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Live at the Palladium

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First time on CD, this rare historic recording has never been released on compact disc anywhere in the world. This November 8, 1964 live recording before a standing room only house at London s Palladium Theater features the legendary Judy Garland, along with daughter Liza Minnelli. This album was originally released as a two album set on LP vinyl by Capitol Records in 1965, and it skyrocketed to #15 on the Billboard album chart. This concert was Garland's last appearance at the Palladium. Aside from an abridged 1973 single LP edition, this recording has never been released in its complete form on CD.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 20, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Drg
  • ASIN: B0032KNA3Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,158 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If you've only ever seen the filmed version of the 1964 Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli London Palladium concert, then this disc will be a real treat. It's a combination of two nights in the concert's run; Garland's well-known vocal problems during this time (and acutely witnessed in the filmed performance) aren't as apparent.

The concert was recorded, first and foremost, because Garland owed the Capitol label another album. The previous year had been taken up by the commitments involving her TV series, and Garland naturally didn't want to compromise her voice by overworking it on additional projects. Capitol excitedly took on the album as a "sequel-of-sorts" to her legendary live Carnegie Hall platter.

The 1964 London Palladium concert also showcased a burgeoning Liza Minnelli, only a few months before her Tony Award-winning Broadway debut in "Flora, The Red Menace". She had just released her first solo album ("Liza! Liza!") on the Capitol label, but her ability in performing for a paying concert crowd had yet to be tested. What she lacked in a fully polished performance was more than compensated by her incredible energy and unique charm. She was barely eighteen years old when "Momma" plucked her up to perform as a co-star in Garland's long awaited London return! Her songs, mostly taken from the "Liza! Liza!" album, included such great pieces as "It's Just a Matter of Time", "Gypsy in My Soul", and "The Travelin' Life". A later addition to Minnelli's set, "Pass That Peace-Pipe", came from the movie version of GOOD NEWS, and also acted within the concert as a charming throwback to the 'MGM days' of Garland. Another lively Minnelli number, "How Could You Believe Me...?
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bradly Briggs VINE VOICE on May 7, 2010
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After years of false hope, the Legendary Concert Event from the greatest ever Mother/Daughter Duo in Show Business history finally released in somewhat complete form on Compact Disc & holds up all these years later as an extraordinary event to experience over and over. A touching LiZa introduction to an enraptured London audience by Judy who is sounding very proud, teenage Liza comes out to the receptive audience giving stunning performances and clearly a new star is born at The London Palladium on that wondrous night and the love affair with English audiences continues to date. Mama Garland gave her master-class with tremendous performances that rocked & riveted the sold-out Palladium and this once-in-a-lifetime legendary event is deserving of this well thought out but long-overdue banner release! Duets are exhuberant and beautifully performed & arranged and balance between these are perfection with tremendous showstopping solo performances. Liza in strong & soulful vocal form make "Gypsy In My Soul", "The Travelin' Life" & "Who's Sorry Now" thrilling to experience while Judy sings up a storm with a riveting "What Now My Love" which has to be one of the all-time greatest performances ever from any singer & cited as definitive version by composer Gilbert Becaud. A passionate and deeply soulful vocal make "The Man That Got Away" from "A Star Is Born" masterpiece difficult to top while the deeply moving "The Music That Makes Me Dance" from "Funny Girl" is richly dramatic and a beautiful vocal...final note in the stormy almost off the track yet perfectly sung "Never Will I Marry" is incredible...classic performance of Charlie Champlin's "Smile" is moving, memorable and impossible to compare making this performance definitive.Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Martin on August 14, 2010
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I share the frustration of "Richard J. Gatton "Garland Fan #1"" regarding DRG's incomplete compliation of the Palladium concert with Judy & Liza, but there is a near COMPLETE 2-CD out there, produced in Germany. It's on the "Public Domain (A new Label of ZYX Music)" (PD 2005-2) label. It has 19 numbers (including "The Music That Makes Me Dance"). It is a beautiful transfer and well worth seeking-out. Contact me if you would like more information.
1964 Concert
Act I:
Overture: Over the Rainbow/Once in a Lifetime/Never Will
I Marry/What Now, My Love?/Liza/The Travelin' Life/
Smile/Maybe This Time/The Man That Got Away
Once in a Lifetime (Garland)
Maggie, Maggie May (Garland)
As Long As He Needs Me (Garland)(Nov. 8 only)
Just in Time (Garland)
It's Yourself (Garland)
The Travelin' Life (Minnelli)
Pass That Peace Pipe (Minnelli)(Nov. 8 only)
The Gypsy in My Soul (Minnelli)
How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Love You When
You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life? (Minnelli)
Hello, Dolly (Duet)
Together (Wherever We Go)(Duet)
Smile (Garland)
Never Will I Marry (Garland)
What Now, My Love? (Garland)(in Act II on Nov. 15)
The Man That Got Away (Garland)(in Act I on Nov. 8)
Medley: We Could Make Such Beautiful Music/The Best Is
Yet to Come/Bob White/Don't Rain on My Parade/Swanee
(in Act II on Nov. 8)(Duet)
Act II:
Medley: By Myself/Take Me Along/If I Could Be With You/
Me and My Shadow/That's Entertainment/Tea for Two/
Who?/They Can't Take That Away From Me/I Love a
Piano (Nov. 15 only (?))/Mammy)(Minnelli)
Medley: Hooray for Love/After You've Gone/By Myself/'S
Wonderful/How About You?
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