The program on the Prague concert includes many classic standards which Vaughan had recorded throughout her extended career. Feeling comfortable with her musicians and repertoire, she displays both her monumental vocal range and expressiveness, and a strong chemistry and communication with her audience. With Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford", Vaughan pays homage to the late Clifford Brown, with whom she had recorded one of her most beautiful albums in 1954. Vaughan was also a competent piano player (she was the second pianist with the Earl Hines orchestra in 1943), and on "Once in a While" she can be heard both playing and singing. The concert ends with a fast and amazing blues featuring Vaughan scatting and trading fours with Reed's horn.