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Barbra Streisand


Barbra Streisand Duets 01. I Won't Be The One To Let Go (Duet with Barry Manilow) (Album Version) (4:41) 02. Guilty (Duet with Barry Gibb) (Album Version) (4:25) 03. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (Duet with Neil Diamond) (Album Version) (3:25) 04. I Finally Found Someone (Duet with Bryan Adams) (Album Version) (3:43) 05. Cryin' Time (Duet with Ray Charles) (Album Version) (2:18) 06. I've Got A Crush On You (Duet with Frank Sinatra) (Album Version) (3:23) 07. Tell Him (Duet with Celine Dion) (Album Version) (4:53) 08. No More Tears (Enough is Enough) (Duet with Donna Summer) (Album Version) (4:43) 09. What Kind Of Fool ((Duet with Barry Gibb) (Album Version) (4:07) 10. I Have A Love / One Hand, One Heart (Duet with Johnny Mathis) (Album Version) (4:45) 11. One Less Bell To Answer / A House Is Not A Home (Album Version) (6:32) 12. Lost Inside Of You (Duet with Kris Kristofferson) (Album Version) (2:55) 13. Till I Loved You (Duet with Don Johnson) (Radio Edit) (4:17) 14. Make No Mistake, He's Mine (Duet with Kim Carnes) (Album Version) (4:11) 15. If You Ever Leave Me (Duet with Vince Gill) (Album Version) (4:38) 16. The Music of the Night (Duet with Michael Crawford) (Album Version) (5:38) 17. Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Duet with Harold Arlen) (Album Version) (1:54) 18. Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again (Duet with Judy Garland) (Album Version) (2:22) 19. All I Know Of Love (Duet with Josh Groban) (Album Version) (4:29)
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AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann [-] In her lengthy career, Barbra Streisand has never shown much inclination to share the spotlight. In the movies, she must endure a leading man, but in her recordings, she has gone it alone for the most part. In 1978, however, a disc jockey edited together her and Neil Diamond's recordings of "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," and she and Diamond quickly cut a real duet, resulting in a number one hit. Thereafter, she cannily coaxed others into sharing the microphone, resulting in chart singles with Donna Summer, Barry Gibb, Kim Carnes, former boyfriend Don Johnson, Bryan Adams, and Celine Dion, and album tracks with Johnny Mathis, Michael Crawford, and Vince Gill. The material mostly consisted of mediocre adult contemporary ballads that were outshone by the star power of the singers. This album collects all those duets, plus a couple of newly recorded mediocre adult contemporary ballads sung with Barry Manilow and Josh Groban, and a few stray tracks from the 1960s and early '70s when Streisand joined another singer. Her unsuitability to the duet format is repeatedly evidenced, as she seems virtually incapable of shutting up when her partner is trying to take a solo, invariably humming in the background to draw attention back to herself. The only real exception to this rule is the version of "I've Got a Crush on You" recorded for Frank Sinatra's own Duets album, a track Streisand did not control. Naturally, the best performances occur when she is paired with a singer who is more than just a cipher -- Sinatra, Ray Charles, or Judy Garland, the latter two in TV performances. Then, of course, there's the medley of "One Less Bell to Answer" and "A House Is Not a Home" on which she finally finds the perfect duet partner, her overdubbed self!