The Greatest Songs Of The Seventies - Barry Manilow Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Barry Manilow / Extra tracks / Audio CD released 2007-09-15 at Sony Music CMG / "Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 The Way We Were 2 My Eyes Adored You 3 You've Got A Friend (Duet With Melissa Manchester) 4 ""He Ain't Heavy, He's My Bro ... more
The Greatest Songs Of The Seventies - Barry Manilow ... He's My Brother""
5 (They Long To Be) Close To You
6 Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
9 The Long And Winding Road
10 Bridge Over Troubled Water
11 Looks Like We Made It
12 Even Now
13 Somewhere In The Night
14 This One's For You
16 Weekend In New England
17 Copacabana (At The Copa)
18 Could It Be Magic"
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up listening to B Barry Manilow and when I am down I put him on and he makes me feel better. There are many people my age that do not like him. I think what they really need to do is give him a chance just get this one CD and you will see that your feelings about him will change. His songs can be played within mixed company ...
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