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Live at the Palladium
Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli
Live at the Palladium
Genres: Pop, Broadway & Vocalists
 
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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 th...  more »

     
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All Artists: Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli
Title: Live at the Palladium
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Drg
Original Release Date: 1/1/2010
Re-Release Date: 4/20/2010
Genres: Pop, Broadway & Vocalists
Style: Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 021471912623, 021471912623

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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.
 

CD Reviews

There is a more complete concert CD set out there!
Thomas Martin | USA | 08/14/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)

"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?/Lover, Come Back to Me/
You and the Night and the Music/It All Depends on You
(Duet)
Make Someone Happy (Garland)
Joey, Joey, Joey (Garland)
The Man That Got Away (Garland)(in Act I on Nov. 15)
The Music That Makes Me Dance (Garland)
It's Just a Matter of Time (Minnelli)
I'm All I've Got (Minnelli)
If I Were in Your Shoes (Minnelli)
What Now, My Love? (Garland)(in Act I on Nov. 8)
Medley: Johnny One Note (Nov. 15 only)/Get Happy
- Happy Days Are Here Again/When the Saints Go
Marchin' In - Brotherhood of Man/He's Got the Whole
World in His Hands/Battle Hymn of the Republic (Duet)
(Nov. 8 only)
Encores:
Rock-a-bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody (Garland)
Who's Sorry Now? (Minnelli)
Swanee (in Act I on Nov. 8)(Duet)
Chicago (Duet on Nov. 8)(Garland solo on Nov. 15)
Over the Rainbow (Garland)
San Francisco (Duet)
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1965 LP
Side 1:
Overture: Over the Rainbow/
Never Will I Marry/What Now,
My Love?/Liza/The Travelin' Life/
Smile/The Man That Got Away
The Man That Got Away (Garland)
The Travelin' Life (Minnelli)
Gypsy in My Soul (Minnelli)
Hello, Dolly (Duet)
Together (Wherever We Go)(Duet)
Medley: We Could Make Such
Beautiful Music Together/Bob
White (Duet)
Side 2:
Medley: Hooray For Love/After
You've Gone/By Myself/'S
Wonderful/How About You?/You
and the Night and the Music/
Who's Sorry Now? (Duet)
Who's Sorry Now?
Smile (Garland)
How Could You Believe Me When I
Said I Love You When You Know
I've Been a Liar All My Life?
(Minnelli)
What Now, My Love? (Garland)
Side 3:
Medley: Take Me Along/If I Could
Be With You/Tea For Two/Who?/
They Can't Take That Away From
Me/By Myself/Take Me Along/
Mammy (Minnelli)
Make Someone Happy (Garland)
Pass That Peace Pipe (Minnelli)
The Music That Makes Me Dance
(Garland)
Medley: When the Saints Go
Marching In/He's Got the Whole
World in His Hands (Duet)
Side 4:
Never Will I Marry (Garland)
Encores:
Swanee (Duet)
Chicago (Duet)
Over the Rainbow (Garland)
San Francisco (Duet)
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Excellent Nostalgia
Music Lover | 05/28/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Judy and Liza recorded at the Palladium 44 years ago. Why it took so long to be able to have this concert on CD is anybody's guess as it's a very important part of entertainment history. Such concerts we shall never be able to hear, live or on recording, again. They just aren't performed anymore. When listening it really does send shivers up the spine if you're a diehard fan, especially if you were around to experience such things back in those days. It's not just the talent, but the music, the sound and the audience acceptance which made it all so wonderful. As for the performers, anything Judy Garland did was just incredible, no matter what her mood or condition. In his notes Will Friedwald states that "her voice tires as the show goes on". Indeed it does but that matters not one whit. She still weaved her magic, as she always did. As for Liza, she was only 17/18 and the inevitable immaturity shows. To quote Will again, whe was "...both asset and liability...". How true. Often she sounds particulalry shrill. I can only conclude she felt she had to work extra hard and was overstriving for effect. But that is a minor carp. I believe a double CD version of the concert, which presumably includes patter between numbers and probably other relevant bits and pieces,is also available. It's not necessary to buy that, unless you are a completist. This single CD has it all."