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Kaye Ballard - Kaye Ballard Sings Fanny Brice

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Kaye Ballard Sings Fanny Brice

By Kaye Ballard

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A Review:

A gorgeous collection of Brice rarities superbly rendered by Miss Ballard. The orchestrations are authentic-sounding and very well recorded with that mid-1950s, just-before-stereo sound. Miss Ballard's knows exactly how to put the numbers over, both ballads and knockabout comedy and gives you a real sense of Fanny Brice's performance style, with none of the Streisand mannerisms which, though delightful, are more Barbra than Fanny. She has a full, open-throated belting style very reminiscent of Judy Garland during the same era. My favourite tracks are the straight/dialect takes on Rose of Washington Square ('I got no future/ But, oy, what a past!'), the sweat-shop lament Song of the Sewing Machine and the hilarious Sheik of Avenue B ('His hugs and kisses scare 'em, He don't spare 'em/You should see his Hebrew harem!'). A classic.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Overture
  2. I'm An Indian
  3. Rose Of Washington Square
  4. Becky Is Back At The Ballet
  5. When You Know Your Not Forgotten
  6. Oh How I HateThat Fellow Nathan
  7. My Man
  8. The Sheik Of Ave. B.
  9. Song Of The Sewing Machine
  10. Second Hand Rose
  11. Ain't That The Way
  12. Lovie Joe


Product details

  • Audio CD (March 22, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Original Cast Record
  • ASIN: B000004CP4

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