Song artist 298 - Judy Garland

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Judy Garland Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Judy Garland.A list of the hit albums by Judy Garland is also available. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

Despite being the singer of the second most successful song, appearing twice in the top 5 artists of the year and having two songs win the Oscar, Judy Garland ends up with a rather low position.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Judy Garland Over the Rainbow 1939 UK Sheet Music 1 for 4 weeks - Apr 1940, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Mar 1940 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 1 of 1939, Oscar in 1939 (film 'The Wizard of Oz'), Grammy Hall of Fame in 1981 (1939), AFI 1, POP 1 of 1939, RIAA 1, Music Imprint 1 of 1930s, ASCAP song of 1938, DMDB 3 (1939), nuTsie 3 of 1930s, US Billboard 5 - 1939 (12 weeks), Europe 5 of the 1930s (1939), Your Hit Parade 19 of 1939, Scrobulate 71 of vocal, WXPN 269, Acclaimed 497 (1939), Visconti song of 1939, RYM 1 of 1939
2 Judy Garland The Trolley Song 1944 Your Hit Parade 1 of 1944, US invalid BB 2 of 1944, POP 2 of 1944, Oscar in 1944 (film 'Meet Me in St. Louis') (Nominated), US Billboard 4 - Nov 1944 (8 weeks), US 1940s 4 - Dec 1944 (4 weeks), DDD 25 of 1944, AFI 26, RYM 12 of 1944
3 Judy Garland On the Atchison, Topeka & the Santa Fe 1945 Australia 1 for 2 months - Aug 1946, Oscar in 1946 (film 'The Harvey Girls'), US Billboard 10 - Oct 1945 (1 week), US 1940s 10 - Sep 1945 (1 week)
4 Judy Garland I'm Nobody's Baby 1940 US Billboard 3 - 1940 (12 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Aug 1940 (10 weeks), Your Hit Parade 23 of 1940, DDD 72 of 1940, Brazil 99 of 1941
5 Judy Garland The Man That Got Away 1954 Oscar in 1954 (film 'A Star Is Born') (Nominated), AFI 11, UK 18 - Jun 1955 (2 weeks), US Billboard 22 - Aug 1954 (4 weeks), Your Hit Parade 22 of 1954
6 Judy Garland Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart 1943 Your Hit Parade 1 of 1943, US Billboard 22 - 1943 (1 week), DDD 45 of 1943, RYM 15 of 1943
7 Judy Garland (Dear Mr Gable) You Made Me Love You 1937 Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1937), RYM 10 of 1937
8 Judy Garland Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 1944 DDD 16 of 1944, US Billboard 27 - Dec 1944 (1 week), AFI 76, RYM 8 of 1944
9 Judy Garland It's a Great Day for the Irish 1941 Australia 1 for 2 months - Oct 1941
10 Judy Garland A Journey to a Star 1944 UK 40s Sheet Music 7 - May 1944 (3 weeks), US Billboard 25 - Mar 1944 (1 week)
11 Judy Garland No Love No Nothin' 1944 UK 40s Sheet Music 3 - Jun 1944 (2 weeks)
12 Judy Garland How About You 1942 Oscar in 1942 (film 'Babes on Broadway') (Nominated)
13 Judy Garland Meet Me in St Louis 1944 US Billboard 22 - Dec 1944 (1 week), RYM 20 of 1944
14 Judy Garland This Heart Of Mine 1941 UK 40s Sheet Music 11 - Jul 1941 (12 weeks)
15 Judy Garland Chin Up! Cheerio! Carry On! 1942 UK 40s Sheet Music 12 - Jul 1942 (1 week)
16 Judy Garland This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) 1945 US Billboard 22 - May 1945 (1 week)
17 Judy Garland You'll Never Walk Alone 1946 US Billboard 21 - Jun 1946 (1 week)
18 Judy Garland Send My Baby Back To Me 1953 US CashBox 25 - May 1953 (5 weeks)
19 Judy Garland Without a Memory 1953 US Billboard 29 - Jul 1953 (1 week)
20 Judy Garland Get Happy 1950 AFI 61
21 Judy Garland Rock-A-Bye Your Baby (With a Dixie Melody) 1961 Canada 12 - Oct 1961 (9 weeks)
22 Judy Garland The Jitterbug 1939 RYM 1 of 1939
23 Judy Garland You Can't Have Everything 1937 RYM 10 of 1937
24 Judy Garland Stompin' at the Savoy 1936 RYM 68 of 1936
25 Judy Garland Swing Mr Charlie 1936 RYM 68 of 1936
26 Judy Garland All God's Chillun' Got Rhythm 1937 RYM 51 of 1937
27 Judy Garland Everybody Sing 1937 RYM 51 of 1937
28 Judy Garland Ten Pins in the Sky 1938 RYM 19 of 1938
29 Judy Garland It Never Rains But What It Pours 1938 RYM 19 of 1938
30 Judy Garland Swanee 1940 RYM 19 of 1940
31 Judy Garland Embraceble You 1940 RYM 19 of 1940
32 Judy Garland Fascinating Rhythm 1943 RYM 15 of 1943
33 Judy Garland The Boy Next Door 1944 RYM 8 of 1944
34 Judy Garland Boys & Girls Like You & Me 1944 RYM 12 of 1944
35 Judy Garland Skip To My Lu 1944 RYM 20 of 1944
36 Judy Garland Don't Rain On My Parade unknown Scrobulate 3 of vocal
37 Judy Garland Purple People Eater unknown Scrobulate 72 of vocal

In addition to the above listed songs Judy Garland also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Judy Garland & Gene Kelly For Me & My Gal 1943 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2010 (1942), US Billboard 3 - 1943 (21 weeks), US 1940s 3 - Mar 1943 (9 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 4 - Apr 1943 (8 weeks), Your Hit Parade 11 of 1942, Brazil 49 of 1943, DDD 64 of 1942
2 Judy Garland & Gene Kelly When You Wore a Tulip & I Wore a Big Red Rose 1942 UK 40s Sheet Music 3 - May 1943 (14 weeks), US Billboard 19 - 1942 (1 week)
3 Bing Crosby & Judy Garland Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk) 1945 US Billboard 5 - May 1945 (7 weeks), DDD 83 of 1945
4 Judy Garland & Dick Haymes For You, For Me, Forevermore 1947 US Billboard 19 - Jan 1947 (1 week)

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26 Jun 2014

Pre-1955 LPs

Oh, that's interesting that you say there was no LP chart prior to 1955 as I have read that there was an LP chart in 1944 or 45. I remember The Nat King Cole Trio appearing at number 1 in the very first US LP chart and Judy Garland's album "Meet Me in St. Louis" appearing at number 3. Perhaps this was A chart but not the later, official Billboard chart

You are right, what we meant was that there was no regular album chart that was compiled with a reliable source of data. Strictly there were, of course, no "LP chart" before 1948 since the first true LP was only released on 21 June 1948 by Columbia Records.

Billboard did publish some occasional album charts before 1955


25 Jan 2013

Judy Garland Chart Hits

Hi. Where can I find information about Judy Garland hit LPs that charted before 1955?

The first true album charts only started in 1956 (in both the US and UK). So there really were no LPs that "charted" before 1955.