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Though she was in her twenties the last time she performed in such Greenwich Village clubs as the Bon Soir, the Blue Angel and the Lion, Barbra Streisand proved that she's still as talented as ever this past weekend.

The turn of her head on a sustained note and those signature fingers through her hair were all there when the 67-year-old award-winning actress, singer and director, took to the stage of the Village Vanguard on Sept. 26 to offer fans a once in a lifetime opportunity to witness her perform again in an intimate nightclub setting.

While only a handful of lucky friends and fans were among ticket holders for the intimate Vanguard concert, Streisand has made videos from the evening available on AOL Music and on her official website. Fans have the chance to watch her performances of "Here's to Life," "If You Go Away," "Make Someone Happy," "Some Other Time" and "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning." All of the songs are also featured on her new album "Love Is the Answer," which is available in record stores today.

Babs at the Vanguard performs "Here's to Life" on Sept. 26, 2009.

And here's a look at a 19-year-old Streisand in 1961 during her nightclub heyday on "The Jack Parr Show" performing "A Sleepin' Bee."

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