This compilation, assembled by the German branch of Sony Music Entertainment's Columbia Records label, draws on recordings Liza Minnelli made for Columbia that were released on four LPs between 1972 and 1977 - the studio albums Liza Minnelli, The Singer (1973) and Tropical Nights (1977), and the concert albums Liza with a "Z" (1972) and Live at the Winter Garden (1974).
"Results" is the 1989 Liza Minnelli studio album produced by Pet Shop Boys and Julian Mendelsohn. The album was a success in the United Kingdom, where it reached #6 on the UK Albums Chart and was certified Gold by BPI (promoted by the lead single, "Losing My Mind," which reached #6 on the UK Singles Chart). Results also reached #13 in Spain and was certified Gold there. The album was less successful in the United States, peaking only at #128 on the Billboard 200.
The legendary Liza meets Charles Aznavour for a once-in-a-lifetime event filmed live during Liza's "Stepping Out" world tour at the Palais Des Congres in Paris, France. Aznavour & Minnelli - Live at Palais Des Congres Des Paris movie Liza and Charles sing both stars' best known hits and rare gems such as "Losing My Mind", Mon Emouvant Amour", "Cabaret" and "New York New York"
The full two-hour performance of Liza Minnelli's 2009 Tony Award-winning concert, Liza's at The Palace, this exciting midnight performance was recorded at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on October 1, 2009. Act One features favorite songs by Ms. Minnelli, including Cabaret, Maybe This Time, What Makes a Man a Man, and My Own Best Friend. A first act highlight is Liza's special rendition of the Palace Medley, originally sung by her mother, Judy Garland, at the Palace Theatre in 1951. Liza adds a new personal musical introduction to the fond remembrance of famous vaudevillians. Act Two is very special tribute to Liza's godmother, Kay Thompson, a groundbreaking singer-dancer, songwriter, and vocal arranger/coach at the MGM studios in the 1940's.
Liza Minnelli's career as a recording artist essentially lapsed after the commercial failure of her 1977 album Tropical Nights, but recording was never one of her real priorities, taking a back seat to her work as a live performer and film star. After early records on which she was positioned as a middle-of-the-road pop singer in the '60s, she made some attempts to perform contemporary, rock-informed material, but her heart wasn't in that, and eventually she contented herself with occasionally updating her stage act on record, notably with 1987's Liza Minnelli at Carnegie Hall. Thus, Results, her first studio album in 12 years, seemed to come out of the blue.
Celebrating sixty years in show business, the iconic Liza Minnelli is about to release the most intimate and revealing recording of her career, Confesssions, available everywhere on September 28th (Decca). A collection of American classics, Confessions features some of Minnelli's favorite songs of all time, arranged simply and elegantly, with accompaniment by her long-time pianist Billy Stritch.