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  • CD (19 octobre 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000029BE
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A phenomenal album 27 mai 2010
Par Ronald M. Glick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Pure brilliance

It is impossible not to experience every range of emotion while listening to Barbra's debut album. "A Sleepin' Bee" is guaranteed to give you chills. "Much More" is practically a self-fulfilling prophecy. "Come To The Supermarket in Old Peking" is just amazing, as is "Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf" It is said that Columbia Records did not have much faith in this project - or for the 21-year-old girl making the record. Wow. This album is 47 years old and, still, it is nothing short of breath-taking. "I'll Tell The Man In The Street" will make you wish you were the recipient of her emotions.

THIS is the album by which others should be measured. THIS IS PERFECTION
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Barbra! Barbra! Barbra! 16 janvier 2007
Par Byron Kolln - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
In the early 1960's, a young woman with a great big voice began plying her musical talents in small but important cabaret venues like the Bon Soir and the Blue Angel. Barbra Joan Streisand was her name. Her raw, firebrand vocal delivery soon won her a legion of fans, and it wasn't long until composer Harold Rome recommended her for the featured role of Miss Marmelstein in his 1962 Broadway musical I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE (as well as his PINS AND NEEDLES revival that same year). Just two years later, Streisand won the role of Fanny Brice in FUNNY GIRL, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Here on her very first album, Streisand performs the bulk of her best cabaret material. Her voice is full of youthful promise, a brash firebrand style which instantly appeals. In later years, Streisand would refine her voice into one of a sleek, almost glacial beauty; but there is still a lot to admire in Streisand's vocals here. Pieces like "Come to the Supermarket (In Old Peking)" and "Soon It's Gonna Rain" are fantastic numbers that she absolutely goes to town with.

She soared to the top of the charts with "Happy Days are Here Again"; and singlehandedly revived interest in the forgotten Broadway musical HOUSE OF FLOWERS with her cover of "A Sleepin' Bee".

Musical director Peter Matz provided arrangements which suited Streisand's still-evolving voice perfectly, and would subsequently guide her through many more albums. Her brash, unkempt personality shines through beautifully on this recording, and newer fans who aren't terribly familiar with Streisand's pre-FUNNY GIRL material should seek the album out.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Streisand's First 25 novembre 2008
Par commorancy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased the MP3 version of this CD. The first thing you'll immediately notice is just how crisp and clear Barbra's voice sounds. That is not by accident. Thanks must go to John Arrias at B&J Studio for restoring this release and Bernie Grundman for remastering it. Thus, the sound quality is astounding. Most 60's fidelity was questionable at best, but after restoration her voice sounds as though it could have been recorded yesterday. The backing track quality didn't always improve as much as her vocal track.

As for this CD musically, it does have a somewhat dated musical arrangements when listening in 2008. So, while this CD's musical backtracks don't always have a timeless quality, her voice does. The somewhat jazzy 'My Honey's Loving Arms' is definitely 60s sound through and through. Other songs are less this way.

The power of Barbra's voice is immediate and substantial right from 'Cry Me A River' and explains exactly why she won a Grammy for this release. She does throw her whimsical nature in with Wolf and Peking, but these were also played at her Bon Soir shows (probably to keep the show fresh). At the same time, you will hear imperfection in her delivery on some of the songs as she hadn't fully locked down her style nor turned on her perfectionism mode yet. This is refreshing in that you get to hear a budding, raw and hungry actress/singer looking for acceptance.

Her voice is young, crisp and clear and has not yet deepened nor had Barbra yet found the style she locked into by Funny Girl. In some ways, she doesn't even sound like the later Barbra you'd later come to hear. This is also refreshing because you get to hear a completely different side to Barbra. Think of this release as a Broadway singer recorded and you'll immediately understand this release and why it is the way it is.

It's definitely one of Barbra's best from the 60s. One final note, she recorded this before she was 21. It's amazing to think that someone this young would have mastered such a mature and accomplished vocal style by this age, let alone produce an album with this level of quality. If nothing else, listen to this release realizing her age and think about what you were doing at this age. This is amazing in and of itself.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you are young -- discover Barbra! ... or for us older folks, rediscover her!! 13 mars 2015
Par kmrotterdam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've been a Barbra Streisand fan since my high school days. There is just something very special about her voice, and I prefer her earlier albums/CDs, and I have been collecting her music again in CD form, as I owned the same versions in vinyl in the 1980s. In her younger years, Barbra seemed to take more musical risks -- risks that clearly worked, and she created thrilling and beautiful music. These belong to the American cannon of our national music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An astonishing debut and still possibly her best album. 2 avril 2001
Par Det. Abilene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Barbra Streisand's brilliance is apparent from the very first note of her sensational solo debut album, which quickly hit the Top Ten and was certified Gold mere weeks after its release. The raucous-yet-intimate vocal performances contained on this album were considered nothing less than revolutionary when first released in 1963, and are still just as stunning today. This is a recording where all of the elements work together flawlessly to create a work of art that is genuinely breathtaking. Particularly amazing are Peter Matz's stunning and inventive arrangements, which provide a spectacular aural landscape without ever becoming intrusive or interfering with Streisand's virtuoso singing.

This album perfectly displays Streisand's gift of beautifully merging well-known classics with lost gems and forgotten standards, as well as her ability to make nearly any song her own. The HOUSE OF FLOWERS ballad "A Sleeping Bee," the pleading "Much More" (from The FANTASTICS), and the ultimate torch song, "Cry Me a River," had all been recorded by many others, although Streisand performs the definitive rendition of each and far surpasses all previous versions. The song selection is an odd assortment of varying styles and tempos, yet everything gels into a satisfying whole. It's no small miracle that the rambunctiousness of "My Honey's Loving Arms" and "Keeping Out of Mischief" would work so well when played next to such gorgeous and sophisticated ballads.

The contrasting styles weave a marvelous tapestry, in addition to providing a showcase for the amazing spectrum of Streisand interpretive skills. It's positively astounding that the same woman who can perform such devilishly hilarious readings of "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" and "Come to the Supermarket (in Old Peking)" could also deliver such aching, spine-tingling performances on the wistful "I'll Tell the Man in the Street," the haunting "A Taste of Honey," and the painfully beautiful "Soon It's Gonna Rain." With an album this stunning, it's completely pointless to look for highlights, however, no review of this album would be complete without giving special attention to Streisand's immortal, radically-revamped version of the Depression-era standard "Happy Days are Here Again" - which is still arguably her best-loved signature song.

One of the most important and influential recordings in the history of recorded sound, the album was the first major success of Streisand's multifaceted career, becoming one of the best selling albums of the year and winning the 1964 Grammy awards for "Album of the Year" and "Best Female Vocal Performance." For once, such prestige was greatly deserved. Streisand has continued recording many classic albums, yet she has rarely (if ever) done anything that has approached the quality of her first release. A very important milestone in American music.
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