Chip Deffaa
April 07, 2000 AT 04:00 AM EDT

No one is better than Judy Garland at her peak. And her voice comes through with unprecedented immediacy on Judy at Carnegie Hall, a remastered, unedited recording of her legendary 1961 concert. She sounds scattered and vulnerable on the between-song chatter — making all the more remarkable the authority she brings to ”The Man That Got Away,” ”Chicago,” and an ineffably moving ”Do It Again.” A

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