A Christmas Album (1967) is the first Christmas album released by Barbra Streisand. The album is one of Streisand's best-selling albums and is ranked as one of the best-selling Christmas albums of all time. The cover photograph of the album was taken on June 16, 1967, during the rehearsal for her concert, A Happening in Central Park. The album is also Streisand's last album to use Columbia's "Stereo 360 sound" banner, and the last to be issued originally in monaural and stereo
Barbra Streisand Lyrics. From The Sound Of Music). Barbra Streisand Lyrics. album: "A Christmas Album" (1967).
Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I’m still not sure I get the connection, but it’s here. Barbra really slows it down, and the strings behind her are absolutely beautiful. The Best Gift is a song I’ve never heard recorded anywhere else. In it, Barbra sings about the one thing that makes Christmas much more special, a baby. This is where the old record I grew up listening to switched sides. For some reason, I’ve never quite connected to the second side as much as the first.
Two years later, Barbra Streisand recorded it for her Christmas album, and in 1968 Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass cut a holiday version. Released as a single the following year, Alpert’s instrumental recording is the only version to ever appear on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 45.
Written-By – O. Hammerstein II - R. Rodgers. A Christmas Album (Cass, Album, CrO).
We'll have things fixed soon. A Sleepin' Bee Lyrics. About The Barbra Streisand Album. The Barbra Streisand Album Q&A.
Barbra Streisand - Someday My Prince Will Come (New 2001 Studio Version) (04:06, 320Kb/s). Barbra Streisand - I've Dreamed of You (Single Version) (04:52, 320Kb/s). Barbra Streisand - As If We Never Said Goodbye (04:43, 320Kb/s). Barbra Streisand - Children Will Listen (04:07, 320Kb/s). Barbra Streisand - All I Ask Of You (04:03, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Essential Barbra Streisand (2002).
Rachel Syme interviews Barbra Streisand about her new album, Walls, which was inspired by Donald Trump; her costumes from A Star Is Born ; and more. Barbra Streisand called me on a Tuesday afternoon. Well, to be more accurate, one of her many publicists did, and then patched me into Streisand’s home in Malibu (well, really, a compound of three houses), where she was sitting in a room with her assistant. To speak to Streisand, who is now seventy-six and just released her thirty-sixth studio album, Walls, one must first accept the fame apparatus built up around her, the protective drawbridge that she has erected over almost six decades in show business and on the course to becoming the most successful female recording artist of all time. She sends me wonderful things that I forgot, wonderful letters praising Yentl that I forgot.
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