Here is a recap of the new audio files posted to the yahoo version of The Judy Garland Experience for the week of July 1, 2012..
To access the files click HERE.
A JUDY MOMENT
Happy Independence Day!
Act 2 of The Rainbow That Got Away, a 1983 radio documentary. Loads of music and recollections from Garland associates.
DUET OF THE WEEK
Elton John and Mary J. Blige. Mary be gettin' down!
You can tell that Judy is singing this one straight from her heart.
69 years ago today, July 1, 1943, Judy Garland, accompanied by Andre Kostelanetz and his orchestra, made her concert debut to much acclaim and to a capacity crowd at Philadelphia's Robin Hood Dell (an additional fifteen thousand loitered outside the venue in an attempt to at least "hear" Judy sing). Unfortunately we don't have the concert, but here is a radio show that Garland and Kostelanetz performed on three days later, the Pause That Refreshes program. Originally broadcast on July 4, 1943.
The '62 special as it was originally broadcast. Includes introductions, commercials, and musical breaks and intros not included on the VHS and DVD presentations of the program.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Presents JUDY GARLAND and John Hodiak in the radio production of THE CLOCK.
LUCILLE BALL'S MAIL CALL
Starring Kay Thompson, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Laurel And Hardy, and others. Originally broadcast on November 24, 1943.
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
A few moments with Bill Henderson
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Miss Peggy Lee performs at the Academy Awards.