Various Artists | Judy's Scary Little Christmas (Original L.A. Cast Album)

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Judy's Scary Little Christmas (Original L.A. Cast Album)

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An outrageous spoof of 1950's TV specials - Bing Crosby, Ethel Merman, Liberace (and more!) are all on hand for Judy Garland's biggest - and spookiest - comeback ever! Starring Ovation Award Winner Connie Champagne.
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1. TV Studio Mark A. Cross
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2. Back in Christmas Town Connie Champagne & Judy's Scary Little Christmas Ensemble
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4:55 $0.99
3. Welcome Connie Champagne
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4. Let's Share a Cup of Irish Cheer Connie Champagne & Sean Smith
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5. The Candy Cane Twist Don Lucas
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6. Mauna Loa Hula Holiday Lauri Johnson & Judy's Scary Little Christmas Ensemble
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7. Nixon's Christmas Memory Eric Anderson
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8. The Life of the Party Judy's Scary Little Christmas Company
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9. Angel Star Connie Champagne
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10. Reunion Connie Champagne & Sean Smith
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11. Ever Been in Love? Eric Anderson & Jan Sheldrick
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12. Joan's Bible Story Joanne O'Brien
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13. Alone Connie Champagne & Dustin Strong
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14. Make It Shine Connie Champagne & Judy's Scary Little Christmas Company
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15. Curtain Calls Joe Patrick Ward
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JUDY'S SCARY LITTLE CHRISTMAS - Original Los Angeles Cast Album. Ovation Award Winner Connie Champagne as "Judy Garland" in a hilarious send-up of live television specials of the 1950's. "Too good to waste on Scrooges" declared Talkin' Broadway, "this is camp, but camp with brains." Joe Patrick Ward's original score "serves the material perfectly, with 'Angel Star' and 'Make it Shine' both knockouts in the Garland manner." (Hollywood Reporter) "A witty score and a knockout cast." (Los Angeles Times). "The songs are infectiously melodic and contagious fun!" (Chicago Free-Press). With a hilarious book by James Webber and David Church, Kay Cole directed and choreographed this delightful musical spoof in Los Angeles, with productions following across the country. This dead-on original cast of Judy's celebrity guests include Sean Smith (as "Bing Crosby"), Eric Anderson (as "Richard Nixon"), Lauri Johnson (as "Ethel Merman"), Don Lucas (as "Liberace"), Jan Sheldrick (as "Lillian Hellman") and Joanne O'Brien (as "Joan Crawford") plus a brilliant ensemble. "An Instant Holiday Classic!" (Frontiers Newsmagazine)


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Love to Read - posted on Amazon.com 2012

Best show EVER
Saw this show in L.A. about 10 years ago. It was fabulous. You must go to see if it is being produced in your area. the whole family will love it.

Rob Lester - Talkin' Broadway CD Review

Too Good For Scrooges!
Guilty pleasure? Sure, but a well-crafted one by songwriter Joe Patrick Ward who knows his musical ghosts of Christmas Pastiche. Song standouts are the deliciously rich-with-cliches "Back in Christmas Town" and the very Judyesque "Angel Star." The included dialogue by James Webber and David Church is equally on target. Ward's music and lyrics show he has done his homework. Musical quotes from the trademark songs abound, and his own orchestrations are further evidence of that and wit. I'd be on Santa's naughty list if I gave away the punch lines and inside jokes, but I think if you love or hate the original articles, you'll have a good time. This is camp, but camp with brains.