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Here is a rundown of the new audio files posted to
The Judy Garland Experience
for the week of May 26, 2013.
To access the files click HERE.
A JUDY MOMENT
Judy remembers and memorializes.
A MOMENT IN TIME
V-J Day, 1945
DUET OF THE WEEK
Bing Crosby and Liza Minnelli remember people and times passed.
Sassy wishes everyone a Happy Memorial Day!
JUDY BACKSTAGE 1955
Judy is interviewed backstage following her Seattle concert, and then is ambushed by the same reporter at the restaurant she went to after the show.
JUDY BACKSTAGE 1962
Judy Garland is interviewed by Bob and Betty after her late show at the Sahara.
JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT
Here is another ultra rare and compelling performance from Judy's 1968-1969 month long run at London's Talk Of The Town. You may recognize The Man That Got Away and Judy's Movie Medley, as well as a few snippets of her comments, from the JUDY. LONDON. 1969. album, but the rest the performance should be new to most of you. Sorry it isn't complete, but the moments that survived are still worth a listen.
LIVE FROM NEW YORK!
It's an All Star jam at the Royal Roost.
Featuring Lester Young, Ella Fitzgerald, and others.
MAIL CALL #19
From January 9, 1943. Groucho Marx, Betty Grable, Judy Garland, Jose Iturbi, Bill Goodwin (announcer), Phil Silvers, Rags Ragland. Judy sings, "I Never Knew," then teaches Jose to swing. Betty appears as Groucho's mother!
SUNDAY MORNING SPECIAL
Bette Midler live in Raleigh, 1972. Featuring orchestra leader Barry Manilow on keyboards and back up vocals. Recorded at the Frog And Nightgown club on February 22, 1972.
WHERE JUDY PLAYED
Unreleased recording of the second incarnation of the Rat Pack as recorded at the Sands Hotel, January, 1960. No serious singing, but loads of politically incorrect racist, sexist, and homophobic humor. One truly funny moment...Eva Marie Saint.
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