Barbra Streisand evergreen

Each year, The Streisand Foundation contributes to a wide variety of causes. Click the banner above for more information. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On December 5th 1976, 'Evergreen' by Barbra Streisand entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #72; and twelve weeks later on February 27th, 1977 it would peak at #1 {for 3 weeks} and it spent almost a half-year on the Top 100 {25 weeks}... Barbra Streisand (born Barbara Joan Streisand; April 24, 1942 Brooklyn, New York), is an Academy Award-winning American singer, theater and film actress, composer, film producer, and director. She has won Oscars for Best Actress and Best Original Song as well as multiple Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards and an honorary Tony Award. Barbra Streisand wanted Paul Williams to write one song for her 1976 film 'A Star Is Born.' He showed up to their first meeting with a whole script full of notes and plans to write multiple songs ... Barbra Streisand – Evergreen Lyrics. Love soft as an easy chair Love fresh as the morning air One love that is shared by two I have found with you Like a rose under the april snow I was always certain love would grow Love ageless and evergreen Seldom seen by two You and I will make each night a first BARBRA STREISAND. AUGUST 6 th AT THE UNITED CENTER. TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY, JULY 1 ST “ Barbra Streisand sounded like diamonds. And porcelain and a freshly drawn bath and consommé.” The New York Times. Monday, June 24, 2019. Chicago, IL – For Immediate Release. Barbra Streisand 'Evergreen': Love, soft as an easy chair Love, fresh as the morning air One love that is shared by two I have fou... Lyrics to 'Evergreen' by Barbra Streisand: Love soft as an easy chair Love fresh as the morning air One love that is shared by two I have found with you Barbra Streisand (live) — “Evergreen” Act 2 from “Barbra Streisand – The Concert” New Year's Eve & January 1, 1994 Videotaped Live At The MGM Hotel Las Vegas 31 déc. 1993 – 24 juil. 1994 Lyrics to Evergreen (Love Theme From . Barbra Streisand. Barbra Joan Streisand (born Barbara Joan Streisand /ˈstraɪsænd/; April 24, 1942) is an American singer, actress, writer, film producer, and director.

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2019.04.02 08:30 Ceequinn Evergreen by Barbra Streisand

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2019.02.25 04:24 -en- @CBSNews: RT @CBSThisMorning: "Shallow" could become the second Oscar-winning Best Original Song from #AStarIsBorn. Barbra Streisand won with the song "Evergreen" from the 1976 version of the movie. - @erikdavis #Oscars

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2017.12.17 10:10 Romt0nkon What films did you see last week (10/12/2017 - 16/12/2017)?

Good morning FG, it's a time for a weekly thread, so let's go!
Quick reminder: the next week's thread needs a host, so if any of you are willing to take the reins - you're welcome! I'm not sure how many people will be here though, since it will be a Christmas time...
Write-ups will be a bit later
After finishing up the masterpiece for ages Apocalypse Now and bravely enduring the colossal failure of One from the Heart, Coppola has switched his attention to the world of adolescence and made an unofficial trilogy about this subject ('unofficial' because I highly doubt that anybody else besides me calls it one) including two adaptations of S.E. Hinton's works (The Outsiders and Rumble Fish) and the romantic comedy Peggy Sue Got Married. The formers were stories of youngesters, told through the prism of youngsters themselves, while the latter is an image of the teenage life as seen by a person who has lived enough to adopt a specific cynism, but managed to retain a juvenile romanticism, thanks to which he can find the beauty in school years without over-exalting them at the same time.
The plot of Peggy Sue is centered around the eponymous heroine, played by Kathleen Turner, who faints at a high school reunion and wakes up not long before the graduation in the body of her 17 years-old self. Thus, she gets an opportunity to change the course of her life and particularly, to turn down the marriage proposal of her beau (Nicolas Cage), with whom she will be divorcing years later. Will she use this gift of fate? I'm sure we all know the answer...
I think it won't be a spoiler to say that Peggy Sue's journey is just a dream. It's explicitly obvious from the premise, and the mysteries inherent to time-travel stories like whether or not she will be back in her time aren't the part of the storyline. Coppola's interest lies mostly in the nostalgia for youth. All of us wanted, at least once in our lives, to go back in time and relive some events, using our current knowledges and life experience. Thereby, the movie itself could be summed up in just one word: fantasy. The ethereal nature of the story is highlighted by the work of the cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth who shoots through special filters which paint the movie with soft pastel colors and uses the lighting in a way to give the picture a slightly blurred, 'hazy' look. The first thirty minutes of Peggy Sue is one of the best film intros I've seen in quite some time. It's like an immersion into a dream which belongs to someone else, but nevertheless, feels like your own.
Unfortunately, this novelty fades away pretty quickly and the movie turns into a tiresome slog. Nevertheless, it's probably the most interesting (notice: not entertaining!) work Coppola has done since Apocalypse Now.
THE BLUE BIRD (1976) - 8/10 (2nd viewing)
In the mid-70s, during the Cold War, 20th Century Fox and Lenfilm joined forces in order to produce a film 'as part of the détente movement' and chose "The Blue Bird", a famous Maurice Maeterlinck's play, whose mass appeal and absence of political undertones, in their opinion, could make a great basis for a crowdpleasing family movie. Sadly, not all good intentions lead to good results, and an ambitious plan of two major studios ended up being a major dumpster fire.
The production troubles have begun almost immediately. Russians weren't well equipped technically, and since most of them couldn't speak English, producers were forced to hire translators who, eventually, failed the task to ensure a proper communication between two sides. One cinematographer was fired shortly after the filming began because he has never shot in color before and had no idea what he was doing. Composers were fighting over the score. The director George Cukor had a beef with producers. The actor James Coco couldn't eat the local food and soon, was replaced by George Cole. Jane Fonda harrassed Russian crew members with Karl Marx's passages. Elizabeth Taylor was abusing orange juice diluted with vodka and had to suffer from dysentheria and deshydration. And I can't decide what my favorite trivia bit is: the one where Cukor said to the Soviet studio boss how proud he is to work in the same studio where Eisenstein has made Battleship Potemkin, and the boss told him, 'Yes, and with the very same equippment' or the one where Cukor accused Cicely Tyson of trying to 'jinx' the production by using voodoo magic.
When the movie finally reached cinemas, it was universally panned by critics, got pitiful box-office revenue and immediatedly disappeared into obscurity, from where nobody still hasn't dug it yet. The movie has never been legally released in US, and its current IMDb score is 5.4 from 800 users.
For those of you who don't know the plot of the Maeterlinck's play, it's about a brother and a sister, called Tyltyl and Mytyl respectedly, who with the help of Light (Elizabeth Taylor plays literally the light) embark on a quest to find the Blue Bird of Happiness for a sick girl. Their journey includes visiting the castle of the Night (Jane Fonda), the mansion of Luxury (Ava Gardner) and the land of unborn children.
Even after reading this short summary you can tell how weird the film is and understand why it bombed. But wait till you see the movie itself! There are quite a few WTF-was-that moments, out of which human personifications of a dog, a cat, milk, sugar, trees, bread and water, in addition to light, the night and luxury, are the least strange ones.
Here lies the problem of The Blue Bird: it's a good movie which is too complicated for little kids and too silly for anyone older than ten. Its target audience – I guess – is loonies like me who are hungry for all kids of absurdist s—t but still capable to look past beyond the peculiarity and enjoy the movie in way it was supposed to be. Believe it or not, The Blue Bird is actually a very enjoyable fairy tale with a sweet message and wonderfully odd art direction. Some reviewers have lambasted the costumes and 'shoddy' sets, but believe me, they are fine. Especially, the sets. Some of them were made with the help of colored paper and papier-mâché, and so what? They look 100 times more pleasing and inventive than CGI porn of The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast.
I know no one here will even consider the possibility of watching this movie, but anyway, I'd recommend you to give it a chance. After all, it's a folly that Hollywood doesn't make anymore.
ANASTASIA (1997) - 6/10 (don't remember which viewing)
Pixar has made it nearly impossible for me to enjoy animation which wasn't produced by them. When you know how genre perfection looks like, it's hard to lower your standards and to find entertainment in inferior products like Anastasia. I don't want to say that this film is bad, but if you are spoiled by the strong dramaturgy of features like Toy Story 3, WALL-E and Up, you will have a difficulty to enjoy a hughely contrived plot here unless you stretch your suspension of disbelief to the size of the Trans-Siberian railway.
As you may know, Anastasia belongs to an alternative-history fiction and inspired by the story of Anna Anderson, an impostor who claimed to be a survived Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna, the youngest daughter of Nicholas II, the last Russian emperor. In this version, the evil Rasputin sells his soul to the devil and demolish the entire Nicholas's family by conjuring the Revolution in Russia. Anastasia and her grandma are the only ones who survive but they lose each other at a train station, and ten years later, Anastasia who suffers from amnesia and is called Anya, with the help of two con men goes from poverty-stricken USSR (the aspect our favorite mod will definitely like) to the glamorous Paris where resides the grandma. Anya her memories back, dudes wants money, Rasputin wakes up from death, and they all burst into songs every five minutes.
I know it's stupid on my part to accuse a princess cartoon to catering exclusively to 5 years-old girls but still, with a great premise like this, screenwriters could have come up with something more sophisticated than a story full of holes and ridiculous coincidences, or at least explain why Rasputin hates Nicholas so much. Anyway, even despite all its shortcomings, Anastasia is still a solid satisfying animated film with top-notch imagery. If anything, it will certainly induce you to read more about the Communist revolution, the Romanov family and Anna Anderson.
ANASTASIA (1956) - 6/10 (2nd viewing)
An opportunistic Russian businessman tries to pass a mysterious impostor as the Grand Duchess Anastasia. But she is so convincing in her performance that even the biggest skeptics believe her.
This is an ancestor of the 1997 animated film – the first fictionalized version 20th Century Fox did about Anna Anderson, the woman who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna, a Nicholas II's daughter who miraculously managed to survey the execution of her family. The title role brought Ingrid Bergman her second Oscar, but this fact didn't help Anastasia to avoid a complete oblivion. And it's easy to see why. I suppose the part of the movie's appeal in 1956 was in the fact that Anna Anderson was still alive, and nobody couldn't tell with 100% certainty if she's a liar or not. Nowadays, when the truth is well-known, the film looks like a charming, yet very dated and inconspicuous melodrama. Watch it only if you're an Oscar junkie or a Bergman fan.
When reviewing films like The Prince of Tides, A Star Is Born or The Mirror Has Two Faces, I was often making fun of Barbra Streisand's ego. So, if any of you wanted to know where her narcissism has come from, this Netflix documentary will give you an answer. She's an outstanding performer who owns the stage like no one else in the business, at least, among female artists. If I had her talent and majestic charisma, I would be a huge diva too.
The film is a recorded Miami show, made during Babs's latest concert tour. She sings songs and tells short stories from her life and career. My favorite one is about 'Evergreen' from A Star Is Born. Streisand said that in order to perform it in the movie, she had to learn to play the guitar, but in the end decided not to include that scene in the movie. Quote: 'I cut it out'. For those who didn't get the joke, A Star Is Born was produced by Streisand and her then-boyfriend Jon Pieters, who both infamously hijacked the production and got into a beef with the movie's actual director - Frank Pierson.
Streisand for me was always like Michael Jackson. I have their albums on my smartphone but rarely listen to them. Their music doesn't really appeal to me when I heard it in recording. However, seeing them performing it on stage is a different story. Thus, I had a pleasure watching this movie.
NUTS (1987) - 5/10
A campy potboiler starring Barbra Streisand as a first-rate prostitute who was accused of murdering one of her clients and now is fighting for the right to be recognized as mentally stable in order to face the trial. What can I say... In many aspects, it's an unremarkable courtroom mystery like the one Cher did that same year called Suspect, which I wrote about here a month or so ago and whose plot I already forgot. The one thing that distinguishes it from the pile of similar genre mediocrities is Barbra's nutty perfromance. She obviously had a blast with the role (her delivery of the line, 'I get four-hundred dollars for a straight lay, three-hundred for a hand job, and five-hundred for head. If you want to wear my panties, that's another hundred.' is pure gold). My favorite scene in the movie is the one where she asks Richard Dreyfuss's character if his wife gives a good head, and then does a Basic Instinct moment.
Steven, a charismatic surgeon, is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice after his life starts to fall apart, when the behavior of a teenage boy he has taken under his wing turns sinister.
'Unsetling', 'cruel', 'disturbing', 'feel-bad'… These are the words critics used to describe Yorgos Lanthimos's latest after the Cannes premiere. They were singing the false praises to some of the Competition titles and fooled good people like me into thinking that clunkers like Loveless, The Beguiled and Good Time are worth-watching, but regarding this one, they were honest.
I tell yah what folks: The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a merciless movie. Consider this: only twenty minutes into it, and I already got a feeling like somebody put small kettlebells on my eyelids. Have you ever tried to keep consciousness and ability to focus on something while being in the state of extreme exhaustion like you've been listening to Michael Bublé singing non-stop for the last 48 hours with Clockwork Orange's lid locks on your eyes? Seriously, this movie uses torture techniques that you would expect to see in South Korean concentration camps and not in a small-budget art-house picture. I'll admit my weakness: after the scene with Alicia Silverstone (yes, she's still alive and not retired), I paused it and went to take a nap. I just couldn't handle it anymore. Sorry.
The film's mercilessness consists not only in physical effects it has on your body, but in psychological ones as well. If you are sensitive and impressionable person, don't watch The Killing of a Sacred Deer! Save your mental health! Look, I've seen a lot of bone-chilling shit in my life, but hardly anything could be compared to checking out the runtime indicator after, seemingly, hours after listening to inanimate, ludicrous dialogues and unsuccesfully striving to find a meaning in the preposterous plot, and realizing that only three minutes have passed since the last time you did it and there's still more than an hour left.
This film has made me feel very bad. It turned my brains into a puddle. I literally could feel myself getting dumber with every passing scene. It was a very unpleasant experience which I don't want to repeat any time soon.
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2017.04.09 18:18 michaelnoir Barbra Streisand- "A Star Is Born (Evergreen)" (entered UK chart on the 9th of April 1977, peaked at No.3)

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2016.12.11 23:11 michaelnoir Barbra Streisand- Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") (entered US chart 11/12/76)

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2016.09.13 13:14 moonshound FULL LIST of Planned, Deleted and Unreleased Songs from Glee

Okay, so here's the list of all the songs that were planned, deleted or unreleased that we know of. I'm not counting the ones there were in the episode but didn't make the whole cut to be released as a full song (e.g. Revolution).
Next to each song there's a commentary about what is known about it.
UNSURE WHAT SEASON AND WHO WAS SUPPOSED TO SING IT Okay, this whole list is based on Glee Auction, where they put pictures of sheet from songs, and there were songs they didn't use either. HERE are only couple of songs from the promised 100+. So I went searching and someone HERE was swapping theirs with something else and they listed other songs too. But take this with grain of salt, it is not confirmed whether it was used just as a prop or not, because there were songs they performed too, and maybe some of them where props and some of them they were supposed to perform or performed/recorded.
Also there are other perks that were released by GleekOutBR for instance Out Here On My Own Rachel solo version. New York State of Mind Marley/Rachel solo versions. Defying Gravity from Season 5 Mercedes/Kurt/Rachel solo version. Then I Don't Want To Know Finn/Quinn solo version released via Karaoke Revolution.
It's just that that there are so many many many songs that we know and not know of, that could be easily released but they are not. I remember reading about the person who leaked graduation version of Seasons of Love, that they worked for radio or something and they found it there and there were couple of other unreleased songs too. And the fact that they later used Seasons of Love for 5x03 is even more emotional after listening to Graduation Version. Last time someone asked Alex if unreleased Glee songs could be someday released THIS was the answer and I'm just sad we may not ever get these songs.
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2015.09.21 05:38 YorjYefferson Barbra Streisand - Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born) [Dec 1976]

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2014.03.23 02:58 sarabande45 Barbra Streisand - Evergreen - 1976

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2011.01.28 22:26 Sharted Couples, what is "your song"?

Ours is Evergreen by Barbra Streisand. Apparently it was sung at our wedding.
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