A "happening" - if ever there was one - befell on June 17, 1967 in the sylvan setting of Central Park, led by the one and only Barbra Streisand. If you missed it or don't remember it, you can share the magic of this extraordinary concert with this videocassette - recorded in Hi-Fi and released by CBS/FOX in 1987 - which makes the event strangely intimate while this beloved superstar sings her heart out before 135,000 fans. The wide range of selections include "The Nearness of You,: "Down With Love," "Love is Like a New Born Child," "I Can See It" (from The Fantasticks), "Love is a Bore," "He Torched Me" (from Drat! The Cat), "I'm All Smiles," "Marty the Martian," "Natural Sounds," "Second Hand Rose," "People," "Silent Night" (so beautifully appropriate for this balmy evening), and "Happy Days Are Here Again" - at which point the crowd does not let her leave the stage. The cheers nearly overpower the recurring vamp played by the bountiful orchestra accompanying each of the curtain calls the audience demands. Among all of the stars that shone in the sky that night, Ms. Streisand was the brightest of them all! (Playing time=60 minutes)
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