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Released 2009

The first full-length collection of new studio recordings from eight-time Grammy award winner Barbra Streisand since 2005’s Guilty Pleasures. Love Is The Answer showcases the artist as a singer of emotional clarity, depth and maturity, offering the listener a selection … Read more »

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Released 2005

Barbra Streisand returns to the scene with her newest release, Guilty Pleasures, which marks the reuniting of the legendary singer with producer Barry Gibb, whom she originally collaborated with 25 years ago on the multi-platinum record Guilty. The new album … Read more »

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Released 2003

It’s a given that Barbra Streisand loves being a movie star. But this collection of pop songs culled from 60+ years of Hollywood history displays a love and understanding of movie songcraft whose depth is surprising, even coming from the … Read more »

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Released 2002

Even in the face of epochal success, it’s tempting to ponder what Barbra Streisand might have accomplished had she not spread herself across so many diverse entertainment media; so much ambition, so little time. This collection of 19 Streisand duets … Read more »

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Released 2002

Barbra Streisand’s bravado made her one of the 1960s’ overnight sensations. This 40-cut compendium traces her recording career from early tracks that frequently relay her subtlety to often impressive accommodations with soft rock and still later vibrato-fests that find her … Read more »

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Released 2001

What’s a nice Jewish girl from Brooklyn cum internationally renowned pop diva doing releasing a(nother) Christmas album? Well, maintaining a long-lived American tradition, for one thing. But then, this companion piece to Barbra Streisand’s 1967 A Christmas Album has a … Read more »

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Released 2000

Barbra Streisand’s Timeless: Live from the MGM Grand is not merely a career retrospective–it’s a life retrospective, and a show rather than a concert. The opening scene is 1955, with a young singer (ably played by Lauren Frost) finding her … Read more »

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Released 1997

She’s been eclipsed by a generation of newfangled power divas, but Babs still has it–superior repertoire in the Tin Pan Alley tradition, deep-pile production from the likes of Foster, Mardin and Afanasieff, and those zillion dollar pipes. Cuddlesome James Brolin … Read more »

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