Lost Tracks: 1929-1959 Box set
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This set of 103 tracks includes no less than 53 previously unreleased recordings. This is a major event. The set commences with the 2 legendary 1935 test pressings which many people didn't believe actually existed! The set continues with a mass of ultra rare and previously unreleased tracks. Judy Garland remains an iconic figure with a mass following.
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This cd is an absolute "must have" for Judy lovers and very nice for people who love fantastic quality music.
The price is more than honest too.
Thankyou to the people who "made it happen".
THANK YOU AMAZON!!!!
The other 'Worlds Greatest Entertainer' AL JOLSON called her a Miracle Of Song.
Given that he loved himself so much (and rightly so) this was indeed praise from the Master
I have many favourites here but the one that really stands out for me personally is the wonderful 'Long Ago & Far Away'. This melody just melts my heart as it was recorded live on radio during world war two and you can really sense the emotion not just from Judy but from the audience too. The duets with Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra are enchanting although I do have to tell you that the Sinatra duo has been released elsewhere with better sound.
I have recently encountered a few people who believe that Miss Garland had a limited singing range. Not so (checked it out)! Judy's voice lay somewhere between a Contralto (latterly) and an Alto which means that she sounded lower in pitch than the likes of contemporary singers like Lena Horne or Barbra Striesand who sang Soprano but her range wasn't less than theirs but just set at a slightly lower register - like Frida & Agnetha from ABBA. Judy's voice was high and lower at times but certainly no less compelling than any of her friends - Peggy Lee, Barbra Striesand, Ella Fitzgerald etc. When she got older her voice deepened and became richer, stronger, and more dynamic.Read more ›
I have always been a great fan of Judy's and remember the special night I saw her in New York in the 50s. When she came on stage I didn't recognise her - it was during her overweight days, but the moment she opened her mouth and sang I was hooked yet again.
This 4 CD set has brought back many wonderful memories and even includes her singing with her sisters as the Gumm Sisters, which is where it all began for her.
What a wonderful find - once again I am being knocked out by her performances (and, I must admit, singing along with her).
Thank you Amazon UK for having this available, and at such a reasonable price too.
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This was bought for my father's 87th Birthday and, speaking on his behalf and not actually listening to the compilation myself, he told me he was very disappointed in the first... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Denise