Guilty Pleasures [DualDisc]

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Everyone loves a reunion, the happier the better. A quarter century after collaborating on the best- selling Guilty, Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb are back together -- and the results are something to sing about. In fact, the only question is: What took them so long? Gibb was born with the kind of intuitive pop instincts that others can only dream of; combine his sure touch as a songwriter and producer with Streisand's still-magisterial voice and pure pop pleasure is assured. Featuring ten new songs co-written by Barry Gibb and a striking take on the Andy Gibb hit "Our Love Don't Throw It Away," Guilty Pleasures is a testament to the undiminished strength of ...
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Barnes & Noble - William Pearl
Everyone loves a reunion, the happier the better. A quarter century after collaborating on the best- selling Guilty, Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb are back together -- and the results are something to sing about. In fact, the only question is: What took them so long? Gibb was born with the kind of intuitive pop instincts that others can only dream of; combine his sure touch as a songwriter and producer with Streisand's still-magisterial voice and pure pop pleasure is assured. Featuring ten new songs co-written by Barry Gibb and a striking take on the Andy Gibb hit "Our Love Don't Throw It Away," Guilty Pleasures is a testament to the undiminished strength of Streisand's vocal artistry. Digging into superbly crafted tunes such as "Golden Dawn," "Letting Go," and "Without Your Love," Streisand sounds as if she just stepped out of the original Guilty sessions -- here is a singer still in her prime and ready to remind the whole world about it. Barry Gibb, holding his own, gets into the act on two exuberant duets; both "Come Tomorrow" and "Above the Law" run thick with the lusty spirit that signals a hit single. The squeaky- clean instrumental textures and Bee Gees- styled backup vocals may speak of the late '70s, but delightfully so. Comparing Guilty Pleasures to its priceless predecessor is pointless -- appreciate the new union for the overflowing joy it brings.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Guilty Pleasures isn't simply the belated sequel to Guilty, Barbra Steisand's 1980 collaboration with Barry Gibb. It's the best mainstream pop album she's made since that multi-platinum, chart-topping hit. Of course, the competition isn't exactly stiff -- her pop albums since then have been deliberately safe, overly calculated adult contemporary affairs that only made records of standards like 1985's The Broadway Album shine all the brighter -- and it, like its predecessor, is a bit of an anomaly in Streisand's catalog, since it shares more musical similarities with Barry Gibb's work than Barbra's own, yet there's no denying that this is the most satisfying straight-up pop album she's cut since Guilty. In fact, apart from the crystal-clear, overly clean digital production that immediately pegs it as a 2005 release, Guilty Pleasures could be taken as a bunch of outtakes from the 1980 album. Gibb, who wrote along with a handful of other collaborators and produced along with John Merchant the entire album, along with playing guitar and providing backup vocals, not only doesn't attempt to update his signature sound, but proudly sticks to unfashionable pop styles like the early-'80s anthemic soft rock of "Stranger in a Strange Land," the mellow Latin-tinged "Hideaway," and the disco of "Night of My Life." Yet instead of sounding like the work of a duo stuck in the past, Guilty Pleasures sounds as if Gibb has constructed a set of 11 songs that play to his strengths as a pop craftsman and Streisand's strengths as an interpreter. This may be firmly within both of their comfort zones, but despite the record's decidedly low-key vibe, neither Barry nor Barbra sound lazy, nor do they sound like they have something to prove, as if they're consciously trying to live up to the standard their first collaboration set. They sound relaxed and quietly assured, which makes this album far more charming than it might initially appear to be. Not everything works -- some of the ballads toward the end of the record are a little too hazy and samey to catch hold -- but most of the album holds its own with Guilty, which means this is not only a pleasant surprise, but one of Barbra's best straight-up mainstream pop records, and an album that surely lives up to its title. [Guilty Pleasures was also released as a DualDisc, containing the entire album on CD on one side and a DVD on the other side. The DVD does not contain 5.1 Surround mixes -- the album is only presented in PCM stereo -- but it has an exclusive interview with Barbra and Barry, plus music videos for "Stranger in a Strange Land," "Hideaway," "Above the Law," and "Letting Go."]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/20/2005
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 827969499726
  • Catalog Number: 94997

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Come Tomorrow (5:01)
  2. 2 Stranger in a Strange Land (4:50)
  3. 3 Hideaway (4:14)
  4. 4 It's Up to You (3:32)
  5. 5 Night of My Life (3:59)
  6. 6 Above the Law (4:27)
  7. 7 Without Your Love (3:48)
  8. 8 All the Children (5:14)
  9. 9 Golden Dawn (4:40)
  10. 10 (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away (4:01)
  11. 11 Letting Go (3:53)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Come Tomorrow
  2. 2 Stranger in a Strange Land
  3. 3 Hideaway
  4. 4 It's Up to You
  5. 5 Night of My Life
  6. 6 Above the Law
  7. 7 Without Your Love
  8. 8 All the Children
  9. 9 Golden Dawn
  10. 10 (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away
  11. 11 Letting Go
  12. 12 Above the Law
  13. 13 Hideaway
  14. 14 Stranger in a Strange Land
  15. 15 Letting Go
  16. 16 Bonus Material
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Barbra Streisand Primary Artist
Tom Scott Saxophone
Barry Gibb Guitar, Background Vocals
Peter Graves Conductor
Doug Emery Keyboards
Julio Hernandez Bass
Lee Levin Drums
Beth Cohen Background Vocals
Leesa Richards Background Vocals
Dan Warner Guitar
Richard Bravo Percussion
Eero Turunen Keyboards
Technical Credits
Barbra Streisand Composer, Executive Producer
Barry Gibb Composer, Producer, String Arrangements
Peter Graves String Arrangements
George Bitzer Composer
Doug Emery Programming, String Arrangements
Jay Landers Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
John Merchant Producer, Engineer
Blue Weaver Composer
Nancy Donald Art Direction
Kim Skalecki Personal Assistant
Mary Maurer Art Direction
Larry Warrilow String Arrangements
Ashley Gibb Composer
Renata Buser Personal Assistant
Javier Carrion Engineer
Stephen Gibb Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Babs becomes the ULTIMATE DIVA!!!!!!!

    THis album is one of the best of her new stuff. It appeals to a younger generation!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    same ol' thing again

    not much to say but two albums put out just in time for christmas, that usually means low quality and this album set rings true to that.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME

    This was a surprise, I love Streisand, but I was sceptical of this CD. It is truly excellent, just as the rest of her work is

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Babs' Shining Return to Mainstream Pop

    Listening to her clear, crisp voice, it's hard to believe that Streisand is in her sixties and has been doing this for more than four decades. Gibb writes songs that fit Streisand to a tee, while allowing her to stretch into previously uncharted waters. The heartbreaking "Letting Go" is as strong a ballad as the diva has ever sung. The duet "Above the Law" is a perfect pairing with "Guilty" from the stars' last collaboration. "It's Up To You" is the kind of upbeat, light pop song that is just begging for AC airplay. It's also great to hear Streisand revisiting the dance genre she so successfully mined in the 70's ("No More Tears" and "Main Event") with the catchy, very Bee Gee's influenced "Night of My Life" and the woprld music tinged "All The Children." Possibly most moving is Streisand's cover of the Andy Gibb hit "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away." Streisand brings new depth and meaning to what previously seemed a mere bubble gum pop song. Has there ever been a better remake? While other iconic artists of her generation are releasing only standards and greatest hits packages, its nice to see Streisand exploring new territory and taking new and exciting chances at this stage in her career. Barbra at her best!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A COMPLETE MASTERPIECE

    This certainly a MASTERPIECE. From the first song " Come Tomorrow " a duet with Barry Gibb to the last one " Letting Go " , this is an album no one can miss. The songs are so beautiful , Barbra and Barry just work so good together and certainly this album will stand the test of time. It's just as beautiful as " Guilty " and in some songs , " Hideaway" , " Golden Dawn " , " Above the Law " another duet with Barry and " Stranger in a strange land " even better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Unbelievably GOOD

    This album has blown me away. It is Barbra's best in years - it's so diverse. It has everything from Middle-eastern tinged rock to disco to bossa-nova. And Barbra's voice is lke liquid gold. I cannot recommend this enough.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Total Pleasure

    Barbra Streisand's reteaming with Barry Gibb 25 years after they made the Grammy-winning "Guilty," is a total success and a complete pleasure. "Guilty Pleasures" finds Streisand singing better than ever, happily crooning Gibbs' catchy pop tunes and playful lyrics. "Hideaway," "Golden Dawn" and "Above the Law" are dynamite love songs "Letting Go" is a heartbreaker "Don't Throw It All Away" a beautiful cover. All in all, I found this Streisand album a joy. I haven't stopped listening to it. Bravo to both Barry and Barbra!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Barbra at her BEST!!!

    Before listening to this album for the first time, I had certain expecations of what I wanted to hear and how I wanted Barbra to sound. Well, upon my first listen last night and my second listen this morning, I can truly say that this album has met and far exceeded my expectations. Barry is a true genius and Barbra's voice sounds as if she's just stepped out of the "Guilty" recording sessions 25 years ago. She sounds youthful and fresh, and she's full of that singer/actress expression that she's so known for. She makes each song her own and does them justice. The combination of Barbra and Barry's voices is truly magical and they suit each other well. One can only hope for another collaboration from Barbra and Barry. Bringing these two awesome talents can only create one thing: magic. This is one of the best albums in Barbra's huge catalog of albums. There could not be a more appropriate title "Guilty Pleasures" is certainly a guilty pleasure and will be for years to come. It's a hit! Barbra's back and here to stay! The first track, "Come Tomorrow" is a perfect blend of Barbra and Barry's vocals in a 50s doo-wop duet. "Stranger in a Strange Land" is a poignant and touching tribute to troops of today and yesterday. Contrary to many beliefs, this is not an anti-war song, as the lyrics should reveal. The best lyric in this song: "give em hell before you go to heaven". The video on the DVD side of the DualDisc brought me to tears just by watching Barbra's expressions. "Hideaway" is a sensual, exotic sounding song containing perhaps the best lyric of the entire album, "maybe we'll shuffle off to Rio, a little Rio de Janiero." It's a very playful song and the sax adds a great touch. "It's Up To You" is a wonderful pop song with a slight country feel. "Night of My Life" is a throwback to disco. It is very catchy and Barbra's vocals are reminiscent of "The Main Event" or "No More Tears". It is meant for the clubs and has been remixed wonderfully by Junior Vasquez, L.E.X. and John Luongo. The remix is currently in the #32 spot on the Billboard Dance Club Hits. "Above the Law" is one of my favorites on the album. It is very playful duet with Barry and their vocals mesh very well together. I love how they play off of each other. Barbra sounds like she's having so much fun. "Without Your Love" is a broadway-esque song and Barbra sounds amazing. She sounds as if she just stepped right out of the days of "The Broadway Album". "All the Children" is also another one of my favorites on the album. It's a middle-eastern flavored upbeat song. Barry's backing vocals are wonderful. Once again, their voices blend so well together. "Golden Dawn" is again a very sensual, romantic song. One of my favorite lyrics in this song is when Barbra sings "mi amor". She should sing this song is Spanish. That would be pure heaven. "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away" is an Andy Gibb classic, but Barbra makes it her own and truly shines. "Letting Go" is a ballad and Barbra makes it very personal adding her heartbreaking vocals. Everytime I listen to it, I am in tears. On the DVD, she sings this song live with just a piano. It shows just why she is the best female vocalist of our time. Truly breathtaking.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Her best pop album for 20 years

    As anyone who loved 1980's 'Guilty' is aware, few producers understand Streisand's voice as well as Gibb. He presents THE VOICE in musical landscapes, rich in mood and atmosphere. 'Guilty Too' presents the evolution of 2 great talents 25 years after their the first collaboration and the results are mesmerising (i have to say i was shocked at how good this album was!!) Every track is a standout with single potential. From the dramatic chord changes and haunting melody of 'Stranger in a Strange Land' to the mellow samba of 'Hideaway' Streisand has rarely sounded better since the 70's. The 2 Gibb duets 'Come Tomorrow' and 'Above the law' are pure gold, both reigniting the magic they shared on 'Guilty'. Other standout cuts are the awesome dance track (yes Streisand doing dance!!) 'Night of my life' a deep-base floorfiller already being mixed for the clubs by renound DJ Junoir Vasquez and the George Michael inspired 'Golden Dawn' with its sensual brazillian feel. Also the stunning 'With or without your love' with a soaring Streisand vocal and the albums beautiful closer 'Letting go' possibly Gibb's finest composition which Streisand performs to perfection. The most unexpected triumph is the middle-eastern flavoured 'all the children' a haunting, Pink Floyd esque drama with a rapturous melody and chorus. This is more than a reunion or sequel album, its a stunning project in its own right. I can honestly say its probaly the finest Streisand album for 20 years.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Proof that "Things Improve With Age" - MAGNIFICENT!

    Only sampling bits and pieces of the songs over the last few weeks, and only hearing the first single "Stranger In A Strange Land" all the way through, I knew we were in for a treat. However, I didn't realize that GUILTY PLEASURES would literally blow GUILTY out of the water. Though a classic in its own right, GUILTY has met its match and will now take a back seat to GUILTY PLEASURES. There is not one clunker on this array of 11 diamonds. Strong lyrics, great vocals by both Barbra and Barry, excellent orchestration. I am so glad that one of the Gibb "oldies" was also covered, as I've always wanted to hear a female version of "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away" after wearing out my Andy Gibb single years ago. Personal favorites are "Night Of My Life", "Hideaway", "Golden Dawn" and the single "Stanger In A Strange Land". Guaranteed to me a monster hit for Barbra and Barry just like GUILTY was 25 years ago. Run after this one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Barb's Best Yet

    I will admit right away that I am a Streisand fan....but this piece of work with Barry Gibb is by far Barbara's best, most consistent CD I feel she has ever done. The ballads are just beautiful. "Golden Dawn", "Hideaway", "Stranger in a Strange Land" and "Letting Go" are just fantastic ballads. It's up to you is just such a soft ....nice song. Streisand and Gibb get together with the duet "Above the Law", ..A great song. Streisand even gets a little funky with "Night of My Life". They then do a new version of Andy Gibb's "Our Love, Don't throw it all away". It is better in my opinoin than the origional. Most importantly, Barbara Streisand's voice is as beautiful as ever. She truly has not lost a beat. This album is so strong from start to finish. She is terrific.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Barbra's Seductive "Guilty Pleasures"

    From the opening ballad "Come Tomorrow" to the melancholy closing, "Letting Go," Barbra Streisand, the consummate singing actress, weaves a spell of seduction, romance, heartbreak, and, dare I say it, just plain fun. She has been so serious on her other recording projects that I think she had lost sight of her sense of humor. But here Barbra is as playful as ever, transporting us into narratives of love and passion that probably only she can bring to life these days. The album begins with "Come Tomorrow," an interesting mixture of 1950's sentiment and arrangement. It's a ballad that Elvis Presley might have recorded during his lengthy career. And, for some reason, the song reminds me of Presley's "It's Now or Never," not so much in melody but in content. Then the album segues into "Stranger in a Strange Land," an upbeat patriotic song which supports the troops overseas, encouraging them to "give 'em hell" (the enemy, that is) and to come home again after their mission is over. The album has a good flow and variety. The listener is always surprised by the next selection. One of the two most profoundly gorgeous songs on the record is "Hideaway" (about the temptations of an illicit love affair) and the longingly romantic, bossa nova influenced "Golden Dawn." Streisand's voice simply soars on the latter, something she hasn't really done since the mid-90's. It's good to hear that her voice is in superb condition and that it could still fly into the stratosphere. So far, all of these ballads don't have much of a link to "Guilty," this album's predecessor. I believe Streisand and Gibb take an entirely different musical direction, and they succeed admirably. You could tell that Gibb and Streisand were ready to make a musical statement. And they did. One of the most interesting songs on the record is "All the Children." At first, it's hard to decide what to make of it. The song has very strong Middle Eastern influences synthesized with a pulsating rock beat. Yet, believe it or not, it could have been included in Streisand's "Yentl" as an anthem of truth and liberation. The only thing that Gibb does wrong (if you could call it that) is try to overwhelm the song with his vocals, instead of giving Streisand center stage. She should have been allowed to sing with him on the bridge, since they are musical partners. Besides, the blending of their voices would make it a far more exciting ballad. The last two songs are heartbreaking indeed, for one reminds us of Andy Gibb, the younger brother of Barry who died so young at age thirty. "Our Love, Don't Throw it All Away" is a lovely tribute to Andy sung lovingly by Streisand. And "Letting Go," a song that was written a while ago, is very touching and movingly rendered by Streisand. Finally, I think this is a record that even non-Streisand fans can enjoy. After all, everyone likes to indulge in "guilty pleasures" once in a while.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Extraordinary Performances by two Extraordinary Artists

    I am a huge Bee Gees fan and Steisand fan as well and can't get enough of this new album. Of course my favorite song is Come Tomorrow but all of the songs are awesome. I just wish Barry was able to duet with Babs on more of the songs. He's proven that he's still got it and thank goodness, he's back!. Barbara's still got it as well and aren't we lucky to be able to enjoy such beautiful music. I can't stop listening to this C.D. and I hope that it receives the credit it deserves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Breath taking Barbra!!

    Barbra is back, and in top form with Guilty Pleasures. Night of My Life and All the Children prove that the voice can not be put out. She still hits notes that Britney and Christina have been looking for for years..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE BEST BARBRA HAS DONE

    This is the best Barbra has done since THE WAY WE WERE, GUILTY, THE BROADWAY ALBUM, TILL' I LOVED YOU and A LOVE LIKE OURS which are my all time favority albums GUILTY PLEASURES is a masterpiece I love A STRANGER in A STRAGELAND I heard that a million time I can't stop listed to that song is is so beautiful I LOVE THIS ALBUM and if you are a fan of BARBRA you will love it too

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Barbara Just Keeps Getting Better All The Time

    I didn't have to listen to any song before rushing out yesterday to purchase this CD to add to my Streisand Collectin because all of Barbra's CD's are wonderful and this one is more beautiful than the last!! I'm her #1 fan and have been listening ever since she started recording!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Guilty Pleasures [DualDisc]

    Juat listening to "Come Tomorrow" I can't wait for the release of this album. The song is so touching, moving. I'm NOT a big Barbra Streisand fan, but, this album, well, I can't wait to received it!!! For the song "Come Tomorrow" along! Just a great song! Played it on AOL Muscie at least 20-50 times!!! I really never liked Barbra, and don't own any of her albums, but, just can't wait for the release of this one!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Guilty Pleasures [DualDisc]

    Just for this song "Come Tomorrow" I would purchase this CD, something about the it!!!Sentinmentalist??? I have listented to this song at 25 timrd

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