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Live at the Winter Garden

Live at the Winter Garden
Liza Minnelli
Released April 19, 1974
Recorded January 1974,
Genre Pop, Vocal, Traditional pop music
Label Columbia
Producer Gary Klein
Liza Minnelli chronology

The Singer
(1973)
Live at the Winter Garden
(1974)
Tropical Nights
(1977)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Live at the Winter Garden is the title of Liza Minnelli's Second solo live album and the first under her Columbia contract. The album was released for the first time in 1974. It was released on CD in April 2012, the release contain three "live" bonus tracks that did not appear on the album: "You and I","It Had To Be You" and "My Shining Hour".[2] [3]

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Overture: "Liza with a 'Z'" / "Ring Them Bells" / "I Can See Clearly Now" / "Maybe This Time" / "Cabaret""  John Kander; Fred Ebb / John Kander; Fred Ebb / Johnny Nash / John Kander; Fred Ebb / John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 3:38
2. "If You Could Read My Mind / Come Back To Me"  Gordon Lightfoot / Burton Lane; Alan Jay LernerGary Klein 2:56
3. "Shine On Harvest Moon"  Nora Bayes; Jack NorworthGary Klein 3:58
4. "Exactly Like Me"  John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 4:33
5. "The Circle"  Edith Piaf; Fred EbbGary Klein 4:00
6. "More Than You Know"  Vincent Youmans; Billy Rose; Edward EliscuGary Klein 4:51
7. "I'm One Of The Smart Ones"  John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 4:38
8. "Natural Man"  Bobby Hebb; Sandy BaronGary Klein 3:40
9. "I Can See Clearly Now"  Johnny NashGary Klein 4:31
10. "And I In My Chair (Et Moi Dans Mon Coin)"  Charles Aznavour; Fred Ebb; David NewburgeGary Klein 4:40
11. "There Is A Time (Le Temps)"  Gene Lees, Charles Aznavour; Jeff DavisGary Klein 2:11
12. "Quiet Thing"  John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 4:34
13. "Anywhere You Are / I Believe You"  John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 3:33
14. "Cabaret / Curtain Bows: Cabaret"  John Kander; Fred EbbGary Klein 4:25
15. "You And I" (Bonus Track CD Version)Stevie WonderGary Klein 3:34
16. "It Had To Be You" (Bonus Track CD Version)Isham Jones; Gus KahnGary Klein 5:32
17. "My Shining Hour" (Bonus Track CD Version)Harold Arlen; Johnny MercerGary Klein 4:05
Total length:
01:07:56

Personnel

  • Produced by: Gary Klein
  • Arranged by: Ralph Burns, Billy Eyers, Jack French, Jonathan Tunick, Billy Reddy, Peter Matz & Fred Werner
  • Remote Engineer: Phil Ramone
  • Remix & Editing Engineer: Don Puluse
  • Location recorders at remote recording facilities: Aaron Baron, Larry Dahlstrom
  • Recordists: Hank Altman, Tom Dwyer
  • Cover illustration: Joe Eula
  • Back cover photos: Arthur Maillot, Robert Deutsch
  • Back cover design: Karen Lee Grant

Musicians

  • Rhythm: Arthur Azenzer, Frank Bruno, Norman Jeffries, Don De Marco, Jack Cavari
  • Brass: Al Di Risi, John Frosk, Lew Gluckin, Ronald Keller, Vincent Fanuele, Wayne Andre, Fred Zito
  • Woodwinds: Al Ragni, Dennis Anderson, Lewis Del Gatto, Walter Kane
  • Strings: Max Cahn, Tobias Bloom, Joseph Goodman, Marie Hence, Elmar Ollveira, Ian Wint, Sandra Robbins, Nina Simon, Maurice Brown, Bernard Fennell
  • Percussion: Eric Cohen, Charles Roeder
  • Orchestra personnel manager: Earl Shendell

Charts

Chart 1974 Peak position
Billboard 200 150[4]

References

  • Original LP jacket
  • The Liza Minnelli Scrapbook, Citadel Press 2004, by Scott Schechter
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