is the title of There Is a Time Liza Minnelli's third solo studio album, her last with Capitol Records, released in 1966 by Capitol Records. It contained her interpretations of eleven pop standards. It was recorded at Capitol Records' New York studio at 151 West 46th Street.
Reception [ edit ]
The album failed to chart or sell, just like her previous album, it was however well received by critics, with Stereo Review even naming it album of the year.
Track listing [ edit ]
Side one [ edit ]
"There Is a Time (Le Temps)" (Lees,
Charles Aznavour, Davis) "
I (Who Have Nothing)" ( Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Mogol, Carlo Donida) "
M'Lord" ( Marguerite Monnot, Yussef Mustacchi) "Watch What Happens" (Demy, Gimbel,
Michel Legrand) "One of Those Songs" (Calvi, Holt)
"Days of the Waltz" (
Jacques Brel, Holt)
Side two [ edit ]
Marieke" ( Jacques Brel, Jouannest) "Love at Last You Have Found Me" (
Charles Aznavour, Worth) "
I'll Build A Stairway to Paradise" ( Buddy DeSylva, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) "See the Old Man" (
John Kander, Fred Ebb) "
The Parisians" ( Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
Personnel [ edit ]
Produced by: Marvin Holtzman
Arranged and conducted by: Ray Ellis
References [ edit ]
"Liza Minnelli: When It Comes Down To It.......1968-1977" liner notes by Glenn A. Baker, 2003
"Liza Minnelli: The Complete A&M Recordings" liner notes by Scott Schechter, 2008
"Liza Minnelli: The Complete Capitol Collection" liner notes by Scott Schechter, 2006