Back to Broadway

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Back to Broadway
Barbra Streisand - Back to Broadway.jpg
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...
Back to Broadway
Higher Ground
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
11. "The Man I Love"   3:39
12. "Move On"   Sondheim 5:24

Chart performance[edit]

The album was another smash hit for Streisand 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
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 two Grammy Awards for:

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


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