Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand

Barbara Joan "Barbra" Streisand (; born April 24, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and filmmaker. In a career spanning six decades, she has achieved success in multiple fields of entertainment and has been recognized with two Academy Awards, ten Grammy Awards including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Grammy Legend Award, five Emmy Awards including one Daytime Emmy, a Special Tony Award, an American Film Institute award, a Kennedy Center Honors prize, four Peabody Awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and nine Golden Globes. She is among a small group of entertainers who have been honored with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award, and is one of only two artists in that group who have also won a Peabody.

After beginning a successful recording career in the 1960s, Streisand ventured into film by the end of that decade. She starred in the critically acclaimed Funny Girl, for which she won the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress. Her other films include The Owl and the Pussycat, The Way We Were, and A Star Is Born, for which she received her second Academy Award, composing music for the love theme "Evergreen", the first woman to be honored as a composer. With the release of Yentl in 1983, Streisand became the first woman to write, produce, direct, and star in a major studio film. The film won an Oscar for Best Score and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Musical; Streisand received the Golden Globe Award for Best Director, the first (and to date only) woman to win that award.

Streisand is one of the best-selling recording artists of all time, with more than 68.5 million albums in the U.S. and with a total of 150 million albums and singles sold worldwide making her the best-selling female artist among top-selling artists recognized by the Recording Industry Association of America. The RIAA and Billboard recognize Streisand as holding the record for the most top 10 albums of any female recording artist: a total of 34 since 1963. According to Billboard, Streisand holds the record for the female with the most number one albums (11). Billboard also recognizes Streisand as the greatest female of all time on its Billboard 200 chart and one of the greatest artists of all time on its Hot 100 chart. Streisand is the only recording artist to have a number-one album in each of the last six decades, having released 53 gold albums, 31 platinum albums, and 14 multi-platinum albums in the United States.

Albums/Movies/TV Shows


2016

Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway

Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway is the thirty-fifth studio album by American singer and songwriter Barbra Streisand, released on August 26, 2016 by Columbia Records. Encore debuted at the top of the US Billboard 200 chart, extending Streisand's record as the woman with the most number-one albums in chart history. The album also reached number one in Australia and the United Kingdom, where it became her third and seventh chart-topper respectively. Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway received a nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards held in February 2017.

Genre: Traditional pop

Release date: Aug 26, 2016

Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway Tracks
1 At The Ballet 3:27
2 Loving You 3:10
3 Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) 3:55
4 The Best Thing That Has Ever Happened 3:7
5 Any Moment Now 3:42
6 Pure Imagination 3:38
7 I'll Be Seeing You / I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face 3:47
8 Climb Ev'ry Mountain 3:59
9 I Didn't Know What Time It Was 3:43

2014

Partners

Partners is the thirty-fourth studio album by American singer and songwriter Barbra Streisand, released on September 16, 2014 by Columbia Records. The album features Streisand singing duets with an all-male lineup including Stevie Wonder, Michael Bublé, Billy Joel, John Legend, John Mayer, Andrea Bocelli, Lionel Richie, and Elvis Presley from an earlier recording. The collection also features Streisand's first studio-recorded duet with her now 47-year-old son, Jason Gould. The album release was promoted on The Tonight Show, where Streisand was the evening's sole guest and sang a medley with host Jimmy Fallon.

Genre: Traditional pop, vocal music

Release date: Sep 16, 2014

Partners Tracks
1 It Had To Be You 4:21
2 People 3:40
3 Come Rain Or Come Shine 4:14
4 Evergreen 3:05
5 New York State Of Mind 4:40
6 I'd Want It To Be You 4:11
7 The Way We Were 4:54
8 I Still Can See Your Face 4:08
9 How Deep Is The Ocean 4:23
10 What Kind Of Fool 4:08
11 Somewhere 4:30
12 Love Me Tender 3:42
13 Lost Inside Of You 3:58

2012

Release Me

Release Me is a 2012 compilation album of rare and previously unreleased tracks by American singer Barbra Streisand.

Genre: Vocal

Release date: Nov 16, 2016

Release Me Tracks
1 Being Good Isn't Good Enough 3:28
2 Didn't We 3:10
3 Willow Weep For Me 3:31
4 Try To Win A Friend 4:04
5 I Think It's Going To Rain Today 3:31
6 With One More Look At You 7:16
7 Lost In Wonderland 3:32
8 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? / Heather On The Hill 4:34
9 Mother And Child 5:01
10 If It's Meant To Be 4:05
11 Home 3:31

2011

What Matters Most

What Matters Most is the thirty-third studio album by Barbra Streisand. The album is Streisand's collection of songs by her longtime friends Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman. Streisand produced the album herself. The first disc contains Bergman songs not previously recorded by Streisand, while the second disc contains previously recorded Bergman songs. On November 30, 2011 the album received a nomination in the 54th Grammy Awards for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.The album sold 68,000 in United States in the first week and a total of 210,000 copies (as of July 2012).

Genre: Traditional pop, vocal music

Release date: Aug 23, 2011

What Matters Most Tracks
1 The Windmills Of Your Mind 4:10
2 Something New In My Life 4:03
3 Solitary Moon 4:32
4 Nice 'N' Easy 4:26
5 Alone In The World 4:10
6 So Many Stars 4:26
7 The Same Hello, The Same Goodbye 4:10
8 That Face 4:30
9 I'll Never Say Goodbye 4:09
10 What Matters Most 3:12

2009

Love Is The Answer

Love Is the Answer is an album of jazz standards by Barbra Streisand released on September 29, 2009. The album was produced by Diana Krall and features Krall on piano. Orchestral arrangements are by Johnny Mandel, Anthony Wilson and Alan Broadbent. A deluxe edition contains a bonus disc featuring versions of the songs with just Streisand's vocals and Krall's quartet.

Genre: Jazz

Release date: Sep 29, 2009

Love Is The Answer Tracks
1 Here's To Life 4:32
2 In The Wee Small Hours 3:59
3 Gentle Rain 4:22
4 If You Go Away 4:04
5 Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most 4:33
6 Make Someone Happy 4:11
7 Where Do You Start? 4:28
8 A Time For Love 5:15
9 Here's That Rainy Day 5:05
10 Love Dance 4:45
11 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 5:35
12 Some Other Time 4:44
13 You Must Believe In Spring 4:02

2005

Guilty Pleasures

Guilty Pleasures is an album by Barbra Streisand in conjunction with Barry Gibb released in September 2005. In Ireland and the United Kingdom, the album is titled Guilty Too. It is the follow-up to Streisand's 1980 album, Guilty, which also featured Barry Gibb. The album features a cover of Gibb's late brother Andy's song "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away". In the United States the album peaked at no. 5 and has been certified Gold (500,000 copies sold) continuing Streisand's record of achieving the most gold and platinum records for a female artist, and in second place in general behind Elvis Presley. The album was also top 3 in the UK, where it has been certified Platinum (over 300,000 copies sold). Both albums can also be considered partial-collaboration albums, since Streisand not only did two duets with Gibb, but Gibb could also be heard as a background vocalist in a few other songs solely by the artist herself, along with the fact that both singers were on the cover for both albums issued.

Genre: Pop • soul • adult contemporary

Release date: Sep 20, 2005

Guilty Pleasures Tracks
1 Come Tomorrow 5:02
2 Stranger In A Strange Land 4:06
3 Hideaway 4:13
4 It's Up To You 3:26
5 Night Of My Life 4:00
6 Above The Law 4:15
7 Without Your Love 3:49
8 All The Children 5:15
9 Golden Dawn 4:40
10 (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away 3:56
11 Letting Go 3:47

2003

The Movie Album

The Movie Album is a 2003 studio album released by Barbra Streisand, consisting of 12 songs newly recorded by Streisand, all previously featured in film soundtracks. It reached the Top Five of Billboard's album chart and was immediately certified Gold (for US sales of over 500,000 copies). In the U.S., a Limited Edition was released containing a bonus DVD with music videos for Wild Is The Wind and I'm In The Mood For Love, as well as song commentaries by Barbra Streisand.

Genre: Vocal

Release date: Oct 14, 2003

The Movie Album Tracks
1 Smile 4:17
2 Moon River 3:45
3 I'm In The Mood For Love 4:05
4 Wild Is The Wind 4:15
5 Emily 3:50
6 More In Love With You 4:45
7 How Do You Keep The Music Playing? 4:25
8 But Beautiful 5:41
9 Calling You 5:00
10 The Second Time Around 4:40
11 Goodbye For Now 2:52
12 You're Gonna Hear From Me 4:09

2002

Duets

Duets is the 42nd album by Barbra Streisand. It is a collection of some of Streisand's duet performances recorded both in the studio and live between 1963 and 2002. The album contains two newly recorded songs, one with Barry Manilow and one with Josh Groban. Sony released the CD with four different color schemes on the front cover to make the item more collectible.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 26, 2002

Duets Tracks
1 I Won't Be The One To Let Go 4:42
2 Guilty 4:23
3 You Don't Bring Me Flowers 4:04
4 I Finally Found Someone 2:39
5 Cryin' Time 2:32
6 I've Got A Crush On You 1:24
7 Tell Him 4:53
8 No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) 8:28
9 What Kind Of Fool 4:08
10 I Have A Love / One Hand, One Heart 4:43
11 One Less Bell To Answer / A House Is Not A Home 6:35
12 Lost Inside Of You 3:58
13 Till I Loved You 5:11
14 Make No Mistake, He's Mine 4:18
15 If You Ever Leave Me 4:34
16 The Music Of The Night 5:38
17 Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead! 1:55
18 Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again 4:10
19 All I Know Of Love 4:32

2001

Christmas Memories

Christmas Memories is the second Christmas album and 57th album by singer Barbra Streisand, released in 2001. The album reached Number 15 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart and has been certified as Platinum, her 28th platinum disk in America. Sales have now reached 1 million copies in the USA.

Genre: Christmas, vocal

Release date: Oct 30, 2001

Christmas Memories Tracks
1 I'll Be Home For Christmas 4:11
2 A Christmas Love Song 4:00
3 What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? 3:57
4 I Remember 4:59
5 Snowbound 3:00
6 It Must Have Been The Mistletoe 3:11
7 Christmas Lullaby 3:32
8 Christmas Mem'ries 4:48
9 Grown-Up Christmas List 3:32
10 Ave Maria - Op. 52 No. 6 5:46
11 Closer 3:56
12 One God 3:38

1999

A Love Like Ours

A Love Like Ours is an album by Barbra Streisand. It was released in North America on September 21, 1999 and Europe on September 20, 1999. It is her 23rd Top 10 album in the US. This was Streisand's first commercial release since her marriage to actor James Brolin. Much of the material was inspired by this event. As such, the disc booklet contains images of her and Brolin.

Genre: Pop, Vocal

Release date: Sep 21, 1999

A Love Like Ours Tracks
1 I've Dreamed Of You 4:45
2 Isn't It A Pity? 5:21
3 The Island 4:43
4 Love Like Ours 3:59
5 If You Ever Leave Me 4:34
6 We Must Be Loving Right 3:47
7 If I Never Met You 3:41
8 It Must Be You 3:38
9 Just One Lifetime 4:22
10 If I Didn't Love You 4:17
11 Wait 4:13
12 The Music That Makes Me Dance 3:53

1997

Higher Ground

Higher Ground is the 27th studio album by Barbra Streisand, her first in four years. The album was inspired by and dedicated to Virginia Clinton Kelley. It was released in North America on November 11, 1997 and a day earlier in Europe. Higher Ground was her eighth #1 album in the US and has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide.

Genre: Pop, vocal

Release date: Nov 11, 1997

Higher Ground Tracks
1 I Believe / You'll Never Walk Alone 6:44
2 Higher Ground 4:21
3 At The Same Time 4:19
4 Tell Him 4:53
5 On Holy Ground 6:13
6 If I Could 4:34
7 Circle 4:15
8 The Water Is Wide / Deep River 5:31
9 Leading With Your Heart 3:33
10 Lessons To Be Learned 4:50
11 Everything Must Change 4:15
12 Avinu Malkeinu 4:19

1988

Till I Loved You

Till I Loved You is a studio album by American artist Barbra Streisand, released on October 25, 1988 on Columbia Records. The album was particularly notable both for its thematic structure (its eleven songs chronicle a romance's beginning, middle and end) and its high-budget production, as many guest writers, producers and musicians participated during its making – Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager offered three brand new songs to the album, Quincy Jones produced "The Places You Find Love" and Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick among others added backing vocals to the track. Also, the title track (a Top 40 hit in the Billboard Hot 100) was a duet between Streisand and her then-boyfriend, actor Don Johnson. According to the liner notes of Barbra's retrospective box set: Just for the Record, the album also received a record certification in the Netherlands and in New Zealand.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 25, 1988

Till I Loved You Tracks
1 The Places You Find Love 5:11
2 On My Way To You 3:47
3 Till I Loved You 5:11
4 Love Light 4:34
5 All I Ask Of You 4:01
6 You And Me For Always 3:49
7 Why Let It Go? 4:26
8 Two People 3:41
9 What Were We Thinking Of 4:23
10 Some Good Things Never Last 4:24
11 One More Time Around 3:44

1985

The Broadway Album

The Broadway Album is the twenty-fourth studio album by director, composer, actress and singer Barbra Streisand, released by Columbia Records on November 5, 1985. Consisting mainly of classic show tunes, the album marked a major shift in Barbra Streisand's career. Streisand had spent ten years appearing in musicals and singing standards on her albums in the 1960s. Beginning with the album Stoney End in 1971 and ending with the album Emotion in 1984, Streisand sang mostly rock and disco-oriented songs for Columbia records. Noted Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim personally penned additional lyrics for the songs "Putting It Together" and "Send in the Clowns" on request of the singer. The album, originally released on the Columbia label and subsequently re-released by Columbia and Sony Records, was a critical and commercial success. First certified gold by the RIAA on January 13, 1986, it reached four times platinum on January 31, 1995.

Genre: Vocal, show tunes

Release date: Nov 5, 1985

The Broadway Album Tracks
1 Putting It Together 4:58
2 If I Loved You 2:39
3 Something's Coming 2:56
4 Not While I'm Around 3:30
5 Being Alive 3:24
6 I Have Dreamed / We Kiss In A Shadow / Something Wonderful 4:52
7 Adelaide's Lament 3:27
8 Send In The Clowns 4:38
9 Pretty Women / The Ladies Who Lunch 5:12
10 Can't Help Lovin' That Man 3:31
11 I Loves You Porgy / Porgy I's Your Woman Now (Bess, You Is My Woman) 4:36
12 Somewhere 4:30

1984

Emotion

Emotion is the twenty-third studio album released by Barbra Streisand. It was released on October 9, 1984 and went platinum in the United States on December 18 the same year.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 9, 1984

Emotion Tracks
1 Emotion 5:03
2 Make No Mistake, He's Mine 4:18
3 Time Machine 4:48
4 Best I Could 4:18
5 Left In The Dark 6:12
6 Heart Don't Change My Mind 4:51
7 When I Dream 4:27
8 You're A Step In The Right Direction 3:52
9 Clear Sailing 3:51
10 Here We Are At Last 3:18

1983

Yentl

Yentl Tracks
1 Where Is It Written? 4:56
2 Papa, Can You Hear Me? 3:18
3 This Is One Of Those Moments 4:11
4 No Wonder 2:32
5 The Way He Makes Me Feel 4:14
6 No Wonder (Part Two) 3:21
7 Tomorrow Night 5:14
8 Will Someone Ever Look At Me That Way? 3:08
9 No Matter What Happens 4:06
10 No Wonder (Reprise) 1:08
11 A Piece Of Sky 4:10

1981

Memories

Memories is an album released by Barbra Streisand in 1981. It is primarily a compilation of previously released material, but includes three newly recorded songs. The album was certified 5× Platinum by the RIAA, reaching number 10 on the US albums chart. First released on Columbia, it was re-released under the CBS imprint in 1981 with four additional tracks. In the UK, where it was released as Love Songs, it reached number 1 on the albums chart for nine weeks (seven of them consecutively and it became the UK's best-selling album of 1982, the first album by female performer to achieve it. The album was certified platinum in the UK (prior to multi-platinum awards being given), and 6× platinum in Australia. According to the liner notes of Barbra's retrospective box set: Just for the Record, the album also received a record certification in the Netherlands and in Switzerland.Three previously unreleased tracks, "Memory", "Comin' In and Out of Your Life", and "Lost Inside of You" were featured on the album. "Comin' In and Out of Your Life" was the most successful of the new singles, peaking at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 19, 1981

Memories Tracks
1 Memory 4:02
2 You Don't Bring Me Flowers 4:04
3 My Heart Belongs to Me 3:25
4 New York State of Mind 4:40
5 No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) 8:28
6 Comin' In And Out Of Your Life 4:11
7 Evergreen 3:05
8 Lost Inside of You 3:58
9 The Love Inside 5:02
10 The Way We Were 4:54
11 Lost Inside Of You 3:19

1980

Guilty

Guilty is the twenty-second studio album by American singer Barbra Streisand released on September 23, 1980 by Columbia Records. It was produced by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and his group's regular production team of Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson.

Genre: Synthpop, R&B, soul, adult contemporary

Release date: Sep 23, 1980

Guilty Tracks
1 Guilty 4:23
2 Woman In Love 3:55
3 Run Wild 3:49
4 Promises 4:13
5 The Love Inside 5:02
6 What Kind Of Fool 4:08
7 Life Story 4:39
8 Never Give Up 3:44
9 Make It Like A Memory 7:33

1979

The Main Event: A Glove Story

The Main Event: A Glove Story Tracks
1 The Main Event / Fight 4:53
2 The Main Event (Ballad) 4:13

1979

Wet

Wet is an album released by Barbra Streisand in 1979. The album is a concept album of sorts with all the songs referring to, or expressing different interpretations of, water. Wet is also the first and the last word sung on the album.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 19, 1979

Wet Tracks
1 Wet 4:01
2 Come Rain Or Come Shine 4:14
3 Splish Splash 4:23
4 On Rainy Afternoons 3:12
5 After The Rain 3:47
6 No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) 8:28
7 Niagara 3:34
8 I Ain't Gonna Cry Tonight 5:07
9 Kiss Me In The Rain 4:25

1978

Songbird

Songbird is a studio album by Barbra Streisand, released in 1978. The album includes Streisand's solo version of "You Don't Bring Me Flowers". She also subsequently recorded this song as a duet with Neil Diamond and this version topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two non-consecutive weeks in December 1978. The title track reached number 25 on the Hot 100 and spent two weeks atop the adult contemporary chart.

Genre: Pop

Release date: May 19, 1978

Songbird Tracks
1 Tomorrow 3:03
2 A Man I Loved 3:58
3 I Don't Break Easily 4:00
4 Love Breakdown 3:41
5 You Don't Bring Me Flowers (Solo Version) 3:59
6 Honey Can I Put On Your Clothes 5:30
7 One More Night 3:15
8 Stay Away 3:50
9 Deep In The Night 3:13
10 Songbird 3:49

1977

Streisand Superman

Streisand Superman Tracks
1 Superman 2:48
2 Don't Believe What You Read 3:38
3 Baby Me Baby 4:29
4 I Found You Love 3:51
5 Answer Me 3:17
6 My Heart Belongs To Me 3:25
7 Cabin Fever 3:16
8 Love Comes From Unexpected Places 4:11
9 New York State Of Mind 4:40
10 Lullaby For Myself 3:18

1976

Classical Barbra

Classical Barbra is a studio album by Barbra Streisand, released in February 1976 but recorded in 1973. The album consists of songs by classical European composers and includes tracks sung in English, French, Occitan, German, Italian and Latin. The music is performed by the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Claus Ogerman. Leonard Bernstein wrote of the album, "Barbra Streisand's natural ability to make music takes her over to the classical field with extraordinary ease. It's clear that she loves these songs. In her sensitive, straightforward, and enormously appealing performance, she has given us a very special musical experience." The album has been certified Gold in the United States for sales of 500,000 on May 5, 1999. In 2013 the album was remastered and 2 bonus tracks were added.

Release date: Feb 19, 1976

Classical Barbra Tracks
1 Debussy: Beau Soir 2:57
2 Canteloube: Brezairola 3:48
3 Wolf: Verschwiegene Liebe 2:58
4 Faure: Apres Un Reve 3:24
5 Orff: In Trutina 2:12
6 Handel: Lascia Ch'Io Pianga 3:36
7 Schumann: Mondnacht 3:57
8 Handel: Dank Sei Dir, Herr 3:43
9 Ogerman: I Loved You 2:20

1976

A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born Tracks
1 Watch Closely Now 7:45
2 Queen Bee 4:00
3 Everything 3:51
4 Lost Inside Of You 3:58
5 Hellacious Acres 3:01
6 Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") 3:07
7 The Woman In The Moon 4:23
8 I Believe In Love 3:00
9 Crippled Crow 3:36
10 Finale: With One More Look At You / Watch Closely Now 7:45
11 Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") Reprise 3:07

1975

Funny Lady

Funny Lady is a 1975 American biographical comedy-drama musical film starring Barbra Streisand, James Caan, Omar Sharif, Roddy McDowall, and Ben Vereen.

Funny Lady Tracks
1 How Lucky Can You Get 4:51
2 So Long Honey Lamb 7:57
3 I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five & Ten Cent Store) 2:01
4 Isn't This Better 3:32
5 If I Love Again 2:46
6 I Got A Code In My Doze 1:14
7 (It's Gonna Be) A Great Day 5:20
8 Blind Date 5:01
9 Am I Blue? 3:24
10 It's Only A Paper Moon / I Like Him 2:04
11 More Than You Know 2:31
12 Let's Hear It For Me (Unreleased Intro) 3:12
13 Let's Hear It For Me 3:12

1975

Lazy Afternoon

Lazy Afternoon is a pop album by Barbra Streisand released in 1975 on Columbia Records. The album peaked at number twelve on the Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the RIAA in April 1976.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 16, 2016

Lazy Afternoon Tracks
1 Lazy Afternoon 3:51
2 My Father's Song 4:01
3 By The Way 2:58
4 Shake Me, Wake Me (When It's Over) 4:51
5 I Never Had It So Good 3:36
6 Letters That Cross In The Mail 3:39
7 You And I 4:17
8 Moanin' Low 4:28
9 A Child Is Born 2:49
10 Widescreen 4:00

1974

The Way We Were

The Way We Were is an album recorded by singer Barbra Streisand. It was originally released in 1974 with the title The Way We Were but due to legal disputes with producer Ray Stark who produced the feature film with the same name, the album was re-issued and re-titled Barbra Streisand Featuring the Hit Single The Way We Were and All in Love Is Fair, the title The Way We Were was removed from the front, and the spine of the vinyl release reflected the new title. The title has since been changed back to The Way We Were and the cover art has had this title added back to its original release for its 2002 digitally remastered compact disc issuing.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Jan 19, 1974

The Way We Were Tracks
1 Being At War With Each Other 4:04
2 Something So Right 4:27
3 The Best Thing You've Ever Done 2:50
4 The Way We Were 4:54
5 All In Love Is Fair 4:05
6 What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? 3:18
7 Summer Me, Winter Me 2:55
8 Pieces Of Dreams 3:27
9 I've Never Been A Woman Before 2:45
10 Medley: My Buddy / How About Me? 4:12

1974

ButterFly

ButterFly is a studio album by Barbra Streisand, recorded and released in 1974. The credited producer is Streisand's then-boyfriend Jon Peters, with arrangements by Tom Scott. The album contains contemporary material from a diverse selection of writers, as well as interpretations of standards. In a 1992 interview with Larry King, Streisand cited ButterFly as the least favorite of her albums.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 19, 1974

ButterFly Tracks
1 Love In The Afternoon 4:09
2 Guava Jelly 3:20
3 Grandma's Hands 3:26
4 I Won't Last A Day Without You 4:19
5 Jubilation 3:54
6 Simple Man 3:03
7 Life On Mars 3:16
8 Since I Don't Have You 2:59
9 Crying Time 2:32
10 Let The Good Times Roll 4:58

1973

Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments

Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments Tracks
1 Piano Practicing 3:33
2 I Got Rhythm 1:25
3 Johnny One Note / One Note Samba 3:47
4 Glad To Be Unhappy 2:53
5 People (From Barbra And Other Musical Instruments) 2:03
6 Second Hand Rose (From Barbra And Other Musical Instruments) 0:17
7 Don't Rain On My Parade 2:15
8 Don't Ever Leave Me 4:39
9 Monologue (Dialogue) 0:47
10 By Myself 2:04
11 Come Back To Me 2:32
12 I Never Has Seen Snow 5:13
13 Lied: Auf Dem Wasser Zu Singen 1:33
14 The World Is A Concerto / Make Your Own Kind Of Music 4:01
15 The Sweetest Sounds 2:57

1971

Stoney End

Stoney End is the twelfth studio album by Barbra Streisand. Released in 1971, it was a change in direction for Streisand with a more upbeat contemporary pop sound. The album peaked at #10 in the United States, her first to reach the top 10 in five years, and was produced by music producer Richard Perry. When asked by fans during the Q&A segment of Streisand's Back To Brooklyn concert on October 11, 2012 what the title track "Stoney End" was about, she replied that she still didn't know. She included a short (approximately nine seconds) track of her laughing between track eight and nine. The volume for this track is so much lower than the rest that many have never been aware of its existence.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 16, 2016

Stoney End Tracks
1 I Don't Know Where I Stand 3:43
2 Hands Off The Man (Flim Flam Man) 2:40
3 If You Could Read My Mind 3:56
4 Just A Little Lovin' (Early In The Mornin') 2:30
5 Let Me Go 2:21
6 Stoney End 3:01
7 No Easy Way Down 3:53
8 Time And Love 3:57
9 Maybe 3:09
10 Free The People 3:20
11 I'll Be Home 2:55

1971

Barbra Joan Streisand

Barbra Joan Streisand is an album by Barbra Streisand, released in August, 1971 on Columbia Records. It is notable for including "I Mean to Shine", the first recording of a song written by the Steely Dan duo of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. The album also features production and backing work by members of the female band Fanny.

Genre: Pop, soft rock

Release date: Aug 19, 1971

Barbra Joan Streisand Tracks
1 Beautiful 2:22
2 Love 3:10
3 Where You Lead 2:59
4 I Never Meant To Hurt You 3:50
5 One Less Bell To Answer / A House Is Not A Home 6:35
6 Space Captain 3:20
7 Since I Fell For You 3:27
8 Mother 4:38
9 The Summer Knows 3:48
10 I Mean To Shine 2:54
11 You've Got A Friend 4:56

1970

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Tracks
1 Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here 3:12
2 Love With All The Trimmings 3:23
3 Melinda 6:08
4 Go To Sleep 3:21
5 He Isn't You 1:49
6 What Did I Have That I Don't Have? 6:03
7 Come Back To Me 2:32
8 On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) 3:08
9 On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Reprise) 3:17

1969

What About Today?

What About Today? is an album released in July 1969 by Barbra Streisand. It is considered to be her first attempt at recording contemporary pop songs and was received poorly, peaking at number 31 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It is one of only three studio albums by Streisand (the others being 1973's Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments and 2011's What Matters Most) not to have received an RIAA sales certification in the United States. The album features songs originally recorded by The Beatles and Paul Simon among others. The cover photograph was an outtake from a 1968 Vogue shoot with Richard Avedon.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 16, 2016

What About Today? Tracks
1 What About Today? 2:56
2 Ask Yourself Why 3:02
3 Honey Pie 2:41
4 Punky's Dilemma 3:27
5 Until It's Time For You To Go 2:59
6 That's A Fine Kind O' Freedom 3:21
7 Little Tin Soldier 3:54
8 With A Little Help From My Friends 2:39
9 Alfie 3:21
10 The Morning After 2:39
11 Goodnight 3:46

1969

Hello, Dolly!

Hello, Dolly! Tracks
1 Just Leave Everything To Me - Prologue - Call On Dolly 3:25
2 It Takes A Woman 2:16
3 It Takes A Woman (Reprise) 2:16
4 Put On Your Sunday Clothes 5:32
5 Ribbons Down My Back 2:35
6 Dancing 3:28
7 Before The Parade Passes By 4:53
8 Elegance 3:08
9 Love Is Only Love 3:11
10 Hello, Dolly! 3:51
11 It Only Takes A Moment 4:11
12 So Long Dearie 2:38
13 Hello, Dolly! Finale 4:18

1968

A Happening In Central Park

A Happening In Central Park Tracks
1 I Can See It 3:05
2 Love Is Like A New Born Child 2:57
3 Folk Monologue / Value 4:56
4 Cry Me A River 3:52
5 People (From A Happening In Central Park) 4:06
6 He Touched Me 3:13
7 Marty The Martian 2:26
8 Natural Sounds 2:59
9 Second Hand Rose (From A Happening In Central Park) 3:18
10 Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) 2:06
11 Happy Days Are Here Again 4:10

1967

A Christmas Album

A Christmas Album (1967) is the first Christmas album released by Barbra Streisand.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Oct 16, 1967

A Christmas Album Tracks
1 Jingle Bells 1:55
2 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 3:13
3 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) 3:59
4 White Christmas 3:07
5 My Favorite Things 3:08
6 The Best Gift 3:12
7 Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) 2:06
8 Ave Maria 4:50
9 O Little Town Of Bethlehem 2:57
10 I Wonder As I Wander 3:18

1967

Simply Streisand

Simply Streisand (1967) is the ninth studio album released by Barbra Streisand. The album was released simultaneously with A Christmas Album and was Streisand's first that failed to chart in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 when it peaked at #12. Simply Streisand was recorded March 14, 15 and 20th, 1967. According to Billboard Magazine, Columbia Records reports a sale of nearly 250,000 in its first two weeks on the market. The album was certified Gold by RIAA in April 24, 2002.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Nov 16, 2016

Simply Streisand Tracks
1 My Funny Valentine 2:23
2 The Nearness Of You 3:28
3 When Sunny Gets Blue 2:57
4 Make The Man Love Me 2:27
5 Lover Man 2:54
6 More Than You Know 2:31
7 I'll Know 2:25
8 All The Things You Are 3:39
9 The Boy Next Door 2:56
10 Stout-Hearted Men 2:44

1966

Color Me Barbra

Color Me Barbra is the seventh studio album by singer Barbra Streisand released on Columbia Records in 1966. It reached number 3 in the US albums chart and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It was also the title of Streisand's second CBS TV special on March 30, 1966 and the first in color when it was still a novelty for TV, hence the title.

Genre: Pop, vocal

Release date: Mar 19, 1966

Color Me Barbra Tracks
1 Yesterdays 3:10
2 One Kiss 2:19
3 The Minute Waltz 2:01
4 Gotta Move 2:02
5 Non C'est Rien 3:29
6 Where Or When 3:07
7 Medley 3:20
8 C'est Si Bon (It's So Good) 3:41
9 Where Am I Going? 2:52
10 Starting Here, Starting Now 2:56

1966

Je M'Appelle Barbra

Je M'Appelle Barbra Tracks
1 Free Again 3:46
2 Autumn Leaves 2:55
3 What Now My Love 2:42
4 Ma Premiere Chanson 2:25
5 Clopin Clopant 3:11
6 Le Mur 2:36
7 I Wish You Love 3:02
8 Speak To Me Of Love 2:53
9 Love And Learn 2:30
10 Once Upon A Summertime 3:40
11 Martina 2:23
12 I've Been Here 2:32

1965

My Name Is Barbra

My Name Is Barbra is the first of two studio album tie-ins to Barbra Streisand's Emmy Award-winning CBS debut My Name Is Barbra television special, which aired on April 28, 1965, directed and choreographed by Joe Layton. Barbra's brother shot the front cover photograph when she was 5.

Genre: Pop

Release date: May 19, 1965

My Name Is Barbra Tracks
1 My Name Is Barbra 1:11
2 A Kid Again / I'm Five 2:08
3 Jenny Rebecca 3:04
4 My Pa 2:30
5 Sweet Zoo 1:35
6 Where Is The Wonder? 2:22
7 I Can See It 3:05
8 Someone To Watch Over Me 2:43
9 I've Got No Strings 2:49
10 If You Were The Only Boy In The World 3:26
11 Why Did I Choose You? 3:47
12 My Man 2:38

1965

My Name Is Barbra, Two

My Name Is Barbra, Two Tracks
1 He Touched Me 3:13
2 The Shadow Of Your Smile 2:51
3 Quiet Night 2:28
4 I Got Plenty Of Nothin' 3:11
5 How Much Of The Dream Comes True? 3:08
6 Second Hand Rose 2:12
7 The Kind Of Man A Woman Needs 3:57
8 All That I Want 3:52
9 Where's That Rainbow 3:43
10 No More Songs For Me 2:56
11 Medley 3:20

1964

The Third Album

The Third Album is the title of Barbra Streisand's third solo studio album which was released in February 1964.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Feb 19, 1964

The Third Album Tracks
1 My Melancholy Baby 3:03
2 Just In Time 2:18
3 Taking A Chance On Love 2:35
4 Bewitched (Bothered And Bewildered) 2:57
5 Never Will I Merry 2:27
6 As Time Goes By 3:48
7 Draw Me A Circle 2:15
8 It Had To Be You 4:21
9 Make Believe 2:42
10 I Had Myself A True Love 4:24

1964

Funny Girl

Funny Girl may refer to:

Funny Girl Tracks
1 If A Girl Isn't Pretty 2:17
2 I'm The Greatest Star 4:51
3 Cornet Man 3:53
4 Who Taught Her Everything? 3:05
5 His Love Makes Me Beautiful 2:19
6 I Want To Be Seen With You Tonight 1:57
7 Henry Street 1:58
8 People (From Funny Girl) 5:01
9 You Are Woman 4:28
10 Don't Rain On My Parade 2:15
11 Sadie, Sadie 4:06
12 Find Yourself A Man 2:02
13 Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat 3:22
14 Who Are You Now? 2:50
15 The Music That Makes Me Dance 3:53
16 Don't Rain On My Parade (Reprise) 2:06

1964

People

People is the title of Barbra Streisand's fourth solo studio album which was released in September 1964. The title track was a newly recorded version of the hit song from the Broadway musical Funny Girl in which Streisand starred.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Sep 19, 1964

People Tracks
1 Absent Minded Me 3:11
2 When In Rome (I Do As The Romans Do) 3:00
3 Fine And Dandy 2:54
4 Supper Time 2:51
5 Will He Like Me? 2:37
6 How Does The Wine Taste? 2:38
7 I'm All Smiles 2:13
8 Autumn 2:00
9 My Lord And Master 3:02
10 Love Is A Bore 2:12
11 Don't Like Goodbyes 3:17
12 People (From Broadway Musical) 3:25

1963

The Barbra Streisand Album

The Barbra Streisand Album is the debut album by Barbra Streisand, released February 25, 1963, on Columbia Records, catalogue CL 2007 in mono and CS 8807 in stereo. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard pop albums chart, and has been certified a gold album by the RIAA.

Genre: Classic pop

Release date: Feb 25, 1963

The Barbra Streisand Album Tracks
1 Cry Me A River 3:52
2 My Honey's Loving Arms 2:15
3 I'll Tell The Man In The Street 3:15
4 A Taste Of Honey 2:51
5 Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf 2:35
6 Soon It's Gonna Rain 3:49
7 Happy Days Are Here Again 4:10
8 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now 2:14
9 Much More 3:03
10 Come To The Supermarket (In Old Peking) 1:57
11 A Sleepin' Bee 3:08

1963

The Second Barbra Streisand Album

The Second Barbra Streisand Album is the title of Barbra Streisand's second solo studio album. It was released in August 1963, just six months after the release of her debut album, The Barbra Streisand Album, and was recorded in four days in June 1963.

Genre: Pop

Release date: Aug 19, 1963

The Second Barbra Streisand Album Tracks
1 Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home 5:14
2 Right As The Rain 3:26
3 Down With Love 4:16
4 Who Will Buy? 3:34
5 When The Sun Comes Out 3:11
6 Gotta Move 2:02
7 My Coloring Book 4:12
8 I Don't Care Much 2:53
9 Lover, Come Back To Me 2:32
10 I Stayed Too Long At The Fair 4:22
11 Like A Straw In The Wind 4:47

1962

Pins And Needles

Pins And Needles Tracks
1 Sing Me A Song With Social Significance 2:50
2 Doing The Reactionary 2:02
3 One Big Union For Two 2:55
4 Nobody Makes A Pass At Me 4:18
5 Not Cricket To Picket 2:30
6 Back To Work 2:14
7 Status Quo 4:29
8 Four Little Angels Of Peace 4:37
9 What Good Is Love? 3:39


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