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Barry Manilow

Erschienen am 20. Juli 2016 bei Arista - Legacy

Künstler: Barry Manilow

Genre: Pop/Rock > Pop

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1980's Barry from Barry Manilow featured his last Top Ten hit, "I Made It Through the Rain," finding him still in control of the adult contemporary charts, but starting to fade on the Top 40. It's an interesting piece of the Manilow collection, the singer covering Kenny Nolan, co-writing with Maurice White, penning a song for another film -- "We Still Have Time" from the motion picture Tribute -- and including a campy duet with Lily Tomlin. Their unlikely pairing on "The Last Duet" is a kinda "Copacabana" redux, borrowing heavy melody from Orleans' "Love Takes Time" and lifting lyrics from '70s songs -- "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," "You're the One That I Want," and others. Manilow produces two of the ten tracks without production partner Ron Dante and composes half of the album with Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman, including the hit. Maybe it was a conscious effort to become an album artist rather than a singles act because Barry is more listenable all the way through than previous discs, which contained bigger and more significant hits. There are many musicians in the mix too -- Dean Parks, Paul Schaeffer, Abe Laboriel, Alan Estes, arrangements by Artie Butler -- all the stops seem to get pulled out to good effect. Kenny Nolan's tune has the syrup that artist is known for with Manilow adding the sincerity missing in Nolan's own hits. The song could very well have charted, as could have two terrific songs from "Mandy" co-writer Richard Kerr, "Life Will Go On" and "Dance Away." The movie theme is pretty good too. "We Still Have Time" is Manilow finally writing a song that is up there with hits he found from other composers -- something he really wasn't quite able to capture before this. A shame it or another good song from this fine disc didn't follow "I Made It Through the Rain" up the Top 40. It was almost a year before David Pomeranz's "The Old Songs" would go Top 15 for Manilow toward the end of 1981, and one wonders if there was resistance at radio, because the album Barry had more than enough great material and strong performance to continue the chart run that gave Manilow his enormous popularity. ~ Joe Viglione
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Album : 1 Disc - 10 Tracks Gesamte Laufzeit : 00:41:35

  1. 1 Lonely Together

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Nolan Kenny, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  2. 2 Bermuda Triangle

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Jack Feldman, Composer, Lyricist - Bruce Sussman, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  3. 3 I Made It Through the Rain

    Barry Manilow, Arranger, Associated Performer, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Synthesizer - Gerard Kenny, Composer, Lyricist - Drey Sheppard, Composer, Lyricist - Bruce Sussman, Composer, Lyricist - Jack Feldman, Composer, Lyricist - Victor Vanacore, Arranger - John Pondel, Guitar - Lou Shoch, Bass Guitar - Bud Harner, Drums - Robert Marullo, Keyboards, Synthesizer - Ken Park, Percussion - Kevin DiSimone - James Jolis - Pat Henderson - Robin Grean - Jon Joyce - Jimmy Haas - Ron Dante, Producer - Murray McFadden, Recording Engineer Copyright : (P) 1980 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  4. 4 Twenty Four Hours a Day

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist, Producer - Marty Panzer, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  5. 5 Dance Away

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Richard Kerr, Composer, Lyricist - Troy Seals, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  6. 6 Life Will Go On

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Don Murray, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - John Bettis, Composer, Lyricist - Richard Kerr, Composer, Lyricist - Victor Vanacore, Keyboards - Robert Marullo, Keyboards - John Pondel, Guitar - Lou Shoch, Bass Guitar - Bud Harner, Drums - Ken Park, Percussion - Robin Grean - Pat Henderson - James Jolis - Kevin DiSimone Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  7. 7 Only in Chicago

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Maurice White, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  8. 8 The Last Duet

    Barry Manilow, Arranger, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist, Piano, Producer - Lily Tomlin, Associated Performer - Barry Manilow with Lily Tomlin, Associated Performer - Jack Feldman, Composer, Lyricist - Ron Dante, Producer - Michael DeLugg, Engineer - Dirk Dalton, Engineer - Ron Krasinski, Drums - Don Murray, Engineer - Michael Landau, Guitar - Jerry Corbetta, Keyboards - Jimmy Haas - Bruce Sussman, Composer, Lyricist - Artie Butler, Arranger Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  9. 9 London

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Jack Feldman, Composer, Lyricist - Bruce Sussman, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

  10. 10 We Still Have Time (Theme From the Motion Picture "Tribute")

    Barry Manilow, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Jack Feldman, Composer, Lyricist - Bruce Sussman, Composer, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1980 Arista Records LLC

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  • 1980's Barry from Barry Manilow featured his last Top Ten hit, "I Made It Through the Rain," finding him still in control of the adult contemporary charts, but starting to fade on the Top 40. It's an interesting piece of the Manilow collection, the singer covering Kenny Nolan, co-writing with Maurice White, penning a song for another film -- "We Still Have Time" from the motion picture Tribute -- and including a campy duet with Lily Tomlin. Their unlikely pairing on "The Last Duet" is a kinda "Copacabana" redux, borrowing heavy melody from Orleans' "Love Takes Time" and lifting lyrics from '70s songs -- "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," "You're the One That I Want," and others. Manilow produces two of the ten tracks without production partner Ron Dante and composes half of the album with Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman, including the hit. Maybe it was a conscious effort to become an album artist rather than a singles act because Barry is more listenable all the way through than previous discs, which contained bigger and more significant hits. There are many musicians in the mix too -- Dean Parks, Paul Schaeffer, Abe Laboriel, Alan Estes, arrangements by Artie Butler -- all the stops seem to get pulled out to good effect. Kenny Nolan's tune has the syrup that artist is known for with Manilow adding the sincerity missing in Nolan's own hits. The song could very well have charted, as could have two terrific songs from "Mandy" co-writer Richard Kerr, "Life Will Go On" and "Dance Away." The movie theme is pretty good too. "We Still Have Time" is Manilow finally writing a song that is up there with hits he found from other composers -- something he really wasn't quite able to capture before this. A shame it or another good song from this fine disc didn't follow "I Made It Through the Rain" up the Top 40. It was almost a year before David Pomeranz's "The Old Songs" would go Top 15 for Manilow toward the end of 1981, and one wonders if there was resistance at radio, because the album Barry had more than enough great material and strong performance to continue the chart run that gave Manilow his enormous popularity. ~ Joe Viglione

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