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Here is the rundown of the new audio files posted to the
Yahoo version of The Judy Garland Experience™
To access the files click HERE.
A JUDY MOMENT
Judy (with a children's chorus) recorded this special song for a United Nations all star album after her 2:30 A.M. show at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas. The kids might sound a little sluggish, but Judy goes at the song full throttle and produces an inspired performance.
DUET OF THE WEEK
Jackie Paris and Ann Marie Moss want to hip us to their Saturday night tradition.
Judy Garland's personal message to New York.
GOTTA GET OUT AND VOTE
Judy is delightfully non bi-partisan as she sings "Now we're on the right track...right behind the president...the track ahead is clear now let's keep the engines humming. Don't change the engineer now cause a new world special is a-coming."
HOPE IN BLOOM
Judy displays a talent for dialects while performing sketch comedy with Bob Hope, and then she takes one home with Skinny Ellis and the boys.
JUDY DOWN UNDER
Judy Garland promotes her upcoming concerts.
Sydney, May 11, 1964.
JUDY IN CONCERT
The concert segment from Judy's 1962 television special.
KENNEDY AT NIGHT
Lois Nettleton and Mickey Deans discuss Judy Garland on late night Chicago television.
KRAFT MUSIC HALL
Starring Judy Garland and Al Jolson
September 30, 1948.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Judy Garland is Alice Adams in this radio adaptation of the Booth Tarkington novel.
Originally broadcast on November 5, 1950.
Please note that this version has seriously upgraded sound quality compared to copies posted here in the past.
MEMORIES OF A FLIGHT ATTENDANT
A gossipy Stewardess recalls serving Judy Garland and her Hairdresser in the early 60's.
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
Anything and everything.
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
A few moments with the sublime Carol Sloane.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
The great Lady Day, Billie Holiday, live at the Shrine Auditorium.
Judy Garland portraying Alice Adams for NBC radio listeners, November 5, 1950.