Streisand Superman

Streisand Superman

by Barbra Streisand


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Appearing only seven months after A Star Is Born, Streisand Superman seemed to continue much of its rock-oriented feel, even including several songs that had been intended for the film. It was unusual in featuring all recently written songs, many first recorded here. Streisand co-wrote the rockish "Don't Believe What You Read," an attack on her negative press coverage, while Alan Gordon contributed both the disco-ish "I Found You Love" and the album's Top Ten single ballad "My Heart Belongs to Me." Streisand Superman seemed to be an unusually personal album for the singer, reflecting her feelings and viewpoints. That did not make it one of her best, however.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/01/2008
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC: 0886972421827
catalogNumber: 724218
Rank: 27961

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Barbra Streisand   Primary Artist,Vocals
Jay Graydon   Guitar
Scott Mathews   Guitar,Drums,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Kim Carnes   Composer
Billy Joel   Composer
Larry Carlton   rhythm arrangement
Roger Miller   Composer
Rupert Holmes   Composer
Ron Nagle   Composer
Jack Nitzsche   Arranger
Charles Calello   Arranger,Producer
Frank DeCaro   Arranger,Contributor,Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Dave Ellingson   Composer
Alan Gordon   Composer
Gary Klein   Producer
Armin Steiner   Engineer,Remixing
Tommy Vicon   Engineer
Richie Snyder   Composer
R. Snyder   Composer

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Streisand Superman 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
titanfirecat More than 1 year ago
Barbara is Very Very talented and Great!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
loved it!
AnHonestAnswer More than 1 year ago
Stimulating, emotional, truthful, almost perfect. This is quintisential Streisand. One of her great albums. A must for every collection. It was during her Jon Peters years and she had a lot to sign about. The emotion and stellar production at its best! Bravo.