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Liza Minnelli

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Liza!' is the debut studio album by American singer Liza Minnelli.
Her success as a live performer led to her recording several albums for Capitol Records: Liza! Liza! (1964), It Amazes Me (1965), and There Is a Time (1966).

Try to Remember

Liza Minnelli recorded it for her Liza! Liza! album in September 1964.

Peter Matz

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Peter Matz, who was also working with Barbra Streisand at the time, and would keep on collaborating with Minnelli up until his death, was mainly responsible for the rich and lush orchestral treatment given to the whole project.

Together (Wherever We Go)

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It Amazes Me

In December of the same year she was reunited with the same team that worked on her previous studio effort, with Minnelli displaying a larger vocal range than that showcased on Liza! Liza!.

Capitol Records

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It was released on October 12, 1964, by Capitol Records.

Off-Broadway

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At seventeen she had starred in the Off-Broadway revival of Best Foot Forward in 1963.

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At seventeen she had starred in the Off-Broadway revival of Best Foot Forward in 1963.

Best Foot Forward (musical)

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At seventeen she had starred in the Off-Broadway revival of Best Foot Forward in 1963.

Cadence Records

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The publicity surrounding her abilities led to television appearances and a single on the Cadence Records label.

Marvin Hamlisch

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For the creation of her debut album, she turned to her friend and classmate Marvin Hamlisch, who could help her in choosing the tunes.

Broadway theatre

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At the time he was working in the Broadway production of Funny Girl.

Funny Girl (musical)

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At the time he was working in the Broadway production of Funny Girl.

Fred Ebb

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Another one of the tracks featured here, "If I Were in Your Shoes", was written by the young writers Fred Ebb and John Kander, who had yet to make a big impact on the stage.

John Kander

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Another one of the tracks featured here, "If I Were in Your Shoes", was written by the young writers Fred Ebb and John Kander, who had yet to make a big impact on the stage.

Barbra Streisand

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Peter Matz, who was also working with Barbra Streisand at the time, and would keep on collaborating with Minnelli up until his death, was mainly responsible for the rich and lush orchestral treatment given to the whole project.

Billboard 200

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Liza! peaked on the Billboard'' 200 chart at number 115.

Cashbox (magazine)

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It received several glowing reviews, with Cashbox feeling it was "an auspicious debut" showcasing "fine new talent", while Record World said it was an "impressive [, ...] beguiling [,... and] beautifully varied" album from a "major singing talent".

Record World

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It received several glowing reviews, with Cashbox feeling it was "an auspicious debut" showcasing "fine new talent", while Record World said it was an "impressive [, ...] beguiling [,... and] beautifully varied" album from a "major singing talent".