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Liza Minnelli - Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall download album

  • Performer: Liza Minnelli
  • Album: Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall
  • FLAC: 1200 mb | MP3: 1584 mb
  • Released: 1987
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soundtrack, Musical, Easy Listening
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Liza Minnelli - Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall download album

Liza sings "I happen to like New York" for the press right before the opening of her record breaking Carnegie Hall run - May 28, 1987.

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At Carnegie Hall is the fifth live album by American singer Liza Minnelli. It was recorded in a three-week 1987 engagement at Carnegie Hall, New York City in 1987 and released the same year. The album peaked in the Billboard charts.

Live at Carnegie Hall is the fourth live album by American singer Liza Minnelli. It was recorded at Carnegie Hall, New York City in September 1979 and released in 1981. The live show was one of the eleven sold-out shows, the longest guest appearance that an artist ever held in Carnegie Hall. The album cover was made by the artist Andy Warhol. Arranged by Bill Byers, Michael Abene, Ralph Burns. Conducted by Bill Lavorgna. Recorded by David Hewitt on the Record Plant NY Black Truck.

Liza Minnelli chronology. Live at Carnegie Hall (1981)Live at Carnegie Hall1981. At Carnegie Hall (1987). Results (1989)Results1989. At Carnegie Hall is the fifth live album by American singer Liza Minnelli. It was recorded in a three-week 1987 engagement at Carnegie Hall, New York City in 1987 and released the same year Track listing.

Though Minnelli was successful on Broadway and in the movies (and even recorded the occasional album), the core of her career was always her stage act, written for her by Fred Ebb and continually updated. By 1987, the 41-year-old singer had committed several versions of her one-woman show to record already, but Liza Minnelli at Carnegie Hall turned out to be nearly definitive

Liza May Minnelli (born March 12, 1946) is an American actress and singer. Best known for her Academy Award-winning performance in Cabaret (1972), she is known for her energetic stage presence and her powerful mezzo-soprano singing voice. She is the daughter of Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli. She is of Italian and mixed European descent

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Act I (Disc One)
1-1 I Happen To Like New York
Orchestrated By – Billy ByersWritten-By – Cole Porter
3:48
1-2 Here I'll Stay / Our Love Is Here To Stay
Orchestrated By – Walter Levinsky*Written-By [Here I'll Stay] – Alan Jay Lerner*, Kurt WeillWritten-By [Our Love Is Here To Stay] – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin*, Oscar Levant, Vernon Duke
5:47
1-3 Old Friends
Orchestrated By – Artie Schreck*Written-By – Stephen Sondheim
2:51
1-4 I Never Has Seen Snow
Orchestrated By – Walter Levinsky*Written-By – Harold Arlen, Truman Capote
4:13
1-5 If You Hadn't, But You Did
Orchestrated By – Torrie ZitoWritten By – Styne/Comden/GreenWritten-By – Betty Comden And Adolph Green, Jule Styne
4:03
1-6 I Don't Want To Know
Orchestrated By – Michael AbeneWritten-By – Jerry Herman
2:53
1-7 Some People
Orchestrated By – Ralph BurnsWritten-By – Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim
2:55
1-8 How Deep Is The Ocean
Orchestrated By – Marvin HamlischWritten-By – Irving Berlin
2:35
1-9 I Can See Clearly Now / I Can See It
Orchestrated By – Torrie ZitoWritten-By [I Can See Clearly Now] – Johnny NashWritten-By [I Can See It] – Tom Jones Written-By [I Cas See It] – Harvey Schmidt
2:39
1-10 You Better Sit Down, Kids / Married
Orchestrated By – Peter MatzWritten-By [Married] – John Kander, Fred Ebb*Written-By [You Better Sit Down, Kids] – Sonny Bono
5:16
1-11 Ring Them Bells
Orchestrated By – Fred WernerWritten-By – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
5:46
Act II (Disc Two)
2-1 The Sweetest Sounds
Orchestrated By – Michael AbeneWritten-By – Richard Rogers*
2:04
2-2 Toot Toot Tootsie
Orchestrated By – Michael AbeneWritten By – Erdman/Fiorito/Kahn/KingWritten-By – Ernie Erdman, Gus Kahn, Robert King , Ted Fiorito
1:25
2-3 Buckle Down Winsocki
Orchestrated By – Michael AbeneWritten-By – Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
0:44
2-4 Alexander's Ragtime Band
Orchestrated By – Michael AbeneWritten-By – Irving Berlin
3:17
2-5 Somewhere Out There
Orchestrated By – Dick Hazard*Written-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, James Horner
4:22
2-6 Lonely Feet
Orchestrated By – Marvin HamlischWritten-By – Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein*
2:29
2-7 You Can Have Him / Time Heals Everything
Orchestrated By – Marvin HamlischWritten-By [Time Heals Everything] – Jerry HermanWritten-By [You Can Have Him] – Irving Berlin
4:12
Ebb & Kander Medley I
2-8.a Introduction 1:12
2-8.b Liza With A "Z"
Orchestrated By – Fred WernerWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:21
2-8.c All I Need Is One Good Break
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:21
2-8.d Sing Happy
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:46
2-8.e A Quiet Thing
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
2:25
Ebb & Kander Medley II
2-9.a Liza With A "Z"
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:22
2-9.b Mein Herr
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:25
2-9.c Money, Money
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
0:47
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2-10 Maybe This Time
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
2:56
Ebb & Kander Medley III
2-11.a I'm One Of The Smart Ones
Orchestrated By – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
1:17
2-11.b Yes
Orchestrated By [Orchestral Supervision] – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
1:11
2-11.c City Lights
Orchestrated By – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
1:15
2-11.d Liza With A "Z" 0:28
2-11.e But The World Goes 'Round
Orchestrated By – Torrie ZitoWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
3:50
Ebb & Kander Medley IV
2-12.a Cabaret
Orchestrated By – Ralph BurnsWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
3:28
2-12.b Cabaret (Bows) 0:56
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2-13.a Theme From "New York, New York"
Orchestrated By – Ralph BurnsWritten-By – John Kander / Fred Ebb*
3:30
2-13.b Theme From "New York, New York" (Bows) 3:06

Credits

  • Arranged By – Marvin Hamlisch
  • Art Direction – Ray Kirschensteiner
  • Bass – Richard Sarpola
  • Bass Trombone – George Flynn
  • Cello – Ellen Zoe Hassman*, Jeff Szabo*, Lutz Rath, Susan Poliacik
  • Concertmaster [Violin] – Gerald Tarack
  • Directed By [Music Director] – Bill LaVorgna
  • Edited By – Elaine Martone, Robert Woods , Rosalind Ilett
  • Engineer – Jack Renner
  • Executive-Producer – Robert Woods
  • Graphics [Album Graphics] – The Boardroom
  • Harp – Sally Foster
  • Horn – Fred Griffen*, Peter Gordon
  • Keyboards – Domenic Cicchetti
  • Percussion – Dave Carey*, Bill Hayes*
  • Photography By – Hiro , Ida-Mae Astute, Martha Swope
  • Piano – Russell Kassoff
  • Producer – Larry Marks, Robert Woods
  • Reeds – Dennis Anderson, Ed Xiques, Frank Perowsky, Gerry Niewood, Lawrence Feldman
  • Technician [Technical Assistance] – Michael Bishop, Thomas Knab
  • Trombone – Charles W. Sharman, III, Clinton Sharman
  • Trumpet – Danny Cahn, Dave Stahl, Glenn Drewes, Bob Livingood*
  • Tuba – Tony Price
  • Viola – Dan Seidenberg*, Jennie Hansen, Richard E. Spencer, Rose Tillotson
  • Violin – Abraham Appleman*, Alice Poulson, Barbara Randall, Browning Cramer, Cecelia Hobbs, David Tobey, Farhad Behroozi, Karen Karlsrud, Max Tarr, Michael Comins, Narciso Figueroa, Patmore Lewis, Robert Fuchs , Robert Lawrence , Stanley G. Hunte*
  • Written-By [The Complete Concert] – Fred Ebb

Notes

This is a live recording of the show's run recorded between May 28 - June 18, 1987.

The original title of the show is "3 Weeks At Carnegie Hall".
This release carries both titles on the front (as explained in the booklet), with "Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall - The Complete Concert" (featured on both discs).

The 24-page booklet included in this "fat box" double jewel case release includes extensive information on every song, on the show itself and on the technical side of this particular digital recording.

Several tracks have proper indexes mastered in the disc.

(P)&(C)1987 Telarc. Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 089408550225

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DG-15502, DG 15502 Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Album) Telarc, Telarc DG-15502, DG 15502 US 1987
CS-35502 Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xCass, Album, CrO) Telarc CS-35502 US 1987
CD-85502 Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xCD, Album) Telarc CD-85502 Japan 1987
DG-15502 Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xLP, Gat) Telarc DG-15502 Germany 1987
CD-85502 Liza Minnelli Liza Minnelli At Carnegie Hall ‎(2xCD, Album) Telarc CD-85502 US 1990