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Judy's "Live" Songs released on Capitol Records

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


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After You've Gone

Almost Like Being in Love

Almost Like Being in Love / This Can't Be Love

Alone Together

As Long As He Needs Me

    Words and music by Lionel Bart, 1960
    Introduced by Georgia Brown in the stage musical "Oliver!"
    Sung by Shani Wallis in the film Oliver!, 1968
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. It was recorded on or before July 16, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

Battle Hymn of the Republic

Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)

Brotherhood of Man

Chicago (That Toddling Town)

Come Rain or Come Shine

Day In - Day Out

Do It Again

Don't Rain on My Parade

    Words and music by Bob Merrill and Jule Styne, 1964
    Introduced in the stage musical "Funny Girl" by Barbra Streisand
    Performed by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli at the Palladium in London on November 8, 1964

Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words)

    Words and music by Bart Howard, 1954
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. It was recorded on or before September 20, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

Foggy Day, A

For Me and My Gal

Get Me to the Church on Time

He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

Hello, Dolly!

Hey, Look Me Over

Hooray for Love

Hooray for Love / After You've Gone / By Myself / 'S Wonderful / How About You / Lover Come Back to Me / You and the Night and the Music / It All Depends on You

How About You

How Long Has This Been Going On

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

I Wish You Love

    English lyric by Lee Wilson, music by Charles Trenet, 1946
    Popularized by Felicia Sanders
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. It was recorded September 27, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

If Love Were All

It All Depends on You

It's a Good Day

    Words and music by Peggy Lee and David Barbour, 1946
    Popularized by Peggy Lee
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. It was recorded on or before November 8, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

Jamboree Jones

    Words and music by Johnny Mercer
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. It was recorded November 30, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

Joey, Joey, Joey

Just In Time

Just You, Just Me

Make Someone Happy

Man That Got Away, The

Maybe I'll Come Back

    Words and music by Charles L. Cooke and Howard C. Jeffrey
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. Judy would routinely change the name of the "cousin" in the song. This recording features Bela Lugosi as the cousin. Recorded July 23, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

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    (Theme from Mondo Cane)
    English lyric by Norman Newell, music by Nino Oliviero and Riz Ortalani, 1963
    Introduced in the U.S. by Danny Williams
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. Recorded November 30, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

Music That Makes Me Dance, The

Never Will I Marry

Once in a Lifetime

Over the Rainbow

Party's Over, The

Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A

Purple People Eater

Puttin' On the Ritz

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

'S Wonderful

Sail Away

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1950
    Introduced by Graham Payn in the London production of the stage musical "Ace of Clubs"
    Performed by Judy Garland at Manhattan Center in New York on April 26, 1962
    See also: Master Song Index

San Francisco

Smile

Some People

Something's Coming

Stormy Weather

Swanee

That's All

    Words by Alan Brandt, music by Bob Haymes, 1952
    Popularized by Nat "King" Cole
    Though not a concert recording, this song is included here since it is a "live" performance released by Capitol Records during Judy's lifetime. Recorded October 11, 1963 by Judy Garland for her television series.
    See also: Master Song Index

That's Entertainment

This Can't Be Love

Together (Wherever We Go)

Trolley Song, The

We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together

We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together / Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight)

What Now My Love

When the Saints Go Marching In

When the Saints Go Marching In / He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

When the Saints Go Marching In / Brotherhood of Man

When the Sun Comes Out

When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)

Who Cares (As Long As You Care for Me)

You and the Night and the Music

You Go to My Head

You Made Me Love You

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

You're Nearer

Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart



This entire page contributed by Ken Larsen

(additions and corrections by Jim Johnson, October 2000 and later)


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