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Barbra Streisand : The Television Specials - Coffret 5 DVD
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My Name Is Barbra (1965)
Color Me Barbra (1966)
The Belle of 14th Street (1967)
Barbra Streisand: A Happening In Central Park (1968)
Barbra Streisand and Other Musical Instruments (1973)
5 show télévisés qui captent le talent d'une des plus grandes voix du XXe siècle.
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Well, this set proves them right. The disks from Barbra's earliest television specials show what a truly unique, limitless, talent she is.
MY NAME IS BARBRA was the first opportunity that America got to see the legend. She appeared on local shows as a guest and was wowing them on Broadway in Funny Girl (she talks about that during the show). This was the first time when all and sundry could study the phenomenon up close.
CBS was nervous when Streisand insisted on no guest stars (a staple up to that time) or chorus lines. It was a big risk and the odds were against the 24 year old from Brooklyn. And she scored and won over everyone!
With only fantastic songs to guide her, Barbra re-invented the special. Breaking it up into a three act play she sang about the wonders of being a child. Then it was off to Bergdorf's fur vault for the fabulous fashion medley and then she capped it all off with a concert.
Next year, she came out with the bookend companion piece, COLOR ME BARBRA. Act One took place in a Philadelphia art museum where Barbra Streisand's selections were inspired by the art itself. The next part was the circus act where she did everything from singing to an ant eater to waltzing with an elephant. Again, she capped it off with a no-holds-barred concert.
THE BELLE OF FOURTEENTH STREET was regarded as her first flop by the critics but do give it a try. She recreated the vaudeville routines and sang some very nice numbers (a duet with herself; talking about Irving Berlin who was the new kid on the block during that time period). This time she had back-up performers (including Jason Robards) and her voice was lovely but broadcast at the height of the love revolution and the age of Aquarius, it was considered "dated". It is hardly a flop by anyone's standards when viewed today.
A HAPPENING IN CENTRAL PARK is the edited version of a young Barbra performing in New York City during a warm, summer night. Again, it was just Barbra and wonderful music - no back up singers, no gimmicks. And she pulled it off working the crowd into a frenzy.
BARBRA STREISAND AND OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS is a curio. She will try anything and her experimenting is always unique if not totally on point. Singing classics altered to the native rhythms of various countries produced a strange effect. Singing along with electrical appliance is also odd (to put it politely) but no one can say Barbra isn't game. However, her duet with Ray Charles is a classic.
All in all this collection is a must for all Barbra and/or music lovers.