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Guilty was released in 1980 and went on to become Barbra Streisands biggest selling album to date. Written and produced by Barry Gibb, the album went on to sell over 20 million units worldwide and was a seminal album for women everywhere. Now, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Guilty, Barbra once again teams up with Barry Gibb on this new album.
Barry Gibb has composed 10 new songs for the reunion album (he composed all 9 featured on Guilty), and duets with Streisand on 2 tracks. The album features a song written for Guilty, but never recorded before now called "Letting Go." The emotional and stunning vocal is a centrepiece of the album. Another track, "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away" was originally recorded by Andy Gibb.
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Well, in an answer – not quite – but full marks for trying. The truth is Guilty One (that’s what I call it now) is one of those albums that cannot and should not be improved on. It was released when Barbra was basking in the glory of her late 1970’s smash hits with Donna Summer and Neil Diamond, and found a new fan base with her movie ‘A Star Is Born’. On Guilty One, Barbra’s vocal performances on tracks like ‘Promises’ and ‘Make It Like A Memory’ (a personal favourite) have stood the test of time, and following the decline of disco music in 1979, The Bee Gees needed a voice and production that could showcase their musical abilities.
But what Guilty Too has accomplished is bringing two talents back together for the sheer enjoyment of each others company and appreciation of their talents.
Guilty Too has standout tracks, in particular ‘Stranger In A Strange Land’, giving Barbra one of her greatest vocal performances for some time. Her cover of ‘Our Love Don’t Throw It Away’ is outstanding and should have been pushed as a single. ‘Night Of My Life’ sees Barbra doing dance – yes dance! - Why surprised?Read more ›
That aside, I have nothing but praise for this album and at the moment the standout track, for me, is Our Love(Throwing it all away), call me old fashioned but these are songs you can sing along too and share with your partner. ENJOY!
At sixty-four Streisand is still sounding good. Most of the songs are written by Barry Gibb with two of his sons, Ashley and Stephen. The production, led by Barry Gibb, is of the usual high standard, and had to be, for in his biography `Barbra; The Way She Is', Christopher Andersen says that Streisand "once again demanded retake after retake after exhausting retake" in her quest for perfection. There are excellent and varied arrangements: for example, the laid back `It's up to You' leads into a disco `Night of My Life', before we then have a cocktail-baresque `Above the Law' and then an Andrew Lloyd Webber-sounding `Without Your Love'. But all of these are within a consistent overall soundworld.
Like the original album, there are two duets with Barry Gibb, the first `Come Tomorrow' is no `Guilty', but it has strengths nevertheless, whilst the other `Above the Law' has some wonderful lines, like "The end of my rainbow is outside your window". The Gibbs' good lyrical sense is also present in the opening of `Hideaway' and also in `Night of My Life'. The single `Stranger in a Strange Land' benefits from vocalised brass pulses, as does `All the Children'.Read more ›
Buying the first 'Guilty' album donkeys years ago I never believed it could be bettered, and I was right, but the sequel is not trying to better the first. In the words of Barry Gibb "We didn't want another Guilty, only to have some fun". Boy, once I realised this was not to be a clone of the first I listened with new ears, and do I love this album.
To be fair to these artists, whatever they did would be compared with the first album. If it was the same people would complain "It's just a copy of the first". If different they would complain "It's not like the original one".
Dammed if they did and dammed if they didn't.
Listen to it with new ears and you can immerse yourself in the delight that is the magic between them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another must have to your collection. In my opinion, not as good as Guilty, but you can't argue, Babs has a fantastic voice.Published 2 months ago by MeloMan
The original "Guilty" album is a popular masterpiece. Very difficult to live up to something like that and this album never achieves the same magic.Published 3 months ago by Mike
Purchased for a gift. An excellent album which I purchased some time ago. Barbra excels with her amazing partners.Published 7 months ago by Y. C. Barlow