ReelCast 27 includes Ginny Sayre talking about Moon Over Miami, Van Johnson and Lucille Bremmer sing the song of the week, and–Catherine Hamilton talks about Till The Clouds Roll By.
Kayla is looking for people who would be willing to write fan stories about a certain selection of stars for a new website she’s working on http://www.elite-fabulous.com (the site will be up next week, she hopes!). She has a temporary site that is a template for what she’s going to do here: http://www.kathryngraysonfan.com/elitefabulous. You can email Kayla at KathrynGraysonFn@aol.com.
The star tributes she has planned thus far are:
For more information about Michael Feinstein, go here: http://www.michaelfeinstein.com.
For more information about Linda Eder, go here: http://www.lindaeder.com/.
For more information about Natalie Cole, go here: http://www.nataliecole.com.
For more information about Lorna Luft, go here:
And lastly, the most comprehensive site for Liza Minnelli is here: http://www.lizaonline.co.uk/index.html.
Meet Me in St. Louis is available in a two disc DVD set. It’s beautifully remastered. You can find that here: Meet Me In St. Louis (Two-Disc Special Edition).
The Soundtrack is also available from Rhino. You can find that here.
You can find Natalie Cole’s tribute album to her father here: Unforgettable: With Love.
Liza’s big tribute to her father was Minnelli on Minnelli. You can buy Minnelli on Minnelli here: Minnelli on Minnelli: Live at the Palace.
And last, but not least–you can find Linda’s Judy tribute album here:By Myself: The Songs of Judy Garland.
If you know of anyone else who does tributes like this who should be mentioned in ReelCast, let me know–I’d love to know of more brave souls. I will do another segment which includes people who try to revive standards in general like Michael Buble. Email me at email@example.com for feedback on anything you heard on today’s ReelCast.
Happy Fathers day to any fathers out there! 🙂
Ginny Sayre talks about torch carriers, birthday fellow and lady Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald sing the song of the week, and Catherine Hamilton talks about Meet Me In St. Louis.
Jael Barstow talks about Stella Dallas, Judy Garland sings the song of the week, and Catherine Hamilton debuts with an introduction to the Freed Unit.
I’ve been unsatified with the feel of ReelCast.org for quite some time. I wanted to make it more streamlined and I think and I hope, I have now succeeded at that. Every episode is archived now with brief description of who and what is in the show. I’ve also made it so that if people want to post commentaries to the show they can. You can do so by registering here: http://www.reelcast.org/wordpress/wp-register.php.
If you register, you also agree to write commentaries in a tasteful way with supplemental information and opposing views done in an educated way. In other words, no mudslinging without facts or an intelligent thought process behind your views.
I hope this will make the shows even better. Feel free to comment to the posts as well with any suggestions or comments that you have.Â The next episode of ReelCast will be available tomorrow.
Jael Barstow reviews Rosalie, Jane Powell sings the song of the week, and Libby Smith talks about Best Foot Forward.