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Judy At The Palace


Download links and information about Judy At The Palace by Judy Garland. This album was released in 1951 and it belongs to Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 55:36 minutes.

Artist: Judy Garland
Release date: 1951
Genre: Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 14
Duration: 55:36
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No. Title Length
1. Chorus Intro 1:46
2. Call The Press 2:36
3. Judy At The Palace Medley 7:33
4. Rockabye Your Baby 3:49
5. Judy's Olio 8:59
6. Chorus 1:20
7. Get Happy 3:50
8. A Couple Of Swells 4:24
9. Love 3:12
10. A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow 4:35
11. Liza 3:58
12. Auld Lang Syne (Audience) 1:19
13. After You've Gone 3:02
14. Over The Rainbow 5:13



In late 1951, to commemorate Judy Garland's comeback engagement at The Palace Theater in New York, Decca Records rushed out this deceptively titled compilation. The cover copy read, "Judy Garland singing songs she made famous," but it still would have been easy for the unwary consumer to assume that the album was made up of newly recorded performances from The Palace instead of what it actually contained, studio recordings made between 1937 and 1944. The disc led off with two of her signature songs, the modified version of "You Made Me Love You" that helped establish her film career and "Over the Rainbow," which made her a star when she sang it in The Wizard of Oz. Next up were two songs from Meet Me in St. Louis, the title track and "The Trolley Song," a Top Five hit for the singer in 1944. These were followed by the two related songs — "In Between" and "Sweet Sixteen" — both reflections on childhood written for her by Roger Edens and originally released on either side of a single in 1940. And the album ended with Garland's two recorded duets with Gene Kelly from their 1942 film For Me and My Gal, including the Top Five title tune. It wasn't a bad brief summation of Garland's career at Decca, but the attempt to hoodwink record buyers and cash in on Garland's resurgence was deplorable.