Barry Manilow

Manilow

SIDE 1
I’m Your Man [4:53]
It’s All Behind Us Now [4:08]
In Search Of Love [4:08]
He Doesn’t Care (But I Do) [4:16]
Some Sweet Day [5:06]
Sakura *
Don’t Talk To Me Of Love (Duet with Mirielle Mattieu) **
Con Chi Sei (Some Sweet Day) ***
SIDE 2
At The Dance [3:55]
If You Were Here With Me Tonight [4:55]
Sweet Heaven (I’m In Love Again) (from the Movie “Copacabana”) [4:05]
Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing (Duet with Muffy Hendrix) [3:13]
It’s A Long Way Up [3:30]
In Search Of Love (Duet with Hideki Saijo) *
Amare Chi Si Manchi Tu (Who Needs To Dream) ***

Originally Released in 1985; Re-released as special Bonus CD during QVC promotion for “The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties”, November 20, 2008 (RCA/Legacy 88697 42903 2)
All songs produced by Howie Rice and Barry Manilow, EXCEPT “Some Sweet Day”, “At The Dance” produced by Michael Delugg and Barry Manilow; “He Doesn’t Care (But I Do)” produced by Kevin DiSimone and Barry Manilow; “If You Were Here With Me Tonight” produced by George Duke for George Duke Enterprises, Inc.; and “Sweet Heaven (I’m In Love Again)” produced by Bob Gaudio and Barry Manilow.
Art Direction – Ria Lewerke
Photography – Matthew Rolston
Design – Sue Reilly
Stylist – Martin Leger
Executive in Charge of Production – Eric Borenstein
Assistant to Barry Manilow – Marc Hulett
Mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Special Thanks to Garry Kief, Steve Wax, Jose Menendez, Richard Goldman, Les Joyce, Irene Minett, Michael Ameen, Roberta Kent, Tucker Cheadle, Lou Genetti, Rebecca Larsen, and of course, Linda, Bagel and Biscuit
* Bonus Tracks on Japanese release of “Manilow” (RCA RPL-8316, JPL-1-8930); “Sakura” produced by Michael Delugg; “In Search Of Love (Duet with Hideki Saijo)” produced by Tasuku Okamura, Barry Manilow and Howie Rice
** Bonus Track on French release of “Manilow”
*** Included on Italian release of “Manilow”
“At The Dance”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Angela Music (BMI), Chazzee Music (ASCAP) Engineer – Michael Delugg; Production Assistant to Michael Delugg – Vivian Delugg; String Arrangement – Alan Foust; Keyboards – Ron Pedley, Kevin DiSimone, John P. Shenale & Victor Vanacore; Guitar – John Pondel; Bass – Will Lee & Marc Levine; Drums – Bud Harner; Drum Programming – Pate Moshay; Percussion – Paulinho da Costa; Background Vocals – Tom Kelly, Tom Funderburk, Kevin DiSimone, James Jolis & Barry Hirshberg; Recorded at Ambience Studios (Detroit), Lionshare Recording (Los Angeles), Sheffield Recording (Baltimore), The Record Plant (Los Angeles), and Sigma Sound (New York); Michael Delugg wishes to thank Susanna Greco at Sigma Sound and Eric Borenstein at Stiletto, Ltd.
“I’m Your Man”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Nelana Music (BMI) c/o Townsway Music, Limited Funds Music (BMI); Engineered by John Boghosian; Mixed by Michael Delugg; Production Assistant to Howie Rice – Michael Glick; Eight Lead Vocals – Barry Manilow; Keyboards – Howie Rice and Barry Manilow; Additional Synthesizers – John P. Shenale; Grand Piano – Raymond Crossley; Bass – Howie Rice; Drums – Howie Rice, Barry Manilow and John Robinson; Percussion – Terral Santiel; Background Vocals – Jon Lind, Billy Hughes and Jason Scheff; Assistant Track Engineers – Steve Hirsh, David Eaton and Julie Last; Assistant Mix Engineer – Julie Last; Additional Engineer – John Arrias; Recorded at Cherokee Recording (Los Angeles), Studio 55 (Los Angeles) and Village Recorders (West Los Angeles); Mixed at Larabee Recording (Los Angeles)
“It’s All Behind Us Now”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Nelana Music (BMI) c/o Townsway Music, Limited Funds Music (BMI); Engineered and Mixed by John Arrias; Production Assistant to Howie Rice – Michael Glick; String Arrangement – Howie Rice and Barry Fasman; Grand Piano – Barry Manilow; Keyboards – Howie Rice; Bass – Neil Stubenhaus; Drums – Rick Shlosser; Background Vocals – Oren Waters, Luther Waters, Jon Lind, Jason Scheff and Billy Hughes; Assistant Track Engineer – David Eaton; Assistant Mix Engineer – Kraig Miller and Julie Last; Recorded at Cherokee Recording (Los Angeles), Studio 55 (Los Angeles) and Village Recorders (West Los Angeles); Mixed at Studio 55 (Los Angeles)
“In Search Of Love”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Nelana Music (BMI) c/o Townsway Music, Limited Funds Music (BMI); Engineered and Mixed by John Arrias; Production Assistant to Howie Rice – Michael Glick; String Arrangement – Howie Rice and Barry Fasman; Keyboards – Howie Rice; Guitar – Howie Rice; Bass – Howie Rice; Drums – John Robinson; Percussion – Terral Santiel; Background Vocals – Oren Waters, Luther Waters, Jon Lind, Jason Scheff and Billy Hughes; Assistant Track Engineer – David Eaton; Assistant Mix Engineer – Kraig Miller and Julie Last; Additional Engineer – Glen Holguin; Recorded at Cherokee Recording (Los Angeles); Mixed at Studio 55 (Los Angeles)
“He Doesn’t Care (But I Do)”, 1985 DiSimone Music (BMI) c/o Townsway Music, Tasteful Shoo-wops Music (ASCAP) c/o Cityscape Music; Engineers – Joe Marciano and Tommy Vicari; Mixed by Tommy Vicari; Arranger – Kevin DiSimone; Keyboards, Linn Drums, Yamaha Grand Piano, Yamaha DX-7, Roland Super Jupiter, Synclavier – Kevin DiSimone; Guitar – John Pondel; Additional Bass – Marc Levine; Drums – Bud Harner; Oberheimer Programming – Ron Pedley; Drum Programming – Bud Harner; Synclavier Programmed by Kevin Jones; Background Vocals – Kevin DiSimone and Barry Manilow; Assistant Engineers – Bruce Smith and Khaliq Glover; Recorded at Media Sound (New York) and Lionshare Recording (Los Angeles)
“Some Sweet Day”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Angela Music (BMI); Engineer – Michael Delugg; Production Assistant to Michael Delugg – Vivian Delugg; String Arrangement – Alan Foust; Keyboards – Ron Pedley, Kevin DiSimone, Randy Kerber and Victor Vanacore; Guitar – John Pondel; Bass – Will Lee and Marc Levine; Drums – Bud Harner; Drum Programming – Pete Moshay; Percussion – Paulinho da Costa; Background Vocals – Tom Kelly, Tom Funderburk, Kevin DiSimone, James Jolis and Barry Hirschberg; Recorded at Ambience Sound (Detroit), Lionshare Recording (Los Angeles), Sheffield Recording (Baltimore), The Record Plant (Los Angeles) and Sigma Sound (New York); Michael Delugg wishes to thank Susanna Greco at Sigma Sound and Eric Borenstein at Stiletto, Ltd.
“If You Were Here With Me Tonight”, 1985 Cityscape Music (ASCAP), Townsway Music (BMI); Engineered by Tommy Vicari & Erik Zobler; Mixed by Tommy Vicari; Production Assistant to George Duke – Alice Murrell; String Arrangement by George Del Barrio; Contractor – Bill Hughes; Acoustic Piano, Yamaha TX-8 – Randy Kerber; Lead Guitar – Michael Landau; Acoustic and Rhythm Guitar – Paul Jackson, Jr.; Bass – “Ready” Freddy Washington; Drums – John Robinson; Synclavier II – George Duke; Strings Recorded at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles; Assistant Engineer at Lionshare – Khaliq Glover; Recorded at Lionshare Recording (Los Angeles) and Le Gonks West (Los Angeles); Mixed at Lionshare Recording (Los Angeles)
“Sweet Heaven (I’m In Love Again)”, 1985 Townsway Music (BMI), Appoggiatura Music (BMI), Camp Songs Music (BMI) all c/o Townsway Music; Recorded by Anthony V. D’Amico; Mixed by Michael Delugg; Production Assistant to Bob Gaudio – Bob Sutton; Orchestration and Arrangement by Artie Butler; Rhythm Tracks Arranged by Bob Gaudio and Barry Manilow; Conducted by Victor Vanacore; Contractor – Shaun Harris; Piano – Randy Kerber; Synthesizer and Programming – John P. Shenale; Guitar – John Pondel; Bass – Neil Stubenhaus; Drums – Bud Harner; Drum Programming – Pete Moshay; Saxophone – Joel C. Peskin; Background Vocals – Tom Kelly, Steve George, Bob Carlisle; Assistant Track Engineer – Jimmy Preziosi; Assistant Mix Engineer – Daniel Reed; Recorded at Sound Labs (Hollywood); Mixed at Larabee Recording (Los Angeles)
“Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing”, 1967 Jobete Music Company Inc. (ASCAP); Engineered and Mixed by John Arrias; Production Assistant to Howie Rice – Michael Glick; String Arrangement by Howie Rice and Barry Fasman; Keyboards – Howie Rice and Jon Gilutin; Guitar – Howie Rice; Bass – Lequeint “Duke” Jobe; Percussion – Terral Santiel; Drums – Kerry Ashby and Howard Rice; Background Vocals – Jason Scheff, Billy Hughes, Jon Lind, Luther Waters and Oren Waters; Assistant Track Engineer – David Eaton; Assistant Mix Engineer – Kraig Miller and Julie Last; Additional Engineeer – Glen Holguin; Contractor – Shaun Harris; Recorded at Cherokee Recording (Los Angeles); Mixed at Studio 55 (Los Angeles); Additional Overdubs at Capitol Recording Studios (Hollywood)
“It’s A Long Way Up”, 1985 Cityscape Music (ASCAP), Townsway Music (BMI); Engineered by John Arrias; Mixed by Michael Delugg; Production Assistant to Howie Rice – Michael Glick; Keyboards – Howie Rice; Piano – Ron Pedley; Guitar – Howie Rice; Bass – Howie Rice; Drums – Bud Harner; Drum Programming – Pete Moshay; Percussion – Terral Santiel; Background Vocals – Jon Lind, Jason Scheff, Billy Hughes, Oren Waters and Luther Waters; Assistant Track Engineer – David Eaton; Assistant Mix Engineer – Kraig Miller and Julie Last; Additional Engineer – Bruce Robb; Recorded at Cherokee Recording (Los Angeles); Mixed at Studio 55 (Los Angeles)
“Good Deal (a treasure trove of tour memorabilia)” insert/offer for a $1.00 1983 Hot Tonight Tour program (32 pages of full color photos) OR a 1984 “Paradise Cafe” Tour cap (bright white with the colorful logo on the top) OR a 1985 “Copacabana” Tour sticker OR sew-on patch (in all the tropical colors); also includes a Souvenir Shopping List and a Gift Certificate good for $2.00 on your next order AND an Official BMIFC Pocketlight.
Barry Manilow International Fan Club in Los Angeles, California, listed