Bob Hope Show: Guest Star Judy Garland (Original Staging) – Bob Hope Show

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Bob Hope Show: Guest Star Judy Garland (Original Staging)

Bob Hope Show

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 0.99

Publish Date: February 8, 2007

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Judy Dyble, Singer in Fairport Convention and Beyond, Dies at 71

Her crystalline soprano drew on folk tradition, but she also embraced psychedelia and progressive rock.
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Judy & Punch – Mirrah Foulkes

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Judy & Punch

Mirrah Foulkes

Genre: Independent

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: April 24, 2020

In the anarchic town of Seaside, nowhere near the sea, puppeteers Judy and Punch are trying to resurrect their marionette show. The show is a hit due to Judy's superior puppeteering but Punch's driving ambition and penchant for whisky lead to an inevitable tragedy that Judy must avenge.

© © 2018 Seaside Production Pty Ltd, Vice Media LLC and Screen Australia and Create NSW

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The Opie Radio Show, Theo Von, Doug Benson, Gerry Cooney, Judy Gold, October 7, 2016 – Opie Radio

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The Opie Radio Show, Theo Von, Doug Benson, Gerry Cooney, Judy Gold, October 7, 2016

Opie Radio

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 2.99

Publish Date: October 7, 2016

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EXCLUSIVE: Dior Men’s Show to Pay Tribute to Judy Blame

PARIS — For his fall 2020 men’s show for Dior, Kim Jones is breaking his recent streak of artist collaborations. Instead, the collection will pay tribute to Judy Blame through the prism of the French fashion house’s codes.
Jones met the British stylist, jeweler and art director when he was just 16, and found Blame’s work hugely influential. The two worked together on accessories when Jones was at Louis Vuitton, and in the years leading to Blame’s death in 2018, they were collaborating on a book of his work.
“Judy was one of the most key people that I met when I was very young. We were friends — not close friends, but he was someone I hugely admired,” Jones said.
Blame emerged from the London club scene of the early Eighties alongside fellow creatives like John Galliano, Leigh Bowery and Derek Jarman. A member of the House of Beauty and Culture collective, he began styling for Ray Petri, founder of the Buffalo movement, and creating his signature magpie jewelry for editorials.
Blame subsequently styled celebrities such as Neneh Cherry, Björk, Boy George, Kylie Minogue and Massive Attack, and collaborated with brands including Comme des Garçons, Giles Deacon, Marc Jacobs and Moschino.

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Judy – Rupert Goold

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Rupert Goold

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: September 27, 2019

The showbiz legend, Judy Garland arrives in London to perform her final concerts. After working for 45 of her 47 years, she is haunted by memories of a childhood lost to Hollywood and longs to be back home with her kids.

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Judy Collins – Love Letter To Sondheim – Unknown

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Judy Collins – Love Letter To Sondheim


Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: February 17, 2017

A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim" filmed in May 2016 at The Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver, CO. Collins will take the audience through Sondheim's remarkable treasure-trove of music, interweaving stories of Broadway with her personal anecdotes. "I have loved the songs and the shows of Stephen Sondheim since recording "Send in the Clowns" in my album Judith in 1974. My version of the great Sondheim ballad has garnered a Grammy, the top ten slot in Billboard twice in a decade, and is still played on the radio all over the world. Ever since the success of "Send in the Clowns" I have longed to sing the rest of Sondheim's greatest songs. Now, I have the opportunity do to that. These songs glow with familiarity and inhabit the rooms and vistas of all our lives, scenes and melodies from "Little Night Music," "Sweeney Todd," "Sundays in the Park with George," "Company," "Merrily We Roll Along" and "Into the Woods." I pray to do justice to these great songs, and to their composer, one of our National Treasures, Stephen Sondheim." -Judy Collins' All orchestrations are by Jonathan Tunick, who has been orchestrating Stephen Sondheim's musicals for decades. Tunicks's orchestration was used by Collins for "Send in the Clowns, " bring Sondheim his only chart topping song in his esteemed history. Collins is joined on the program by the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Glen Cortese.

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Judge Judy Reveals Birthday Gift She Got from Her Husband

Judge Judy’s birthday wish list was a little steep for her husband, but she says he did his best — and, let’s be real … she can easily buy anything she wants, anyway. We got JJ and her hubs, fellow jurist Jerry Sheindlin, Monday at the Montage…


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Homecoming – Judy Carpenter

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Judy Carpenter

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.90

Release Date: October 5, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Judy Carpenter

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Judy Garland film ‘Judy’ was a ‘celebration’ -Zellweger

Renee Zellweger attends the ‘Judy’ premiere in London. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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American Legends: The Life of Judy Garland (Unabridged) – Charles River Editors

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American Legends: The Life of Judy Garland (Unabridged)

Charles River Editors

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 5.99

Publish Date: April 14, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Beacon Audiobooks

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Wendy Sayvetz, Judy Collins, And Joan Baez: The Beauty of Folk Music (Unabridged) – Richard Shaw

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Wendy Sayvetz, Judy Collins, And Joan Baez: The Beauty of Folk Music (Unabridged)

Richard Shaw

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 3.99

Publish Date: April 1, 2014

© ℗ © 2014 Richard Shaw

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Rich Boy, Rich Girl – Andrew Damon Henriques & Judy San Roman

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Rich Boy, Rich Girl

Andrew Damon Henriques & Judy San Roman

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: May 31, 2019

When the world of a front desk clerk with little ambition collides into that of a beautiful shampoo girl in NYC, the new lovers assume false identities and decide to live their lives by the rules of the same self-help book they are reading.

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Songs for Judy – Neil Young

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Songs for Judy

Neil Young

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 13.99

Release Date: November 30, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Shakey Pictures Records

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I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star (Unabridged) – Judy Greer

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I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star (Unabridged)

Judy Greer

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: April 8, 2014

© ℗ © 2014 Random House Audio

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Judy Greer — Good Genes or Good Docs?

Judy Greer’s looks are screamin’ good! Here’s a 25-year-old version of the ’13 Going On 30′ actress at a movie premiere in California back in 2001 (left)  and 17-years-later … The ‘Halloween’ star was seen looking better than ever while at an…


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Judy: A Legendary Film Career (Unabridged) – John Fricke

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Judy: A Legendary Film Career (Unabridged)

John Fricke

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: March 12, 2014

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Judge Judy Says Her $47 Million Salary Wouldn’t Be Questioned If She Were a Man

[[tmz:video id=”0_qrd92aro”]] Judge Judy is celebrating another judge’s ruling that she absolutely deserves every penny of her $ 47 million salary, and says it’s a victory for all women’s salaries … even if ya don’t make 8-figures. We got Judy Monday…


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Judge Judy, Another Judge Rules She’s Worth $47 Million

Judge Judy and CBS just won an enormous victory against an L.A. talent agency that sued the network claiming it conspired with the TV jurist to screw the agency out of profits. An L.A. County Superior Court judge just ruled CBS’ decision to pay Judy $ 47…


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Seducing an Heiress – Judy Teel

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Seducing an Heiress

Judy Teel

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Publish Date: July 4, 2011

Publisher: Judy Teel

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC

Book 1 in bestselling author Judy Teel's Cinderella Heiresses series. An heiress changes her identity and starts a new life away from her father’s ruthless, self-serving world, only to find herself falling in love with the slick, corporate player her father sends to bring her back. After barely escaping from her ruthless billionaire father, Dakota Jamison is far from pleased when his right-hand man shows up at her bistro to take her back. She knows his reputation as a master seducer and she wants nothing to do with him, even if he does send her libido into overdrive. Unfortunately, she didn’t count on discovering that he has good reasons for doing what he does and that underneath he’s a lot more caring that he likes to let on. Before she knows it, she’s falling in love with the enemy. Can love find a way to give them a future together, or will she be forced to choose between his happiness and her freedom?

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Shifty Magic – Judy Teel

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Shifty Magic

Judy Teel

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: May 9, 2013

Publisher: Judy Teel

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC

Hunting a serial killer in a paranormal dystopian world.… Abandoned at birth, Addison Kittner's been on her own since she was a kid–ever since the paranormal terrorists attacked cities around the world. Battling creatures that go bump in the night nearly destroyed human society. Good thing not all paranormals were evil and the terrorists were eventually stopped. Bad thing? Nothing would ever be the same again.  Now Addison makes her living as a private investigator and bounty hunter. One night she comes across a girl about to be killed by three rogue vampires. Addison kicks some vamp butt and saves the girl, but one of the vamps escapes. Just her luck, he turns up dead the next morning, inspiring the vampire leaders to put pressure on her to solve the case or take the rap. As if that wasn't bad enough, her ex-lover, werewolf FBI agent, Cooper Daine, approaches her and gives her an offer she can't refuse…a paycheck. Mixing business with lust is never a good idea, but neither is starving, so she accepts.  But as the body count builds, Addison finds herself embroiled in an ever deepening and dangerous mystery. One that leads her to something frighteningly personal. Her unknown heritage.  Interview with the Author Q – So, what makes the Shifty Magic series special? A – It's really a mix of a lot of things, but mostly I wanted to write stories that have the elements that I love to find when I sit down with a book. Mystery with some thriller and even mild horror elements, with a kick-butt heroine with a large dash of snark in her, a touch of romance with a guy that makes your heart beat a little faster, and a wild ride full of action and emotion from start to finish.  The Shifty Magic books are a great mix of these genres, set in a dystopian paranormal world to keep things interesting. Q – What order should I read the books in? A – You can pick up the series at any point, but because of the dystopian world and the different paranormal societies that I’ve created, I recommend readers start with Shifty Magic and read the books in order. The sequence is:  – Shifty Magic – Undercover Magic – Savage Magic (coming soon) Q – So, why should readers give these books a try? A – Because the Shifty Magic series is a fast, fun, thrill-ride that takes you on an emotional and action-packed journey that you won’t want to have end! Each of the books have hit a top ten bestsellers list for New Adult and College Fantasy and are rated highly by readers.  If you enjoy lightning-fast pacing with a plot that twists and surprises all the way to the end, you’ll enjoy this series. And thanks for reading! Addison Kittner Series eBook Categories: – Mystery Series – Thrillers – Female Private Investigators Series – New Adult & College Fantasy – Mystery Supernatural Werewolves & Shifters – Mystery Supernatural Vampires

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The 60’s Collection – Judy Collins

The 60’s Collection
Judy Collins

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Judy Garland: The Joy and the Genius Remembered and Remastered

Judy Garland would have turned 93 earlier this month on June 10th, and we are quickly approaching the 46th anniversary of her untimely passing on June 22nd. Proof that a legend never dies, two new works have emerged celebrating her 47 years on this earth, and the rich legacy she has left behind.

Many claim to have known the “real” Judy Garland, and/or claim to have tried to have save and help her. How refreshing it is to happen along someone who actually did know Miss Garland, sans such gross exaggerations. Someone who had the great privilege of being in her company on several occasions. Including her famed London recording sessions, the filming of her final movie and working under the same roof at CBS at the same time. That someone is Joan Beck Coulson, who has authored Always for Judy, Witness to the Joy and Genius of Judy Garland. Just like Glinda, the Good; Joan Beck Coulson floats in, in her (figurative) pink bubble and delivers a refreshing book celebrating Garland’s life.


Can you imagine being invited to attend a recording session by the “world’s greatest entertainer’ (an apt sobriquet attributed to Tony Bennett about Judy)? You arrive at the studio to find that 4’11” power house bearing a warm smile and as she guides you down the corridor she turns and says:

“I don’t know why you want to watch this-It will be so boring!”, Garland said. As if! Miss Coulson’s recollection: “We were in Seventh Heaven!”

On watching Garland in action at the recording studio Miss Coulson reflects:

“There was no diva there, it was a collaboration of artists working together to produce a piece of art.”

Along with her personal reminiscences, Coulson’s book, uses the psychological approach of “7 Up” to explain Garland’s life. “7 Up” is a Jesuit early childhood psycho-social analysis, that has the core tenet: Give me the child until he is seven and I will give you the man. Ms. Coulson skillfully uses this concept to anchor the narrative, without hitting the reader over the head with an over indulgence of psychological folderol. Throughout she makes intelligent assessments (Coulson’s degrees and experience are in Sociology and Anthropology). Including the fact that Judy was forced to sing in her childhood, which logically accounts for the fact that she sometimes resented being forced to sing as an adult. Especially when due inept management who squandered her earnings, there was no monetary reward for her efforts, and in fact debt that she often had no knowledge of. I certainly think that is worth a pout. “7 up” indeed!

Ms. Coulson’s recollections are crucial; especially those of being on the set of I Could Go On Singing. She was present in the audience while Garland filmed the iconic “Hello Blue Bird” number, and the title song from the film. Her memories of Judy’s behavior are very different than that of director Ronald Neame. Coulson recalls a very cooperative, consummate performer doing her job and showing concern for the extras.

Always for Judy is an extremely well written and perspicacious book which sparkles with love, warmth, intelligence, sincerity and humor. All of the ingredients that made Judy Garland, JUDY GARLAND!


Judy’s final years have turned into the stuff that legends are made of, and people often love to commiserate (falsely) about her voice “being gone.” Enter Hallow Records to correct this myth. The men behind this curtain are audio restoration engineer extraordinaire: John H. Hayley, and award winning music producer, Lawrence Schulman. Their latest project is with Judy Garland Swan Songs, First Flights: Her First and Last Recordings. To set the record straight Hayley aptly states:

“She remained in admirable command of her extra ordinary voice and riveting performing ability.”

These newly re-mastered recordings are proof positive that, as Scott Brogan curator and archivist of the online site The Judy Room offers:

“Judy still had “it” even at the very end.”


Judy shines brightest during the March 25th, 1969 concert at the Falkoner Centret in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her last live performance ever. The Garland wit is clearly heard as a Dutch fan, tries to convey in his native tongue his deep regard for the star.

“You know I have trouble with my English, let alone!” Garland jokingly scolds photographers, “Well, stop photographing and translate!” Finally, the enthusiastic fan musters a great big “I LOVE YOU!” Her exuberant response: “Oh say, I sort of recognize that language! I love you, too! I love you all, you know that!”

“Joy prevailed” Mr. Schulman, astutely observes in his liner notes. “That unending optimism despite the disillusionment that life often offers us.”

Finally, composer John Meyer, whose contribution to the Garland legacy cannot be overestimated states that Garland’s voice had:

“The force of a locomotive. Judy had all her power and her command.”

Bravo, John H. Hayley for not only re-mastering these precious moments but for helping to dispel that myth of “a washed up Judy without a Rainbow.” Through such conservators like Joan Coulson and John H. Hayley preserving Garland’s legacy for future generations; the joy and genius of Judy Garland will continue to shine as bright as the stars in heaven.

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