Judy Garland recorded scores of singles of her hit songs for Decca Records beginning in the mid-1930s. Her first album reached number 3 on the Billboard 200. Judy at Carnegie Hall charted for 73 weeks on the Billboard chart (including 13 weeks at number one), was certified gold, and took home five Grammy Awards (including Album of the Year and Best Female Vocal Performance). Judy in London (1972). America's Treasure (1986).
Her first album, Judy at Carnegie Hall, earned Garland a Grammy for album of the year, making her the first woman to ever win this award. Around this time, Garland also received another Academy Award nomination for her role in Judgement at Nuremberg. In 1963 she starred in her own television show, entitled The Judy Garland Show. As all the awards and recognitions show, years of abuse and hardships did little to mar her talent. The pressures of her career, early childhood and experiences at MGM still haunted her; she was forever plagued with drug and alcohol addictions. After her show was cancelled in 1964, Garland had a brief stint on Broadway in 1967; however, by 1969 Garland was in London and in financial difficulties.
Listen to The Judy Garland Story : The Star Years (Mono Version) in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 1962 - BNF Collection 2014.
Judy Garland never recorded an album with a Christmas or holiday theme. Here is the best album possible, culled from her many performances of holiday songs. Due to the multiple sources, there is some variance in the quality of the sound from track to track. This digital album was first offered via the Garlands For Judy webzine in December 2012. It's offered here for anyone who wants to have a fun and thoroughly enjoyable Judy Garland Christmas album. Image from the collection of Scott Brogan.
Judy Garland/Jack Jones/Liza Minelli. 9. The Christmas Song - Judy Garland/Mel Torme. Judy Garland/Mel Torme/Jack Jones/Carolers/Liza Minelli/Tracy Everett/Joe Luft/Lorna Luft. 11. Over The Rainbow - Judy Garland. Audio CD (October 17, 1995). I wish I had my money back the album cover is the only positive aspect maybe one good song a good photo. 4 people found this helpful.
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The 1954 remake of A Star Is Born, starring Judy Garland, marked a major cinematic comeback for the actress, her first film since being dropped by MGM in 1950 and a major box-office hit that earned her an Academy Award nomination. The soundtrack album, which, in its initial release, consisted solely of Garland vocal performances (two of them, "Here's What I'm Here For" and "Lose That Long Face," cut from the film shortly after it opened), marked another kind of comeback for her.
Actress and singer Judy Garland, star of musical films like The Wizard of Oz, maintain a devoted following that still exists to this day. Learn more at Biography. Garland, the star of many classic musical films, was known for her tremendous talent and troubled life. The daughter of vaudeville professionals, she started her stage career as a child. Garland was called "Baby Gumm" and sang "Jingle Bells" at her first public performance at the age of two and a half. With her two older sisters, Susie and Jimmie, Garland soon began performing as part of the Gumm Sisters. In 1926, the Gumm family moved to California where Garland and her sisters studied acting and dancing.