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Andy Williams, Barbra Streisand, Ray Conniff, The Smothers Brothers, Many Ohers - The Headliners '64 flac album

Andy Williams, Barbra Streisand, Ray Conniff, The Smothers Brothers, Many Ohers - The Headliners '64 flac album
Title:
The Headliners '64
Performer:
Andy Williams, Barbra Streisand, Ray Conniff, The Smothers Brothers, Many Ohers
Released:
FLAC album size:
1395 mb
Other formats:
DXD ADX RA MOD MPC AIFF TTA
Rating:
4.6 ✪

Ray Conniff - the Way We Were. Songs that sampled Barbra Streisand's The Way We Were: Tearz by Wu-Tang Clan (1993). The Way We Were, Try to Remember by Gladys Knight & the Pips (1974). Streisand Medley by Zsa Zsa Padilla (2001). Songs that sampled Ray Conniff's The Way We Were: Esquimó by Djonga (2017). Touch Me in the Morning, the Way We Were by The Lettermen (1974). The Way We Were by Andy Williams (1974).

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The Williams Brothers were a singing quartet that performed extensively on radio, movies, nightclubs, and television from 1938 through the 1990s. The four Williams Brothers-Bob, Don, Dick and Andy Williams-formed a singing quartet in the mid-1930s in Wall Lake, Iowa. Their father, Jay Williams, managed and promoted the group.

Barbra Streisand: все альбомы, включая Barbra Streisand UpGraded Masters, Walls, Don't Lie to Me и другие. 2011 Barbra Streisand Sings The Lyrics Of Alan & Marilyn Bergman. The Ultimate Collection. 1964 Ray Stark Presents Original Broadway Cast.

Biography by John Bush. Mellow, jazz-influenced, throwback crooner/bandleader of the 1950s & '60s.

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Few can touch Barbra Streisand in terms of cultural clout, career autonomy and sheer vocal ability, here we explore the enduring power of Streisand. Streisand quickly set her sights on more mainstream avenues and recorded her first album, The Barbra Streisand Album, in 1963. Even at a young age, Streisand would give her notes on notes and yet the final performances always appeared effortless. Gifted with a singular voice, Streisand could take many a stylistic risk, from covering The Beatles on her contemporary pop record What About Today (1969), to using 70s singer-songwriters as her muse on the covers-heavy 1971 album Barbra Joan Streisand and that same year’s Stoney End (named after the Laura Nyro song).