Barry Manilow

This One’s For You

SIDE 1
This One’s For You [3:25]
Daybreak [3:10]
You Oughta Be Home With Me [3:13]
Jump Shout Boogie [3:03]
Weekend In New England [3:43]
SIDE 2
Riders To The Stars [3:47]
Let Me Go [3:58]
Looks Like We Made It [3:33]
Say The Words [2:53]
All The Time [3:15]
(Why Don’t You) See The Show Again [4:32]

Re-issued (Expanded Edition) CD (Arista/Legacy 82876 86719 2, 10/10/2006) includes bonus tracks “Don’t Throw It All Away [3:21]”, “Can’t Go Back Anymore [3:18]”, “This Is Fine [3:13]” and “I Really Do Write The Songs [3:02]”
Produced by Ron Dante and Barry Manilow
Arranged by Barry Manilow
Recording Engineer: Michael Delugg
Background Vocals by Lady Flash (Monica Burruss, Debra Byrd and the Lady in the Middle with the Very Strange Name), Barry Manilow and Ron Dante
Cover Design & Photography: Lee Gurst
Recorded and Mixed at Mediasound, NYC
Special Thanks to my orchestrators (Gerald Alters, Charlie Calello, Dick Berkhe, and Van McCoy), my lyricists (Adrienne, Marty, and Bruce), my band “City Rhythm” (Lee Gurst, Steven Donaghey, Alan Axelrod, and my girls Lady Flash), Miles Lourie, Clive Davis, Debbie Gray, Dick Fox, Richard DiOrio, Jerry Sosnik, and of course, Linda and Bagel
“This One’s For You”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp. BMI; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters; Drums – Lee Gurst; Bass – Steven Donaghey; Guitars – Richard Resnicoff & Dennis Farac; Keyboards – Alan Axelrod; Piano – Barry Manilow
“Daybreak”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp./Angela Music BMI; Strings and horns orchestrated by Charlie Calello; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitars – David Spinoza & Gerry Friedman; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Piano – Barry Manilow; Congas – Carlos Martin
“You Oughta Be Home With Me”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp./Angeldust Music; Strings and horns orchestrated by Van McCoy; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitars – David Spinoza & Gerry Friedman; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Piano – Barry Manilow; Congas – Carlos Martin
“Jump Shout Boogie”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp./Appoggiatura Music Inc. BMI; Horns orchestrated by Dick Berkhe; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitars – David Spinoza & Gerry Friedman; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Congas and Grunts – Carlos Martin
“Weekend In New England”, 1975 Unart Music Corp./Piano Picker Music BMI; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters; Drums – Lee Gurst; Bass – Steven Donaghey; Guitar – Richard Resnicoff; Keyboards – Alan Axelrod; Piano – Barry Manilow
“Riders To The Stars”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp./Angeldust Music; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters and Barry Manilow; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitar – David Spinoza & Gerry Friedman; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Piano – Barry Manilow; Congas – Carlos Martin
“Let Me Go”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp.; Horns orchestrated by Dick Berkhe; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitars – David Spinoza & Richard Resnicoff; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Piano – Barry Manilow; Congas – Carlos Martin
“Looks Like We Made It”, 1976 Irving Music Inc. BMI; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters; Drums – Lee Gurst; Bass – Steven Donaghey; Guitar – Richard Resnicoff; Keyboards – Alan Axelrod; Piano – Barry Manilow
“Say The Words”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp.; Drums – Lee Gurst; Bass – Steven Donaghey; Guitars – Richard Resnicoff, Dennis Farac, and Ron Dante; Keyboards – Alan Axelrod; Piano – Barry Manilow
“All The Time”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp. BMI; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters; Drums – Lee Gurst; Bass – Steven Donaghey; Guitars – Richard Resnicoff & Dennis Farac; Keyboards – Alan Axelrod; Piano – Barry Manilow
“See The Show Again”, 1976 Kamakazi Music Corp./Angeldust Music; Strings and horns orchestrated by Gerald Alters; Drums – Ron Zito; Bass – Will Lee; Guitars – Richard Resnicoff & David Spinoza; Keyboards – Paul Schaeffer; Piano – Barry Manilow
LP inner sleeve contains lyrics