Kristin Chenoweth - For the Girls

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Artist:   Kristin Chenoweth
Album Name:   For the Girls
Genre:   Pop
Tracks:   12
Relase Date:   27 September 2019
Country:   USA

For the Girls (Kristin Chenoweth) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.The Way We Were 3:24
2.You Don't Own Me (feat. Ariana Grande) 3:08
3.It Doesn't Matter Anymore 3:26
4.I Will Always Love You 3:22
5.What a Diff’rence a Day Makes 3:42
6.When I Fall in Love 3:33
7.Crazy 3:03
8.The Man That Got Away 3:59
9.I'm a Woman (feat. Jennifer Hudson & Reb.. 3:26
10.Will You Love Me Tomorrow 3:33
11.I Wanna Be Around 4:03
12.Desperado 3:43

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  • Temple Runner 123897
    2 stars
    Mixing. I usually don’t put reviews on here and I was sad that this is the first one I need to say some thing about. Let me start with I LOVE KRISTEN CHENOWETH! However the mixing and balance on the album is horrible. It’s like the vocals are fighting with the musical tracks for focus. In THE WAY WE WERE there is what I believe to be a rain effect that covers the entire second half of the song, a really loud orchestra and the Ms. Chenoweth’s vocals. My ears don’t know what to listen to. It would be great if they could make improvements and update the purchased recordings.
  • Kittyjohns
    5 stars
    You Hit It Outta the Ball Park!!!. Awesome Kristy!!
  • Ndbshevegdrct
    5 stars
    MUSICAL. I’M A THEATER GIRL AND THIS MUSICAL IS GOOD
  • BigEJFan
    2 stars
    Uninspired (and uninspiring). I like Chenoweth a lot, but the song selections and arrangements are atrocious. All of these songs have been done to death. And anyone who would dare cover “Desperado” has obviously never watched “Seinfeld.” 😋
  • DCA's Ipod, Itouch, Iphone:)
    5 stars
    Soothing. A nice change. Soothing.
  • joancrawford04
    1 stars
    Is this what it’s come to?. My gosh this is horrendous. She needs to go back to whatever she did before trying to sing other people’s songs.
  • Wesage
    5 stars
    Great as always. I love KC and have most of her albums. I think she has a fantastic voice and really knows how to sell a song. I understand that some people don't like her voice or style. Whatever. We all have our own tastes. I also love her acting chops and love a lot of stuff she's done. (Pushing Daisies is still a favorite) This album pays tribute to some great women of song. Starts off with Barbra Streisand's The Way We Were and then the fantastic duet with Ariana Grande in tribute to Leslie Gore (You Don't Own Me). It Doesn't Matter is a tribute to Eva Cassidy. I had to look her up. I may be listening to her stuff... she was good. I will Always Love You is a tribute to and a duet with Dolly Parton. Very cool. Also a big hit by Whitney Houston. What a Difference a Day Makes goes all the way back to Dinah Washington. When I Fall in Love was a hit by Doris Day, but also recorded by Karen Carpenter and I think Linda Rondstadt. She does a great version of Crazy in tribute to Patsy Cline. I enjoyed The Man That Got Away as her send off to Judy Garland. Then it is Peggy Lee's I'm A Woman that really soars with great help from Reba McIntyre and Jennifer Hudson. That one was fun. She includes Carole King's Will You Love Me Tomorrow and I Wanna Be Around from Edie Gorme. Desperado is a a tribute to Linda Rondstadt. Karen Carpenter also recorded that one. I mention her because she is my all time favorite female vocalist. So, I include her even if Kristin wasn't paying her tribute. This album fits in well with all her others that I play. Good listening.
  • arina grande reviews
    5 stars
    Amazing. This album is fire 🔥 I have listened to it so many times Ariana grande was amazing and so was dolly. I have never been so in love with an album before
  • Caegan
    3 stars
    Disappointing. Can't put my finger (or ear) on it, but something is different. KC is one of my favorites, and I bought the album w/o previewing because of that. Love some of the songs, but ... not her usual quality. I did love the duo and trio numbers.
  • bevisabroad
    1 stars
    Good grief NO. Tired uninspired music...her beautiful voice can’t save this mess of an album. Disappointing on every level.
  • Zane Michaels
    5 stars
    Sing the song, honey!. No doubt the lady has a beautiful, well trained voice. She manages to control her voice in perfect pitch. I love it! Not sure where the bad reviews are coming from? She tears up Desparado (one of my favorites), and thought she blended well with Dolly. I am going back to buy the whole album. I buy very few full albums!!!
  • Randy Bawls
    1 stars
    Ouch!. Every songwriter of these songs should demand an immediete apology! Especially Dolly! I'm surprised she didn't walk off in the middle of recording her beautiful song.
  • kanakapono
    5 stars
    Kristin Chenoweth pays tribute to Iconic Songstresses. Kristin Chenoweth in all her splendor. With her pitch perfect, dramatic vocals, Diva Chenoweth pays tribute to some of the most Iconic Female Singers of all time. It’s a tribute of love that breathes new life into these gems. Guest vocalists such as Legend herself, Reba McIntyre and Jennifer Hudson adds a touch of whimsy and soul. This is a gem.
  • Grant Sanderson
    5 stars
    Crying. This album gives me nostalgia! I love everything about this!!!!!
  • cheerk711
    5 stars
    QUEEN IS BACK. Broadway star. Movie star. MUSIC QUEEN 👸 on fireeee 🔥 🔥
  • Amber (Sara)
    1 stars
    Nope. Sorry but Grace’s version with G-Eazy, even though I hate him, is 10X better than this garbage.
  • drswa35
    4 stars
    Recycled. But the talent is there. Arianna grande was great though. I think Kristen is great however all these songs have been done to death. Bette milder just released the same concept years ago. Doesn’t anyone have agents or managers to guide people like the good ole days.
  • MGKs BF
    5 stars
    Amazing!!!. 🔥🔥🔥🔥
  • Ediedi
    5 stars
    Love this album. Love it!!!
  • Rebafan2010
    5 stars
    PERFECTION. Who is surprised?! All these women have all the boys sitting down and taking notes....
  • Babylowry
    5 stars
    Such a wonderful voice. I heard the preview on XM - On Broadway and was so excited not only to hear you singing but to hear the stories behind the music you selected. Also, you really show off your vocal talent on this CD, I hope you are already working on another selection just like this one.
  • melissag1212
    1 stars
    Just no. What on earth did I just listen to? Horrible!
  • mjk168
    5 stars
    For the Girls. another HOME RUN by Kristin absolutely beautiful!!!!
  • Natch!!!
    1 stars
    Yuck. This version tops em all as the worse thus far 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼
  • luvzkev
    5 stars
    ❤️. Her voice goes with these classics .... love the way we were...
  • OnlySethDavis
    1 stars
    Rough vocals. Some of these vocals are so bad that I laughed. Why try to over sing dolly like that? Made a fool of yourself lol
  • AP craz
    5 stars
    The richest voice out there. Love you K. This albums is for the girls and Goyls!
  • chrisinsimivalley
    5 stars
    yes. love this cd love all her cds
  • SONGMAN5
    5 stars
    KRISTEN CHENOWETH IS FANASTIC SINGER !. KRISTEN CHENOWETH IS FANSATIC SINGER and teaming up with DOLLY's I Will Always Love You sounds amazing, by two of the greatest singers. Dolly, also wrote this amazing song, that was previously recorded by Whitney Houston. I look forward for the rest of the alblum to be released and I reccomend all to buy. I will I could rate higher I would give It a 10 Plus.
  • J. Rev
    5 stars
    YES!!!. Kristin and Dolly- absolutely yes!
  • jmstonge
    1 stars
    No Just NO!!. Worst song I ever heard! Why??!!
  • Adriana M. Hillstrom
    1 stars
    WTH?. She’s old dang. Not a very good voice. She’s okay but have a bit more respect for yourself.
  • JonathanLrObSoN
    5 stars
    Jaksdksjajsjsjdjd. Yeasss!! I’m sooooo excited for this album! It’s gonna be 🔥🔥🔥🔥
  • Temple Runner 123897
    2 stars
    Mixing. I usually don’t put reviews on here and I was sad that this is the first one I need to say some thing about. Let me start with I LOVE KRISTEN CHENOWETH! However the mixing and balance on the album is horrible. It’s like the vocals are fighting with the musical tracks for focus. In THE WAY WE WERE there is what I believe to be a rain effect that covers the entire second half of the song, a really loud orchestra and the Ms. Chenoweth’s vocals. My ears don’t know what to listen to. It would be great if they could make improvements and update the purchased recordings.
  • Kittyjohns
    5 stars
    You Hit It Outta the Ball Park!!!. Awesome Kristy!!
  • Ndbshevegdrct
    5 stars
    MUSICAL. I’M A THEATER GIRL AND THIS MUSICAL IS GOOD
  • BigEJFan
    2 stars
    Uninspired (and uninspiring). I like Chenoweth a lot, but the song selections and arrangements are atrocious. All of these songs have been done to death. And anyone who would dare cover “Desperado” has obviously never watched “Seinfeld.” 😋
  • DCA's Ipod, Itouch, Iphone:)
    5 stars
    Soothing. A nice change. Soothing.
  • joancrawford04
    1 stars
    Is this what it’s come to?. My gosh this is horrendous. She needs to go back to whatever she did before trying to sing other people’s songs.
  • Wesage
    5 stars
    Great as always. I love KC and have most of her albums. I think she has a fantastic voice and really knows how to sell a song. I understand that some people don't like her voice or style. Whatever. We all have our own tastes. I also love her acting chops and love a lot of stuff she's done. (Pushing Daisies is still a favorite) This album pays tribute to some great women of song. Starts off with Barbra Streisand's The Way We Were and then the fantastic duet with Ariana Grande in tribute to Leslie Gore (You Don't Own Me). It Doesn't Matter is a tribute to Eva Cassidy. I had to look her up. I may be listening to her stuff... she was good. I will Always Love You is a tribute to and a duet with Dolly Parton. Very cool. Also a big hit by Whitney Houston. What a Difference a Day Makes goes all the way back to Dinah Washington. When I Fall in Love was a hit by Doris Day, but also recorded by Karen Carpenter and I think Linda Rondstadt. She does a great version of Crazy in tribute to Patsy Cline. I enjoyed The Man That Got Away as her send off to Judy Garland. Then it is Peggy Lee's I'm A Woman that really soars with great help from Reba McIntyre and Jennifer Hudson. That one was fun. She includes Carole King's Will You Love Me Tomorrow and I Wanna Be Around from Edie Gorme. Desperado is a a tribute to Linda Rondstadt. Karen Carpenter also recorded that one. I mention her because she is my all time favorite female vocalist. So, I include her even if Kristin wasn't paying her tribute. This album fits in well with all her others that I play. Good listening.
  • arina grande reviews
    5 stars
    Amazing. This album is fire 🔥 I have listened to it so many times Ariana grande was amazing and so was dolly. I have never been so in love with an album before
  • Caegan
    3 stars
    Disappointing. Can't put my finger (or ear) on it, but something is different. KC is one of my favorites, and I bought the album w/o previewing because of that. Love some of the songs, but ... not her usual quality. I did love the duo and trio numbers.
  • bevisabroad
    1 stars
    Good grief NO. Tired uninspired music...her beautiful voice can’t save this mess of an album. Disappointing on every level.
  • Zane Michaels
    5 stars
    Sing the song, honey!. No doubt the lady has a beautiful, well trained voice. She manages to control her voice in perfect pitch. I love it! Not sure where the bad reviews are coming from? She tears up Desparado (one of my favorites), and thought she blended well with Dolly. I am going back to buy the whole album. I buy very few full albums!!!
  • Randy Bawls
    1 stars
    Ouch!. Every songwriter of these songs should demand an immediete apology! Especially Dolly! I'm surprised she didn't walk off in the middle of recording her beautiful song.
  • kanakapono
    5 stars
    Kristin Chenoweth pays tribute to Iconic Songstresses. Kristin Chenoweth in all her splendor. With her pitch perfect, dramatic vocals, Diva Chenoweth pays tribute to some of the most Iconic Female Singers of all time. It’s a tribute of love that breathes new life into these gems. Guest vocalists such as Legend herself, Reba McIntyre and Jennifer Hudson adds a touch of whimsy and soul. This is a gem.
  • Grant Sanderson
    5 stars
    Crying. This album gives me nostalgia! I love everything about this!!!!!
  • cheerk711
    5 stars
    QUEEN IS BACK. Broadway star. Movie star. MUSIC QUEEN 👸 on fireeee 🔥 🔥
  • Amber (Sara)
    1 stars
    Nope. Sorry but Grace’s version with G-Eazy, even though I hate him, is 10X better than this garbage.
  • drswa35
    4 stars
    Recycled. But the talent is there. Arianna grande was great though. I think Kristen is great however all these songs have been done to death. Bette milder just released the same concept years ago. Doesn’t anyone have agents or managers to guide people like the good ole days.
  • MGKs BF
    5 stars
    Amazing!!!. 🔥🔥🔥🔥
  • Ediedi
    5 stars
    Love this album. Love it!!!
  • Rebafan2010
    5 stars
    PERFECTION. Who is surprised?! All these women have all the boys sitting down and taking notes....
  • Babylowry
    5 stars
    Such a wonderful voice. I heard the preview on XM - On Broadway and was so excited not only to hear you singing but to hear the stories behind the music you selected. Also, you really show off your vocal talent on this CD, I hope you are already working on another selection just like this one.
  • melissag1212
    1 stars
    Just no. What on earth did I just listen to? Horrible!
  • mjk168
    5 stars
    For the Girls. another HOME RUN by Kristin absolutely beautiful!!!!
  • Natch!!!
    1 stars
    Yuck. This version tops em all as the worse thus far 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼
  • luvzkev
    5 stars
    ❤️. Her voice goes with these classics .... love the way we were...
  • OnlySethDavis
    1 stars
    Rough vocals. Some of these vocals are so bad that I laughed. Why try to over sing dolly like that? Made a fool of yourself lol
  • AP craz
    5 stars
    The richest voice out there. Love you K. This albums is for the girls and Goyls!
  • chrisinsimivalley
    5 stars
    yes. love this cd love all her cds
  • SONGMAN5
    5 stars
    KRISTEN CHENOWETH IS FANASTIC SINGER !. KRISTEN CHENOWETH IS FANSATIC SINGER and teaming up with DOLLY's I Will Always Love You sounds amazing, by two of the greatest singers. Dolly, also wrote this amazing song, that was previously recorded by Whitney Houston. I look forward for the rest of the alblum to be released and I reccomend all to buy. I will I could rate higher I would give It a 10 Plus.
  • J. Rev
    5 stars
    YES!!!. Kristin and Dolly- absolutely yes!
  • jmstonge
    1 stars
    No Just NO!!. Worst song I ever heard! Why??!!
  • Adriana M. Hillstrom
    1 stars
    WTH?. She’s old dang. Not a very good voice. She’s okay but have a bit more respect for yourself.
  • JonathanLrObSoN
    5 stars
    Jaksdksjajsjsjdjd. Yeasss!! I’m sooooo excited for this album! It’s gonna be 🔥🔥🔥🔥

Kristin Chenoweth - For the Girls Album Wiki

Kristin Dawn Chenoweth (; born Kristi Dawn Chenoweth, July 24, 1968) is an American actress and singer, with credits in musical theatre, film and television. In 1999, she won a Tony Award for her performance as Sally Brown in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown on Broadway. In 2003, she received wide notice for originating the role of Glinda in the musical Wicked, including a nomination for another Tony. Her television roles have included Annabeth Schott in NBC's The West Wing and Olive Snook on the ABC comedy-drama Pushing Daisies, for which she won a 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Chenoweth also starred in the ABC TV series GCB in 2012. Chenoweth sang gospel music as a child in Oklahoma and studied opera before deciding to pursue a career in musical theatre. In 1997, she made her Broadway debut in Steel Pier, winning a Theatre World Award. Besides You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown and Wicked, Chenoweth's stage work includes five City Center Encores! productions, Broadway's The Apple Tree in 2006, Promises, Promises in 2010 and On the Twentieth Century in 2015, as well as Off-Broadway and regional theatre productions. Chenoweth had her own sitcom, Kristin, in 2001, and has guest-starred on many shows, including Sesame Street and Glee, for which she was nominated for Emmy Awards in 2010 and 2011. In films, she has played mostly character roles, such as in Bewitched (2005), The Pink Panther (2006) and RV (2006). She has played roles in made-for-TV movies, such as Descendants (2015); done voice work in animated films such as Rio 2 (2014) and The Peanuts Movie (2015) along with the animated TV series Sit Down, Shut Up; hosted several award shows; and released several albums of songs, including A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas (2008), Some Lessons Learned (2011), Coming Home (2014), The Art of Elegance (2016) and For the Girls (2019). Chenoweth also penned a 2009 memoir, A Little Bit Wicked..