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Release Me

Barbra Streisand

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In the liner notes to this collection of previously unreleased material, co-producer Jay Landers paints a picture of the Barbra Streisand vault, where hundreds of boxes -- ranging from '60s acetates to '90s 48-track tapes to Pro Tools "cases" -- apparently sit waiting for their first issue. It's curious, then, that Release Me only includes 11 songs. Chalk it up perhaps to Streisand's heavy hand on the controls of her career, which never lets a song spring forth until its impact has been studied and predicted. (Of course, her career is hers alone, and it's difficult to argue with the high personal standard she's maintained during her 50-year career; it should also be noted that in 1991, she released a rarities-heavy box set titled Just for the Record....) Ranging from 1967 to 2011, Release Me shows that she and Landers certainly chose well. The results provide as pretty a picture of Streisand's talents and interests as the best compilation ever could. All of the varied pop scenes she touched over the years are represented here, from Broadway to the Bergmans to A Star Is Born to Jimmy Webb and Randy Newman, although of course, her long and varied career makes her able to do no more than dip a toe in the waters of those pools. The Webb cover, "Didn't We," is a highlight, as is the Newman song, "I Think It's Going to Rain Today," recorded in New York in 1970 with only Newman's piano for tender, expressive accompaniment. The standard "Willow Weep for Me" is given one of its best ever versions, including even Billie Holiday's (originally recording the song in 1967, Streisand nabbed arranger Ray Ellis, famed for his Lady in Satin charts). One of her career landmarks, A Star Is Born, is represented by "With One More Look at You," in a forgotten studio version -- since she insisted on singing the song live while filming, and that was the version used on the soundtrack. It's hard to complain when the results are this stunning, but including not even a dozen songs on this compilation (rumored to be only the first) is liable to break just a few fans' hearts; based on what can be heard here, some fans would rather hear more like this than eat. ~ John Bush

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1
Being Good Isn't Good Enough (from "Hallelujah, Baby!") 00:03:30

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Barbra Streisand, Series Producer - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Sid Ramin, Other - Betty Comden, Composer - Betty Comden, Lyricist - Peter Matz, Performance Arranger - Peter Matz, Producer - Adolph Green, Composer - Adolph Green, Lyricist - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Didn't We 00:02:36

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Wally Gold, Producer - Jimmy Webb, Composer - Jimmy Webb, Lyricist - Claus Ogerman, Performance Arranger - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Willow Weep for Me 00:03:31

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Jack Gold, Producer - Ann Ronell, Composer - Ann Ronell, Lyricist - Howard A. Roberts, Producer - Ray Ellis, Performance Arranger - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Try To Win A Friend 00:04:07

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Larry Gatlin, Composer - Larry Gatlin, Lyricist - John Hobbs, Piano - Paul Franklin, Steel Guitar - Jaime Babbitt, Background Vocal - Gary Klein, Producer - Fred Mollin, Producer - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Barbra Streisand

5
I Think It's Going To Rain Today 00:03:26

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Randy Newman, Composer - Randy Newman, Lyricist - Randy Newman, Piano - Richard Perry, Producer - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
With One More Look At You (from "A Star Is Born") 00:03:39

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Paul Williams, Composer - Paul Williams, Lyricist - Gary Klein, Producer - Kenneth Ascher, Composer - Kenneth Ascher, Lyricist - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Lost In Wonderland 00:03:33

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Jack Gold, Producer - Peter Matz, Performance Arranger - Marshall Barer, Composer - Marshall Barer, Lyricist - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
How Are Things in Glocca Morra? / Heather On the Hill (from "Finian's Rainbow / Brigadoon") 00:04:34

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Burton Lane, Composer - Burton Lane, Lyricist - Alan Jay Lerner, Composer - Alan Jay Lerner, Lyricist - See Sub-songs, Composer - See Sub-songs, Lyricist - Rupert Holmes, Performance Arranger - Rupert Holmes, Producer - Frederick Loewe, Composer - Frederick Loewe, Lyricist - E. Y. "Yip" Harburg, Composer - E. Y. "Yip" Harburg, Lyricist - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Mother And Child 00:05:03

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Barbra Streisand, Series Producer - Michel Legrand, Composer - Michel Legrand, Lyricist - Michel Legrand, Performance Arranger - Alan Bergman, Composer - Alan Bergman, Lyricist - Jay Landers, Producer - Marilyn Bergman, Composer - Marilyn Bergman, Lyricist - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
If It's Meant To Be 00:04:08

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Barbra Streisand, Series Producer - Brian Byrne, Composer - Brian Byrne, Lyricist - Brian Byrne, Performance Arranger - Peter Erskine, Drums - John Robinson, Drums - Alan Bergman, Composer - Alan Bergman, Lyricist - Gregg Field, Drums - Neil Stubenhaus, Bass - Marilyn Bergman, Composer - Marilyn Bergman, Lyricist - Ian Martin, Bass - Charles Berghofer, Bass - Dean Parks, Guitar - John Chiodini, Guitar - Randy Waldman, Piano - Thomas Ranier, Piano - Gayle Levant, Harp - Bruce Dukov, Concert Master - Jay Landers, Producer - Armin Steiner, Recording Engineer - Dave Reitzas, Mixing Engineer - Dave Reitzas, Recording Engineer - Gina Zimmitti, Contractor - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Barbra Streisand

11
Home (from "The Wiz") 00:03:37

Barbra Streisand, Performer - Barbra Streisand, Producer - Barbra Streisand, Series Producer - Charles Smalls, Composer - Charles Smalls, Lyricist - Randy Waldman, Piano - Neil Stubenhaus, Bass - J.R. Robinson, Drums - Jay Landers, Producer - Brian Malouf, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2012 Barbra Streisand

Albumbeschreibung

In the liner notes to this collection of previously unreleased material, co-producer Jay Landers paints a picture of the Barbra Streisand vault, where hundreds of boxes -- ranging from '60s acetates to '90s 48-track tapes to Pro Tools "cases" -- apparently sit waiting for their first issue. It's curious, then, that Release Me only includes 11 songs. Chalk it up perhaps to Streisand's heavy hand on the controls of her career, which never lets a song spring forth until its impact has been studied and predicted. (Of course, her career is hers alone, and it's difficult to argue with the high personal standard she's maintained during her 50-year career; it should also be noted that in 1991, she released a rarities-heavy box set titled Just for the Record....) Ranging from 1967 to 2011, Release Me shows that she and Landers certainly chose well. The results provide as pretty a picture of Streisand's talents and interests as the best compilation ever could. All of the varied pop scenes she touched over the years are represented here, from Broadway to the Bergmans to A Star Is Born to Jimmy Webb and Randy Newman, although of course, her long and varied career makes her able to do no more than dip a toe in the waters of those pools. The Webb cover, "Didn't We," is a highlight, as is the Newman song, "I Think It's Going to Rain Today," recorded in New York in 1970 with only Newman's piano for tender, expressive accompaniment. The standard "Willow Weep for Me" is given one of its best ever versions, including even Billie Holiday's (originally recording the song in 1967, Streisand nabbed arranger Ray Ellis, famed for his Lady in Satin charts). One of her career landmarks, A Star Is Born, is represented by "With One More Look at You," in a forgotten studio version -- since she insisted on singing the song live while filming, and that was the version used on the soundtrack. It's hard to complain when the results are this stunning, but including not even a dozen songs on this compilation (rumored to be only the first) is liable to break just a few fans' hearts; based on what can be heard here, some fans would rather hear more like this than eat. ~ John Bush

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