Although performed in 1961, the "Judy At Carnegie Hall" concert album ended 1962 as the eighth best selling album of the year. I'm gonna hazard a real wild guess here, but, I suspect that if your reading this blog, you've heard this album. If that is indeed the case, then I need say nothing more. If, however, you've managed never to hear it, well then, WTF!
It's such a shame that it wasn't captured on film, but here is a very nicely done slide show clip of one of about a million big moments from the show:
This is not from the Carnegie Hall show, but I've always loved it and hadn't heard it in about 20 years:
So, while Judy toys with our affections by teasing a possible return (if only), I wish to thank TJB, with all my heart, this has been a complete blast. I will be back on the job at Felix In Hollywood tomorrow, if the red eye lands on time.
In the immortal words of a famous (sometimes) blond debutant,
Now go to sleep. Oh, I forgot this city never sleeps.