Would even Linda Richman buy this CD? The thought of it gives me shpilkes in my genecktegessoink.
Streisand, Gibb Reunite After 25 Years
Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb hadn’t worked together in 25 years. But Gibb still knew the best way to express what Streisand was thinking — especially when it came to the war in Iraq.
The result was “Stranger in a Strange Land,” written by Gibb for Streisand’s new album, “Guilty Pleasures.”
“I loved the first stanza, because to me this war is kind of senseless, and I don’t know why we’re there,” Streisand told The Associated Press.
“Just the sadness of, we’re there, but don’t want to have those people in harm’s way, and yet we do have to support (the troops). It’s kind of painful, and I had always imagined just seeing footage of the troops, it’s like history repeating itself — here we are again. That was the meaning to me.”
Coming to a bargain bin at a Wal-Mart near you, “Guilty Pleasures” – Babs at her looniest, from Moonbat Records.
Oh dear, now I’m a little verklempt. Talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic – a Progressive Moderate is neither progressive nor moderate. Discuss!