Barbra Streisand - Selections From The Movie Album mp3 flac
- Album: Selections From The Movie Album
- MP3: 1664 mb | FLAC: 1280 mb
- Released: 2003
- Style: Soundtrack, Vocal
- Rating: 4.4/5
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The Movie Album is the thirtieth studio album by American singer Barbra Streisand, released on October 14, 2003, by Columbia Records. Overall her sixtieth release with her record label, it was executively produced by Streisand and her manager, Jay Landers.
Complete your Barbra Streisand collection. Barbra Streisand has succeeded in producing a rare "motion picture soundtrack" in The Movie Album, one of the most consistently polished of her sixty albums. Its true beauties lie in its ability to allow us to re-experience the tonal and mood structures of the original movies and revisit them with a fresh, new perspective.
By: Barbra Streisand (2003, Pop). More albums from Barbra Streisand: Timeless – Live In Concert by Barbra Streisand. The Musi. he Mem’rie. he Magic! (Live In Concert) by Barbra Streisand. Yentl – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Barbra Streisand. Hello Dolly! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album) by Barbra Streisand. View all albums . The Movie Album. By: Barbra Streisand (2003, Pop).
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). Emily" – 3:45 Music by Johnny Mandel; Lyrics by Johnny Mercer with additional new lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman; From the film The Americanization Of Emily (1964). The Movie Album (Ramsey Lewis album).
1963 - The Barbra Streisand Album - 1. Cry Me a River. Barbra Streisand Announces New Album, New Tour. It was the only thing I really cared about. I still received lots of pressure from the label to include some pop hits on my first album, but I held out for the songs that really meant something to m. .Streisand would spend her entire career to date recording for Columbia. Streisand had made a name for herself performing at the Bon Soir nightclub in New York City, which attracted primarily a gay clientele. Her producer Mike Berniker brought a crew to the club to record Streisand accompanied only by the Bon Soir house pianist, Peter Daniels
This is the album that Barbra Streisand was born to create, and it is possibly the finest recording of her forty year career. Barbra wisely asked Peter Matz (who had inventively arranged many of her early recordings) to arrange much of the album and serve with her as executive producer. Matz's contributions clearly brings back the electricity and imagination that had been missing from many of Streisand's post-sixties recordings. Rodgers and Hammerstein's "If I Loved You" finds Streisand at her most innocent and endearing, while three of the duo's songs from the King And I are expertly crafted into a medley that is a vocal tour de force for the singer. Barbra also returns to her "Miss Marmelstein" roots with a lively take on Losser's "Adelaide's Lament," and this track is full of the wicked humor that was sorely lacking from many of her post-sixties albums.
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 legendary diva. Few are likely even familiar with Andre Previn’s evocative main theme for The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse; fewer still would cajole veteran songwriters Alan and Marilyn Bergman to give it lyrics, then make it their wedding song, but that’s the unlikely genesis of More in Love With You here.
The Movie Album is the thirtieth studio album by American singer Barbra Streisand, released on October 14, 2003, by Columbia Records. We don't have any crew added to this movie. You can help by adding some! Discussions.
|1||Smile (From Modern Times - 1936)||4:16|
|2||Calling You (From Bagdad Cafe - 1988)||4:57|
|3||Moon River (From Breakfast At Tiffany's - 1961)||3:41|
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NotesTaken from the Movie Album
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