Judy Garland (ジュディー・ガーランド)

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Always Chasing Rainbows

Judy Garland (ジュディー・ガーランド)

基本情報

カタログNo
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5093
組み枚数
:
1
レーベル
:
Asv
オリジナル盤発売年
:
1995
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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Judy Garland (ジュディー・ガーランド)(Vocals),  Colin Brown(Compilation Producer),  Colin Brown(Remastering),  David Rose(Conductor),  Eddie Pola(Composer),  Franz Vienna(Composer),  Harry Brooks(Composer),  Irving Melsher(Composer),  James Hanley(Composer),  Jim Eaton(Composer),  Peter Gammond(Liner Notes),  Phil Duffy(Design),  Remus Harris(Composer),  Terry Shand(Composer),  Colin Brown(Compilation),  Bob Crosby & His Orchestra,  Harry Sosnik,  Victor Young & His Orchestra

商品説明

The comparatively brief copyright period for recordings in Europe can make for important rediscoveries, as archival labels assemble digital transfers from 78s of long out-of-print recordings which the companies that released them originally would never think of re-introducing into the marketplace but which have historical importance and enormous value to music fans. Britain's ASV/Living Era is a leading purveyor of such material, but its Judy Garland title Always Chasing Rainbows, the 22 tracks of which constitute just over a quarter of the masters Garland recorded for Decca Records in the '30s and '40s (none of those included coming from after 1941), is not such a valuable addition to the collections of the singer's fans, though it was more important when it was first released in 1992. Since then, the Decca masters have become readily available in the U.S. in frequent reissues in much better fidelity than the present collection, which has had its sound processing applied heavily to eliminate all those pops and crackles embedded in the old 78s, but also in such a way as to eviscerate the higher frequencies, resulting in a muffled sound. The selection and sequencing make no particular sense, jumping back and forth in time and from style to style, including some of Garland's better-known performances, but not others. Peter Gammond's liner notes are surprisingly poor, committing their first factual error in the opening sentence, which has Garland born in Michigan rather than her real birthplace of Minnesota, and then going on to repeat a number of long-discarded myths in the singer's biography. The result is not one of ASV/Living Era's better efforts, either in the value of its existence to begin with or in its actual execution. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart (02:58)
  • 02. I'm Nobody's Baby (02:54)
  • 03. Over the Rainbow (02:49)
  • 04. Embraceable You (02:53)
  • 05. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (03:00)
  • 06. In-Between (04:05)
  • 07. Stompin' at the Savoy (02:24)
  • 08. Everbody Sing (02:55)
  • 09. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm (03:06)
  • 10. Swing, Mister Charlie (03:05)
  • 11. Sleep My Baby Sleep (03:12)
  • 12. You Can't Have Everything (02:32)
  • 13. Cry Baby Cry (02:31)
  • 14. Ten Pins in the Sky (03:06)
  • 15. It Never Rains, But What It Pours (02:37)
  • 16. (Can This Be) The End of the Rainbow (03:03)
  • 17. Oceans Apart (03:09)
  • 18. Buds Won't Bud (03:05)
  • 19. F.D.R. Jones (02:29)
  • 20. I'm Just Wild About Harry (01:56)
  • 21. Our Love Affair (02:51)
  • 22. Sweet Sixteen (04:13)

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Judy Garland (ジュディー・ガーランド)

Singer/actress Judy Garland had a varied career that began in vaudeville and extended into movies, records, radio, television, and personal appearances. She is best remembered as the big-voiced star of a series of movie musicals, particularly The Wizard of Oz, in which she sang her signature song, Over the Rainbow. But unlike most other film stars of her era, she also maintained a career as a reco

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