Thanks to Allen for this week's homepage at the Yahoo version of The Judy Garland Experience. Here is a rundown of the new audio files posted for the group.
To access them click HERE.
Wish You Were Here. No, Judy isn't singing the great Pink Floyd song, although we kinda wish she were, this Wish You Were Here was Jack Cassidy's big number from the moderately successful Broadway show of the same name.
Starring Judy Garland, with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Possibly recorded on September 20, 1950 for broadcast on October 18, 1950.
This is the first installment of a new series. This week we feature two recordings of Judy and Liza singing a duet. One recording features them singing live in concert, the other is of the same song recorded at another concert, but includes vocal over-dubs that were recorded in the studio post-concert.
Rita Moreno let's us know that she is the kind of girl that keeps a tally.
Jon Bon Jovi tries on one of Judy's torch songs.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT
In her latest blog posting, Joan Coulson recommends that people listen to the bootleg recording of Judy Garland at Sydney Stadium May 16, 1964. Here it is.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Presents Frank "Maggio" Sinatra and Agnes "Endora" Moorehead in TO FIND HELP. Just had a thought, how great would Moorehead have been as Mrs. Danvers in Rebecca?
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
Dinah Washington on the Symphony Sid show.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
When Judy was on Martin Block's show she didn't sing live, but opted instead to let Martin play album cuts. However, when Tony Bennett was on the Block show he not only showed up with a quartet and performed live, he showed up with one of the most famous quartets of it's day.