Much-loved performer Liza Pulman releases an exciting Streisand EP to mark Barbara Streisand’s 79th birthday.
The album is an EP of her Liza Pulman Sings Streisand show, which has played to sold-out houses including London’s Cadogan Hall, Wilton’s Music Hall, The Other Palace and Lyric Theatre.
Now, audiences can hear six legendary songs from Liza and her band from the comfort of their own homes.
Liza is joined by the multi-award winning Brighouse And Rastrick Brass Band in two tracks on this remarkable EP, including “The Way We Were” and “Like You Don’t Bring Me Flowers”.
With all of these rereleased tracks, producer Chris Porter has breathed new life into the music with his loving remixing and remastering, with the only live recording on the EP being “A Sleepin’ Bee”.
While Liza never set up to impersonate Streisand you can certainly hear a little of Streisand in her voice in “Evergreen”. Listening to this soulful classic, it is clear how much of an impact Streisand’s relationship with line and sustained singing has had on Liza.
Also on the EP are “New York State Of Mind”, a magnificent duo between Liza and Rich Pardy on saxophone, and “The Way He Makes Me Feel” from Yentl by Michel Le Grand with lyrics by Alan and Marylin Bergman.
Liza Pulman is an acclaimed solo singer and comedienne and one third of the satirical comedy trio Fascinating Aida. Her career encompasses music, theatre, comedy, writing and presenting. Late 2021 and 2022 will see her touring again with Fascinating
Aida to major venues across the UK.
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