Barry Manilow The Greatest Songs of the Seventies (2-CD)

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  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released: September 18, 2007
  • Label: RCA

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 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 Manilow)
  • 14.Weekend in New England - (Acoustic Manilow)
  • 15.Copacabana (At the Copa) - (Acoustic Manilow)
  • 16.Even Now - (Acoustic Manilow)
  • 17.Looks Like We Made It - (Acoustic Manilow)
  • 18.I Write the Songs - (Acoustic Manilow)

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Somewhere in the Night
  • 2.Can't Smile Without You
  • 3.This One's For You
  • 4.Could It Be Magic - (Trevor Horn Dance Mix, remix)

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Personnel: Barry Manilow (piano); Ken Berry, Mike Landau, Tim Pierce, George Doering, Mike Lent (guitar); Julie Berghofer, Gayle Levant (harp); Assa Drori, Alyssa Park, Lisa Dondlinger, Miran Kojian, Dynell Weber, Jennifer Munday, Brian Benning, Rebecca Bunnell, Jennifer Walton, Irina Voloshina, Songa Lee, Anatoly Rosinsky, Yan To, Cynthia Moussas, Paul Tseitlin, Nina Evtuhov, Johana Krejci, Audrey Solomon, Ronald Folsom, Joel Derouin, Kevin Connolly , Patricia Johnson , Raymond Kobler, Margaret Wooten, Yue Deng, Neel Hammond, Darius Campo, Liane Mautner, Josefina Vergara, Miwako Watanabe, Ronald Clark, Samuel Fischer, Haim Shtrum (violin); Caroline Buckman, Ray Tlscher, Kenneth Burward-Hoy, Harry Shirinian, Alma Fernandez, Samuel Formicola, Andrew Duckles (viola); Timothy Loo, Paula Hochhalter, Christina Soule, Trevor Handy, Jon Walz, Larry Corbett, David Speltz, John Krovoza, Roger Lebow (cello); Gary Foster, Greg Huckins, Sheridon Stokes, Brandon Fields (flute); Phillip OConnor (clarinet); Joe Stone, David Kossoff (oboe); Chris Gray, Larry McGuire, Warren Leuning, Gary Grant (trumpet); Paul Klintworth, Jim Atkinson, Dana Kelley, Steven Becknell (French horn); Steve Baxter, Charles Loper, Chauncey Welsch, Craig Gosnell (trombone); Kevin Bassinson, Randy Kerber, Ron Walters (piano); Ron Pedley (keyboards); Chuck Berghofer, Drew Dembowski, Oscar Hidalgo (double bass); Dave Carpenter, ian martin (bass guitar); Russ McKinnon (drums); Dan Greco, David Rozenblatt, Alex Acu¤a, Luis Conte, Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Tyler Gordon (programming); Walter Afanasieff (drum programming); Karen Harper, Angie Jeree Singers, David Loucks, Tiffany Smith, Tim Davis , Scott Erickson , Ron Dante, Susie Stevens , Randy Crenshaw, Bill Cantos, Mabvuto Carpenter, Jason Morales (background vocals).
The logical follow-up to Barry Manilow's two previous volumes of favorites from the 1950s and '60s, GREATEST SONGS OF THE 1970S acknowledges Manilow's own contributions to the AM airwaves of the decade by including a six-song bonus EP of new, intimate acoustic recordings of a half-dozen of his biggest hits from the decade, including "Even Now" and a waggish reworking of the disco smash "Copacabana." The body of the album is a well-chosen selection heavy on ballads, including a lovely duet with Melissa Manchester on Carole King's "You've Got A Friend" and a warm take on the Bee Gees' "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart." Containing tracks that would have fit comfortably on any of Manilow's own 1970s albums, this is the most personal and effective of his decade-by-decade songbook sets.

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