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Liza Minnelli

Although singer/actress Liza Minnelli can count Academy Award-winning film roles, Tony Award-winning musical theater performances, Emmy Award-winning television specials, and gold-selling records among her accomplishments, she is primarily a concert performer whose career has been defined by a series of stage acts dating back to her nightclub debut in 1965. Her best work in film, in the musical theater, and on television has taken advantage of and grown out of her reputation as a live performer, and many of the albums she has released under her own name are concert recordings. (She has also appeared on numerous soundtracks and cast albums.) Since she began performing in the early '60s, Minnelli has displayed an energetic style that combines technical precision with warmth and enthusiasm, allowing her to transcend the contrary trends in popular music over the course of her career and maintain her status as a major star.

Minnelli is the daughter of film director Vincente Minnelli and actress/singer Judy Garland. As such, her show business career began early, when she was cast as a baby in the 1949 film In the Good Old Summertime starring her mother and directed by her father. When she was five, her parents divorced, agreeing on joint custody, and she shuttled between them for the rest of her childhood, living alternately in Hollywood, where her father continued to direct movies, and on the road with her mother, who toured the world as a concert performer. She first performed on-stage with her mother at the age of ten and also made occasional appearances on television as a child. Due to her mother's peripatetic career, she attended many different schools. By her teens, she had decided she wanted to pursue a career as an entertainer, and in 1961 she passed the audition for admittance to the New York High School for the Performing Arts, though, typically, she did not stay there long. In 1962, she recorded the voice of Dorothy, the part played by her mother in the film The Wizard of Oz, for an animated sequel called Journey Back to Oz that was shelved until 1974, when it resulted in a soundtrack album on RFO Records called The Return to Oz. Later in 1962, following a brief attendance at the Sorbonne in Paris, she abandoned formal education to try to become an actress in New York. She made her professional debut at 17 in an off-Broadway revival of the 1941 musical Best Foot Forward, which opened April 2, 1963. It ran 244 performances, and Cadence Records released a cast album that marked her recording debut.

Minnelli sang with her mother on two episodes of the television series The Judy Garland Show in November and December 1963, and the performances have turned up on several Garland albums. In 1964, Minnelli gained experience in touring companies of the musicals Carnival! and The Fantasticks, and she signed a recording contract with Capitol, which released her debut LP, Liza! Liza!, in September. The album reached the Billboard charts, but its successors, It Amazes Me (March 1965) and There Is a Time (December 1966), did not. In November 1964, she was co-billed with her mother at the London Palladium, and their appearance was recorded for a 1965 Capitol album, Live at the London Palladium, that reached the Top 100.

Minnelli was given her first starring role in a Broadway musical at the age of 19 with Flora, the Red Menace, featuring a score by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, that opened on May 11, 1965, but closed after only 87 performances. Despite its failure, she became the youngest woman ever to win a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical. The resulting cast album, released on RCA Victor Records, reached the charts. She formed a lasting association with Kander & Ebb, who frequently wrote for her from then on. On September 14, 1965, she made her nightclub debut at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., in an act written by Ebb. From there, she went on to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, and other stops on her first tour. For the rest of her career, her work in clubs, theaters, concert halls, hotels, and casinos would be a constant, with other activities fitted in around it. On November 28, 1965, she starred in the television musical The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, featuring songs by Jule Styne and Robert Merrill. A soundtrack album was released on ABC Records in January 1966.

Minnelli performed in prestigious venues such as the Persian Room of the Plaza Hotel in New York and the Talk of the Town nightclub in London during 1966. On March 3, 1967, she married singer/songwriter Peter Allen. They divorced on July 24, 1974. She was also married to movie producer Jack Haley, Jr. (1974-1979), stage manager Mark Gero (1979-1992), and concert promoter David Gest (on March 16, 2002). She turned to screen acting with a featured role in the drama Charlie Bubbles, which was released in February 1968. Her first starring role in a movie came with the drama The Sterile Cuckoo, which was released in October 1969 and brought her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Meanwhile, as a recording artist she had switched from Capitol to A&M Records, which released her albums Liza Minnelli (May 1968), Come Saturday Morning (April 1970, named after the theme song from The Sterile Cuckoo), New Feelin' (November 1970), and Live at the Olympia in Paris (July 1972), of which only New Feelin' reached the charts.

Minnelli continued to work steadily in the early '70s, headlining her first television special on June 29, 1970, and starring in the film Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon, released that July. But her career really took off in 1972. The year marked her starring role in the film adaptation of Kander & Ebb's musical Cabaret, directed by Bob Fosse, which was released in February and became a major hit. The soundtrack album, released by ABC Records, went gold, and she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. She again teamed with Kander, Ebb, and Fosse for her next television special, a taped version of her live show dubbed Liza with a "Z." Broadcast September 10, it won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety/Music Program, and Columbia Records' soundtrack LP reached the Top 20 and went gold. The album marked the beginning of her new record contract with Columbia, and she followed with an album of contemporary songs, Liza Minnelli, the Singer, which reached the Top 40 in 1973.

Minnelli did not immediately follow up on her film success, but instead continued to tour with her live act. Her sold-out three-week appearance at the Winter Garden on Broadway in January 1974 was recorded for the Columbia album Live at the Winter Garden and earned her a special Tony Award. She finally returned to filmmaking in 1975, shooting Lucky Lady (December 1975) and A Matter of Time (October 1976), the latter directed by her father; neither was well received. In between the two, she filled in for an ailing Gwen Verdon in the recently opened Broadway musical Chicago (directed by Fosse, with music by Kander & Ebb) for several weeks in the summer of 1975, and Columbia released a single of her recording of "All That Jazz" from the score.

In June 1977, Minnelli co-starred with Robert DeNiro in Martin Scorsese's film musical New York, New York, about the star-crossed romance between a band singer turned Hollywood star and a jazz musician in the 1940s and '50s. Kander & Ebb wrote the period-style music, and the soundtrack album reached the Top 50. The lengthy, big-budget movie itself was not a financial success, but the title song went on to become a standard after it was recorded by Frank Sinatra, though it remained a signature song for Minnelli. She next made a disco-styled album, Tropical Nights, for Columbia, then teamed again with Scorsese, who directed her in the Broadway musical The Act, featuring songs by Kander & Ebb. It opened on October 29, 1977, and ran 233 performances, winning her a third Tony Award. The cast album was released on DRG Records.

In the late '70s, Minnelli returned to concert work primarily, as her recording contract had lapsed and her string of unsuccessful films had hurt her movie career. Such setbacks could not keep her from selling out 11 consecutive nights at Carnegie Hall in September 1979, a record for the venue. In July 1981, she appeared in the successful film comedy Arthur, but her focus remained on concertizing, as she toured around the world in the early '80s. She co-starred with Chita Rivera in the Broadway musical The Rink, a Kander & Ebb effort that opened February 9, 1984, produced a cast album on Polydor Records, and ran 204 performances. She left the show in July 1984 to overcome substance abuse at the Betty Ford Clinic. By June 1985, she was back to touring. On October 28, 1985, she starred in the television movie A Time to Live, a drama. She won a Golden Globe Award for her performance.

Minnelli continued to perform internationally in the mid-'80s. Her record-breaking three-week stand at Carnegie Hall in the spring of 1987, which launched a national tour, was taped for her first album in ten years, Liza Minnelli at Carnegie Hall, released by Telarc that September; it made the charts. In 1988, she appeared in two films, Rent-a-Cop and Arthur 2: On the Rocks. She also starred in another TV movie, Sam Found Out: A Triple Play, on June 7 and substituted for an ailing Dean Martin on a September concert tour with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. that later moved on to Europe and Asia and culminated in a performance broadcast on cable television. She surprised fans by collaborating with the Pet Shop Boys on a dance music arrangement of Stephen Sondheim's "Losing My Mind," which became a Top Ten hit in the U.K. upon its release by Epic Records in the spring of 1989 and placed in the dance charts in the U.S. (as did its B-side, "Love Pains"). This prefaced a full-length album, Results, released in September, that made the Top Ten in England and charted in America. In September 1991, she appeared in the film musical Stepping Out and on the soundtrack album released by Milan Records.

Still, concert performing remained her primary means of expression, and her next album, released by Columbia Records in connection with a video in late 1992, was Live from Radio City Music Hall. She appeared in the cable-television movie Parallel Lives on August 14, 1994. Hip replacement surgery in December 1994 only interrupted her road work briefly; she was back on tour in March 1995. Another TV movie, West Side Waltz, was broadcast on November 23, 1995. In March 1996, Angel Records released Gently, an album of traditional pop standards, and she toured to support it. It charted briefly and earned a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. In January 1997, she substituted for Julie Andrews in the Broadway musical Victor/Victoria. Her next stage act, launched with a monthlong run at the Palace Theater in New York in December 1999, was called Minnelli on Minnelli and focused on songs featured in movie musicals directed by her father. She recorded it for an album released on Angel in February 2000, but the subsequent national tour was cut short in April when she contracted double pneumonia.

In October, she fell ill with a life-threatening attack of encephalitis. During 2001, she recovered from the illness and underwent a second hip replacement operation, and in the spring of 2002 she returned to live performing with multiple shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Beacon Theater in New York, produced and directed by her new husband, David Gest. J Records released an album drawn from the Beacon performances, Liza's Back, in October. A proposed reality TV series featuring her and Gest for the cable network VH1 was scuttled at the last moment in early 2003 amid mutual recriminations, and she embarked on a national tour. She and Gest filed for divorce in July. In November, she began a continuing role on the television series Arrested Development that ran through 2005. In 2006, she appeared in the film The OH in Ohio and was reported to be working on a tribute album to Kay Thompson, the nightclub singer, author of the children's book Eloise, and MGM vocal coach. Her 2008 return to Broadway, Liza's at the Palace.... (the album version appeared the following year), was directed and choreographed by Ron Lewis, with vocal arrangements by Kay Thompson and Billy Stritch. Minnelli returned to the studio in 2010 for the album Confessions. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography


Track List: Confessions

1. Confession

2. You Fascinate Me So

3. All The Way

4. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

5. This Heart Of Mine

6. I Got Lost In His Arms

7. Remind Me

8. Close Your Eyes

9. He's A Tramp

10. I Must Have That Man

11. On Such A Night As This

12. Moments Like This

13. If I Had You

14. At Last


Track List: The Singer

1. I Believe In Music

2. Use Me

3. I'd Love You To Want Me

4. Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?

5. You're So Vain

6. Where Is The Love

7. The Singer

8. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

9. Dancing In The Moonlight

10. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

11. Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me


Track List: Liza! Liza!

1. It's Just A Matter Of Time

2. If I Were In Your Shoes

3. Meantime

4. Try To Remember

5. I'm All I've Got

6. Maybe Soon

7. Maybe This Time

8. Don't Ever Leave Me

9. The Travelin' Life

10. Together Wherever We Go

11. Blue Moon

12. I Knew Him When

13. One Summer Love

14. How Much Will I Love You

15. Day Dreaming

16. His Woman

17. My Little Corner Of The World

18. We'll Be Together


Track List: It Amazes Me

1. Wait Till You See Him

2. My Shining Hour

3. I Like The Likes Of You

4. It Amazes Me

5. Looking At You

6. I Never Have Seen Snow

7. Plenty Of Time

8. For Every Man There's A Woman

9. Lorelei

10. Shouldn't There Be Lightning

11. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

12. Walk Right In/How Come You Do Me Like You Do (Medley) (Unissued Restored Album Track)

13. A Quiet Thing (Capitol Single A-Side #5411)

14. All I Need (Capitol Single B-Side #5411)

15. Imprevu (Capitol Single A-Side #5473)

16. Did I Hurt Your Feelings? (Capitol Single B-Side #5473)

17. Sing Happy (Unissued Recording)

18. Dear Love (Unissued Recording)

19. I'm Not Laughing (Unissued Recording)


Track List: Finest

Disc 1

1. It's Just A Matter Of Time

2. If I Were In Your Shoes

3. Meantime

4. Try To Remember

5. I'm All I've Got

6. Maybe Soon

7. Maybe This Time

8. Don't Ever Leave Me

9. The Travelin' Life

10. Together Wherever We Go

11. Blue Moon

12. I Knew Him When

13. Wait Till You See Him

14. My Shining Hour

15. I Like The Likes Of You

16. It Amazes Me

17. Looking At You

18. I Never Have Seen Snow

19. Plenty Of Time

20. For Every Man There's A Woman

21. Lorelei

22. Shouldn't There Be Lightning

23. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

Disc 2

1. There Is A Time (Le Temps)

2. I (Who Have Nothing)

3. M'lord

4. Watch What Happens

5. One Of Those Songs

6. Days Of The Waltz

7. Ay Marieke

8. Love At Last You Have Found Me

9. I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise

10. See The Old Man

11. The Parisians

12. Imprevu

13. Did I Hurt Your Feelings?

14. Hello, Dolly!

15. If I Were In Your Shoes (Live At The London Palladium)

16. Maybe This Time (Live At The London Palladium)

17. How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You When You Know I've Been A Liar All My Life?

18. The Man I Love

19. But The World Goes 'Round

20. Theme From New York, New York


Track List: New York, New York

2. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me

6. Once In A While

7. You Are My Lucky Star

10. The Man I Love

12. Just You, Just Me

13. There Goes The Ball Game

17. But The World Goes 'Round

22. Theme From "New York, New York"


Track List: The Complete Capitol Collection

Disc 1

1. It's Just A Matter Of Time

2. If I Were In Your Shoes

3. Meantime

4. Try To Remember

5. I'm All I've Got

6. Maybe Soon

7. Maybe This Time

8. Don't Ever Leave Me

10. Together Wherever We Go

11. Blue Moon

12. I Knew Him When

13. Wait Till You See Him

14. My Shining Hour

15. I Like The Likes Of You

16. It Amazes Me

17. Looking At You

19. Plenty Of Time

20. For Every Man There's A Woman

21. Lorelei

22. Shouldn't There Be Lightning

23. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

25. Imprevu

Disc 2

1. There Is A Time (Le Temps)

2. I (Who Have Nothing)

3. M'lord

4. Watch What Happens

5. One Of Those Songs

6. Days Of The Waltz

7. Ay Marieke

8. Love At Last You Have Found Me

9. I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise

10. See The Old Man

11. The Parisians

16. My Little Corner Of The World

17. We'll Be Together

18. A Quiet Thing

20. Sing Happy

21. Dear Love

22. I'm Not Laughing

23. Did I Hurt Your Feelings?

24. The Many Faces Of Love

25. At My Age

27. Everybody Loves My Baby

28. Marriage Is For Old Folks

29. Come On And Baby Me

30. Say Liza (Liza With A ' Z')


Track List: The Best Of Liza Minnelli

1. Cabaret

2. Some People (Live)

3. There Is A Time (Le Temps) (Live)

5. My Own Best Friend

6. Old Friends (Live)

7. The Singer

9. All That Jazz

11. Losing My Mind

14. Stepping Out (Live)

15. Theme From "New York, New York"


Track List: Liza's Back

1. Liza's Back

2. Something Wonderful

3. Cry

4. Don't Cry Out Loud

5. Crying

6. City Lights

7. Don't Smoke In Bed

8. Some People

9. Never Never Land/Over The Rainbow

10. What Did I Have That I Don't Have?

11. Rose's Turn

12. Mein Herr

13. Money, Money

14. Maybe This Time

15. Cabaret

16. But The World Goes 'Round

17. New York, New York

18. I'll Be Seeing You


Track List: Ultimate Collection

1. Try To Remember

2. Together (Wherever We Go)

3. The Look Of Love

4. Come Saturday Morning

5. Medley Macarthur Park - Didn't We

6. Love Story

7. Simon

8. Cabaret (Live)

9. Maybe This Time

11. Come Rain Or Come Shine

13. The Man I Love

14. Love For Sale

15. God Bless The Child

16. Say Liza (Liza With A Z)

17. Ring Them Bells

18. The Singer

19. New York, New York

20. City Lights

21. Losing My Mind


Track List: The Capitol Years

1. Blue Moon

2. I Knew Him When

3. Try To Remember

4. Meantime

5. Don't Ever Leave Me

6. The Travelin' Life

7. Maybe Soon

8. It's Just A Matter Of Time

9. Together Wherever We Go

10. Maybe This Time (Original)

11. I'm All I've Got

12. If I Were In Your Shoes

13. Plenty Of Time

14. It Amazes Me

15. Wait Till You See Him

16. I Like The Likes Of You

17. My Shining Hour

18. Days Of The Waltz

19. I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise

20. One Of Those Songs

21. I (Who Have Nothing)

22. There Is A Time (Le Temps)


Track List: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Liza Minnelli

1. The Man I Love

2. Maybe This Time

3. Come Saturday Morning

4. The Look Of Love

5. Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All The Time)

6. Love For Sale

7. Come Rain Or Come Shine

8. Can't Help Lovin' That Man Of Mine

9. God Bless The Child

10. Medley: MacArthur Park/Didn't

11. Liza (With A "Z") (Live French Version (1972/The Olympia, Paris))

12. Cabaret (1972/Live At The Olympia, Paris)


Track List: 16 Biggest Hits

1. Liza With A "Z" (Live)

3. The Singer

4. You're So Vain

5. Some People (Live)

7. Old Friends (Live)

8. There Is A Time (Le Temps) (Live)

9. Where Is The Love

10. Losing My Mind

11. My Own Best Friend

14. All That Jazz

16. Cabaret


Track List: Minnelli On Minnelli

1. Overture (Live)

2. If I Had You (Live)

3. Taking A Chance On Love (Live)

4. Love (Live)

5. Limehouse Blues (Live)

6. Meet Me In St. Louis (Live)

7. Under The Bamboo Tree (Live)

8. The Boy Next Door (Live)

9. Skip To My Lou (Live)

10. Have Yourself A Merry Litle Christmas (Live)

11. That's Entertainment (Live)

12. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Live)

13. Triplets (Live)

14. Dancing In The Dark (Live)

15. Shine On Your Shoes (Live)

16. I Got Rhythm (Live)

17. Baubles, Bangles And Beads (Live)

18. The Night They Invented Champagne (Live)

19. I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore (Live)

20. What Did I Have That I Don't Have? (Live)

21. Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Live)

22. The Trolley Song (Live)

23. My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Bow Music) (Live)

24. I Thank You (Live)


Track List: Gently

1. Chances Are

2. You Stepped Out Of A Dream

3. Embraceable You

4. Close Your Eyes

5. Some Cats Know

6. Lost In You

7. I Got Lost In His Arms

8. It Had To Be You

9. Never Let Me Go

10. Does He Love You?

11. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning


Track List: Liza Live From Radio City Music Hall

1. Overture (Live)

2. Teach Me Tonight (Live)

3. Old Friends (Live)

4. Live Alone And Like It (Live)

5. Sorry I Asked (Live)

6. So What (Live)

7. Sara Lee (Live)

8. Some People (Live)

9. Seeing Things (Live)

10. Stepping Out (Live)

11. I Wanna Get Into The Act (Live)

12. Men's Medley (Live)

13. Imagine (Live)

14. Here I'll Stay/Our Love Is Here To Stay (Live)

15. There's No Business Like Show Business (Live)

16. Stepping Out (Reprise) (Live)

17. Theme From New York, New York (Live)


Track List: Results

1. I Want You Now

2. Losing My Mind

3. If There Was Love

4. So Sorry, I Said

5. Don't Drop Bombs

6. Twist In My Sobriety

7. Rent

8. Love Pains

9. Tonight Is Forever

10. I Can't Say Goodnight


Track List: Tropical Nights

1. Jimi Jimi

2. When It Comes Down To It

3. I Love Every Little Thing About You

4. Easy

5. I'm Your New Best Friend

6. Tropical Nights/Bali Ha'i

7. Take Me Through/I Could Come To Love You

8. Come Home Babe

9. A Beautiful Thing


Track List: Legends Of Broadway - Liza Minnelli Live At The Winter Garden

1. Overture: Liza With A "Z" / Ring Them Bells / I Can See Clearly Now / Maybe This Time / Cabaret

2. If You Could Read My Mind / Come Back To Me

3. Shine On Harvest Moon

4. Exactly Like Me

5. The Circle

6. More Than You Know

7. I'm One Of The Smart Ones

8. Natural Man

9. I Can See Clearly Now

10. And I In My Chair (En Moi Dans Mon Coin?)

11. There Is A Time (Le Temps)

12. Quiet Thing

13. Anywhere You Are / I Believe You

14. Cabaret Medley

15. You And I

16. It Had To Be You

17. My Shining Hour


Track List: Cabaret (Soundtrack)

2. Mein Herr

3. Maybe This Time

8. Heiraten

11. Cabaret


Track List: There Is A Time

1. There Is A Time (Le Temps)

2. I (Who Have Nothing)

3. M'lord

4. Watch What Happens

5. One Of Those Songs

6. Days Of The Waltz

7. Ay Marieke

8. Love At Last You Have Found Me

9. I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise

10. See The Old Man

11. The Parisians

12. Middle Of The Street

13. The Many Faces Of Love

14. At My Age

15. Everybody Loves My Baby

16. Marriage Is For Old Folks

17. Come On And Baby Me

18. Say Liza (Liza With A "Z")


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'Since I liked tap dancing so much'. Maybe I'll break my legs again and get Hamilton tickets!
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When I was ten I snuck into a movie theater that was showing Cabaret (It was throwback Thursday, of course I'm not THAT OLD!) and a few days later I was home alone. Naturally, I attempted the 'Mein Herr' choreography and broke both of my legs trying to do the weird chair thing! Of course, I lied and said that I was in a bathing suit and tights because I was dancing to Sweet Charity, which I had been allowed to see. And what did I get? I got tickets to another Broadway show, 'since I liked tap da
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Simply fabulous
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Fabulous amazing awesome best thing I've heard on pandora yet
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booooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
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I really love her, the BEST!!!!!!!! ! ! ! .
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New York, New York Better than Sinatra and the movie was first rate.
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I'm a fan mostly of rock and roll and have seen big names like Elvis and Led Zeppelin but can honestly say one of the most entertaining shows I've been to was Liza and Joel Grey. She has a dynamic personality that comes across in concert, movies or even if it's just a talk show on t.v.
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One of the BEST!!!
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Looking for to seeing her here in Portland the end of September!
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love her!!! I cannot tell you. i have follwed her for 40 years and more since she was on her mom's show when i was ten and everyone said i looked like her when i was older. i just adore her. have seen her 4 times this past year. she is an daily joy and inspiration in my life. hoping she wins the grammy today!!!!! shook her hand in april 09 i can;t recall it though. i say with honesty i am her #1 fan.
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Caberet was her best!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! Shoot the complete album as well as the movie
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I really love her singing,she is nice and great singer
Super cool!
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I am an A1 LIZA fan. I've been fascinated with her ever since I saw Liza at 18yrs. old with her mother at the London Palladium (a TV special). She is one of the greatest talents in my lifetime and still entertaining in spite of her physical problems. What a woman!
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I really love her singing "All that jazz"
Super cool!
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Liza and I are about the same age. I've had the privilage of enjoying her from the very beginning, when her mother appeared with her on the ed sullivan show. She performed so well with the era past, such as sinatra and davis jr, but liza and her music were one with one another,she brought me to the caberet of life. I could honestly say that of all living people, i'd like to meet liza first. Yes!!! I am a fan!!!

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