Just for the Record (Barbra Streisand album)

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Just for the Record
Just for the Record cover.jpg
Box set by Barbra Streisand
Released September 24, 1991 (1991-09-24)
Recorded 1955-1989
Genre Jazz, adult contemporary
Label Columbia
Barbra Streisand chronology
A Collection: Greatest Hits.. and More
(1989)
Just for the Record...
(1991)
Back to Broadway
(1993)

Just for the Record... is a retrospective box set of Barbra Streisand recordings released September 24, 1991.[1]

Tracks[edit]

Disc 1: The Sixties, Part One[edit]

  1. You'll Never Know - (Written by Mack Gordon / Harry Warren) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 2:58 (Recorded December 29, 1955)
  2. A Sleepin' Bee - (Harold Arlen / Truman Capote) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:50
  3. Moon River - (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:35
  4. Miss Marmelstein - (Harold Rome) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:21
  5. Happy Days Are Here Again - (Milton Ager / Jack Yellen) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:50
  6. Keepin' Out of Mischief Now - (Andy Razaf / Fats Waller) - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:48
  7. I Hate Music - (Leonard Bernstein) - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:11
  8. Nobody's Heart (Belongs to Me) - (Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:11
  9. Value - (Jeffrey D. Harris) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:18
  10. Cry Me a River - (Arthur Hamilton) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:53
  11. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? - (Frank Churchill / Ann Ronell) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:10
  12. I Had Myself a True Love - (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:27
  13. Lover, Come Back to Me - (Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg) - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:48
  14. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most - (Fran Landesman / Tommy Wolf) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:48
  15. My Honey's Lovin' Arms - (Joseph Meyer / Herman Ruby) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:13
  16. Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home - (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:44
  17. When the Sun Comes Out - (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:36
  18. Be My Guest/Dialogue with Judy Garland and Ethel Merman - (Mel Tormé) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:28
  19. Judy Garland Medley, No. 1: Hooray for Love/After You've Gone/By Myself/'S Wonderful/How About You?/Lover, Come Back to Me/You and the Night and the Music/It All Depends on You - (Harold Arlen / Henry Creamer / Howard Dietz / George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / Turner Layton / Leo Robin / Arthur Schwartz / Burton Lane / Ralph Freed / Sigmund Romberg / Oscar Hammerstein II / Ray Henderson / B.G. DeSylva / Lew Brown) - (Sung by Judy Garland feat. Barbra Streisand) - 4:34
  20. Judy Garland Medley, No. 2: Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again - (Milton Ager / Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler / Jack Yellen) - (Judy Garland feat. Barbra Streisand) - 2:28

Disc 2: The Sixties, Part Two[edit]

  1. I'm the Greatest Star - (Written by Bob Merrill / Jule Styne) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 4:08
  2. My Man/Auld Lang Syne - (Jacques Charles / Channing Pollock / Traditional / Albert Willemetz / Maurice Yvain) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:08
  3. People - (Bob Merrill / Jule Styne) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:40
  4. Act II Medley: Second Hand Rose (Sung by Barbra's Mother)/Give Me the Simple Life/Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home/Nobody Knows You (When You're Down and Out)/The Best Things in Life Are Free - (Written by Harold Arlen / Rube Bloom / Grant Clarke / Jimmy Cox / Buddy DeSylva / James F. Hanley / Ray Henderson / Johnny Mercer / Harry Ruby) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 4:27
  5. 1965 Emmy Awards - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:45
  6. He Touched Me - (Written by Ira Levin / Milton Schafer) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 3:09
  7. You Wanna Bet - (Cy Coleman / Dorothy Fields) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:27
  8. House of Flowers - (Harold Arlen / Truman Capote) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:44
  9. Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead - (Harold Arlen / E.Y. "Yip" Harburg) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand feat. Harold Arlen) - 1:55
  10. Circus Medley: (Have I Stayed) Too Long at the Fair/Look at That Face - (Billy Barnes / Leslie Bricusse / Anthony Newley) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 3:23
  11. Starting Here, Starting Now - (Richard Maltby, Jr. / David Shire) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:54
  12. A Good Man Is Hard to Find/Some of These Days - (Shelton Brooks) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:33
  13. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows - (Harry Carroll / Joseph McCarthy) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:34
  14. Sleep in Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) - (Franz Gruber / Joseph Mohr) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:58
  15. Don't Rain on My Parade - (Robert Merrill / Jule Styne) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:44
  16. Funny Girl - (Bob Merrill / Jule Styne) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:43
  17. 1969 Academy Awards / Friars Club Tribute - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:58
  18. Come Rain or Come Shine - (Written by Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) - (Barbra Streisand feat. Vocals performed by Harold Arlen) - 2:48
  19. Time After Time - (Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne) - (Barbra Streisand feat. Vocals performed by Jule Styne) - 2:36
  20. [Untitled Track] - (Barbra Streisand feat. Talking Voices performed by Don Rickles) - 1:13
  21. The Sweetest Sounds - (Written by Richard Rodgers) - (Barbra Streisand feat. Vocals performed by Richard Rodgers) - 2:01
  22. Hello, Dolly! - (Jerry Herman) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand feat. Louis Armstrong) - 3:47
  23. On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever) - (Burton Lane / Alan Jay Lerner) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 2:10
  24. Las Vegas Medley: When You Gotta Go/In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning - (Herbert Kretzmer / David Mann / Anthony Newley) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:05

Disc 3: The Seventies[edit]

  1. The Singer - (Written by Walter Marks) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 2:43 (Recorded March 10, 1970)
  2. I Can Do It - (Johnny Worth) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:38 (March 10, 1970)
  3. Stoney End - (Laura Nyro) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:58 (March 1970)
  4. (They Long to Be) Close to You - (Burt Bacharach / Hal David) - (Barbra Streisand duet with Burt Bacharach) - 3:35 (March 14, 1970)
  5. We've Only Just Begun - (Roger Nichols / Paul Williams) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 2:25 (April 20, 1971)
  6. Since I Fell for You - (Buddy Johnson) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:25 (August 1971)
  7. You're the Top- (Cole Porter) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand featuring Ryan O'Neil) - 4:08 (From The 1972 Motion Picture "What's Up Doc?")
  8. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? [Demo] - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand featuring Michel Legrand) - 3:36 (Summer 1972)
  9. If I Close My Eyes - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Billy Goldenberg) - (Barbra Streisand feat. Michel Legrand) - 2:24
  10. Between Yesterday and Tomorrow - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 3:32
  11. Can You Tell the Moment? - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:27
  12. The Way We Were [Soundtrack Version] - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Marvin Hamlisch) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:52 (Fall 1973)
  13. Crying Time - (Buck Owens) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand feat. Ray Charles) - 2:18
  14. God Bless the Child - (Billie Holiday / Arthur Herzog, Jr.) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 3:32 (March 25, 1974)
  15. Medley: A Quiet Thing/There Won't Be Trumpets - (Fred Ebb / John Kander / Stephen Sondheim) - (Barbra Streisand) - 5:20 (March 25, 1974)
  16. Lost Inside of You - (Leon Russell / Barbra Streisand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:53 [Alternate Soundtrack Version] (Summer 1976)
  17. Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star is Born) [Demo/Soundtrack Version] - (Barbra Streisand / Paul Williams) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:13 (January - November 1976)
  18. 1977 Academy Awards [Live] - (Barbra Streisand) - 1:22 (March 28, 1977)
  19. Hatikvah - (Traditional) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:59 [Live, conversation with Golda Meir] (May 8, 1978)

Disc 4: The Eighties[edit]

  1. You Don't Bring Me Flowers - (Written by Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Neil Diamond) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand feat. Neil Diamond) - 3:37
  2. The Way We Weren't/The Way We Were - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Marvin Hamlisch) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand) - 4:52
  3. Guilty - (Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand feat. Barry Gibb) - 4:27
  4. Papa, Can You Hear Me? - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand) - 3:34
  5. The Moon and I - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:19
  6. A Piece of Sky - (Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:13
  7. I Know Him So Well - (Benny Andersson / Tim Rice / Björn Ulvaeus) - (Performed by Barbra Streisand feat. Richard Page) - 4:13
  8. If I Loved You - (Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers) - (Sung by Barbra Streisand) - 2:38
  9. Putting It Together - (Stephen Sondheim) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:19
  10. Over the Rainbow - (Harold Arlen / E.Y. "Yip" Harburg) - (Barbra Streisand) - 4:43
  11. Theme - (Barbra Streisand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:43
  12. Here We Are at Last - (Richard Baskin / Barbra Streisand) - (Barbra Streisand) - 3:20
  13. Warm All Over - (Frank Loesser) - (Barbra Streisand) - 2:48
  14. You'll Never Know (1988 Duet Version) - (Mack Gordon / Harry Warren) - (All vocals sung by Barbra Streisand) - 4:07

Critical reception[edit]

Allmusic gave it a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5.[1]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[2] 38

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[3] Platinum 404,000[4]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Barbra Streisand – Just for the Record (review) – AllMusic Allmusic.com. Retrieved 21 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Barbra Streisand – Chart history" Billboard 200 for Barbra Streisand.
  3. ^ "American album certifications – Barbra Streisand – Just for the Record". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved October 26, 2013.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH
  4. ^ Bronson, Fred (23 April 1994). Top 50 Boxed-Set Reissues. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 58–.