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9 thoughts on “ Copacabana (Disco) - Barry Manilow - Greatest Story (CD) ”

  1. That Barry Manilow sure knows how to make an entrance. And an exit, too. Manilow didn’t sustain a year career by doing things small or subtle, except maybe that one piano ballad per show.
  2. May 31,  · Arista released BARRY MANILOW GREATEST HITS 2 Lp set, Arista , in November, and that album included all four of EVEN NOW's hit singles, albeit, the GREATEST HITS album featured the long version of "Copacabana". Putting out a singles' hits comp featuring a current chart album's tracks is a great way to kill the catalog/5().
  3. Barry Manilow recalled that the music for "Copacabana" came incredibly fast. "I remember putting the lyric on the piano's music stand, punching the 'Record' button on my tape deck, and writing the song in less than 15 minutes," he wrote in the liner notes of the Even Now album. His co-writer Bruce Sussman added: "We THOUGHT we were writing the novelty cut for Barry's Even Now album.
  4. Barry Manilow - Manilow Magic - Arista - LP JavaScript scheint in Ihrem Browser deaktiviert zu sein. Sie müssen JavaScript in Ihrem Browser aktivieren, um alle Funktionen in diesem Shop nutzen zu können.
  5. Oct 29,  · Barry Manilow Copacabana on CD. It's even spelled out right on the track list as "Copacabana (Disco)". - mid 80s, sometime, Arista wants to milk the popularity of GREATEST HITS but on the new medium of CD. They released a shortened version of the 2-disc set so as to be able to put the whole thing on one CD. Greatest Hits Vol. II (Barry.
  6. Barry Manilow et son partenaire d'écriture Bruce Sussman redécouvert leur amour pour les comédies musicales de Broadway et tournés vers leur hit "Copacabana" comme source d'inspiration pour un nouveau spectacle. Écrit avec Jack Feldman, Scores - Songs From Copacabana & Harmony l joué dans le West End de Londres en et une tournée américaine a suivie en avec succès/5(45).
  7. Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer: A3: Could It Be Magic Written-By – Adrienne Anderson, Barry Manilow: A4: I Write The Songs Written-By – Bruce Johnston: A5: Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again Written-By – David Pomeranz: A6: This One's For You Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer: B1: Looks Like /5(3).
  8. Background. The song was inspired by a conversation between Manilow and Sussman at the Copacabana Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, when they discussed whether there had ever been a song called "Copacabana". After returning to the US, Manilow — who, in the s, had been a regular visitor to the Copacabana nightclub in New York City — suggested that Sussman and Feldman write the lyrics to a story song .
  9. Barry Manilow not only lived through the '70s, but found most of his popular success during the Me Decade: he entered as a jingles writer and nightclub pianist but left as pop music's biggest star. While he was writing and performing the biggest hits of the decade, he undoubtedly was also admiring its best songwriting, from artists such as Paul Simon, Carole King, Elton John, Burt.

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