Judy Garland's Alone was released in 1957. The LP was her third for Capitol Records. Garland teams up with arranger-conductor Gordon Jenkins, who adds three different backgrounds to the album: strings, orchestra alone, and orchestra with voices. Alone is a collection of tender and heartbreaking ballads centering around solitude and the blues. It is a moody album not recommended for fans of Judy Garland's more upbeat material.
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AllMusic Review by JT Griffith