Back to Broadway

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Back to Broadway
Studio album by Barbra Streisand
Released June 29, 1993
Genre Pop
Length 49:41
Label Columbia
Producer David Foster, Andrew Lloyd Webber
Barbra Streisand chronology
Just for the Record...
(1991)
Back to Broadway
(1993)
Higher Ground
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly C+[2]

Back to Broadway is the twenty-sixth studio album by Barbra Streisand, released in 1993. The album was Streisand's second collection of songs from Broadway musicals, after 1985's The Broadway Album. It debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and gave her the title of "only female artist to have a number one album in four different decades." The album sold 189,000 copies in the first week, and has been certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA, her fifth album to do so.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Some Enchanted Evening"   3:52
2. "Everybody Says Don't"   Stephen Sondheim 2:34
3. "The Music of the Night" (duet with Michael Crawford) 5:35
4. "Speak Low"   4:08
5. "As If We Never Said Goodbye"   4:44
6. "Children Will Listen"   Sondheim 4:09
7. "I Have a Love/One Hand, One Heart" (duet with Johnny Mathis) 4:44
8. "I've Never Been in Love Before"   Frank Loesser 3:49
9. "Luck Be a Lady"   Loesser 3:31
10. "With One Look"  
  • Black
  • Hampton
  • Webber
3:32
11. "The Man I Love"   3:39
12. "Move On"   Sondheim 5:24

Chart performance[edit]

The album was another smash hit and reached number 1 on July 17, 1993 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and reached the top 10 in Canada, the UK and Australia.

Chart Peak
position
Dutch Albums Chart 23
US Billboard Top 200 1
Australian Albums Chart 3
Canadian Albums Chart 6
UK Albums Chart 6
German Albums Chart 81
Swedish Albums Chart 32
Austrian Albums Chart 3
New Zealand Albums Chart 11

Award nominations[edit]

The album was nominated for 2 Grammy Awards for:

Preceded by
janet. by Janet Jackson
Billboard 200 number-one album
July 17–23, 1993
Succeeded by
Zooropa by U2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Back to Broadway at AllMusic
  2. ^ Greg Sandow (25 June 1993). "Back to Broadway (Entertainment Weekly Review)". www.ew.com. Retrieved 1 December 2014.