Judy and I: My Life With Judy Garland An Interview with Joey Luft and John Kimble By Bill Biss One of the most instantly recognizable motion picture stars of all time is Judy Garland as “Dorothy” in The Wizard of Oz. The role would bring her eternal fame and lead to a career that lasted … Continue reading
After a computer “malfunction” the latest issue of “Garlands for Judy” is finally here. Enjoy, and thanks for your patience! Download the high-quality print-ready PDF here. Download the “web friendly” PDF here. A few sample pages: Check out The Judy Room’s “Garlands for Judy” page for this and previous issues.
Garlands for Judy – Summer 2016 The latest issue of “Garlands for Judy” is here. As always, it’s free! And as always, it’s full of interesting articles and photos. Click on the link above or images to download your copy. Enjoy! Table of Contents: Latest News I Could Go On Singing on Blu-Ray ARSC … Continue reading
ARSC Reviews of the “Miss Show Business”- “Judy at Carnegie Hall” – “Judy and Liza at the Palladium” – “The Wizard of Oz” vinyl releases
ARSC Journal XLVII / i 2016. © Association for Recorded Sound Collections 2016. All rights reserved. Printed in USA. Republished at The Judy Room with permission. Judy Garland: Miss Show Business. Capitol/UMe (Universal Music Enterprises) B0023187-01 (1 LP). Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli: Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli “Live” at the London Palladium. Capitol/UMe (Universal … Continue reading
ARSC Journal XLVII / i 2016. © Association for Recorded Sound Collections 2016. All rights reserved. Printed in USA. Republished at The Judy Room with permission. This review was first published in the Spring 2016 issue of the ARSC Journal (Volume 47, No. 1). The paper edition of the ARSC Journal can be purchased at … Continue reading
After a bit of a delay, The Judy Room’s “2015 Year In Review” is now available. 60 lavishly illustrated pages highlight the major Judy Garland events and products of 2015. Enjoy! Download the Print Ready version here! (76 megs) Download the smaller file sized web (mobile device) -friendly version here! (36 megs)
Rick Smith is a long-time record collector. He has stated about his “Lose That Long Face” lacquer featuring Judy Garland and Monette Moore that “These acetates are the kind made of an aluminum core with a durable black lacquer coating, not the ones made of soft wax or brittle shellac. I’m a longtime collector of … Continue reading