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Hello, Dolly! Widescreen Edition

Hello, Dolly! Widescreen Edition

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Barbara Streisand is a knockout as Dolly Levi, the woman “who arranges things like furniture and daffodils and lives.” And Hello Dolly, is the blockbuster musical you’ll want to see her in again and again. The famed plot concerns Dolly, a young widow and professional matchmaker who sets her sights, and whatever else she can muster, on conquering tight-fisted Yonkers merchant, Horace Vandergeider, beautifully played by Walter Matthau. How she does it has to be the grandest, singingest, dancingest, marchingest flag-wavingest musical there ever was.

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3 Responses to Hello, Dolly! Widescreen Edition

  • U, Fox says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    THIS ALBUM IS A MUST HAVE!, December 7, 2013
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    U, Fox
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    I have owned many, many, Barbra Streisand albums since she first came on the scene back in the 60′s. If you are a fan, you know there was about two decades she did not perform live. This CD is her return to the stage. A stage in her own back yard with a hand picked audience.

    If you are a fan, you know she is a perfectionist and this album shows it!! Of all the albums I haver ever owned, this is far my most favorite album. With her hand on all areas of concert preparation, it is truly a sound masterpiece and she never sounded better!! You can tell she is totally relaxed in her own enviroment surrounded by her friends. Her voice is a dream.

    Her duets with Barry Gibb are perfection. It is just a fantastic experience. You will feel like you are there. It is too bad it is so hard to find the DVD of this concert. If you love this album-because you will-go to her offical WEB site and ask her to get the DVD reissued. I am sure you are going to want it as much as I do.

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  • Det. Abilene says:
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    September 6, 1986 – a very special evening, September 9, 2005
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    Det. Abilene (USA) –
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    After battling severe stage fright for the majority of the seventies and eighties, Barbra Streisand finally returned to the concert stage on September 6, 1986 for the “one night only” ONE VOICE concert. The show was heavily publicized in the media, tickets were sold at the astronomically high price of $5000 per couple, and columnists and critics everywhere were anxiously waiting to see if Streisand could overcome her immense performance-phobia and still deliver the goods. Fortunately, all of the hype was more than justified. When Streisand finally took the stage that night and opened the show with a tour de force performance of “Somewhere,” every member of the audience was left in awe of the stunning power of this woman’s ageless voice.

    Though Streisand was visibly and audibly nervous during her first few numbers, nothing could keep her undiminished vocal prowess from shining brightly through. If anything, her occasional jitteriness only made her seem more human. She was supported not by the typical orchestra, but by a small handful of musicians on electronic instruments. This actually provides the majority of the show with a warmer and more intimate feel. With the small band and the limited orchestration, it is Streisand’s golden voice that is left at the forefront of the concert – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. In addition to a slate of her own signature numbers, Streisand also performs some new material, such as the lovely “A New World” (from the 1954 version of A STAR IS BORN) and the traditional “America the Beautiful,” which was the perfect close to the moving evening.

    A few more of the evening’s many highlights include Barbra’s haunting rendition “Send In The Clowns,” a relaxed duet with guest Barry Gibb on “What Kind Of Fool,” and a surprisingly lively performance of “The Way We Were,” with a newer, more contemporary arrangement. Most impressive of all is Barbra’s impassioned rendition of “Papa, Can You Hear Me?” that night is one of her most moving performances ever. Barbra also slips into a rare cover of “Over The Rainbow,” and does the song more justice than anyone since Judy Garland (whom Barbra dedicates the performance to). Instead of screaming the song out at the top of her lungs like Patti Labelle and Sam Harris, Barbra gives “Over The Rainbow” a beautifully understated performance and makes the number her own.

    The profits from ONE VOICE benefitted the Democratic Party, who were at the time trying to make sure a disaster like Chernobyl never happened again. Barbra’s often-criticized stage dialogue on the issue may be a little heavy-handed at times, but you can tell she strongly believes every word of it. In particular, her speech proceeding “People,” though unoriginal, is very moving nonetheless. It is also a bit disappointing that the disc’s runtime is less than an hour, although the parody number “Send Home the Clowns” and Robin Williams’ opening monologue seem to be the only major omissions from the evening’s set list (and I can certainly live without both).

    Other than the short runtime and the sometimes overbearing spoken statements, ONE VOICE is a great presentation of a special concert that will delight fans and even many cynics. In the end, ONE VOICE was a massive success. The concert was filmed and received record-breaking ratings when televised on HBO, while the audio recording of the show peaked at #9 on the Hot 200 and was quickly certified Platinum. Most importantly, ONE VOICE raised over $1.5 million which led Barbra to establish the “Streisand Foundation,” which supports numerous charitable organizations.

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  • Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic!!, June 13, 2013
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    I am a fan and have been for over 30 years. I saw the show on TV several years ago. Seeing Jack Nicholson and many other stars in the audience was interesting. Seeing the tears run down Penny Marshals face when Barbara sang, “The Way We Were” made me tear up. Barbara knows how to inspire people. Her message about “saving our Planet” was so important. I loved the songs she chose for this CD and TV show. She didn’t go on and on, she just said a few words about our Planet, which made you realize how important it is for all of us to put forth the effort to make it a better world for the next generation and Generations to come.
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