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Liza Minnelli - Liza's at the Palace [Blu-ray]
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Die zweistündige Performance von Liza Minelli des 2009 mit dem Tony Award ausgezeichneten Konzertes, nur erhältlich auf dieser speziellen Collector's Item Edition. Aufgenommen im MGM Grand, Las Vegas am 1. Oktober 2009, vor einem ausgewählten Publikum aus Businessfreunden, Fans und Entertainern aus aller Welt.
01 Teach Me Tonight
02 I Would Never Leave You
03 If You Hadn't But You Did
04 What Makes A Man A Man
05 My Own Best Friend
06 Maybe This Time
07 He's Funny That Way
08 Palace Medley
10 And The World Goes Round
11 Hello, Hello
12 Julbilee Time
13 Basin St. Blues
14 Clap Yo' Hands
15 Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)
16 Look For The Silver Lining
17 I Love A Violin
19 New York New York
20 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
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one of her songs, "MAYBE THIS TIME," and sitting or standing she gives it her all. Realizing the
changes in her voice for numerous reasons she has become a "performer," and "actress," who I whould
love to see on screen more. She might have sat in Act one but she never sat down in Act 2 and her tribute
to godmother "Kay Thompon" was out of this world. It could have gone the other way for none of the songs
have gone on to become popular.
I hope that Liza watches this tape over and over again, realizing one of the key elements of making this
special was the sincerity of her stories and memories. In fact I would have loved more stories...more
memories...and I hope Liza does that from this point on. I want to hear her views of growing up in such
a multi talented, troubled family life. I'm not seeking stories but I'm lovin to hear the special memories
that translates to the audience, as her mom is "Judy Garland," and father, "Vincente Minnelli."
It allows her concerts to become partly a play, an autobiography of what she remembers. For it is that
which touches the audiences hearts.
But it was also the fact that she gave a great performance, putting her all into the show...and yes,
I wanted to be there. And if it was playing close by I would have seen it, at least twice.
I think this is Liza at her best after having so many difficult years, when many felt she was over.
And she proved her critics wrong.
My own mom died about 10 days before receiving the dvd. She always enjoyed "Liza," but was let down
the last time she watched her perform. Mom would have loved this and simply hope that "Liza" has
found peace within herself so she can continue to do these kinds of shows. She let us into her life!
I hope she has the opportunity to do one more great musical. Watching her on stage I wondered if
"Chicago" would have been done 15 years earlier what her performance (in either role) would have
brought to the film. I loved "Chicago," but even while watching the film I thought how much greater
it would have been with Liza as one of the leads. And by the way, why leave out "I Am My Own Best Friend,"
one of the great musical numbers in the show?
To think of Liza in Kander and Ebb's "Cabaret" and years later in "Chicago" would have made it spectacular.
Her voice is at its best in "Maybe This Time," "Cabaret", "The World Goes 'Round" and "Mammy", Her interlude with "The Williams Brothers" offers dancing and songs from the 1940's and 1950's that are timeless. It's easy to imagine yourself being in an elite night club of years ago.
The show is expertly produced and staged and is completely enjoyable from start to finish. Liza receives too many standing ovations to count and she deserves them all. You will not regret for one moment buying this DVD proving beyond a doubt Liza Minnelli is a national treasure, the likes of which we're not likely to see again. You'll love her and even if you've never been a fan, you'll not be able to resist. Liza is still the greatest stage performer of them all.
She is showing her age but still one of the best entertainers. I noticed she was changing her wigs too? One was much darker than the first one she had on stage. The first one looked real.
The DVD says LIZA AT THE PALACE. But, it was the PALACE in Las Vegas, not the famous Palace in Times Square. That is where I saw her mother in person around 1956. Liza was on stage too, around four years old.
Liza still gives her all and I really liked her performance that was really good in widescreen and digital sound. It's a true collectible and being sold on Amazon.
There's nothing bad I can say about this concert! Liza gave blood and it shows. Just watch the way she moves, the way she enunciates, her sophisticated phrasing and her timing. It's all flawless. They say she worked hard for this and I'm sure that she did; but she makes it all look so easy--I don't know how she does it. The years clearly haven't diminished her ability to entertain us one bit; and that's grand.
There are many songs in this concert; and all of them are worthy of mention. Of course, I still had my personal favorites. Liza dazzled me with "Teach Me Tonight;" "If You Hadn't, But You Did;" "What Makes a Man a Man;" "My Own Best Friend;" "Maybe This Time;" "The Palace Medley" which makes a wonderful tribute to her mother, Judy Garland; "Cabaret;" "And the World Goes `Round;" "Basin Street Blues;" Clap Yo' Hands;" "Liza (All the Clouds`ll Roll Away);" "Look For the Silver Lining;" "New York, New York" and her encore number, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Of course, this concert also incorporates Liza's sweet tribute to her godmother Kay Thompson.
The men onstage with Liza are terrific while Billy Stritch and the rest of her band play flawlessly throughout the concert.
The magic doesn't stop there; the DVD has a great bonus video with Liza and director/choreographer Ron Lewis; I think you'll enjoy it.
If you're a Liza fan; this is, of course, a must-have for your collection. In addition, anyone who enjoys a superb, five star one woman show will cherish this for years to come.