Misfits aren’t misfits among other misfits.

Barry Manilow – I Write The Songs

Barry Manilow-Lets Hang On

Barry Manilow- If I Should Love Again

Can’t Smile Without You – Barry Manilow

Memory Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow, Mandy

Weekend in New England

Where have you gone – Barry Manilow

Copacabana – Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow – Sandra, Early Morning Strangers [1977]

Barry Manilow – Very Strange Medley [1977]

Barry Manilow – New York City Rhythm (Live At The Greek Theatre1978)

Barry Manilow – I Was A Fool (To Let You Go) Live From The Greek 1978 [Edited]

Barry Manilow – Somewhere In The Night [1978]

Barry Manilow – Copacabana [At The Greek Theatre1978]

Barry Manilow With Ray Charles – It’s A Miracle

Barry Manilow – Ready To Take A Chance Again [1979]

Barry Manilow – It’s A Miracle [Blenheim Palace 1983]

Barry Manilow – Stomping At The Savoy [1988]

John Barrowman and Barry Manilow – Proms in the Park

HQ) Barry Manilow – Can’t Smile Without You (Live on Jonathan Ross)

Could It Be Magic Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow – Forever And A Day (1997)

Barry Manilow – Even Now 1977

Barry Manilow – Beautiful Music (1978).

Barry Manilow – When I Wanted You (From One Voice)

Barry Manilow – Ships (From One Voice)

Barry Manilow – Let’s Take All Night To Say Goodbye (1981)

Barry Manilow – When October Goes [1984]

Barry Manilow – Who Needs To Dream [1985] From The Movie Copacabana

Barry Manilow – I’m Your Man, Sweet Heaven I’m In Love Again, The Full Monty

Barry Manilow – Ready To Take Take A Chance Again/ Daybreak [1993]

Barry Manilow – The Old Songs, This One’s For You, Tryin’ To Get The Feeling Again [1993]

Barry Manilow – The Gonzo Opening [Live From The Kodak Theatre 2002]

Barry Manilow – Copacabana [Live From The Kodak 2002}

Barry Manilow – Mandy [Live From The Kodak Theatre 2002]

Barry Manilow – Looks Like We Made It (Take Two) [Live From The Kodak Theatre 2002]

Barry Manilow – Bermuda Triangle (1998)

Barry Manilow – Somewhere Down The Road [Live From The Kodak Theatre 2002]

Barry Manilow – Turn The Radio Up [2002] Live From The Kodak Theatre

Barry Manilow – I Write The Songs [1977]

Barry Manilow – Happy Holiday, White Christmas (2003)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year pt.1

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year pt.2

Barry Manilow Live – Christmas in Rockefeller Center (2009) – Christmas is Just Around the Corner

Barry Manilow – It’s Just Another New Year’s Eve (1991)

“The same desperation that everyone else had, which is, ‘How can I help?’ ”

Background Articles and Videos

Barry Manilow

“…Barry Manilow (born June 17, 1943)[1] is an American singer-songwriter, musician, arranger, producer, conductor, entertainer, and performer, best known for such recordings as “Mandy”, “I Write the Songs”, “Weekend in New England”, “Can’t Smile Without You”, and “Copacabana (At the Copa)”.

In 1978, five of his albums were on the best-selling charts simultaneously, a feat equalled only by Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and Johnny Mathis. He has recorded a string of Billboard hit singles and multi-platinum albums that have resulted in his being named Radio & Records number one Adult Contemporary artist and winning three straight American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist. Several well-known entertainers have given Manilow their “stamp of approval,” including Sinatra, who was quoted in the 1970s regarding Manilow, “He’s next.” In 1988, Bob Dylan stopped Manilow at a party, hugged him and said, “Don’t stop what you’re doing, man. We’re all inspired by you.”[2] Arsenio Hall cited Manilow as a favorite guest on The Arsenio Hall Show and admonished his audience to respect him for his work.[3].

As well as producing and arranging albums for other artists, such as Bette Midler, Dionne Warwick and Rosemary Clooney, Manilow has written songs for musicals, films, and commercials. Since February 2005, he had been the headliner at the Las Vegas Hilton, and had performed hundreds of shows before he called time on his 5-year association, performing his last show on December 30, 2009. From March 2010, he is due to headline at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. [4]. …”

Barry Manilow Official Web Site

“…With worldwide sales of more than 75 million records, Barry Manilow’s success is a benchmark in popular music. His concerts and night-club performances sell out instantly. He is ranked as the top Adult Contemporary chart artist of all time, according to R&R (Radio&Records) and Billboard magazines. Rolling Stone crowned him “a giant among entertainers… the showman of our generation,” and Frank Sinatra summed up Manilow best when Ol’ Blue Eyes told the British press, “He’s next.”

Manilow calls Las Vegas his home away from home where he performs to sell-out crowds at the Las Vegas Hilton, which he has done for three years now. He opened in 2005 with huge success with Manilow: Music and Passion and recently, changed things up and has taken the show to next level. ULTIMATE MANILOW: The Hits opened in September of 2008 to rave reviews, calling it ‘the perfect mix of Manilow’s hits’ ( where Manilow opens up his expansive catalog of hits and expertly takes us on a journey that lets us know that ‘This One’s for You.’
Manilow has given the gift of collections in the best-selling series of tributes to popular music. RIAA platinum The Greatest Songs Of The Fifties released January 31, 2006, which incidentally became his first #1 debut on the Billboard 200 album chart and first #1 album since the 1977 triple-platinum double-LP Barry Manilow/Live; RIAA platinum The Greatest Songs Of The Sixties released October 31, 2006, entering the chart at #2 and was the all-time highest first sales week debut chart entry of Manilow’s career. With those two albums, Manilow became the first artist since 1981 to have two albums in the top two positions in one calendar year on the Billboard chart. Next came The Greatest Songs Of The Seventies, released September 18, 2007, entering the Billboard charts at #4, making The Greatest Songs of the Seventies Manilow’s 33rd charting album, his 11th Top 10 and his 10th Top 10 debut and the only artist to have three Top four debuts on the Billboard 200 chart in two years. …”

Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow talks about Michael Jackson

Barry Manilow – Friday Night with Jonathan Ross – BBC One

Barry Manilow Red Carpet Interview

Barry Manilow Keep Eachother Warm & When The Good Times Come Again

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