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Till I Loved You

4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 1 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony/Columbia
  • ASIN: B0000026CR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #121,347 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Places You Find Love
2. On My Way To You
3. Till I Loved You
4. Love Light
5. All I Ask Of You (From The Phantom Of The Opera)
6. You and Me For Always
7. Why Let It Go?
8. Two People
9. What Were We Thinking Of
10. Some Good Things Never Last
11. One More Time Around

Product Description

1988 album w/ duet with Don Johnson

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Format: Audio CD
I'm a typical fan of BS, but that doesn't make me aprtial. I know thsi is NO masterpiece by all means, but it's a nice efford the the best cd she had cut sine the mid 60's. This cd is a good pop album, nothing too artistic, but it's not as shallow as many of her other more commercial releases from this perios. A ncie album, with a nice flow of song.
Bottom line: Don't go out of your way to acquire this, but if you are a FAN-atic of Barbara's, go ahead and indulge yourself, in one more slightly better then mediocor releASE
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Reading previous comments I could do anything else but totally disagree! To me, a BS fan since Giulty album, "till I loved you" is one of the best albums from the queen of music. It deeply signs the change of style in Barbra's music...from the late 70s melodies to a more mature research of sound. I love this album for what it has to say....Lady Streisand at the top!!
Well worthing buying it! believe me.
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great condition-just what I wanted
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c7b7cd4) out of 5 stars She Just Keeps Getting Better!!! July 26 2002
By David A. Preiser - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Barbra Streisand Sounds Wonderful On This Cd! The Title Track Is One Of Her Best Duets(Even With Don Johnson)!! The Songs By Burt Bacharach & Carole Bayer-Sager Are Magical! This Cd Also Contains Barbra's Glorious Version Of "All I Ask Of You", A Perfect Song For The Perfect Singer! It Make One Wonder What She Could Have Done With A Great Song Like "Someone Like You" From The Musical Jekyll& Hyde? Maybe We'll Find Out If She Does Another Broadway Cd! Thanks Once Again Barbra!! Love Ya-David
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c3d3db0) out of 5 stars Much better than it's reputation. June 10 2003
By Det. Abilene - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I would actually give this poorly-received album three-and-a-half stars. Barbra's third, and last, contemporary pop album of the eighties naturally can't compare to GUILTY, her pop masterpiece. However, TILL I LOVED YOU is much better than the dreadfully uneven EMOTION, her pop disaster. Even though there are six producers credited for the album's 11 tracks, the whole recording sounds remarkably solid and cohesive for a pop outing. The songs, while nothing groundbreaking, are also significantly stronger than those on EMOTION. The material makes better use of Streisand's voice, and it all sounds appropriate for her - you never get the feeling that she's slumming.

The ever-faithful Bergmans provide lyrics to three standout selections, with music by Michael Lengrand ("On My Way To You"), Alan Hawkshaw ("Why Let Go?"), and Streisand herself ("Two People"). The Bergmans are possibly the best lyricists to write for Barbra's phenomenal phrasing, and while these songs may not rank among their very best, they are all quite good. While I don't necessarily care for his plays in their entirety, I will admit that Andrew Lloyd Webber has written some terrific theatrical, pseudo-pop songs. Taken from THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, "All I Ask Of You" is one of Webber's best, and Barbra's beautifully understated rendition is the definitive performance of the song.

I love many of Burt Bacharach's compositions with Hal David in the sixties, but I'm not usually a very big fan of his more generic work with Carole Bayer Sager. However, the trio of songs written and produced by Bacharach and Singer ("Love Light," "You And Me For Always," and "One More Time Around") are pleasantly melodic and not as saccharine as the majority of the couple's material. The Quincy Jones-produced "The Places You Find Love" may be typically overproduced, but Barbra's commanding, soulful performance still shines through.

The songs submitted by relatively unknown writers (Scott Cutier and Antonina Armato's "What Were We Thinking Of" and Mark Radice's "Some Good Things Never Last") are also perfectly fine. The track that unarguably gets the most criticism is the hit Don Johnson duet "Till I Loved You" (#25 Pop, #3 Adult Contemporary), which was taken from Mark Yeston's ill-fated musical GOYA. However, the collaboration has held up surprisingly well, and I respect the duo for choosing a song that is a bit more sophisticated than the typical pop duet.

Despite the negative reviews it received from critics, TILL I LOVED YOU was yet another Top Ten, Platinum album for Streisand, and in many ways it plays better today than it did when originally released. Even though it doesn't contain anything that she hasn't done better before, TILL I LOVED YOU is still a perfectly good album that most of Streisand's fans will probably enjoy.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c643edc) out of 5 stars I Love the Don/Barbra duet July 8 2000
By Bob Waskiewicz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I think Don Johnson's singing is fantastic on "Till I loved you."Don doesn't try to out sing Barbra,who can?Why do people keep putting down this great duet? I'm still not tired of this song,and it was a top twenty hit in billboard."The Places you find Love," has everybody famous singing backup for Barbra. I really enjoyed this CD ,but the Don Johnson,Barbra Streisand duet is my favorite.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c3d0a2c) out of 5 stars Very simply, a masterpiece. June 2 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
OK, let me say it from the start, I'm prejuidiced, I'm the hugest Streisand fan ever, everyone else step aside, I've got my tix to see her in Vegas-- she is our greatest-ever singer, and every album is absolutely the greatest. But this pop album "Till I Loved You" stands several notches above perhaps all her other "pop" albums-- and eleven years later rings true, still clearly shows why she is our greatest singer ever-- and why without any question at all we will pay thousands of dollars to hear her sing her songs. Barbra Streisand is simply the greatest ever.Every song here is a treasure, that only Barbra could sing-- and only Barbra could express such emotion and passion in these songs. From the optimism of "The Places You Find Love" to the heartbreaking "Why Let It Go"-- with every note Barbra shows us exactly why she is our wonderful magnificent treasure forever and ever. A treasure that never will be equaled from now until the end of time. This album and "The Broadway Album" are the two albums that no one who truly loves music should ever be without. Barbra, see you in Vegas New Year's Eve!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ce5bcc0) out of 5 stars Barbra/Don duet is outstanding! Sept. 26 2001
By Misty Jones - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge fan of Don Johnson and I think he is a terrific singer. I also envy Barbra because she has the most beautiful voice I have ever heard. I think they sound really great together and I don't see how some people can talk about Don that way like he is trash or something like that because he isn't. He is very good looking and has a wonderful voice, and to me that is talent. I think Barbra and Don did an excellent job on this single and nobody could have done it better. Thank you. I love you Don! Great job Barbra!