Barry Manilow is the debut album by Barry Manilow. It was released as Barry Manilow in 1973, then re-mixed and re-released as Barry Manilow I in 1975. All tracks composed by Barry Manilow; except where indicated. Issued on Bell Records as "Barry Manilow". Sing It". "Sweetwater Jones". Cloudburst" (Jimmy Harris, Jon Hendricks, Leroy Kirkland). Oh My Lady" (Manilow, Adrienne Anderson). I Am Your Child" (Manilow, Marty Panzer).
Barry Manilow "Barry" (1980) album.
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. 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.
Barry Manilow II is the second studio album by Barry Manilow released in 1974. It included the mega hit song "Mandy", as well as "It's a Miracle"; the cut "Sandra" was later recorded by Dusty Springfield. First issued by Bell Records, it was reissued after the company was reorganized into Arist. mage: Barrysecondalbum. Tryin' to Get the Feeling. Tryin' to Get the Feeling is the third studio album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, released in 1975.
Barry Manilow (born Barry Alan Pincus) is an internationally celebrated crooner, producer, arranger, composer and classically trained pianist from Brooklyn, New York, who has earned several gold and platinum certified albums, an Emmy, a Grammy, a Tony and a Clio Award in his 50+ year career. Originally an aspiring Broadway writer, Manilow became known at CBS as the ‘piano-playing mail boy’, later landing a job as musical director of two of the station’s shows. Mandy went to in the US & Canada and reached the top 40 in three countries overseas, sending his album Barry Manilow II into the US top 10. His follow-up single It’s a Miracle became his second Canadian chart-topper, also reaching in the US.