My Name Is Barbra, Two... is the second of two studio album tie-ins to Barbra Streisand's debut television special, My Name Is Barbra, which first aired on April 28, 1965.
"My Name Is Barbra, Two..." was released in October, 1965 to coincide with the rebroadcast of the special on CBS.
The Medley (Track 11) is the only music from the show, and the other tracks newly recorded for the album.
Streisand remembers in Just For The Record: "'Second Hand Rose' became part of a tongue-in-cheek fantasy sequence which was shot at Bergdorf Goodman's...And thanks to people I loved and loved working with—Joe Layton, Dwight Hemion, Peter Matz, Robert Emmett, Tom John, and, of course, Marty—I was able to realize my dream."
- "He Touched Me" (Ira Levin, Milton Schafer)
- "The Shadow of Your Smile" (Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster)
- "I Got Plenty of Nothin'" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
- "Quiet Night" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
- "All That I Want" (Francine Forest, Neil Wolfe)
- "How Much of the Dream Comes True" (John Barry, Trevor Peacock)
- "Second Hand Rose" (Grant Clarke, James F. Hanley)
- "The Kind of Man a Woman Needs" (Michael Leonard, Herbert Martin)
- "Where's That Rainbow" (Hart, Rodgers)
- "Medley: Second Hand Rose/Give Me the Simple Life/I Got Plenty of Nothin'/Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?/Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out/Second Hand Rose/The Best Things in Life Are Free"