This live album is a composite of two historic concerts given by Judy Garland and her daughter Liza Minnelli at the London Palladium on November 8 and 15, 1964. Initially released on a double LP, it was later abridged and reissued on a single LP, and briefly on CD in severely abridged form in 1993 (Curb Records).
Liza Minnelli and Judy Garland). Henry Katzman; Robert Sour, Johnny Mercer; Bernard Hanighen. 9. "Medley: Hooray For Love, After You've Gone, By Myself, 'S Wonderful, How About You, Lover, Come Back to Me, You and the Night and the Music, It All Depends On You" (Liza Minnelli and Judy Garland). Harold Arlen; Leo Robin, Turner Layton; Henry Creamer, Arthur Schwartz; Howard Dietz, George Gershwin; Ira Gershwin, Burton Lane; Ralph Freed, Sigmund Romberg; Oscar Hammerstein II, Arthur Schwartz; Howard Dietz, Ray Henderson; Buddy G. DeSylva; Lew. Retrieved July 22, 2013. Billboard Magazine - Top LP's. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. November 6, 1965, . 2.
Garland at the Grove. Judy at Carnegie Hall. Judy Garland Live! "Live" at the London Palladium. At Home at the Palace - Opening Night. Este artigo sobre um álbum de Liza Minnelli é um esboço.
Naturally, the album is far more Judy-oriented than vice versa, as Liza was her guest star and not the other way around. You can feel both the airs of competitiveness between the two, yet in other moments, nothing more than mutual love between mother and daughter. I personally feel as though this point in particular contributes strongly to just why this particular album is so gripping and intriguing. Their description reads: Almost 40 years to the date after Judy Garland's death, and 45 years after it was recorded, 'Judy Garland & Liza Minnelli: Live at the London Palladium' is finally coming out on CD! This is the complete, restored concert, remastered and annotated under the careful ears and eyes of Garland/Minnelli expert Scott Schechter.
She is the daughter of Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli. She is of Italian and mixed European descent. Later that year, she performed "Losing My Mind" live at the Grammys ceremony before receiving a Grammy Legend Award (the first Grammy Legend Awards were issued in 1990 to Minnelli, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Smokey Robinson, and Willie Nelson) .
Live at the London Palladium was a Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli concert recording taken from shows in November 1964. Welcome as this may be, however, neither singer is heard at her best here. At 42, Garland was entering the last phase of her difficult life, and while she rouses herself now and then, her singing can be mannered and out-of-breath, her diction sometimes slurred. If she is noticeably past her peak, however, her 18-year-old daughter is nowhere near hers. Minnelli had recently released her debut LP, Liza! Liza!, when she appeared with her mother.