Barry Manilow

Greatest Hits Vol. II

SIDE 1
Ships [3:46]
Some Kind Of Friend [4:04]
I Made It Through The Rain [4:08]
Read ‘Em And Weep [5:28]
Put A Quarter In The Jukebox (with Ronnie Milsap) [3:27]
Somewhere Down The Road [3:58]
SIDE 2
One Voice [4:08]
The Old Songs [4:14]
Let’s Hang On [3:08]
Memory [4:54]
You’re Looking Hot Tonight [3:57]

This Album is Dedicated to the Memory of My Friend Aaron Gold.
All tracks previously released except “You’re Looking Hot Tonight”, “Put A Quarter In The Jukebox” and “Read ‘Em And Weep”
Production Coordinator – Eric Borenstein
Assistant to Barry Manilow – Roger Wall
Art Direction – Ria Lewerke
Photography – Jay Thompson
Grooming – Richard Bradshaw and Charles Mercuri
Special Thanks to Clive Davis, Garry Kief, Richard Goldman, Les Joyce, Walt Zifkin, Miles Lourie, Michael Ameen, Paul Bloch, Warren Cowan, Tucker Cheadle, Roberta Kent, Nina Foch, Karl Ellis, Lou Genetti, Alice and Bob, Irene Minett, Edna M., Susan Swanson, Jeanie Graber, Bill Swan, Jack Pierce, Victor Vanacore and The World’s Greatest Band, The World’s Best Back-Up Singers and Gary Speakman and The World’s Greatest Road Crew . . . and, of course, Linda, Bagel and Biscuit.
Barry Manilow International Fan Club (Covina, California) listed
Free Barry Manilow Greatest Hits Poster offer/insert
“You’re Looking Hot Tonight”, 1983 Townsway Music (BMI); Produced by Jack White; Arranged by Barry Manilow and Michael Boddicker; Recorded by Humberto Gatica; Mixed by Juergen Koppers; Recorded at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles; Westlake Recorders, Los Angeles; Bodifications, Los Angeles; Synthesizers – Michael Boddicker; Guitar – Paul M. Jackson, Jr.; Bass – Leland Sklar; Drums – Carlos Vega and Mike Baird; All Vocals by Barry Manilow; Contractors – Shaun Harris and Trevor Veitch
“Put A Quarter In The Jukebox”, 1983 Townsway Music (BMI); Produced and Arranged by Arif Mardin and Barry Manilow; Recorded by Jeremy Smith; Assisted by Terry Christian; Additional Recording and Mixed by Michael O’Reilly; Assisted by Dan Nash; Recorded at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles; Atlantic Recording, New York; Right Track Recording, New York; Mixed at Atlantic Recording, New York; Acoustic Piano – Barry Manilow; Yamaha JS-1 and all Synthesizers – David Foster; Guitar – Dan Huff; Bass – Neil Stubenhaus; Drums – Carlos Vega; Additional Synclavier – Bob Christianson; Simmons Drums Programmer – Reek Havoc; Tambourine – Joe Mardin; Background Vocals – Tom Kelly, Jon Joyce, Tom Funderburk and Barry Manilow; Concertmaster – Gene Orloff; Contractor – Frank DiCaro; Special Thanks to David Foster
“Read ‘Em And Weep”, 1981 Edward Marks Music Corp (BMI), Neverland Music Publishing Co. (BMI), Peg Music Co. (BMI); Produced and Directed by Jim Steinman; Arranged by Jim Steinman and The Band; Associate Producer – John Jansen; Guitar – Davey Johnstone; Drums – Nigel Olsson; Bass – Dee Murray; Piano – Sterling Smith; Backing Vocals and Arrangements – Rory Dodd, Eric Troyer, Holly Sherwood; Synthesizers – Roger Powell; Percussion – Jimmy Maelen; Recorded at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, and Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park; Engineer – Greg Edwards; Additional Recording at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands; Engineer – Janfred Arendsen; Skyline Studios, New York; Engineer – Arthur Payson; Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York City; Production Coordination by Don Ketteler
LP inner sleeve contains lyrics for previously unavailable tracks