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Here is the rundown for this week's new audio files posted to the Yahoo version of The Judy Garland Experience. You may notice that this week's programming is Billie Holiday heavy, that's because last week we failed to note that it was Billie's birthday, and since Judy said that Lady Day was one of her favorites we decided to go all out in her honor this week.
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A JUDY MOMENT
A classic no matter when she sang it. Here is the 1955 incarnation.
A MOMENT IN TIME
"America Can't Stand Pat" The Kennedy/Nixon debate, 1960.
Judy Garland, along with Howard Keel, Ruth Roman, and Don DeFore appear on the Herb Lyons show, September, 1967.
THE DICK HAYMES SHOW
With Helen O'Connell and special guest Miss Judy Garland.
DUELING AUDIOPHILES VS LADY DAY
A patient, and sometimes bemused, Billie Holiday is interviewed by obsessive record collectors from San Francisco and New York City,
(As you will hear) when Billie Holiday appeared on the Tonight Show in the late 50's she gave Skitch Henderson and the boys a kick in the pants and got them to swing a little.
IN LIEU OF LORNA LUFT
Due to unforseen forces we were unable to bring you Lorna Luft on the At Large program as promised.
Instead, please enjoy the soothing and understanding tones of Ray Eberle.
JUDY AND JOLIE '48
Judy appears on Al Jolson's Karaft Music Hall. September 30, 1948. Also heard are Oscar Levant and Ken Carpenter.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT
Judy Garland at JFK Stadium, July 20, 1968. With Count Basie and members of his orchestra.
The original soundboard soundboard master and a first generation bootleg recording were utilized to bring you the best ever copy of this concert!
LIVE FROM NEW YORK
Billie sings one of her own compositions live at Carnegie Hall, 1947.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON SPECIAL
Billie Holiday: Oddities and rarities from the 50's.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Billie Holiday at The Metropolitan Opera House, 1944.