The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song (1979)

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A benefit concert for the UNICEF fund to kick off the U.N.'s Year of the Child, performed in the U.N. General Assembly Hall.

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Agnetha Fältskog ...
Song Performer "Chiquitita" (as ABBA)
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Song Performer "Chiquitita" (as ABBA)
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Song Peformer "Chiquitita" (as ABBA)
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Song Performer "Chiquitita" (as ABBA)
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Song Performer "Too Much Heaven" (as Bee Gees)
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Song Performer "Too Much Heaven" (as Bee Gees)
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Song Performer "Too Much Heaven" (as Bee Gees)
Andy Gibb ...
Song Performer "I Go For You" and "Rest Your Love On Me"
Rita Coolidge ...
Song Performer "Fallen Angels"
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Song Performer 'Rhymes & Reasons'
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Himself - Performer (song "September") (as Earth Wind & Fire)
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Himself - Performer (song "September") (as Earth Wind & Fire)
Freddie White ...
Himself - Performer (song "September") (as Earth Wind & Fire)
Ralph Johnson ...
Himself - Performer (song "September") (as Earth Wind & Fire)
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A benefit concert for the UNICEF fund to kick off the U.N.'s Year of the Child, performed in the U.N. General Assembly Hall.

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10 January 1979 (USA)  »

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A Gift of Song: The Music for UNICEF Concert  »

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ABBA: [singing] Chiquitita you and I know how the heartaches come and they go and the scars they're leaving, / You'll be dancing with once again and the pain will end, you will have no time for grieving.
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September
Written by Maurice White, Al McKay, Allee Willis
Performed by Earth Wind & Fire
Saggifire Music/Steelchest Music (ASCAP)
Irving Music/Ninth Music (BMI)
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The greatest show of the 70's
1 March 2005 | by (Bolivia) – See all my reviews

This was the first music TV special broad casted live around the world and most of the artist included on the LP record are famous since the day of their performance on that spectacular event. In my case (a Bolivian music lover) this was the very first "mega festival" I have ever seen, and it will be on my mind FOREVER. ¿When could I see The Music For Unicef Concert again, on DVD?. Top artists: The Bee Gees (amazing performance), Rod Stewart (best live version of "Da ya Think I'm Sexy?"), Earth Wind And Fire (excellent medley), Olivia Newton John and Andy Gibb (great duet), Donna Summer (lovely and touching song), ABBA ("Chiquitita" was a world wide hit thanks to this concert) and John Denver (who, since that day, was knew around the globe as one of the greatest Country Music idols).


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