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About the Album: One of the preeminent pleasures of Judy Garland's 1963-64 TV series came each week when the star of the show had the opportunity to sing songs she had seldom (if ever before) sung. The twenty-seven numbers on this disc are among the greatest of those performances, and most of them make their CD debut with this release.

Label: Savoy Jazz

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