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Here is a rundown of the new audio files posted to the Yahoo version of
The Judy Garland Experience.
You might notice that this week we are throwing a casual salute to
the original members of the Holmby Hills Rat Pack.
If you root around in the folders you might find a rarity or two....or ten!
There is also a preview of an upcoming feature focussing on the music of Garland's MGM years. The preview folder contains a never heard before recording of Garland's daughter, Lorna Luft, singing one of her mother's hit songs from Andy Hardy Meets Debutante.
To access the files click HERE.
A JUDY MOMENT
That Judy, she sure was a sentimental sap.
A MOMENT IN TIME
The kidnapping of Frank Sinatra Jr, 1963.
Lorna Luft sings one of her mother's big hits from Andy Hardy Meets Debutante. This is part of an upcoming all star salute to Judy's MGM years.
DUET OF THE WEEK
Judyish Garland and Dean Martin have got it bad. Let's hope baby makes it home soon.
Judy sings one for Dean.
Recorded at the Friars Club salute to Dean Martin, 1959.
JUDY AND FRANK
Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra sit in for Danny Kaye on his Pabst Blue Ribbon show. Originally broadcast on October 5, 1945.
JUDY AND THE BOYS
Judy sings with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT
The Rat Pack Live In Long Beach '55. Judy Garland, Sammy Davis, Dean Martin, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra, Michael Romanoff, and more stars than there are in the heavens.
JUDY WITH FRANK AND DEAN: THE '62 SPECIAL
The complete and uncut audio track from the original local airing in Portland.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Presents Rat Pack royalty, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, in Sailor Is A Wealthy Widow. Originally broadcast in 1951.
LIVE FROM NEW YORK
Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra had an impromptu reunion at the Manhattan Center in 1955, and WNEW was there to capture it.
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
Anything and everything.
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
Dean Martin live in Chicago.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Frank Sinatra at the Newport Jazz Festival, July 4, 1965.