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Judy Garland the Final Concert in Copenhagen HDTT13523

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Judy Garland the Final Concert in Copenhagen


“she is one of the truly great in show business. ... a captivating experience.”
--
Berlinske Tidende, Copenhagen (review of concert)

FIRST COMPLETE RELEASE OF JUDY GARLAND’S FINAL CONCERT IN
COPENHAGEN, MARCH 25, 1969
New restoration from original tapes With this release, HDTT celebrates the 2022 centennial of Judy Garland’s birth with the first complete release of her final public concert, which is also the first release of any live Garland concert in high-definition sound. This release is based on HDTT’s new high-definition digitizations of two independent, superior quality original recordings of the concert—a triumphant occasion fully demonstrating that she still had “it.” One recording is a set of two tapes prepared by Danmarks Radio for the subsequent broadcast of much of the concert a few days after it occurred (tapes privately owned by Lawrence Schulman, who wrote the liner notes for this release), based on that station’s live recordings made in the hall at the concert. The other recording is a high-quality tape-recorded in the hall by the hall itself (original tape privately owned by John H. Haley of Harmony Restorations, LLC, who restored the instant release for HDTT). Fortuitously, having both excellent sources available has allowed the first complete release of this concert.

 

Artist(s): Judy Garland - Vocals
duets with Johnnie Ray

Recording Info: Orchestra under the direction of Tony Osborne. Recorded live at Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, on March 25, 1969. Transfer of original tapes at 352.8 kHz, 24 bits by Robert Witrak (2022). Restoration and mastering by John H. Haley, Harmony Restorations, LLC (2022). Cover by Raphael Geroni Design. Cover photo: Judy Garland at Copenhagen concert, with Johnnie Ray at piano (photographer unknown). Grateful thanks to Lawrence Schulman for his beautifully apt notes and for much other invaluable assistance, planning and consultation, and to Kim Lundgreen for the 1969 Danish review. Booklet, compilation, restorations and remasterings: © (p) 2022 High Definition Tape Transfers, Inc., 118 Tower Hill Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada L4E 0K6. Product of Canada. All rights reserved.

This is a Monophonic Recording

01. Overture (4:18)
02. Get Happy (Ted Koehler-Harold Arlen) (3:54)
03. Just in Time (Betty Comden-Adolph Green-Jule Styne) (2:51)
04. The Man That Got Away (Ira Gershwin-Harold Arlen) (5:00)
05. I’d Like to Hate Myself in the Morning (John Meyer) (3:45)
06. For Once in My Life (Ronald Miller-Orlando Murden) (3:33)
07. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Sam M. Lewis-Joe
Young-Jean Schwartz) (2:37)
08. Over the Rainbow—orchestral interlude (2:21)
09. Chicago (Fred Fisher) (5:25)
10. Till the Clouds Roll By (P.G. Wodehouse-Jerome Kern) – duet
with Johnnie Ray (2:53)*
11. Am I Blue? (Grant Clarke-Harry Akst) – duet with Johnnie Ray (3:57)*
12. San Francisco (Gus Kahn-Bronislaw Kaper-Walter Jurmann) (3:28)
13. Over the Rainbow—orchestral interlude (2:16)
14. Over the Rainbow (E.Y. Harburg-Harold Arlen) (3:17)
(All dialog between numbers is included).
*First commercial release
Orchestra under the direction of Tony Osborne.

 

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