Judy Garland’s ‘Garland at the Grove’ is a live album recorded on August 5, 1958 with Freddy Martin and his Orchestra and released in 1959 By Capitol.
Track Listing : 1.Garland Overture: The Trolley Song/Over The Rainbow/The Man That Got Away (Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin)/(Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg)/(Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin) – 03:39 . 2.When You’Re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) (Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay) – 03:19 . 3.Day In, Day Out (Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer) – 03:11 . 4.I Can’T Give You Anything But Love (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mchugh) – 05:02 . 5.Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (James F. Hanley) – 04:10 . 6.Purple People Eater (Sheb Wooley) – 03:39 . 7.Medley: You Made Me Love You/For Me And My Gal/The Trolley Song (Joseph Mccarthy, James V. Monaco, Roger Edens)/(George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz) – 05:21 . 8.Do It Again (George Gershwin, Buddy Desylva) – 03:47 . 9.When The Sun Comes Out (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 03:11 . 10.Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Sam M. Lewis, Fred Schwartz, Joe Young) – 02:51 . 11.Over The Rainbow (Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg) – 05:01 . 12.After You’Ve Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton) – 02:31 . 13.A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow (Roger Edens, Traditional) – 02:41 . 14.Swanee (Irving Caesar, George Gershwin) – 02:49
Musicians : Judy Garland – Vocals . Freddy Martin – Conductor
Production : Produced By Judy Garland . Freddy Martin
Arrangements : Freddy Martin
Recorded On August 5, 1958.
Released In 1959 By Capitol.
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