Albums

€ 9,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 5 april 2019 | Intense Media GmbH

€ 9,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 5 april 2019 | Intense Media GmbH

€ 9,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 15 maart 2019 | Intense Media GmbH

€ 9,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 15 maart 2019 | Intense Media GmbH

€ 14,99
€ 9,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 26 januari 2018 | Jube Legends

Hi-Res
€ 4,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 15 december 2017 | Almrec Muzik Remastered

€ 25,99
€ 21,49

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 8 december 2017 | Columbia

Hi-Res
16 concerts, 14 cities… In 2016 and 2017, the great Barbra Streisand (75 years old) worked tirelessly to offer her legendary voice to her many fans. Without being a testamentary work, this series of concerts still constitutes a nostalgic inventory of the rich career of the performer of Woman in love (a title that is strangely and unfortunately absent from this collection). Incidentally, the album cover shows its hand by putting seven vignettes side by side picturing Streisand in concert throughout her life. Thanks to a lush crossover cast, these concerts showcase the artist above all else, who is captivating in the musicals A Star is Born (with the smooth Evergreen) and Funny Girl (with the spruce and jazzy Don’t Rain on My Parade). Always in this cinematographic niche, the colour suddenly changes while she performs a stripped-down and deep version of Papa, Can You Hear Me, taken from her unique movie as a director (Yentl). Admittedly her presence and charisma are still there, but in this type of song, the “magic” that the title of the album tries to sell us is harder to believe in, as the crystal from her voice is now tarnished. In the end, it’s in the most energetic and optimistic songs that she comes out best, such as How Lucky Can You Get, drawn from Funny Lady, or the mischievous Jingle Bells. Because if her vocal cords are sometimes tired, Streisand’s invigorating personality remains intact, and it’s what we’ll remember the most from these musical memories, testimonies of an era which will keep its “magic” forever. It’s worth noting that there’s a delightful duo with Jamie Fox on the very lyric Climb Ev’ry Moutain, a little-known song from The Sound of Music. This Deluxe version contains 8 additional tracks to the standard version—including the audio version of the complete recording of the Miami concert, which was broadcasted on Netflix in November 2017. © NM/Qobuz
€ 23,99
€ 19,99

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 8 december 2017 | Columbia

Hi-Res
16 concerts, 14 cities… In 2016 and 2017, the great Barbra Streisand (75 years old) worked tirelessly to offer her legendary voice to her many fans. Without being a testamentary work, this series of concerts still constitutes a nostalgic inventory of the rich career of the performer of Woman in love (a title that is strangely and unfortunately absent from this collection). Incidentally, the album cover shows its hand by putting seven vignettes side by side picturing Streisand in concert throughout her life. Thanks to a lush crossover cast, these concerts showcase the artist above all else, who is captivating in the musicals A Star is Born (with the smooth Evergreen) and Funny Girl (with the spruce and jazzy Don’t Rain on My Parade). Always in this cinematographic niche, the colour suddenly changes while she performs a stripped-down and deep version of Papa, Can You Hear Me, taken from her unique movie as a director (Yentl). Admittedly her presence and charisma are still there, but in this type of song, the “magic” that the title of the album tries to sell us is harder to believe in, as the crystal from her voice is now tarnished. In the end, it’s in the most energetic and optimistic songs that she comes out best, such as How Lucky Can You Get, drawn from Funny Lady, or the mischievous Jingle Bells. Because if her vocal cords are sometimes tired, Streisand’s invigorating personality remains intact, and it’s what we’ll remember the most from these musical memories, testimonies of an era which will keep its “magic” forever. It’s worth noting that there’s a delightful duo with Jamie Fox on the very lyric Climb Ev’ry Moutain, a little-known song from The Sound of Music. © NM/Qobuz
€ 5,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 8 december 2017 | What a Wonderful Masterpieces Recordings World

€ 6,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 1 december 2017 | Underground Inside Records

€ 4,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 23 november 2017 | Totall Records

€ 4,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 24 november 2017 | HCR Music

€ 8,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 17 november 2017 | golden times

€ 8,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 10 november 2017 | golden times

€ 8,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 3 november 2017 | golden times

€ 4,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 6 oktober 2017 | Bitmapworker

€ 6,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 6 oktober 2017 | Underground Inside Records

€ 8,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 3 oktober 2017 | cappo digital

€ 6,99

Crooners - Verschenen op 29 september 2017 | Almrec Muzik Remastered

€ 14,49

Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 25 september 2017 | Columbia - Legacy