People (Barbra Streisand album)

People1964 studio album of the same namePeople'' (Barbra Streisand album)
People is the title of Barbra Streisand's fourth solo studio album which was released in September 1964.wikipedia
62 Related Articles

Billboard 200

Billboard'' 200USBillboard'' Top LPs
The album became the first of Streisand's albums to hit #1 on the Billboard album chart, spending five weeks in the top spot; it was also certified Platinum.

I Am Woman (Barbra Streisand song)

I Am WomanYou Are Woman, I Am ManI Am Woman, You Are Man
# "I Am Woman" (Single Version) (Only issued on the European 2002 CD reissue) CDs released outside of the US and Canada include the bonus track "I Am Woman", previously issued on the B-side of the single "People".
The song was released for the first time on CD in 2002 as a bonus track on the non-US/Canada remastered editions of the album "People".

Peter Matz

Pete Matz
Grammy awards were also won for Best Accompaniment/Arrangement for Vocalist or Instrumentalist (Peter Matz); and Best Album Cover (Robert Cato and Don Bronstein)
He continued arranging and conducting on her next four albums and won a Grammy Award himself for her 1964 album, People.

Barbra Streisand

Barbara StreisandStreisandBarbra Striesand
People is the title of Barbra Streisand's fourth solo studio album which was released in September 1964.

National Recording Registry

United States National Recording RegistryLibrary of Congress's National Recording Registry2006 entry
In 2017, the album was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or artistically significant."

People (Barbra Streisand song)

People
CDs released outside of the US and Canada include the bonus track "I Am Woman", previously issued on the B-side of the single "People".

Album

studio albumlive albumtribute album
People is the title of Barbra Streisand's fourth solo studio album which was released in September 1964.

Broadway theatre

BroadwayBroadway musicalBroadway theater
The title track was a newly recorded version of the hit song from the Broadway musical Funny Girl in which Streisand starred.

Funny Girl (musical)

Funny Girleponymous stage musicalfuby
The title track was a newly recorded version of the hit song from the Broadway musical Funny Girl in which Streisand starred.

Billboard (magazine)

BillboardBillboard MagazineBillboard'' magazine
The album became the first of Streisand's albums to hit #1 on the Billboard album chart, spending five weeks in the top spot; it was also certified Platinum.

Music recording certification

goldplatinumCertifications
The album became the first of Streisand's albums to hit #1 on the Billboard album chart, spending five weeks in the top spot; it was also certified Platinum.

Library of Congress

The Library of CongressUnited States Library of CongressU.S. Library of Congress
In 2017, the album was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or artistically significant."

Oak Street Beach

The cover photo was taken by Don Bronstein at Chicago's Oak Street Beach in June 1963, when Streisand was in town for an engagement at Mister Kelly's nightclub.

Mister Kelly's

Mr. Kelly’s
The cover photo was taken by Don Bronstein at Chicago's Oak Street Beach in June 1963, when Streisand was in town for an engagement at Mister Kelly's nightclub.

Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

Best Female Pop Vocal PerformanceBest Pop Vocal Performance, FemaleBest Vocal Performance, Female
Barbra won the Best Vocal Performance, Female Grammy award for this album, her 2nd in this category and her 5th overall.

Grammy Award

GrammyGrammy AwardsGrammys
Grammy awards were also won for Best Accompaniment/Arrangement for Vocalist or Instrumentalist (Peter Matz); and Best Album Cover (Robert Cato and Don Bronstein) Barbra won the Best Vocal Performance, Female Grammy award for this album, her 2nd in this category and her 5th overall.

Cy Coleman

ColemanSeymour KaufmanThe Best Is Yet to Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman