On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970)

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(Below): The front and back covers of the CLEAR DAY LP. Album scans by Kevin Schlenker.

Clear Day LP front cover

Back cover of CLEAR DAY LP

(Below): The “Clear Day” gatefold LP unfolded to reveal liner notes and photos inside...

Clear Day Gatefold

(Below: The CD cover of the Clear Day soundtrack)

Clear Day CD Cover


  1. Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here [2:58] *
  2. Main Title—On a Clear Day [2:27]
  3. Love with All The Trimmings [2:52] *
  4. Melinda [2:18]
  5. Go To Sleep [3:00] *
  6. He Isn't You [2:14] *
  7. What Did I Have That I Don't Have [5:58] *
  8. Come Back To Me [4:27]
  9. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) [2:48]
  10. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) [2:09] *

* Streisand vocals

About the Album

ad for Clear Day soundtrack album

On A Clear Day was restored and remastered on CD for the first time in October 1993 and part of Columbia Records' 11 Essential Barbra Streisand Releases. The master tapes were prepared for release by John Arrias (who put together the masters for Just For The Record). According to Columbia's publicity:

“The objective with each album was to restore the tapes to the quality of the original master recording. To do this in some cases, 30 years of noise had to be eliminated. John used his proprietary C.A.P. Noise Reduction System to eliminate hiss, distortion and noise. In each case great care was taken to maintain the integrity of the original albums.”

Columbia also recreated the packages using the original art or printing film.

The 1993 CD remaster sounded much better than the 1989 one. The first 1989 CD, probably taken from the original LP master, featured a lot of reverb on Streisand's vocals. Also, the "click" of Streisand's heels in "What Did I Have that I Don't Have" was much more pronounced on the 1989 disc.

scans of the 1989 CBS Special Products CD of ON A CLEAR DAY

Billboard Charts

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Here's the numbers for this Streisand album:

Note: The record company must submit an album to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) where it undergoes a certification process to become eligible for an award. The process entails an independent sales audit, which calculates the quantity of singles or albums shipped for sale, net after returns. The audit surveys shipments to the entire music marketplace, including retail, record clubs, television sales, Internet orders and other ancillary markets. Based on the certification of these shipments, a title is awarded Gold, Platinum, Multi-Platinum or Diamond status. The data here comes directly from official sources, mainly the RIAA online database.


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