Barry Manilow

Singin’ With the Big Bands

Singin’ With The Big Bands [2:28]
Sentimental Journey [3:19]
And The Angels Sing [3:04]
Green Eyes [3:19]
I Should Care [3:02]
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore [2:58]
I Can’t Get Started [4:29]
Chattanooga Choo Choo [3:24]
Moonlight Serenade [4:50]
On The Sunny Side Of The Street [3:26]
All Or Nothing At All [3:02]
I’ll Never Smile Again [3:08]
I’m Gettin’ Sentimental Over You [3:27]
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree [2:52]
(I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time [2:31]
Where Does The Time Go? [3:10]

Produced by Phil Ramone and Barry Manilow
Release Date: October 11, 1994
Recorded at Edison Studios in New York City (Engineer – Gary Chester; Assistant Engineer – Yvonne Yedibalian), Capitol Studios in Hollywood (Engineer – John Richards, Assistant Engineers – Peter Doell, Charlie Paakkari), Westlake Studios in Los Angeles (Engineers – Allen Abrahamson, Bill Molina; Assistant Engineer – Bryan Carrigan), Ocean Way Studios in Hollywood (Engineers – Don Hahn, John Richards; Assistant Engineers – Noel Hazen, Al Sanderson), and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles (Engineer – Allen Abrahamson; Assistant Engineers – Mike Kloster, Brian Soucy, Mike Piersante)
Mixed by Don Murray at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles (Assistant Engineer – Mike Kloster)
Mastered by Wally Traugott at Tower Mastering/Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Digitally Edited by Larry Walsh at Tower Mastering/Capitol Studios
Project Coordination – New York (Jill Dell’Abate for Dell’Abate Productions), Los Angeles (Susanne Marie Edgren and Chie Masumoto for Humble Heart Music, Marc Hulett and Roland Baker for Stiletto Entertainment)
Assistant to Barry Manilow – Marc Hulett
Special Thanks to Clive Davis, Garry Kief, Steve Wax, Marc Hulett, Don Ovens, Melanie Baldwin, Roland Baker, Roy Lott, Dick Wingate, Milton Sincoff, Jim Urie, Ken Levy, Tom Ennis, Phil Wild, Bruce Schoen, Mark Rizzo, Russell Sicklick, Susan Mendola, Allen Grubman, Paul Schindler, Joe Brenner
Management – Garry Kief, Steve Wax, Edna Collison (Stiletto Entertainment)
Barry Manilow International Fan Club (Los Angeles, California) listed, for more information
Art Direction – Susan Mendola
Photography – Timothy White
Set Design – William Rohlfing for Bill the Set Builder
Stylist – Wayne Scot Lukas
Grooming – Joe J. Simon for OZ, NY
Art Coordinator – Amy Finkle
Location – Photos shot at the legendary Rainbow Room, high atop Rockefeller Center in New York City
Band Members – Kirk Bonin, Richard (Dickie) Harris, Nicholas Manville, Robert Wieger, John Schenk, Brad Ross, Bill Wilson, Cord Himelstein, Christopher Stern
“Singin’ With The Big Bands” (1994) Written by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman; Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc., Appoggiatura Music (BMI); Arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler
“Sentimental Journey” (1944) Featuring Les Brown and his Band of Renown; Morley Music Co. (ASCAP); Conducted by Les Brown; Based on the original Les Brown arrangement; Re-arranged by Jay Hill
“And The Angels Sing” (1939) Originally recorded by The Benny Goodman Orchestra; WB Music Corp. (ASCAP); Based on the original Benny Goodman arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Dick Hyman; Trumpet solo – Warren Leuning
“Green Eyes” (1941) Featuring The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra with Rosemary Clooney; Peer International Corp. (BMI); Leader – Jim Miller, Based on the original Jimmy Dorsey arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Mike Melvoin
“I Should Care” (1945) Originally recorded by The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra; Cahn Music Company, admin. by WB Music Corp., Hanover Music Corp. & Stordahll Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP); Arranged and Conducted by Mike Melvoin
“Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” (1940) Featuring The Duke Ellington Orchestra; EMI Robbins Catalogue Inc., Marrison Music Corp. (ASCAP); Leader – Mercer Ellington; Based on the original Duke Ellington arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Mike Melvoin; Alto saxophone solo – Charlie Young
“I Can’t Get Started” (1938) Originally recorded by The Bunny Berigan Orchestra; Chappell & Co., Ira Gershwin Music, admin. by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP); Based on the original Bunny Berigan arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Dick Hyman; Trumpet solo – Warren Luening
“Chattanooga Choo Choo” (1941) Featuring The Glenn Miller Orchestra; EMI Feist Catalogue Inc. (ASCAP); Leader – Larry O’Brien; Vocal arrangement by Debra Byrd; Background vocals by Debra Byrd, Kevin DiSimone, Margaret Dorn and James Jolis
“Moonlight Serenade” (1939) Originally recorded by The Glenn Miller Orchestra; EMI Robbins Catalogue Inc. (ASCAP); Arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler
“On The Sunny Side Of The Street” (1945) Featuring The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra; Aldi Music, Ireneadele Publishing Co. (ASCAP); Leader – Buddy Morrow; Original arrangement by Sy Oliver; Background vocals by Jon Joyce, Don Shelton, Donna Davidson and Susan Boyd
“All Or Nothing At All” (1939) Featuring The Harry James Orchestra; MCA Music Publishing, a Division of MCA Inc., MPL Communications Inc. (ASCAP); Leader – Art DePew; Based on the original Harry James arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler
“I’ll Never Smile Again” (1940) Featuring The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra; MCA Music Publishing, a Division of MCA Inc. (ASCAP); Leader – Buddy Morrow; Based on the original Tommy Dorsey arrangement; Re-arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler; Trombone solo – Buddy Morrow
“I’m Gettin’ Sentimental Over You (1936) Originally recorded by The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra; Mills Music, Inc. (ASCAP); Arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler; Trombone solo – Bill Watrous
“Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree (1942) Featuring The Glenn Miller Orchestra with Debra Byrd; EMI Robbins Catalogue Inc., Ched Music Corp. (ASCAP); Leader – Larry O’Brien; Vocal arrangement by Debra Byrd; Background vocals by Debra Byrd, Kevin DiSimone, Margaret Dorn and James Jolis
“(I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time” (1941) Originally Recorded by The Andrews Sisters; Jerry Vogel Music Co., Inc., Broadway Music Corp. (ASCAP); Arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler; Vocal arrangement by Jon Joyce; Background vocals by Jon Joyce, Don Shelton, Donna Davidson and Susan Boyd
“Where Does The Time Go?” (1994) Written by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman; Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc., Appoggiatura Music (BMI); Arranged and Conducted by Artie Butler