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Judy's Studio Songs released on Capitol Records

This page contains a list of all of Judy's studio-recorded songs released by Capitol Records. Her "live" recordings released by Capitol can be found on the Capitol Live Recordings page. Movie soundtrack recordings released by Capitol are listed on the Movie Songs page.


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After You've Gone

Alone Together

Among My Souvenirs

    Words by Edgar Leslie, music by Horatio Nichols, 1927
    Introduced in England by Jack Hylton and His Orchestra
    Introduced in America by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
    Cover records by Ben Selvin, The Revelers, Roger Wolfe Kahn
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February/March, 1957
      Released on LP: Alone, May 6, 1957
      Released on CD: Alone, 1989
    Recorded by Connie Francis in 1959
    Recorded by Marty Robbins in 1976

Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, 1946
    Introduced in the stage musical "St. Louis Woman" by Robert Pope
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, March 1956
      Released on LP: Judy, October 10, 1956
      Re-released on CD: Judy, 1989
    See also: Master Song Index

April Showers

At the Stroke of Midnight

Beautiful Trouble

Blue Prelude

    Words and music by Gordon Jenkins and Joe Bishop, 1931
    Introduced by Isham Jones and His Orchestra
    Popularized by Woody Herman and His Orchestra (their theme song)
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February / March 1957
      Released on LP Alone, May 6, 1957
      Released on CD Alone, 1989

Boy Next Door, The

By Myself

Carolina in the Morning

Chicago (That Toddling Town)

Come Back

Come Rain or Come Shine

Comes Once in a Lifetime

Danny Boy

Day In - Day Out

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Rube Bloom, 1939
    Popularized by Helen Ward with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra (no. 1 chart record)
    Recorded by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra
    Recorded by Frank Sinatra
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, May 19, 1958
    See also: Master Song Index

Dirty Hands, Dirty Face

Do I Love You?

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
    Introduced in the stage musical "DuBarry Was a Lady" by Ethel Merman and Ronald Graham
    Recorded by Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
    Performed by Gene Kelly in the film DuBarry Was a Lady, 1943
    Performed by Ginny Simms in the film Night and Day, 1946
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, May/June, 1958
    See also: Master Song Index

Do It Again

Down with Love

Fight, The

For Me and My Gal

Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe

Happy New Year

    Words and music by Gordon Jenkins
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February/March, 1956
      Released on LP Alone, May 6, 1957
      Released on CD Alone, 1989

Hello Bluebird

How About Me

How Long Has This Been Going On

I Am Loved

I Am the Monarch of the Sea

I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby)

    Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1928
    Introduced by Aida Ward and Willard McLean in the stage revue "Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1928"
    Popularized by Cliff Edwards (no. 1 chart record)
    Recorded by Gene Austin
    Recorded by Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson, 1936
    Recorded by Rose Murphy, 1948
    Performed by Lena Horne and Bill Robinson in the film Stormy Weather, 1943
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, May 26, 1958
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Norrie Paramor, August 8, 1960
    See also: Master Song Index

I Concentrate on You

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
    Introduced by Douglas McPhail (and danced by Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell) in the film Broadway Melody of 1940, 1940
    Popularized by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    Recorded by Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, May/June 1958

I Could Go On Singing

I Don't Care

I Feel a Song Comin' On

I Get the Blues When It Rains

I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues

    Words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen, 1932
    Introduced by Lillian Shade in the stage revue "Earl Carroll's Vanities"
    Theme song of Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra
    Recorded by Cab Calloway
    Recorded by Louis Armstrong
    Recorded by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February/March 1957
      Released on LP Alone, May 6, 1957
      Released on CD Alone, 1989
    See also: Master Song Index

I Hadn't Anyone Till You

    Words and music by Ray Noble, 1938
    Popularized by Ray Noble and His Orchestra
    Recorded by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, May 26, 1958

I Happen To Like New York

I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

I'm Old Fashioned

I've Confessed to the Breeze (I Love You)

If I Love Again

It Never Was You

It's a Great Day for the Irish

It's Lovely to Be Back in London

    Words and music by Roger Edens
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland, 1957
      Capitol Records released this recording in the U.K. on a 45 RPM record (EMI CL 14791), 1957
      Capitol Records has not yet formally released this song in the U.S.
      Released by Command Performance Records (LP-8)

It's Yourself

Judy at the Palace

Just a Memory

    Words by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1927
    Introduced in the stage musical "Manhattan Mary"
    Popularized by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
    Performed by Sheree North in the film The Best Things in Life Are Free, 1956
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February/March 1957
      Released on LP Alone, May 6, 1957
      Released on CD Alone, 1989

Just Imagine

Just You, Just Me

Land of Promises, The

Last Night When We Were Young

Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries

    Words by Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1931
    Introduced in the stage revue "George White's Scandals" by Ethel Merman
    Popularized by Rudy Vallee
    Recorded by Bing Crosby
    Recorded by Jaye P. Morgan, 1954
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, March 31, 1956
    See also: Master Song Index

Little Girl Blue

    Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1935
    Introduced by Gloria Grafton in the stage musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo"
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, February 6, 1957
    Performed by Doris Day in the film Jumbo, 1962

Love in Central Park

Love in the Village

Lucky Day

Maggie, Maggie May

Man That Got Away, The

Maybe I'll Come Back

Me and My Shadow

Mean to Me

Medley: You Made Me Love You / For Me and My Gal / The Boy Next Door / The Trolley Song

Medley: You Made Me Love You / For Me and My Gal / The Trolley Song

Memories of You

    Words by Andy Razaf, music by Eubie Blake, 1930
    Introduced by Minto Cato in the stage revue "Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1930"
    Popularized by Louis Armstrong
    Recorded by The Ink Spots
    Recorded by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
    Performed by the Benny Goodman Trio in the film The Benny Goodman Story, 1956
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle, March 26, 1956
    See also: Master Song Index

More Than You Know

My Man

    Original French title: "Mon homme"
    Words by Albert Willemetz and Jacques Charles, music by Mauruce Yvain (copyright 1920, Francis Salabert, Paris)
    Recorded and popularized by Mistinguett, 1920 and 1930
    English lyric by Channing Pollock (North American copyright 1921, Leo Feist, Inc., New York, N.Y.)
    Introduced by Fanny Brice in the stage revue "Ziegfeld Girls of 1920"
    Recorded and popularized in the U.S. by Fanny Brice, 1921
    Recorded by Ruth Etting, 1927
    Performed by Fanny Brice in the film My Man, 1928
    Performed by Fanny Brice in the film The Great Ziegfeld, 1936
    Recorded by Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson, 1938
    Performed by Alice Faye in the film Rose of Washington Square, 1939
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland as part of the Judy at the Palace medley
    Performed by Barbra Streisand in the film Funny Girl, 1968
    Performed by Diana Ross in the film Lady Sings the Blues, 1972
    See also: Master Song Index

Old Devil Moon

Over the Rainbow

Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A

Puttin' On the Ritz

Red Balloon, The

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby (With a Dixie Melody)

San Francisco

Shine On, Harvest Moon

Some of These Days

Stormy Weather

Swanee

Sweet Danger

That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More

That's Entertainment

Then You've Never Been Blue

    Words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by Ted Fiorito, 1935
    Introduced by Frances Langford in the film Every Night at Eight, 1935
    Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins, March 16, 1957
      Never released on record
      Released on CD Alone, 1989

There's Only One Union

This Is It

Trolley Song, The

While We're Young

Who Cares (As Long As You Care for Me)

Why Was I Born?

Worst Kind of Man, The

Yes

You Go to My Head

You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)

You'll Never Walk Alone

Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart

This entire page contributed by Ken Larsen
(additional information added by Jim Johnson)


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