Barry Manilow

Duets

You’ve Got A Friend (with Melissa Manchester) [5:06]
Hey Mambo (with Kid Creole and the Coconuts) [2:55]
Let Me Be Your Wings (End Title Duet) (with Debra Byrd) [3:21]
Cherish / Windy (with The Association) [4:22]
Look To The Rainbow (with Barbara Cook) [4:33]
Islands In The Stream (with Reba McEntire) [4:08]
Big City Blues (with Mel Torme (featuring Gerry Mulligan)) [4:15]
On A Slow Boat To China (with Bette Midler) [2:32]
Run To Me (with Dionne Warwick) [4:37]
Summertime (with Diane Schuur (featuring Stan Getz)) [4:18]
Sincerely/Teach Me Tonight (with Phyllis McGuire) [3:20]
Blue (with Sarah Vaughan) [4:21]
Now And Forever (with Sheena Easton) [4:13]
I Won’t Be The One To Let Go (with Barbra Streisand) [4:42]
The Last Duet (with Lily Tomlin) [4:02]
Arista/Legacy 88697 82093 2
Release Date: May 3, 2011
Compilation produced by Barry Manilow and Al Quaglieri
Mastered by Mark Wilder at Battery Studios, New York
Additional engineering by Maria Triana at Battery Studios, New York
Tape research by Mike Kull
A&R: Rob Santos
Project Direction: Gretchen Brennison and John Adams for STILETTO Entertainment
Marketing: Mandy Eidgah
Photography: Courtesy of STILETTO Entertainment
Art Direction & Design: Sara Zickuhr for STILETTO Entertainment
Thank you: Adam Block, Frank Harkins, Jeremy Holiday, Marc Hulett, Steve Koster
Original recordings produced by Walter Afanasieff, Eddie Arkin, David Benson, Robbie Buchanan, Ron Dante, Clive Davis, Emilio and The Jerks (Emilio Estefan Jr., Joe Galdo and Lawrence Dermer), Scott Erickson, Barry Manilow, Richard Marx.
“You’ve Got A Friend (with Melissa Manchester)” written by Carole King; produced by Barry Manilow, Clive Davis and David Benson; Previously unreleased mix
“Hey Mambo (with Kid Creole and the Coconuts)” written by Barry Manilow, Tom Kelly, Bruce Sussman, and Jack Feldman; produced by Barry Manilow, Eddie Arkin and Emilio and The Jerks (Emilio Estefan, Jr., Joe Galdo and Lawrence Dermer); from Swing Street (1987)
“Let Me Be Your Wings (End Title Duet) (with Debra Byrd)” written by Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, and Jack Feldman; produced by Robbie Buchanan; from Thumbelina: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1994)
“Cherish / Windy (with The Association)” written by Terry Kirkman / Ruthann Friedman; produced by Barry Manilow, Clive Davis and David Benson; from The Greatest Songs Of The Sixties (2006)
“Look To The Rainbow (with Barbara Cook)” written by E.Y. Harburg and Burton Lane; produced by Barry Manilow and Eddie Arkin; from Showstoppers (1991)
“Islands In The Stream (with Reba McIntire)” written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, and Maurice Gibb; produced by Barry Manilow and Scott Erickson; from The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties (2008)
“Big City Blues (with Mel Torme (featuring Gerry Mulligan))” written by Barry Manilow and Adrienne Anderson; produced by Barry Manilow; from 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe (1984)
“On A Slow Boat To China (with Bette Midler)” written by Frank Loesser; produced by Barry Manilow and Robbie Buchanan; from the Bette Midler album Bette Midler Sings The Rosemary Clooney Songbook (2003)
“Run To Me (with Dionne Warwick)” written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, and Maurice Gibb; produced by Barry Manilow; from the Dionne Warwick album Finder Of Lost Loves (1985) and Barry’s album The Manilow Collection/Twenty Classic Hits
“Summertime (with Diane Schuur (featuring Stan Getz))” written by George Gershwin and Dubose Heyward; produced by Barry Manilow and Eddie Arkin; from Swing Street (1987)
“Sincerely / Teach Me Tonight (with Phyllis McGuire)” written by Alan Freed and Harvey Fuqua / Sammy Cahn and Gene DePaul; produced by Barry Manilow, Clive Davis and David Benson; from The Greatest Songs Of The Fifties (2006)
“Blue (with Sarah Vaughan)” written by Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, and Jack Feldman; produced by Barry Manilow; from 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe (1984)
“Now And Forever (with Sheena Easton)” written by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman; produced by Barry Manilow; from the Motion Picture release The Pebble And The Penguin (1995)
“I Won’t Be The One To Let Go (with Barbra Streisand)” written by Richard Marx and Barry Manilow; produced by Richard Marx and Walter Afanasieff; from the Barbra Streisand album Duets (2002)
“The Last Duet (with Lily Tomlin)” written by Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, and Jack Feldman; produced by Barry Manilow and Ron Dante; from the album Barry (1980)