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Greatest Songs of the Eighties
     

The Greatest Songs of the Eighties

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by Barry Manilow
 

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Barry Manilow follows up his top-selling albums of hits from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s with this collection of gems from the '80s. The set includes classic songs by Chicago, Cyndi Lauper, Stevie Wonder, Phil Collins, and more, with Reba McEntire appearing with Barry in a version of the Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton duet "Islands in the Stream."

Overview

Barry Manilow follows up his top-selling albums of hits from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s with this collection of gems from the '80s. The set includes classic songs by Chicago, Cyndi Lauper, Stevie Wonder, Phil Collins, and more, with Reba McEntire appearing with Barry in a version of the Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton duet "Islands in the Stream."

Product Details

Release Date:
11/25/2008
Label:
Arista
UPC:
0886973716120
catalogNumber:
737161
Rank:
55360

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Barry Manilow   Primary Artist,Piano,Background Vocals
Gary Foster   Flute
Dave Koz   Saxophone
Ron Dante   Background Vocals
Eddie Arkin   Guitar
Darius Campo   Violin
Oscar Castro-Neves   Guitar
Larry Corbett   Celli
Jim Cox   Keyboards
Randy Crenshaw   Background Vocals
Joel Derouin   Violin
Assa Drori   Violin,Concert Master
Ronald Folsom   Violin
Jeff Gunn   Background Vocals
Ray Herrmann   Horn
Greg Huckins   Flute
Roland Kato   Viola
Randy Kerber   Piano
Armen Ksadjikian   Celli
Michael Lloyd   Percussion,Background Vocals
Charlie Morgan   Drums
Greg O'Connor   Piano,Background Vocals
James Pankow   Horn
Tim Pierce   Guitar
Anatoly Rosinsky   Violin
Jason Scheff   Background Vocals
Haim Shtrum   Violin
Lee Sklar   Bass
Sheridon Stokes   Flute
Lee Thornburg   Horn
Cecilia Tsan   Celli
Marcia Dickstein   Harp
Daniel Kelley   French Horn
Christina Soule   Celli
John Walz   Celli
Johana Krejci   Violin
Vangie Gunn   Background Vocals
Irina Voloshina   Violin
Liane Mautner   Violin
David Rozenblatt   Percussion
Windy Wagner   Background Vocals
Ira Glansbeek   Celli
Lisa Dondlinger   Violin
Becky Bunnell   Violin
Songa Lee   Violin
John "Hot Fat Reynolds" Ferraro   Drums
Raymond Kobler   Violin
Tereza Stanislav   Violin
Alma Fernandez   Viola
Scott Erickson   Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Rita Weber   Violin
James Atkinson   French Horn
Phillip Levy   Violin
Steven Becknell   French Horn
Kala Balch   Background Vocals
Brian O'Connor   French Horn

Technical Credits

Reba McEntire   Duet
Phil Collins   Composer
Christopher Cross   Composer
Cyndi Lauper   Composer
Barry Manilow   Arranger,Producer
George Michael   Composer
Steve Perry   Composer
Andrew Ridgeley   Composer
Peter Allen   Composer
Burt Bacharach   Composer
Jonathan Cain   Composer
Robin Gibb   Composer
Barry Gibb   Composer
Oscar Castro-Neves   Arranger
Peter Cetera   Composer
Clive Davis   Producer
Maurice Gibb   Composer
Garry Kief   Executive Producer
Nathaniel Kunkel   Engineer
Michael Leonard   Engineer
Michael Lloyd   Arranger,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Engineer
Richard Marx   Composer
Van Morrison   Composer
Greg O'Connor   Arranger,Programming,Producer
James Pankow   Horn Arrangements
Bill Schnee   Engineer
Mike Stock   Composer
Pete Waterman   Composer
Stevie Wonder   Composer
Bob Kearney   Rhythm Engineer
Erwin Gorostiza   Art Direction
Nigel Lundemo   Engineer
Ken Sluiter   Engineer
Donald Markowitz   Composer
George Leger   Engineer
Scott Seviour   Artist Development
Matt Aiken   Composer
Scott Erickson   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Engineer
M. Jeffrey Lloyd   Engineer

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The Greatest Songs of the Eighties 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the songs on this cd can't wait to get it. Sure to be a hit!
dragon10 More than 1 year ago
this had so much potential! Sounds like he mailed it in - no pazzazz at all! Was he singing in his sleep when he recorded this? got it for Christmas & gonna sell it a Half Price Books next week - huge disappointment
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