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Swing Street

Barry Manilow

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In the liner notes for Swing Street, Barry Manilow refers to his wish to record a "techno-swing album." While that term conjures images of mechanistic swing sets, it must actually refer to Swing Street's largely synthesized instrumentation. From the first few notes of its title track, the album seems like music made for an audience of mannequins. It certainly swings, especially on tracks like "Big Fun." But it does so in a cold, canned sort of way, suggesting jazz-pop if it was painstakingly recreated by futuristic robot musicologists. Manilow himself fully indulges in the vocal style of the genre, emoting up a storm on "Stardust" and "Summertime," a duet with Diane Schurr that also features the sax of Stan Getz. The latter track is a standout; together with the wistful, piano-driven "Once You Were Mine," it's the most real thing on the album. The rest of Swing Street can't outrun its digital composition, as illustrated by an unfortunate version of "Stompin' at the Savoy," which adds lyrics and sounds like Muzak on Mars. ~ Johnny Loftus

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Swing Street

Barry Manilow

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1
Swing Street (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:03:33

J. Healy, 2nd Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Jerry Hey, Horns - Jerry Hey, Trumpet - Bill Reichenbach, Horns - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Dann Huff, Guitar - Harry Maslin, Recording Engineer - Charles Loper, Horns - Eddie Arkin, Composer - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Keyboards - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Gary Grant, Horns - Spencer Chrislu, 2nd Engineer - Larry Hall, Horns - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Roy Freeland, Lyricist - Barry Manilow, Lyricist - Barry Manilow, Performer - Barry Manilow, Producer

(P) 1997 Arista Records LLC

2
Big Fun (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:03:53

Charles Loper, Horns - John Van Nest, Recording Engineer - Full Swing, Performer - Eddie Arkin, Composer - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Keyboards - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Ron Da Silva, 2nd Engineer - Bud Harner, Percussion - Paul Jackson Jr., Guitar - Michael Braunstein, Recording Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Jerry Hey, Horns - Alan Estes, Percussion - Larry Hall, Horns - Bill Reichenbach, Horns - Gary Grant, Horns - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Manilow, Performer - Barry Manilow, Producer - Lorraine Feather, Lyricist - Bruce Wildstein, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

3
Stompin' At The Savoy (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:02:42

Squeak Stone, 2nd Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Jerry Hey, Horns - Bill Reichenbach, Horns - Chick Webb, Composer - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Edgar Sampson, Composer - Harry Maslin, Recording Engineer - Benny Goodman, Composer - Charles Loper, Horns - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Keyboards - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Vinnie Colaiuta, Drums - Andy Razaf, Lyricist - Gary Grant, Horns - Spencer Chrislu, 2nd Engineer - Larry Hall, Horns - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Manilow, Lyricist - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Vocal Arranger - Barry Manilow, Performer - Barry Manilow, Producer

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

4
Black And Blue (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:04:03

J. Healy, 2nd Engineer - Michael DeLugg, Recording Engineer - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Dann Huff, Guitar - John Van Nest, Recording Engineer - Alan Estes, Percussion - Adrienne Anderson, Lyricist - Harry Maslin, Recording Engineer - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Keyboards - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Spencer Chrislu, 2nd Engineer - Tom Scott, Soprano - Barry Manilow with Phyllis Hyman, Featuring Tom Scott, Performer - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Tom Kelly, Composer - Barry Manilow, Composer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Producer

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

5
Hey Mambo (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:02:53

Jerry Hey, Arranger - Bruce Sussman, Lyricist - Emilio and the Jerks, Producer - Michael DeLugg, Recording Engineer - Michael DeLugg, Background Vocal - Lawrence Dermer, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Eddie Arkin, Background Vocal - Dana Horowitz, 2nd Engineer - Eric Schilling, Recording Engineer - Eric Schilling, Mixing Engineer - Teresa Verplanck, 2nd Engineer - Joe Galdo, Background Vocal - Joe Galdo, Arranger - Barry Manilow with Kid Creole and The Coconuts, Performer - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Tom Kelly, Composer - Barry Manilow, Composer - Barry Manilow, Producer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Jack Feldman, Lyricist

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

6
Summertime (Digitally remastered 1996) 00:04:18

Barry Manilow with Diane Schuur, Featuring Stan Getz, Performer - Ira Gershwin, Composer - Ira Gershwin, Lyricist - Artie Butler, Arranger - Artie Butler, Piano - George Gershwin, Composer - George Gershwin, Lyricist - Dubose Heyward, Composer - Dubose Heyward, Lyricist - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Dave Stone, Bass - Stan Getz, Tenor Saxophone - Allen Abrahamson, 2nd Engineer - Gregg Karukas, Synthesizer - Jay Healy, 2nd Engineer - Dorothy Heyward, Composer - Dorothy Heyward, Lyricist - Michael Braunstein, Recording Engineer - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Producer

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

7
Brooklyn Blues (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:05:08

Barry Manilow with Diane Schuur, Featuring Stan Getz, Performer - Squeak Stone, 2nd Engineer - Jerry Hey, Horns - Bruce Sussman, Lyricist - John Van Nest, Recording Engineer - John Van Nest, Mixing Engineer - Alan Estes, Percussion - Joe Pizzulo, Background Vocal - Jon Joyce, Background Vocal - Harry Maslin, Recording Engineer - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Eddie Arkin, Keyboards - Eddie Arkin, Producer - Paul Jackson Jr., Guitar - Spencer Chrislu, 2nd Engineer - Tom Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Gary Falcone, Background Vocal - Barry Manilow, Composer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Piano - Barry Manilow, Producer - Jack Feldman, Lyricist

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

8
Stardust (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:05:20

John Pondel, Guitar - Alan Sides, Mixing Engineer - Bruce Wildstein, 2nd Engineer - Marc Levine, Bass - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Bud Harner, Drums - Michael Braunstein, Recording Engineer - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - Barry Manilow Featuring "Uncle Festive", Performer - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Producer - Barry Manilow, Piano - Ron Pedley, Piano

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

9
Once You Were Mine (Digitally remastered 1996) 00:02:50

Squeak Stone, 2nd Engineer - Michael DeLugg, Mixing Engineer - Alan Sides, Recording Engineer - Alan Estes, Percussion - Bruce Wildstein, 2nd Engineer - Adrienne Anderson, Lyricist - Eddie Arkin, Arranger - Randy Kerber, Piano - Tom Scott, Flute - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Manilow, Composer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Performer - Barry Manilow, Producer

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

10
One More Time (Digitally Remastered: 1996) 00:04:11

John Pondel, Guitar - Bruce Sussman, Lyricist - Alan Sides, Mixing Engineer - Ed Rak, Recording Engineer - Mark Germaine, 2nd Engineer - Bruce Wildstein, 2nd Engineer - Gerry Mulligan, Baritone Saxophone - Marc Levine, Bass - Rebecca Everett, 2nd Engineer - Bud Harner, Drums - Michael Braunstein, Recording Engineer - Wally Traugott, Re-Mastering Engineer - Tom Kelly, Composer - Ron Pedley, Piano - Barry Manilow, Composer - Barry Manilow, Arranger - Barry Manilow, Producer - Barry Manilow, Performer - Jack Feldman, Lyricist

(P) 1996 Arista Records LLC

Albumbeschreibung

In the liner notes for Swing Street, Barry Manilow refers to his wish to record a "techno-swing album." While that term conjures images of mechanistic swing sets, it must actually refer to Swing Street's largely synthesized instrumentation. From the first few notes of its title track, the album seems like music made for an audience of mannequins. It certainly swings, especially on tracks like "Big Fun." But it does so in a cold, canned sort of way, suggesting jazz-pop if it was painstakingly recreated by futuristic robot musicologists. Manilow himself fully indulges in the vocal style of the genre, emoting up a storm on "Stardust" and "Summertime," a duet with Diane Schurr that also features the sax of Stan Getz. The latter track is a standout; together with the wistful, piano-driven "Once You Were Mine," it's the most real thing on the album. The rest of Swing Street can't outrun its digital composition, as illustrated by an unfortunate version of "Stompin' at the Savoy," which adds lyrics and sounds like Muzak on Mars. ~ Johnny Loftus

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