I re-watched the 1976 Holland Concert this morning. It's a mixed bag for me: But, what is consistently the highlight of the show--taking everything into consideration-- is the voice of Karen Carpenter. But, again...we begin with Richard , and segue to Karen, then to Don't Be Afraid (At 8:40, in what seems to be a much higher key ?) segue to Sing (beautifully sung) and over five minutes of "audience" participation. The Grease Medley, and all that, consumes eight minutes (at least), onward (after more of Richard/piano and Karen/drums, separately) to the finale...Hits Medley. Of the hits finale, easily the start of the Medley--Close To You-- is performed beautifully...slow, clear and with grace. So, when all is said and done, Karen's voice saves the day, elevates the entire concert. In parting: While Karen is thin in this concert, Richard is thinner. A bit perplexing, there, visually.