Producers: David Foster, Barbra Streisand, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Nigel Wright.
Some Enchanted Evening (from "South Pacific") (3:54)
Everybody Says Don't (from "Anyone Can Whistle") (2:37)
The Music Of The Night (Duet With Michael Crawford) (from "The Phantom of the Opera") (5:37)
Speak Low (from "One Touch Of Venus") (4:10)
As If We Never Said Goodbye (from "Sunset Boulevard") (4:45)
Children Will Listen (from "Into The Woods") (4:09)
I Have A Love/One Hand One Heart (Duet With Johnny Mathis) (from "West Side Story") (4:45)
I've Never Been In Love Before (from "Guys And Dolls") (3:54)
Luck Be A Lady (from "Guys And Dolls") (3:32)
With One Look (from "Sunset Boulevard") (3:35)
The Man I Love (from "Lady, Be Good") (3:43)
Move On (from "Sunday In The Park With George") (5:27)
- "Some Enchanted Evening" was suggested to Barbra by her A&R man, Jay Landers. She heard Johnny Mandels' arrangement and she "absolutely adore(s) it now."
- "The Music Of The Night" was a reunion for Barbra and Michael Crawford. They had worked together 24 years earlier on "Hello, Dolly!"
- "One Hand One Heart" was originally intended for "The Broadway Album" but Barbra felt it was too short. So, she paired it with "I Have A Love" and made it a duet.
- Five Singles were released off of this album in the United States and in England. "Children Will Listen," "The Music Of The Night," "Speak Low," "As If We Never Said Goodbye," and "With One Look."
- "Children Will Listen" was released on a Promotional CD Single with a Spoken Intro Version and the Album Version.
- "The Music Of The Night" was released on a CD Single in an edited form in the UK. It was also released promotionally on a CD Single in the US with both the album version and the Edit version.
- "Speak Low" was released on a Promotional CD single in a shorter form.
- "As If We Never Said Goodbye" and "With One Look" were released exclusively in Europe.
- Unreleased tracks from this album include: "Make Our Garden Grow," "How Are Things In Glocca Morra?/The Heather On The Hill," "Moonfall," "Warm All Over," "A Funny Thing Happened On My Way To Love," and "On My Own." "Warm All Over" was released on "Just for the record..." in 1991.
- The album charted at Number 1 on the first week of release in June 1993 on the Billboard Music Charts.
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