is the ninth studio album released by . The album was released simultaneously with A and was 's first that failed to chart in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 when it peaked at #12. was recorded March 14, 15 and 20th, 1967. According to Billboard Magazine, Columbia Records reports a sale of nearly 250,000 in its first two weeks on the market. The album was certified Gold by RIAA in April 24, 2002.
is the second greatest hits album and fourth U.S. number-one album by . Released in 1978, it included 's greatest hits from the previous eight years with one new track, a duet with which never appeared on a previous album. was also the only album where the song appeared. It originally appeared on the now out-of-print soundtrack album to .
From Personal Private Collection. This is a recording and copyright 1993. This cassette has not been used, in Fine, Like new, excellent condition. No cracks on the case, does not show any scuffs. Protective box shows no scuffs or shelf wear.
”I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight” is the eleventh studio album by Neil Diamond, released on Columbia Records in 1977. It includes a solo version of the song "You Don't Bring Me Flowers". Diamond would score a #1 hit with a new version recorded as a duet with Barbra Streisand the following year.
Barbra Streisand's numerous awards and unparalleled accomplishments have made her one of the most recognized artists in the world today. Her career has been paved with bold, creative achievements and highlighted by a series of firsts. When Love Is the Answer reached #1 last year it marked yet another, she became the first (and only) artist to have a number one album in each of the last five decades. Barbra is a collection of greatest hits that span Barbra Streisand's entire career. The artwork of this new collection salutes her 50 year achievement with a beautiful photograph from each decade of her career. The Ultimate Collection includes the amazing "Guilty" featuring Barry Gibb, "Memory", "Woman in Love" and a track taken from her last album "Stranger in a Strange Land."
My Name Is Barbra, Two… is the second of two studio album tie-ins to Barbra Streisand's debut television special, My Name Is Barbra, which first aired on April 28, 1965. The Medley (Track 11) is the only music from the show, and the other tracks newly recorded for the album. Barbra remembers in Just For The Record: "'Second Hand Rose' became part of a tongue-in-cheek fantasy sequence which was shot at Bergdorf Goodman's…And thanks to people I loved and loved working with—Joe Layton, Dwight Hemion, Peter Matz, Robert Emmett, Tom John, and, of course, Marty—I was able to realize my dream." The album was also certified Platinum and peaked at #2 on the US charts and #6 in the UK charts.
Nancy Wilson was one of the few jazz-based pop singers of the 1960s who was able to navigate that decade's rock & roll-crazed waters and stay on top of the single and album charts. While her natural physical beauty certainly didn't hurt her career, it was probably her honest feel for soul and the blues, as well as jazz, that had her riding high during a time when so many of her peers were being dropped by the major labels or moving to Europe. Lush Life follows Wilson's winning formula of combining jazz and adult pop, but while individual tracks stand out, a heavy Barbra Streisand influence hurts the disc overall.