy Awards Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-04-27 "Chin Up! Cheerio! Carry On!" Young America Wants to Help Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-07-02 "Strike Up the Band" The Treasury Hour ("Millions for Defense") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-09-07 "Daddy" The Chase and Sanborn Hour N/A
1941-09-07 "These Are the Things I Love" The Chase and Sanborn Hour N/A
1941-10-12 "Jim" Silver Theatre ("Eternally Yours") N/A
1941-11-17 "How About You?" (with Mickey Rooney) Lux Radio Theatre ("Merton of the Movies") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-11-17 "The Peanut Vendor" (with Mickey Rooney) Lux Radio Theatre ("Merton of the Movies") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1941-12-07 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" The Chase and Sanborn Hour N/A
1941-12-23 "Abe Lincoln Had Just One Country" The Treasury Hour ("Millions for Defense") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1942-06-18 "Minnie from Trinidad" Command Performance #18 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1942-06-21 "I Never Knew" The Chase and Sanborn Hour N/A
1942-07-28 "Over the Rainbow" Command Performance #24 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1942-10-09 "It's a Great Day for the Irish" Command Performance #35 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1942-10-09 "On the Sunny Side of the Street" Command Performance #35 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1942-10-12 "I'll Remember April" Lux Radio Theatre ("Morning Glory") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-01-09 "The Joint Is Really Jumpin' Down at Carnegie Hall" Mail Call #19 N/A
1943-01-09 "I Never Knew" Mail Call #19 N/A
1943-03-21 "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" Command Performance #58 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-03-22 "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?" The Screen Guild Theater ("For Me and My Gal") Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-03-22 "After You've Gone" The Screen Guild Theater ("For Me and My Gal") N/A
1943-04-03 "I Never Knew" Command Performance #61 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-04-03 "Over the Rainbow" Command Performance #61 N/A
1943-05-00 "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (with Johnny Mercer) Personal Album #76 N/A
1943-05-00 "I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City" (with Johnny Mercer) Personal Album #76 N/A
1943-05-00 "Taking a Chance on Love" (with Johnny Mercer) Personal Album #76 N/A
1943-07-04 "This Is the Army, Mr. Jones" The Pause That Refreshes on the Air Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-07-04 "That Old Black Magic" The Pause That Refreshes on the Air N/A
1943-07-04 "Over the Rainbow" The Pause That Refreshes on the Air N/A
1943-08-28 "Embraceable You / The Man I Love" (with Bing Crosby and Jimmy Durante) Command Performance #81 N/A
1943-08-28 "People Will Say We're in Love" (with Bing Crosby) Command Performance #81 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1943-08-28 "Comedy Song Medley" (with Bing Crosby) Command Performance #81 N/A
1943-10-30 "Zing! Went the Strongs of My Heart" Command Performance #91 N/A
1944-00-00 "Autolite Commercial" (with Dick Haymes) Unknown N/A
1944-00-00 "The Boy Next Door" Armed Forces Radio & Television Service Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-01-05 "Speak Low" Mail Call #72 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-03-05 "The Man I Love" Command Performance #106 N/A
1944-03-05 "Embraceable You" Command Performance #106 N/A
1944-05-17 "Can Do, Will Do (The Song of the Seabees)" Mail Call #91 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-05-17 "The Trolley Song" Mail Call #91 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-05-24 "Embraceable You" (with Frank Sinatra) The Frank Sinatra Show Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-06-03 "Dixieland Band" Command Performance #122 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-06-03 "Something to Remember You By" (with Bing Crosby) Command Performance #122 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-06-04 "The Way You Look Tonight" The Bakers of America Salute to the Armed Forces N/A
1944-06-04 "Long Ago (And Far Away)" The Bakers of America Salute to the Armed Forces N/A
1944-06-04 "The Trolley Song" The Bakers of America Salute to the Armed Forces N/A
1944-07-11 "Somebody Loves Me" Everything for the Boys N/A
1944-07-11 "There's a Tavern in the Town" Everything for the Boys N/A
1944-07-15 "Long Ago (And Far Away)" Command Performance #129 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-08-19 "I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)" Command Performance #134 Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1944-10-08 "Over the Checkbook" Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner N/A
1944-10-08 "Someone to Watch Over Me" Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner N/A
1944-10-08 "The Trolley Song" Hollywood Democratic Committee Dinner N/A
1944-11-06 "Gotta Get Out and Vote" Democratic National Committee N/A
1944-12-17 "The Trolley Song" Philco Radio Hall of Fame N/A
1944-12-17 "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" Philco Radio Hall of Fame N/A
1944-12-24 "The Trolley Song" Command Performance All-Star Christmas Show N/A
1944-12-24 "O Come All Ye Faithful" Command Performance All-Star Christmas Show N/A
1944-12-24 "Silent Night" (with Dinah Shore, Ginny Simms, Virginia O'Brien, Dorothy Lamour and Frances Langford) Command Performance All-Star Christmas Show N/A
1944-12-26 "The Trolley Song" Everything for the Boys N/A
1945-01-30 "Love" March of Dimes N/A
1945-01-30 "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" March of Dimes N/A
1945-02-20 "Dick Tracy in B-Flat" (with Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Jimmy Durante) Dick Tracy in B-Flat N/A
1945-10-05 "Gotta Be This or That" The Danny Kaye Show Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1945-10-05 "How Deep Is the Ocean" The Danny Kaye Show N/A
1945-10-05 "My Romance" The Danny Kaye Show Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)
1945-12-09 "Look for the Silver Lining" Jerome Kern Memorial Special N/A
1945-12-09 "They Didn't Believe Me" Jerome Kern Memorial Special N/A
1945-12-25 "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" Command Performance All-Star Christmas Show Lost Tracks, 1929–1959 (2010)

Live recordings (1941–1969)[edit]

February 24, 1952 - Palace Theatre, New York, NY
  1. Chorus Intro
  2. Call the Press
  3. Medley:
    a) You Haven't Lived Until You've Played the Palace
    b) Shine On, Harvest Moon
    c) My Man
    d) Some of These Days
    e) I Don't Care
  4. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
  5. Medley:
    a) You Made Me Love You
    b) For Me and My Gal
    c) The Boy Next Door
    d) The Trolley Song
  6. Chorus Interlude
  7. Get Happy
  8. A Couple of Swells
  9. Love
  10. A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow
  11. Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)
  12. After You've Gone
  13. Over the Rainbow
  14. Auld Lang Syne

Available on Wiley Entertainment, Ltd./BCD/MSL Partners 1998 release Judy Duets.[35]

April 25, 1962 - Manhattan Center, New York, NY

The night of this recording Garland had a bad case of laryngitis and finished only 9 of the 13 scheduled songs. Later that night, after the audience left, she completed "Why Can't I?" and attempted "Do What You Do", but halted it after singing just the verse.

  1. Sail Away
  2. Something's Coming
  3. Just In Time
  4. Get Me to the Church on Time
  5. Never Will I Marry
  6. Joey, Joey, Joey
  7. Hey, Look Me Over
  8. Some People
  9. The Party's Over
  10. Why Can't I?
  11. Do What You Do (Partial recording)

Originally released by Capitol Records in 1989 as Judy Garland Live!.

November 8 & November 15, 1964 - London Palladium, London, England

with Liza Minnelli.

  1. Overture
  2. Once in a Lifetime (Judy Garland)
  3. Maggie, Maggie May (Judy Garland)
  4. As Long as He Needs Me (Judy Garland)
  5. Just in Time (Judy Garland)
  6. It's Yourself (Judy Garland)
  7. The Travelin' Life (Liza Minnelli)
  8. Pass That Peace Pipe (Liza Minnelli)
  9. The Gypsy in My Soul (Liza Minnelli)
  10. How Could You Believe Me? (Liza Minnelli)
  11. Maybe This Time (Liza Minnelli)
  12. Hello, Dolly! (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  13. Hello, Dolly! (Reprise) (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  14. Together (Wherever We Go) (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  15. Smile (Judy Garland)
  16. Never Will I Marry (Judy Garland)
  17. The Man That Got Away (Judy Garland)
  18. Medley: (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
    a) We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together
    b) The Best Is Yet to Come
  19. Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight) (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  20. Don't Rain on My Parade (Judy Garland)
  21. Medley: (Liza Minnelli)
    a) Take Me Along
    b) If I Could Be with You
    c) Tea for Two
    d) Who?
    e) They Can't Take That Away from Me
    f) By Myself
    g) Take Me Along (Reprise)
    h) My Mammy
  22. Medley: (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
    a) Hooray for Love
    b) After You've Gone
    c) By Myself
    d) 'S Wonderful
    e) How About You?
    f) Lover, Come Back to Me
    g) You and the Night and the Music
    h) It All Depends on You
  23. Make Someone Happy (Judy Garland)
  24. Joey, Joey, Joey (Judy Garland)
  25. The Music That Makes Me Dance (Judy Garland)
  26. I'm All I've Got (Liza Minnelli)
  27. It's Just a Matter of Time (Liza Minnelli)
  28. If I Were in Your Shoes (Liza Minnelli)
  29. What Now, My Love? (Judy Garland)
  30. Johnny One Note (Judy Garland)
  31. Medley: (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
    a) Get Happy
    b) Happy Days Are Here Again
  32. Medley: (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
    a) When the Saints Go Marching In
    b) Brotherhood of Man
  33. He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  34. Battle Hymn of the Republic (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  35. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Judy Garland)
  36. Who's Sorry Now? (Liza Minnelli)
  37. Swanee (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  38. Chicago (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)
  39. Over the Rainbow (Judy Garland)
  40. San Francisco (Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli)

Originally released by Capitol Records in 1965 as "Live" at the London Palladium.[39]

July 20, 1968 - Philadelphia, PA

with Count Basie and His Orchestra

  1. Medley:
    a) I Hear Music
    b) The Sweetest Sounds
    c) Strike Up the Band

Available on JSP Records 2011 release Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings.[40]

July 20, 1968 - JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
  1. Overture
  2. For Once in My Life
  3. Medley:
    a) Almost Like Being in Love
    b) This Can't Be Love
  4. Never Will I Marry
  5. How Insensitive
  6. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
  7. What Now, My Love?
  8. The Man I Love
  9. Make Someone Happy
  10. Do I Love You?
  11. By Myself
  12. That's Entertainment!
  13. The Man That Got Away
  14. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
  15. For Once in My Life (Reprise)
  16. Over the Rainbow

Available on JSP Records 2011 release Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings.[40]

October 1968 - Rehearsal

with John Meyer on piano.

  1. I Loved Him, But He Didn't Love Me
  2. For Once in My Life

Available on JSP Records 2011 release Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings.[40]

November 17, 1968 - Lincoln Center, New York, NY

Tribute to Harold Arlen, Vincent Youmans, and Noël Coward

  1. The Man That Got Away
  2. It's a New World
  3. Get Happy
  4. Over the Rainbow

Available on JSP Records 2016 release Judy Garland Sings Harold Arlen.[41]

December 30, 1968—February 1, 1969 - Talk of the Town, London, England
  1. Overture
  2. I Belong to London
  3. Get Happy
  4. The Man That Got Away
  5. I'd Like to Hate Myself in the Morning
  6. Just in Time
  7. Just in Time (Reprise)
  8. Medley:
    a) You Made Me Love You
    b) For Me and My Gal
    c) The Trolley Song
  9. For Once in My Life
  10. San Francisco
  11. Over the Rainbow
  12. Chicago

Additional recordings from Garland's December 30, 1968—February 1, 1969 engagement at Talk of the Town, London, England:

  • I Belong to London
  • The Man That Got Away
  • I'd Like to Hate Myself in the Morning
  • Medley:
    a) You Made Me Love You
    b) For Me and My Gal
    c) The Trolley Song

Available on JSP Records 2011 release Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings.[40]

March 25, 1969 - Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark
  1. Overture
  2. Get Happy
  3. Just in Time
  4. The Man That Got Away
  5. I'd Like to Hate Myself in the Morning
  6. For Once in My Life
  7. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
  8. Chicago
  9. Till the Clouds Roll By (with Johnnie Ray)*
  10. Am I Blue? (with Johnny Ray)*
  11. San Francisco
  12. Over the Rainbow

Available on JSP Records 2011 release Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings.[40] Songs marked with an asterisk (*) are not included on this release because they were discovered, remastered and released for the first time via the Judy Room's YouTube channel in 2017.[42]

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