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Here is a 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 writes a letter to her favorite movie star.
A MOMENT IN TIME
The taking of Wounded Knee, 1973.
ALBUM OF THE MONTH
"Singles only" versions of two songs from Judy's most controversial album, Gordon Jenkins pop opera for records, The Letter.
THE DAVID ROSE SHOW 1944
Judy sings an ironic song choice (considering the state of their union) on The David Rose Show, 1944.
DUET OF THE WEEK
Through the miracle of modern technology, Judy Garland and daughter Lorna Luft team up on one of the most beloved holiday songs of all time.
Joe Cocker weighs in on the matter of The Letter.
4 GIRLS 4
Judy Garland, Dinah Shore, Shirley Ross, and Ginny Simms take over control of the Command Performance program and throw zingers at each other as if they were the cast of The Women! Judy sings one of her most beloved and requested songs, Pistol Packin' Mama. Originally broadcast in October, 1944.
GIVING BACK AND PAYING FORWARD
This is the first installment of a weekly series of Judy's various charitable appearances, whether it was on radio or television, records, or in person.
First up is a PSA Judy did for The American Cancer Society in 1951.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT 1969
Judy Garland live at The Talk Of The Town, late January, 1969. Judy sings an eclectic bunch of old and new songs, mocks Richard Nixon, seduces the audience, and evokes memories of Carnegie Hall when she lets loose on the second chorus of Chicago!
JUDY'S AUDIO LETTER TO A FAN
Miss Audrey Wood is the lucky recipient of a special message and song dedication from Judy Garland, 1960.
LADY ESTHER BLODGETT THEATER
Presents Cary Grant and Rosiland Russell in TAKE A LETTER, DARLING.
Also featuring Edward Everett Horton. Originally broadcast on November 9, 1942.
REQUESTS AND RARITIES
Anything and everything.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON SPECIAL
A few moments with the great Joe Carroll
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Anita O'Day at Newport '58. Huzzahs to the radio station that captured the complete set of this legendary performance. Originally broadcast July 7, 1958.