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Barry Manilow

In terms of record sales and career longevity, Barry Manilow is one of the most successful adult contemporary singers ever. That success hasn't necessarily translated to respect (or even ironic hipster appreciation) in most quarters; instead, Manilow's music has been much maligned by critics and listeners alike, particularly the romantic ballads that defined his career, which were derided as maudlin schlock even during his heyday. It's true that Manilow's taste for swelling choruses and lush arrangements often bordered on bombastic, but unlike many of his MOR peers, Manilow wasn't aiming to make smooth, restrained background music: he conceived of himself as a pop entertainer and all-around showman in the classic mold, and his performances and stage shows were accordingly theatrical.

Manilow dominated pop music during the latter half of the '70s like few other performers, spinning off a long series of hit singles (including 13 number one hits on the adult contemporary charts) and platinum albums that essentially made the Arista label. When the well began to run dry in the early '80s, he branched out into other genres. No longer a superstar expected to deliver blockbuster hits, Manilow was free to explore his long-held taste for swing, pop standards, and Broadway show tunes, which dominated his albums from the mid-'80s on. He continued to record steadily during the following decades, and his popularity never completely eroded, as evidenced by the number three chart debut of his 2002 greatest-hits package, Ultimate Manilow, and the number one peak of his 2006 covers album, Greatest Songs of the Fifties.

Barry Manilow was born Barry Alan Pincus on June 17, 1943, in Brooklyn, and grew up in its low-income Williamsburg section. His father left the family when Barry was two, and he eventually adopted his mother's maiden name of Manilow. He began playing piano and accordion at age seven, and following high school, he was accepted to the prestigious Juilliard School of Music, which he paid for by working in the CBS mail room. From there, he became musical director of the CBS show Callback, and supported himself for the next few years by writing, producing, and performing advertising jingles (including high-profile campaigns for State Farm, Dr. Pepper, McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and others).

In 1971, he met Bette Midler, who hired him as her pianist, arranger, and musical director; he served as her accompanist on her legendary pre-fame tour of New York City's gay bathhouses, masterminded her first two albums (1972's The Divine Miss M and its self-titled follow-up), and debuted some of his original material at her Carnegie Hall show in the summer of 1972. Thanks to his gig with Midler, Manilow was able to land a record deal of his own with the fledgling Bell label, and his debut album, Barry Manilow I, was released in 1973. It didn't sell very well, and when Bell became Arista, label head Clive Davis asked Manilow to record a pop tune called "Brandy," which had been a U.K. hit for its co-writer, Scott English. Manilow changed the song into a ballad and changed the title to "Mandy" (to avoid confusion with the Looking Glass hit "Brandy [You're a Fine Girl]"); released on 1974's Barry Manilow II, "Mandy" became a number one hit early the next year. The Broadway-esque follow-up, "It's a Miracle," hit the Top 20, and a re-release of the Chopin-adapted ballad "Could It Be Magic" (from the first album) hit the Top Ten.

With his career thus established, Manilow recorded an even stronger follow-up album in 1975's Tryin' to Get the Feeling. "I Write the Songs" (ironically, written by Beach Boys sideman Bruce Johnston) became his second number one pop hit in early 1976, and with the title track also hitting the Top Ten, the album went triple platinum. Manilow consolidated his emerging stardom with This One's for You, released toward the end of the year; it produced hits in the title track, the Top Ten "Weekend in New England," and the number one "Looks Like We Made It." In 1977, Manilow released the concert double-LP Live, which became his first and only number one album, as well as his biggest hit with sales of over four million copies. The same year, he won an Emmy for his first prime-time special on ABC (aptly titled The Barry Manilow Special); the network would air Manilow specials for the next several years. Even Now was another triple-platinum success in 1978; "Can't Smile Without You," the disco-tinged "Copacabana," and "Somewhere in the Night" all hit the Top Ten, with the first two marking a departure from Manilow's typical reliance on ballads for his hits.

The first signs that Manilow's run of success was in jeopardy came on 1979's One Voice, which -- although it sold well and produced a Top Ten hit in an unlikely cover of former Mott the Hoople frontman Ian Hunter's "Ships" -- didn't have the same consistency of craftsmanship as its predecessors. Released in 1980, Barry spawned Manilow's last Top Ten hit, "I Made It Through the Rain"; though he remained a massively popular international touring act, and continued to place hits on the adult contemporary charts for a few more years, the prime of his pop success was over. In 1984, Manilow officially changed direction, recording an album of swinging, jazzy originals called 2:00 A.M. Paradise Café; it featured jazz greats like Mel Tormé, Sarah Vaughan, Shelly Manne, and Gerry Mulligan. Subsequent ventures like 1987's Swing Street, 1991's Showstoppers, 1994's Singin' with the Big Bands, and 1998's Manilow Sings Sinatra all explored various facets of swing, vocal jazz, and traditional pop. In addition, Manilow's stage musical Barry Manilow's Copacabana: The Musical premiered in 1994, and continued to tour the U.S. and U.K.; another musical, Harmony, was premiered in 1999.

Manilow's long relationship with Arista ended when he signed to the jazz-oriented Concord label, for which he debuted in late 2001 with the concept album Here at the Mayflower, which continued his evolution into a pre-rock/pop stylist. Manilow began to reenter the wider public eye in 2002, performing "Let Freedom Ring" at the Super Bowl pre-game show; aided by television advertising, Ultimate Manilow entered the album charts at a stunning number three position that March. A DVD release of the collection followed, as well as a two-disc set of live music called 2 Nights Live that had been culled from a weekend in New Jersey. Manilow went back to the studio in 2005 to record a diverse collection of tracks from the '50s with producer and music mogul Clive Davis. The resulting Greatest Songs of the Fifties, a labor of love, became a surprise hit and topped the charts in early 2006. A sequel, The Greatest Songs of the Sixties, arrived at the end of that year and reached number two, which paved the inevitable way for The Greatest Songs of the Seventies in 2007, and The Greatest Songs of the Eighties in 2008. A holiday album, In the Swing of Christmas, appeared in 2007 and 2009, the latter release being an updated version featuring a pair of bonus tracks. Manilow next teamed with producer Michael Lloyd for 2010's The Greatest Love Songs of All Time, followed one year later by the concept album 15 Minutes, which told the story of a musician's quick rise to fame and subsequent fall from grace. A new studio album, Night Songs, which featured a set of pared-down standards performed on just piano and upright bass, followed in 2014. Manilow quickly followed Night Songs that fall with My Dream Duets, a collection of electronic duets with deceased vocalists he idolized. The album was his first for Verve and was released with some fanfare in late October 2014. ~ Steve Huey & Steve Leggett
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Selected Discography

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Track List: My Dream Duets

1. The Song's Gotta Come From The Heart (Feat. Jimmy Durante)

2. Goody Goody (Feat. Frankie Lymon)

3. Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Feat. Mama Cass)

4. I Believe In You And Me (Feat. Whitney Houston)

5. Sunshine On My Shoulders (Feat. John Denver)

6. Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (Feat. Judy Garland)

7. Moon River (Feat. Andy Williams)

8. The Look Of Love (Feat. Dusty Springfield)

9. The Candy Man (Feat. Sammy Davis, Jr.)

10. I Wanna Be Loved By You (Feat. Marilyn Monroe)

11. What A Wonderful World/What A Wonderful Life (Feat. Louis Armstrong)

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Track List: Live In London With The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

1. Overture (Live)

2. Fanfare/I'm Comin Back (Live)

3. Riders To The Stars (Live)

4. Opening Medley: Daybreak/Somewhere In The Night/Looks Like We Made It (Live)

5. Can't Smile Without You (Live)

6. Even Now (Live)

7. New York City Rhythm (Live)

8. Studio Musician (Live)

9. Bring On Tomorrow (Live)

10. Best Seat In The House (Live)

11. Talk To Me (Live)

12. Mandy (Live)

13. Copacabana (At The Copa) (Live)

14. I Write The Songs (Live)

15. One Voice/It's A Miracle (Tag) (Live)

16. Old Friends/Forever And A Day (Live)

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Track List: 15 Minutes

1. 15 Minutes

2. Work The Room

3. Bring On Tomorrow

4. Now It's For Real

5. Wine Song

6. He's A Star

7. Written In Stone

8. Letter From A Fan/So Heavy, So High

9. Everybody's Leavin'

10. Who Needs You?

11. Winner Go Down

12. Slept Through The End Of The World

13. Reflection

14. Trainwreck

16. Everything's Gonna Be All Right

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Track List: The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties

1. Islands In The Stream

2. Open Arms

3. Never Gonna Give You Up

4. Have I Told You Lately

5. I Just Called To Say I Love You

6. Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)

7. Careless Whisper

8. Right Here Waiting

9. Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)

10. Hard To Say I'm Sorry

11. Time After Time

12. (I've Had) The Time Of My Life

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Track List: Beautiful Ballads & Love Songs

1. Could It Be Magic

2. My Baby Loves Me

3. Weekend In New England

4. Somewhere In The Night

5. I Don't Want To Walk Without You

6. No Other Love

7. Stardust

8. Where Or When

9. The Best Of Me

10. I Should Care

11. Angel Eyes

12. Unchained Melody

13. Can't Take My Eyes Off You

14. If

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Track List: The Greatest Songs Of The Seventies

1. The Way We Were

2. My Eyes Adored You

3. Bridge Over Troubled Water

4. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?

5. It Never Rains In Southern California

6. You've Got A Friend

7. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

8. Sailing

9. The Long And Winding Road

10. (They Long To Be) Close To You

11. If

12. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

13. Mandy (Acoustic)

14. Weekend In New England (Acoustic)

15. Copacabana (At The Copa) (Acoustic)

16. Even Now (Acoustic)

17. Looks Like We Made It (Acoustic)

18. I Write The Songs (Acoustic)

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Track List: The Greatest Songs Of The Sixties

1. Can't Take My Eyes Off You

2. Cherish / Windy

3. Can't Help Falling In Love

4. There's A Kind Of Hush

5. Blue Velvet

6. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head

7. And I Love Her

8. This Guy's In Love With You

9. Everybody Loves Somebody

10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

11. When I Fall In Love

12. Strangers In The Night

13. What The World Needs Now Is Love

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Track List: The Essential Barry Manilow

Disc 1

1. Mandy

2. It's A Miracle

3. Could It Be Magic

4. I Write The Songs

5. Bandstand Boogie

6. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again

7. Beautiful Music

8. This One's For You

9. Weekend In New England

10. Jump Shout Boogie

11. Looks Like We Made It

12. Daybreak (Live)

13. New York City Rhythm (Live)

14. Can't Smile Without You

15. Even Now

16. Copacabana (At The Copa)

17. Ready To Take A Chance Again

Disc 2

1. Somewhere in The Night

2. Ships

3. When I Wanted You

4. I Don't Want To Walk Without

5. One Voice

6. I Made It Through The Rain

7. Lonely Together

8. The Old Songs

9. Somewhere Down The Road

10. Memory

11. Some Kind of Friend

12. Read 'Em And Weep

13. When October Goes

14. I'm Your Man (Club Mix)

15. Brooklyn Blues

16. Hey Mambo

17. I'd Really Love To See You To

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Track List: Ultimate Manilow

1. Mandy

2. It's A Miracle

3. Could It Be Magic

4. I Write The Songs

5. Bandstand Boogie

6. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again

7. This One's For You

8. Weekend In New England

9. Looks Like We Made It

10. Daybreak

11. Can't Smile Without You

12. Even Now

13. Copacabana (At The Copa)

14. Somewhere In The Night

15. Ready To Take A Chance

16. Ships

17. I Made It Through The Rain

18. The Old Songs

19. When October Goes

20. Somewhere Down The Road

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Track List: Here At The Mayflower

1. Do You Know Who's Livin' Next Door?

2. Come Monday

3. Border Train

4. Turn The Radio Up

5. I Here Her Playing Music

6. Talk To Me

7. Not What You See

8. Freddie Said

9. Some Bar By The Harbor

10. Say Goodbye

11. She Should'a Been Mine

12. The Night That Tito Played

13. I'm Comin' Back

14. I Miss You

15. They Dance!

16. Welcome Home

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Track List: Manilow Sings Sinatra

1. One Man In A Spotlight

2. I've Got The World On A String

3. The Second Time Around

4. Come Dance With Me/ Come Fly With Me

5. All The Way

6. You Make Me Feel So Young

7. Strangers In The Night

8. In the Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

9. Summer Wind

10. Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night In The Week)

11. Angel Eyes

12. My Kind of Town (Chicago Is)

13. Put Your Dreams Away

14. Here's To The Man

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Track List: Summer Of '78

1. Summer of '78 / Barry Manilow

2. Interlude: Love's Theme / Barry White

3. Reminiscing /Graham Goble

4. I Go Crazy / Paul Davis

5. When I Need You / Carole Bayer Sager et al

6. The Air That I Breathe / Albert Hammond et al

7. Bluer Than Blue / Randy Goodrum

8. We've Got Tonight / Bob Seger

9. I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / Parker McGee

10. Sometimes When We Touch / Dan Hill et al

11. Never My Love / Don Addrisi et al

12. Just Remember I Love You / Rick Roberts

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Track List: Singin' With The Big Bands

1. Singin' With The Big Bands

2. Sentimental Journey

3. And The Angels Sing

4. Green Eyes

5. I Should Care

6. Don't Get Around Much Anymore

7. I Can't Get Started

8. Chattanooga Choo Choo

9. Moonlight Serenade

10. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

11. All Or Nothing At All

12. I'll Never Smile Again

13. I'm Getting' Sentimental Over You

14. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

15. In Apple Blossom Time

16. Where Does The Time Go?

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Track List: Showstoppers

1. Give My Regards To Broadway

2. Overture Of Overtures

3. All I Need Is The Girl

4. Real Live Girl

5. Where Or When

6. Look To The Rainbow

7. Once In Love With Amy

8. Dancing In The Dark

9. You Can Have The TV

10. I'll Be Seeing You

11. But The World Goes 'Round

12. Guys And Dolls Medley: Fuge For Tinhorns

13. Guys And Dolls Medley: Luck Be A Lady

14. Old Friends

15. The Kid Inside

16. Never Met A Man I Didn't Like

17. Bring Him Home

18. If We Only Have Love

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Track List: Barry Manilow

1. Please Don't Be Scared

2. Keep Each Other Warm

3. Once And For All

4. The One That Got Away

5. When The Good Times Come Again

6. Some Good Things Never Last

7. In Another World

8. You Begin Again

9. My Moonlight Memories Of You

10. Anyone Can Do The Heartbreak

11. A Little Travelling Music, Please

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Track List: Greatest Hits Volume III

1. Ships

2. Let's Hang On

3. Ready To Take A Chance Again

4. Read 'Em And Weep

5. Somewhere Down The Road

6. One Voice

7. The Old Songs

8. I Made It Through The Rain

9. Dirt Cheap

10. Memory

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Track List: Swing Street

1. Swing Street

2. Big Fun

3. Stompin' At The Savoy

4. Black And Blue

5. Hey Mambo

6. Summertime

7. Brooklyn Blues

8. Stardust

9. Once When You Were Mine

10. One More Time

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Track List: 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe

2. Where Have You Gone

3. Say No More

5. When October Goes

6. What Am I Doin' Here

7. Good-Bye My Love

8. Big City Blues

9. When Love Is Gone

10. I've Never Been So Low On Love

11. Night Song

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Track List: Greatest Hits Volume II

1. Could It Be Magic

2. Somewhere In The Night

3. Jump Shout Boogie

4. Weekend In New England

5. All The Time

6. This One's For You

7. Copacabana (At The Copa)

8. Beautiful Music

9. I Write The Songs

10. You're My Only Girl (Jenny)

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Track List: If I Should Love Again

1. The Old Songs

2. Let's Hang On

3. If I Should Love Again

4. Don't Fall In Love With Me

5. Break Down The Door

6. Somewhere Down The Road

7. No Other Love

8. Fools Get Lucky

9. I Haven't Changed The Room

10. Let's Take All Night (To Say Goodbye)

11. You're Runnin' Too Hard

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Track List: One Voice

1. One Voice

2. (Why Don't We Try) A Slow Dance

3. Rain

4. Ships

5. You Could Show Me

6. I Don't Want To Walk Without You

7. Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed

8. Where Are They Now

10. When I Wanted You

11. Sunday Father

12. They Gave In To The Blues

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Track List: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1

1. Mandy

2. New York City Rhythm

3. Looks Like We Made It

4. Daybreak

5. Can't Smile Without You

6. It's A Miracle

7. Even Now

8. Bandstand Boogie

9. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again

10. Some Kind Of Friend

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Track List: The Barry Manilow Masters: Even Now

1. Copacabana (At The Copa)

2. Somewhere In The Night

3. A Linda Song

4. Can't Smile Without You

5. Leavin' In The Morning

6. Where Do I Go From Here

7. Even Now

8. I Was A Fool (To Let You Go)

9. Losing Touch

10. I Just Want To Be The One In Your Life

11. Starting Again

12. Sunrise

13. No Love For Jenny

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Track List: Even Now

1. Copacabana (At The Copa)

2. Somewhere In The Night

3. A Linda Song

4. Can't Smile Without You

5. Leavin' In The Morning

6. Where Do I Go From Here

7. Even Now

8. I Was A Fool (To Let You Go)

9. Losing Touch

10. I Just Want To Be The One In Your Life

11. Starting Again

12. Sunrise

13. I'm Comin' Home Again

14. No Love For Jenny

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Track List: Live

1. Riders To The Stars (Live)

2. Why Don't We Live Together

3. Looks Like We Made It

4. New York City Rhythm

5. A Very Strange Medley (Live)

6. Medley Of Songs (Live)

7. This One's For You

8. Daybreak

9. Lay Me Down

10. Weekend In New England

11. Studio Musician (Live)

12. Could It Be Magic/ Mandy

13. It's A Miracle

14. It's Just Another New Year's Eve

15. I Write The Songs

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Track List: This One's For You

1. This One's For You

2. Daybreak

3. You Oughta Be Home With Me

4. Jump Shout Boogie

5. Weekend In New England

6. Riders To The Stars

7. Let Me Go

8. Looks Like We Made It

9. Say The Words

10. All The Time

11. See The Show Again

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Track List: Tryin' To Get The Feeling

1. New York City Rhythm

2. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again

3. Why Don't We Live Together

6. She's A Star

7. I Write The Songs

9. A Nice Boy Like Me

10. Lay Me Down

11. Beautiful Music

12. Marry Me A Little

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Track List: II

1. I Want To Be Somebody's Baby

2. Early Morning Strangers

3. Mandy

4. The Two Of Us

5. Something's Comin' Up

6. It's A Miracle

7. Avenue C

8. My Baby Loves Me

9. Sandra

10. Home Again

11. Halfway Over The Hill

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Track List: 2Nights Live!

Disc 1

1. The Walk To The Stage (Live)

2. Gonzo Opening: Medley (Live)

3. Looks Like We Made It (Live)

4. Can't Smile Without You (Live)

5. Bandstand Boogie (Live)

6. Mandy (Live)

7. Even Now (Live)

8. Dialogue #1

9. Harmony (Live)

10. Turn The Radio Up (Live)

11. Dialogue #2

12. The Best Of Me (Live)

13. Weekend In New England (Live)

14. Could It Be Magic (Play Off)

15. Let Freedom Ring (Live)

16. It's A Miracle (Live)

17. Dialogue #3

18. You're There (Live)

19. We Live On Borrowed Time (Live)

20. Could It Be Magic (Play Off) (Live)

Disc 2

1. Fanfare / I'm Comin' Back (Live)

2. Sweet Heaven (I'm In Love Again) (Live)

3. Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed (Live)

4. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again (Live)

5. Somewhere Down The Road (Live)

6. Dialogue #4

7. That's Life (Live)

8. Dialogue #5

9. Every Single Day (Live)

10. New York City Rhythm (Intro) (Live)

11. New York City Rhythm (Live)

12. I Made It Through The Rain (Live)

13. She Should'a Been Mine (Live)

14. They Dance! (Live)

15. Dialogue #6

16. When October Goes (Live)

17. If Tomorrow Never Comes (Live)

18. Copacabana (At The Copa) (Live)

19. I Write The Songs (Live)

20. Old Friends (Live)

21. Forever And A Day (Live)

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Track List: I Believe In You And Me/Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (Single)

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BARRY MANILOW
LOVE HIS LOVE SONGS..
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dumadagdj
Peacefully classic!!!! Peace...
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Very sad song, however Barry Manilow is wonderfully talented, and I love his music!!
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Great album! Wish I saved the vinyl record!
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Great sing album!
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peggywinecof f
Love barry manilow great song writer going to see him in memphis on the 10th if February at the fed x forum
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Thank you Barry yours and andy Gibb got me thru the death of my bf in 80s and now I'm sick you put a smil on my face on bad day thank you Barry .tommy
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Barry I'm in my 50' soon to celebrate another birthday soon & I feel
like I've grown up knowing ur music, I gotta tell u, u keep givin me
an amazing new feeling with each song........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KEEP WRITING THE SONGS Barry Manilow..... . . . . . L U V Ya'
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Love Barry .. He's songs are amazingly my experiences .. I know I must be in Love with Meeee����
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Love this song reminds me of a special person that i knew for a long time
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People and critics can say what they want, but Barry is one of the greatest performers and song writers ever. His music endures no matter what genres come and go.
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Total FANilow!! And my now 15yr old daughters first song she learned at 2 1/2 was "Can't Smile Without You" and has been a HUGE FANilow since.
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Barry, your songs made historical landmarks in my life with people i came to know, experiences i had that made both good and bad impacts in my own personal development; it allows me to revisit these pieces of my soul, thanking God for fulfilling me in the time you sang and i lived. javier
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manger43
Been a fan since the beginning. I am 72 years old and attended farewell tour event in Newark, NJ. My 40 year daughter also went because she realized how many songs she liked were sung by him. We both enjoyed his showmanship, selection of songs, self humor, and presentation . His music reaches thru generations. The words, I am young now, even thought I'm very old (from I Write The Songs) describe how I feel when I listen to Barry Manilow.
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dragonlady60 8 8
Talented man!!!!
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dragonlady60 8 8
Barry.

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Classic
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Have loved Barry since the 70's & have been to over 20 concerts. The best music that touches your heart & he will always be my favorite.
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You sing great don't listen. Them
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okio7379
Your music brings smiles and sometimes tears to my eyes...growi n g up my dad used to listen to your music and it takes me back to my happy childhood. I have the blessing to still listen to your tunes in the company of my father who still loves your music...tune s that will never fade. thank you Barry M.
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cubsfan.well s
What can I say its Barry Manilow. I have been a fan for 40 years now and I can say I will still be a fan when I am 90.
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caohara
Saw Barry a week or so ago in NJ. His voice is still SO amazing. Probably stronger than it's ever been. I stand in awe of his talent.
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I am a big fan. Of your music. Your song in how my daughter. Got her. Name id oh mandy
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Barry Manilow is the true showman of our time! Have been a fan for 40 years. He is the Music, the Magic and does Write the Songs that makes the whole World Sings! We cannot Smile Without Him! He is an amazing artist, and has always taken my breath away.
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I have been a fan from the very start. His music touches my soul each and everytime I listen to it. I only saw him in concert 1 time. He takes my breath away !!!!! A Fanilow forever :)
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artist685
Barry you're the king of 1970's music and bring back so many sweet memories. Your a great guy. I met you at Kid Creole & Coconuts sisters part in 1980's and I sat on the arm of the couch next to you and I'll never forget what you told! You such a great man. C. C.
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Rediscovered his music after several years, up there there with Sinatra!
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Hello you have always been my inspartion you are so cute
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Love you, Barry! You'll always be my favorite artist! Thank you for some of the greatest music I know... :-)
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Will always and forever be a Fanilow!
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I love Barry manalow please play his music for me
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Please don't ever retire.
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Love all your music Barry and keep making music for as long as it takes.
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I saw him last night. Haven't been to a concert for so many years. It was so fun and he was amazing. A great guy and entertainer.
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Great Music.
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Just saw Barry 3 nights ago in Vegas! What a show! This man is a talented entertainer, lover of music and his fans. He is a class act !! I became a fan all over again... Loving me some Barry!! :)
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I wish Barry will come to Colorado love his music and brings back so many memories of the good days!
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I watch his performances on you tube wish i can got to one of his concerts love his music :)
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artist685
A voice that is standing the test of time. Barry will always be with us w/his music and great soul. Love his concerts.... . . a n d I'm not a geek, but I love Mr. Manilow.
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I am a fanalow of Manilow. Saw his concert at the Nassau Colliseum and it was GREAT. At 71 he can still hold a note longer than anyone thought he could. Greatest writer, performer and arranger of all time. June 17th will be his last concert tour and can only be seen in Las Vegas so I guess I will have to go there.
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albriz68
The king of the goose bump causing key changes! Such beautiful songs.
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A classic. His was the first concert I ever attended as an adult back in the early 80's and he set the bar pretty high! I've seen him in concert at least 10 times over the last three decades and he's still as dedicate to his craft and entertaining his audience as he ever was.
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sabrefan188
love me some Barry
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yannivin
Music will never be the same when he leaves this earth
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Love Barry and his music. I don't think he's ever done a bad song
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Saw Barry last night in Columbus, WOW! what a true entertainer. It was my first Manilow concert ~ I am so glad I got
to see him live. LOVE BARRY MANILOW! Class Act....
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fng69
there will only be one Barry Manilow from Brooklyn!
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Barry is one of a kind. He sings the songs that make you feel good and sometimes sad. When that is what you want. The world will lose a treasure when he quits, soon it seems. DARN.... Don't leave us Barry.
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This man don't sing a bad song. I swear I love everything he does. I could listen to Barry all the time
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I just love, love, love Barry! Ships and This one's for you are my favorite.
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