Judy Garland – The Amsterdam Concert CD Track Listing Posted

First Hand Records has posted the track listing for their upcoming 2CD release of “Judy Garland – The Amsterdam Concert

Judy Garland in AmsterdamCD1

[1]  Judy Garland interviewed by Nikko van Fleet

[2]  Male dialogue

[3]  Orchestral Number

[4]  Ageeth Scherphuis announcement

[5]  Orchestral Introduction

[6]  Norrie Paramor interviewed by Ageeth Scherpius

[7]  Garland Overture

[8]  When You’re Smiling
(words and music by Larry Shay, Mark Fisher and Joe Goodwin; special material and vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[9]  Medley
(vocal arrangement by Roger Eden):
       i. Almost Like Being in Love
       (words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe)
       ii. This Can’t Be Love
       (words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rogers)

[10]  Talk – ‘It’s lovely to be here in Amsterdam…

[11]  Do it Again
(words by B.G. [George Gard “Buddy”] DeSylva, music by George Gershwin; vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[12]  Talk – Paris hairdresser story

[13]  You Go to My Head
(words by Haven Gillespie, music by J. Fred Coots)

[14]  Talk – ‘I wonder what all the people listening to the radio are thinking…

[15]  Alone Together
(words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz)

[16]  Talk – ‘I’m known, if I’m known at all…

[17]  Who Cares?
(words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin)

[18]  Talk – ‘The next starts with a moan…

[19]  Puttin’ On the Ritz
(words and music by Irving Berlin)

[20]  Talk – ‘I think the next is a sort of strip-tease tempo…

[21]  How Long Has This Been Going On?
(words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin)

[22]  Just You, Just Me
(words by Raymond Klages, music by Jesse Greer)

[23]  The Man That Got Away
(words by Ira Gershwin, music by Harold Arlen)

[24]  San Francisco
(words by Gus Kahn, music by Bronislau Kaper and Walter Jurmann; special material introduction and vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[25]  Talk – ‘I could stay here for a week…

[26]  Sid Luft interviewed by Ageeth Scherphuis

Judy Garland in AmsterdamCD2                        

[1]  That’s Entertainment
(words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz)

[2]  I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
(words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh)

[3]  Talk – ‘Now you know you can’t get any attractive pictures from there…

[4]  Come Rain or Come Shine
(words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen; vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[5]  Talk – ‘I ran out of breath on the last note…

[6]  You’re Nearer
(words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rogers)

[7]  Talk – ‘There’s another nice song…

[8]  If Love Were All
(words and music by Noël Coward)

[9]  Talk – ‘Shall we go on with this nonsense…

[10]  A Foggy Day (in London Town)
(words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin)

[11]  Talk – ‘We had about twenty stagehands in Paris…

[12]  Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
(words and music by James F. “Jimmy” Hanley)

[13]  Talk – ‘I can hear a marvellous woman off there…

[14]  Stormy Weather
(words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen)

[15]  Medley
(vocal arrangement by Roger Edens):
         i. You Made Me Love You
         (words by Joseph McCarthy, music by Jimmy Monaco)
         ii. For Me and My Gal
         (words by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz, music by George W. Meyer)
         iii. The Trolley Song
         (words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane)

[16]  Rock-a-Bye Your Baby (with a Dixie Melody)
(words by Sam W. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz)

[17]  Bows

[18]  Talk – ‘Thank you very, very much…

[19]  Over the Rainbow
(words by Edgar “Yipsel” Harburg, music by Harold Arlen)

[20]  Talk – ‘You know we don’t have too many orchestrations…

[21]  Swanee
(words by Irving Caesar, music by George Gershwin; vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[22]  Announcers

[23]  Talk – ‘I think it’s rather beastly to keep coming on and going off…

[24]  It’s a Great Day for the Irish (false start)

[25]  It’s a Great Day for the Irish
(words and music by Roger Edens)

[26]  Announcers

[27]  Talk – ‘I don’t know what we can do…

[28]  After You’ve Gone
(words and music by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton; vocal arrangement by Roger Edens)

[29]  Talk – ‘I think we’re going to have to just do one of them over again…

[30]  San Francisco

[31]  Talk – ‘God bless you and goodnight…

Judy Garland vocals
Jos Cleber’s Cosmopolitan Orchestra
conducted by Norrie Paramor

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Comments
3 Responses to “Judy Garland – The Amsterdam Concert CD Track Listing Posted”
  1. Mary Lou says:

    Can’t wait for this release!

  2. Jay says:

    Very exciting. It will be particularly nice to have “Over the Rainbow” included.

  3. l says:

    cccccccccccccccccccoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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