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||Album of 1962 Streisand concerts to be released on CD and digitally on Nov. 4
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Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, announced the album Barbra Streisand: Live at the Bon Soir will be released digitally and on CD on Friday, Nov. 4.
With new mixes supervised by Barbra and Grammy-winning engineer Jochem van der Saag, listeners are able to experience what it was like to witness 20-year old Streisand at the dawn of her career.
Recorded in a tiny Greenwich Village nightclub on Nov. 4-6, 1962 (just weeks after Streisand inked her first record deal with Columbia on Oct. 1), Live at the Bon Soir was originally intended to be Barbra's debut album for the label.
The tapes for Live at the Bon Soir were eventually shelved in favor of 1963's The Barbra Streisand Album (which offered studio versions of 11 songs from Streisand's nightclub repertoire). That album won several Grammys, including Album of the Year and Best Female Vocal Performance.
For the first time, Barbra Streisand: Live at the Bon Soir includes 24 tracks that have been produced, mixed and approved by Streisand and released in their entirety as an album. All of the original master tapes are from her personal vault.
Some of the songs on the album are "Happy Days Are Here Again," "My Honey's Lovin' Arms," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "When the Sun Comes Out" and "Cry Me a River."
The album may be pre-ordered at barbrastreisand.lnk.to/LATBS.
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