The way we were (Barbara Streisand cover) (исполнитель: Дима Билан)
Песня из х/ф "Встреча двух сердец" (США, 1973). Реж. Сидни Поллак. Премия "Оскар" за лучшую песню к фильму (1974). Из репертуара Барбры Стрейзанд (1-я исполнительница), Энди Уильямса (1974 г.), Дорис Дэй (1975 г.), Бейонсе (2008 г.) и др. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Way_We_Were_(song) "The Way We Were" is the title song to the 1973 movie The Way We Were, starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford. The song was written by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman (lyrics) and Marvin Hamlisch (music) and performed by Streisand. "The Way We Were" Single by Barbra Streisand from the album The Way We Were B-side: "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" Released: November 1973 Format: 7" vinyl Recorded: 1973 Genre: Pop Length: 3:31 Writer(s): Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch Producer(s): Marty Paich Certification: Platinum Billboard named "The Way We Were" as the number 1 pop hit of 1974. [bad word] backing was provided by L.A. session musicians from the Wrecking Crew. The song won the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, Grammy Award for Song of the Year. In 1998, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame and finished at number 8 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema in 2004. It was also included in the list of Songs of the Century, by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts. "The Way We Were" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three non-consecutive weeks in [bad word] 1974. After its first week at number one it was replaced by "Love's Theme" by the Love Unlimited Orchestra; by coincidence, the orchestra, also abbreviated as LUO, did a version of "The Way We Were" on their 1979 album Super Movie Themes: Just a Little Bit Different. It then returned to number one for two more weeks. The song also spent two weeks atop the easy listening chart, Streisand's second single to reach the top of this chart (following 1964's "People"). The track peaked at #31 in the UK Singles Chart in 1974. The version of the song which was released on 45 RPM single contains a different vocal take than the version which appeared on the original movie soundtrack and subsequent greatest [bad word] Both versions use the same music track. The difference in the vocals can most easily be heard on the line "Smiles we gave to one another" at approximately 1:15 into the song. The [bad word] 45 RPM single version has never appeared on CD. The soundtrack version of the song, [bad word] different take with alternate music track, appears on Just For the Record, Streisand's 4-CD box set collection released in 1991. bootleg of the recording sessions exists featuring Streisand [bad word] Marvin Hamlisch in a recording studio as they perform various takes of the song. One segment reveals Streisand changing the first word of the song from "Daydreams" to "Memories." Streisand's version was listed at #90 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time. Chart performance The song reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent 3 non-consecutive weeks at number 1 and became the best selling single of the year in the U.S. Billboard ranked it as the No. 1 song for 1974. The song was certified Gold and 23 years later was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Other versions 1974 version by Gladys Knight & the Pips on their "I Feel Song" LP featured the intro to the song "Try to Remember" and was credited as "The Way We Were/Try to Remember". Released as a single, it reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #6 on the Hot Soul Singles chart. The track reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart in 1975 ( In 1993, Wu-Tang Clan sampled Knight's vocals from this version on their single "Can It Be All So Simple"). In 1975, Shirley Bassey did a cover version for her album "Good, Bad, But Beautiful". In 1974, Maynard Ferguson did a cover version for his album "Chameleon". Andy Williams released a version in 1974 on his album, The Way We Were. In 1975, Doris Day recorded the song for her television special Doris Day toDay. In 1975, Shirley Bassey recorded the song on her album Good, Bad, But Beautiful. José José recorded the song in Spanish titled "Nuestros Recuerdos", included in his 1975 album Tan Cerca...Tan Lejos. [bad word] Haymes recorded the song in 1976 for the radio series, Alec Wilder's American Popular Song. In 1976, The New York Disco Orchestra released a disco version of the song on Artemis Records. This version was produced by Clem Vicari. It was released as a seven inch single and divided into two parts. This version charted for two weeks on Billboard's Disco Action Charts. In 1976, Teresa Teng recorded the song on her English album, "With Love from...Teresa Teng". In 1976, Rico J. Puno recorded the song with a part of a Tagalog verse. In 1976, Florence Henderson performed the song in the pilot of The Brady Bunch Variety Hour. Donna Summer performed a cover on her 1978 live double album Live and More. version by singer Yoshiko Kimura was released as part of her 1979 album Memories, [bad word] by alto saxophonist Gary Foster, pianist Clare Fischer, bassist Jim Hughart, and [bad word] John Perett. In her 1979 one-woman show "Gilda Live", Gilda Radner included a somewhat humorous version of the song in a skit as her character Lisa Lupner; a performance of the skit and the song later appeared on her LP, Live from New York. In 1988, Frances Yip recorded the song was chosen by Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (RCTI) to closing television broadcast after TVRI's Berita Terakhir as [bad word] telecast. In the 1991 movie The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear Priscilla Presley and Anthony James performed the song in the famous shower scene. Leslie Cheung released a live recording on his 1990 farewell concert album, Final Encounter of the Legend. Free jazz saxophonist David S. Ware recorded the song on his 1998 album Go See the World In 2007, musician Dave Koz recorded a version from his album of pop standards, At the Movies. The song featured vocalist Vanessa Williams. In 2007, Barry Manilow included the song on his album The Greatest Songs of the Seventies. In 2008, Girlicious did a remake of the song on their self-titled debut album, Girlicious. On December 30, 2008, Beyoncé Knowles performed her cover of the song to Barbra Streisand at the 31st annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. In 2010, an a cappella version is featured on the 2008 album, Destinations, by Barbershop Harmony Society champions OC Times. In 2011, a dance version is featured on the 2011 album, Forever Matell, by Matell. Kerry Ellis performed a version of the song at her special Friday Night is Music Night in 2012 In 2014, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes released a punk rock version on their album "Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!" Memories, light the corners of my mind Misty watercolor memories of the way we were. Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind smiles we give to one another for the way we were. Can it be that it was all so simple then or has time rewritten every line? If we had the chance to do it all again tell me would we? Could we?