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Barbra Streisand - Stoney End album flac

  • Performer: Barbra Streisand
  • Album: Stoney End
  • FLAC: 1380 mb | MP3: 1760 mb
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soft Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Barbra Streisand - Stoney End album flac

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A1 I Don't Know Where I Stand
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Joni Mitchell
A2 Hands Off The Man (Flim Flam Man)
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Laura Nyro
A3 If You Could Read My Mind
Written-By – Gordon Lightfoot
A4 Just A Little Lovin'
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
A5 Let Me Go
Arranged By [Horns] – Gene PagePiano – Randy NewmanWritten-By – Randy Newman
A6 Stoney End
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Laura Nyro
B1 No Easy Way Down
Arranged By – Claus OgermanWritten-By – Carole King, Gerry Goffin*
B2 Time And Love
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Laura Nyro
B3 Maybe
Arranged By – Perry Botkin Jr.Written-By – Harry Nilsson
B4 Free The People
Arranged By [Horns] – Gene PageWritten-By – Barbara Keith
B5 I'll Be Home
Arranged By – Perry Botkin Jr.Piano – Randy NewmanWritten-By – Randy Newman


  • Producer – Richard Perry


Repress from late 70s with "sunset" labels

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KC 30378 Barbra Streisand Stoney End ‎(LP, Album, Ter) Columbia KC 30378 US 1971
465912 2 Barbra Streisand Stoney End ‎(CD, Album) Columbia 465912 2 Europe Unknown
CK 30378 Barbra Streisand Stoney End ‎(CD, Album, RM) Columbia CK 30378 US 1994
KC 30378 Barbra Streisand Stoney End ‎(LP, Album, Ter) CBS Records KC 30378 India 1971
KC 30378 Barbra Streisand Stoney End ‎(LP, Album, RE) Columbia KC 30378 Canada Unknown

1969 - 1980 Все фильмы с участием Стрейзанд попадали в десятку самых кассовых фильмов США.

2008 Журнал Forbes поместил Стрейзанд на второе место в списке самых богатых певиц 2007 года с её 60 000 000 долларов, заработанными за предыдущий год.

Текст песни: I was born from love, and my poor mother worked the mines I was raised on the good book Jesus till I read between the lines Now I don’t believe I want to see the morning Going down the stoney en. .

Stoney End is the twelfth studio album by Barbra Streisand. Released in 1971, it became her first studio album that was a change in direction for Streisand with a more upbeat contemporary pop sound. The album peaked at in the United States, her first to reach the top 10 in five years, and was produced by music producer Richard Perry.

Barbra Streisand ‎– Stoney End. Label: Columbia ‎– KC 30378. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Terre Haute Pressing. Not the greatest album standout tracks are I don't know where I stand Just a Little Lovin and Stoney end pretty much the rest is filler it's an OK album.

Barbra Streisand scored her second Top Ten hit in early 1971 by treating Laura Nyro's recording of her song "Stoney End" as a demo and copying it practically note for note. Mama, let me start all over," she sang, and her wish was granted. The followup album of the same title was, in its own way, as surprising as Streisand's debut album eight years earlier. Where that record had redefined the role of the traditional pop singer in contemporary terms for the early '60s, Stoney End redefined Streisand as an effective pop/rock singer, which her last outing, What.

This was from Streisand's first album of songs that weren't from Broadway/film musicals and weren't standards. On the album, she recorded two songs written by Laura Nyro, including "Stoney En. Producer Richard Perry looked at several Laura Nyro songs for Barbra Streisand to sing on her second Pop-Rock album. He selected this song and convinced Streisand to sing it, despite her not being comfortable with the line "I was raised on the good book, Jesus. It was Streisand's biggest Hot 100 hit until "Evergreen.

Barbra Streisand and producer Richard Perry did just about everything right on 1971’s Stoney End and reaped big rewards artistically and commercially. Streisand chose first-class songs for this album that moved her beyond her Broadway-rooted style into more contemporary idioms. She brings out the conflicted emotions in Joni Mitchell’s I Don’t Know Where I Stand and Gordon Lightfoot’s If You Could Read My Mind with a subtle touch, while her take on Harry Nilsson’s Maybe catches the song’s piquant humor

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I Don't Know Where I Stand, 03:43. Hands Off the Man (Flim Flam Man), 02:30. If You Could Read My Mind, 03:48. Just a Little Lovin' (Early In the Mornin'), 02:26. No Easy Way Down, 03:48. Time and Love, 03:37.