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Color Me Barbra
Dwight Hemion, Anu Krishnan, Barry Schulman
Color Me Barbra
Genre: Pop
 
This is the follow-up special to the overwhelmingly successful Color Me Barbra. Filmed in spectacular color, this companion piece to her first special is one for the ages. The vibrant colors become a metaphor for imaginati...  more »

      
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All Artists: Dwight Hemion, Anu Krishnan, Barry Schulman, David Horn, Joe Layton, Martin Erlichman, Willard Levitas, Robert Emmett
Title: Color Me Barbra
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rhino / Wea
Release Date: 7/25/2006
Album Type: Color, DVD, NTSC
Genre: Pop
Styles: Easy Listening, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 086162351969, 603497049028

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This is the follow-up special to the overwhelmingly successful Color Me Barbra. Filmed in spectacular color, this companion piece to her first special is one for the ages. The vibrant colors become a metaphor for imagination, inventiveness, fantasy, and sheer brilliance. Track Listings:
Introduction
Draw Me A Circle [Act 1]
Yesterdays [Act 1]
One Kiss [Act 1]
The Minute Waltz [Act 1]
Gotta Move [Act 1]
Non C'est Rien [Act 1]
Where Or When [Act 1]
Monologue - Pets [Act 2]
Animal Crackers In My Soup [Act 2]
Funny Face [Act 2]
The Face [Act 2]
They Didn't Believe Me [Act 2]
Were Thine That Special Face [Act 2]
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face [Act 2]
Let's Face The Music And Dance [Act 2]
Sam, You Made The Pants Too Long [Act 2]
What's New Pussycat? [Act 2]
Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf? [Act 2]
Small World [Act 2]
Try To Remember [Act 2]
Spring Again [Act 2]
I Stayed Too Long At The Fiar [Act 2]
Look At That Face [Act 2]
Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home [Act 3]
It Had To Be You [Act 3]
C'est Si Bon (It's So Good) [Act 3]
Where Am I Going? [Act 3]
Starting Here, Starting Now [Act 3]
 

CD Reviews

The Way She Was
Jeffrey D. Johnson | Washington, DC | 01/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There seems to be a time in a performer's life when either the life/passion/drive leaves them or else they mature - or is it both...are they the same? After the mid 1970's Barbra Streisand left the world of Artist and became something else...something less vital and less driven by the blood that runs through her.
Thank god for video. If you want to see what all the hoopla was about - see this. This is her frist TV special and BOY is it special. It shows a young, passionate artist who had a voice, a style and a command for every nuance a song could have all rolled up into one awkward yet facinating Barbra. This is a wonderful mixture of comic kookiness, entertainer and pure artist at work. Barbra - please come back!"
Brazillian Bootleg ... Wait for the Real Thing
Matt Howe | Washington, DC | 08/09/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Although this Brazillian bootleg DVD was the only way one could watch "My Name Is Barbra", it is worth waiting for the official DVD of Streisand's first television special, which is due from Rhino Home Video in November 2005. An entire box set of Streisand's first five television specials (1965-1973) is due from Rhino. This Brazillian DVD looks like they simply transfered the Laser Disc of the 1986 home video release. Quality is not fantastic."
Lights, Camera, Music and The Voice!
12/13/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"PBS replayed this special a few years ago. My mom is a fan so I watched it with her. Wow! As a music video, it was years ahead of it's time and MTV. This is Barbara at her best! Color me, "Tickled pink.""