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Guilty

Barbra Streisand

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The biggest selling album of Barbra Streisand's career is also one of her least characteristic. The album was written and produced by Barry Gibb in association with his brothers and the producers of the Bee Gees, and in essence it sounds like a post-Saturday Night Fever Bee Gees album with vocals by Streisand. Gibb adapted his usual style somewhat, especially in slowing the tempos and leaving more room for the vocal, but his melodic style and the backup vocals, even when they are not sung by the Bee Gees, are typical of them. Still, the record was more hybrid than compromise, and the chart-topping single "Woman in Love" has a sinuous feel that is both right for Streisand and new for her. Other hits were the title song and "What Kind of Fool," both duets with Gibb. (The song "Guilty" won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal by Duo or Group.)
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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Guilty (Album Version)
00:04:27

Barbra Streisand & Barry Gibb, Vocals [Duet] - Barry Gibb, Acoustic Guitar, Backing vocals - George Terry, Guitar - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Harold Cowart, Bass guitar - George Bitzer, Grand piano [Elephant Grand] & Electric piano - Richard Tee, Electric Piano - Steve Gadd, Drums - Joe Lala, Shaker, Kabassa - Written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb - Barry Gibb, Arranger - Albhy Galuten, Arranger - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Woman in Love (Album Version)
00:03:53

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - Barry Gibb, Acoustic Guitar - Pete Carr, Guitar - Harold Cowart, Bass Guitar - Richard Tee, Grand piano [Elephant Grand] & Electric piano - Jerry Peel, French Horn - Bernard Lupe, Drums - Steve Gadd, Drums - Joe Lala, Shaker - Denise Maynelli, Marti McCall, Myrna Mathews, Backing Vocals - Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Peter Graves, Arranger [Horn] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer -

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Run Wild
00:04:09

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - Barry Gibb, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals - George Terry, Slide Guitar - Harold Cowart, Bass guitar - Jerry Peel, French Horn - Richard Tee, Electric Piano - Steve Gadd, Drums - Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Peter Graves, Arranger [Horn] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Promises
00:04:23

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - George Bitzer, Grand piano [Elephant Grand] - Albhy Galuten, Synthesizer - George Terry, Guitar - Lee Ritenour, Guitar - Harold Cowart, Bass Guitar - Brett Murphey, Trumpet - Ken Faulk, Trumpet - Peter Graves, Trombone & Half Speed Bass Trombone - Neal Bonsanti, Tenor Saxophone - Dan Bonsanti, Tenor Saxophone - Whit Snider, Baritone Saxophone - Barry Gibb, Backing Vocals - Steve Gadd, Drums - Joe Lala, Shaker & Tambourine - Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
The Love Inside (Album Version)
00:05:09

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - Richard Tee, Electric Guitar - George Bitzer & Albhy Galuten, Synthesizers - Denise Maynelli, Marti McCall & Myrna Mathews, Backing Vocals - Written by Barry Gibb - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
What Kind of Fool
00:04:07

Barbra Streisand & Barry Gibb, Vocals [Duet] - Barry Gibb, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals - Pete Carr, Guitar & Acoustic Guitar - George Bitzer, Grand piano [Elephant Grand] - Richard Tee, Electric Piano - Albhy Galuten, Synthesizer - Harold Cowart, Bass Guitar - Brett Murphey, Trumpet - Ken Faulk, Trumpet - Peter Graves, Russ Freeland, Mike Katz, Trombone - Bernard Lupe, Drums - Steve Gadd, Drums - Albhy Galuten, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Peter Graves, Arranger [Horn] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Life Story
00:04:38

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - Barry Gibb, Acoustic Guitar & Backing Vocals - Lee Ritenour, Guitar - George Bitzer, Grand piano [Elephant Grand], Synthesizer - Albhy Galuten, Synthesizer - David Hungate, Bass - Peter Graves, Russ Freeland, Mike Katz, Trombone - Brett Murphey, Trumpet - Ken Faulk, Trumpet - Bud Burridge, Trumpet - Bernard Lupe, Drums - Dennis Bryon, Drums - Joe Lala, Percussion - Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings, Horn] - Peter Graves, Arranger [Horn] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer -

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Never Give Up
00:03:44

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - George Bitzer, Synthesizer Solo - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - George Terry, Guitar - Harold Cowart, Bass Guitar - Richard Tee, Electric Piano & Clavinet - Steve Gadd, Drums - Albhy Galuten, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Make It Like a Memory
00:07:34

Barbra Streisand, Lead Vocals - Pete Carr, Guitar Solo - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - George Terry, Guitar & Gut String Guitar - Richard Tee, Piano - Harold Cowart, Bass Guitar - Peter Graves, Trombone - Brett Murphey & Ken Faulk, Trumpet - Dan Bonsanti & Neal Bonsanti, Tenor Saxophone - Whit Sidner, Baritone Saxophone - Steve Gadd, Drums - Joe Lala, Maracas, Shaker, Triangle, Percussion [Guido], Cabasa [Kabassa], Congas, Percussion [Timbali Slides], Cowbell, Cymbal - Albhy Galuten, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Composer & Lyricist - Barry Gibb, Arranger [Strings] - Albhy Galuten, Arranger [Strings] - Produced by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson - Charles Koppelman, Executive Producer -

(P) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

The biggest selling album of Barbra Streisand's career is also one of her least characteristic. The album was written and produced by Barry Gibb in association with his brothers and the producers of the Bee Gees, and in essence it sounds like a post-Saturday Night Fever Bee Gees album with vocals by Streisand. Gibb adapted his usual style somewhat, especially in slowing the tempos and leaving more room for the vocal, but his melodic style and the backup vocals, even when they are not sung by the Bee Gees, are typical of them. Still, the record was more hybrid than compromise, and the chart-topping single "Woman in Love" has a sinuous feel that is both right for Streisand and new for her. Other hits were the title song and "What Kind of Fool," both duets with Gibb. (The song "Guilty" won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal by Duo or Group.)
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

Details of original recording : Recorded at: Criteria Studios, Middle Ear, Inc., Miami, Florida; Sound Labs Studios, Inc., Hollywood, Calif.; Mediasound Studios, New York

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