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Proof that Barbra should stick to singing and forget politics...
BARBRA STREISAND had great stage presence and she proved it beyond doubt when she did this 1994 appearance in Anaheim, July 1994, Live at the Arrowhead Pond.
She goes through her repertoire of great song hits with class and elegance and a sense of rapport with her audience that includes a good sense of humor about herself. This is what she does best--performing in concert before a large audience of appreciative fans.
Missing are the kind of comments she's been making at recent concert appearances--the sort that have had hecklers urging her to get on with the songs instead of bashing George Bush. Pure concert is what we get here in this excellent video recorded twelve years ago when she was in fine voice.
Best of the numbers: DON'T RAIN ON MY PARADE, PEOPLE, EVERGREEN, THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY, YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS, MY MAN and SOMEWHERE.
A gem for Barbra's fans who really want to hear her sing and not talk politics.
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