Here is a recap of the new audio files posted to the Yahoo version of The Judy Garland Experience.
To access the files click HERE.http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/thejudygarlandexperience/
A JUDY MOMENT
Oh, hell yeah! Judy's reinvent's a Jolie classic and makes it her own. December, 1950.
BARRY GRAY SHOW
Barry Gray interviews Judy Garland, July, 1967.
Judy first recorded this song in 1957. When she returned to it five years later she had something completely different to say with it.
DUET OF THE WEEK
Mamie and June go to the beach.
Accompanied by Roger Edens on the piano, Tony Martin sings this one like he means it. R.I.P. Tony Martin 1913-2012.
Judy learns a song, rehearses it, performs it for the first time before a national audience (featuring a swinging Mort Lindsay assisted chart), and then brings it back to it's roots by singing a brisk uptempo version with it's composer.
JUDY AND BING '49
Judy Garland promotes her new film, In The Good Old Summertime, on the Chesterfield Show. September, 1949.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT
Opening night at the Palace, July 31, 1967. Includes songs recorded on the 3rd and 4th nights of the run and bonus tracks not included on the original album.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Presents PEG: THE MUSICAL starring Miss Peggy Lee. This week part 2: The Teenage Years. Next week, part 3: Falling In Love!
MAIL CALL JACK BENNY
Benny plays host to Judy Garland, The Delta Rhythm Boys, and Johnny Mercer. Originally broadcast on January 5, 1944.
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
Frank Sinatra at Harrah's, 1976.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Charlie Parker at Carnegie Hall, September 25, 1954. Billie Holiday was also on the bill so we included one of her songs as a bonus track.