The double-CD set includes the same track order as the original 1961 LP release. According to producers, the new JSP release captures Garland's performance as heard on the original 1961 mono release. JSP is also planning to announce a U.S. release date for the album in the coming weeks.
JSP previously released the four-disc collection "Judy Garland – Lost Tracks" in 2010. JSP Records head John Stedman produced the album.
The original Grammy-winning album, which preserves one of Garland's most triumphant concert appearances, includes such signature songs as "The Man That Got Away," "Come Rain or Come Shine," "That's Entertainment" and "Over the Rainbow."
"Judy at Carnegie Hall," recorded by Capitol Records on April 23, 1961, earned five Grammy Awards and spent 95 weeks on the charts (13 of which were in the No. 1 slot).
The JSP release has new liner notes by Scott Brogan. Peter Rynston remastered from the original LP, with Andrew Aitken designing the artwork.