Barry Manilow - Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow

  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Release Date: 1989-01-05
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1989 Arista Records, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Please Don't Be Scared Barry Manilow 5:36 USD 1.29
Keep Each Other Warm Barry Manilow 4:36 USD 1.29
Once and for All Barry Manilow 4:18 USD 1.29
The One That Got Away Barry Manilow 3:55 USD 1.29
When the Good Times Come Again Barry Manilow 4:31 USD 1.29
Some Good Things Never Last Barry Manilow 4:50 USD 1.29
In Another World Barry Manilow 4:14 USD 1.29
You Begin Again Barry Manilow 3:59 USD 1.29
My Moonlight Memories of You Barry Manilow 4:46 USD 1.29
Anyone Can Do the Heartbreak Barry Manilow 4:24 USD 1.29
A Little Travelling Music, Ple Barry Manilow 4:25 USD 1.29


  • very weak for manilow

    By TonyFromSyracuse
    some nice songs here that manilow played long before recording.....please dont be scared....some good things never last...where the live versions sounded warm and beautiful and lush....the studio versions sounded tinny and weak and plastic sounding. I think he made the mistake of arranging too much according to the time where the usage of teen pop arrangements must have made an impression on him and he tried hard to sound contemporary but it just didnt sound good.
  • Fantastic return to Pop!

    By Jeffs
    Keep each other warm and The One that Got Away best tracks on cd! Of course A little Traveling Music is a gem! Pure Manilow here. Key changes, ballads that build, and songs that make you feel good!
  • An Overlooked Gem

    By a song 4u
    I remember watching a late-night talk show and seeing Barry Manilow perform "Keep Each Other Warm." It would prove to be a moderate hit from this album, made past his commercial prime. Standout tracks from this cd include "Please Don't Be Scared" and "A Little Travelling Music, Please" Arista was really getting know for it's sonics and audiophiles were fans, although this cd may come off a bit quiet by today's standards. The songs here are mostly introspective and Barry was posed on the cover looking pensive complete with trendy manicured facial stubble. Outside of the climax of "Keep Each Other Warm" Barry's vocal is subdued, only going "full voice" for one song. Orchestra was widely used by Barry early on but strings are traded for electric keyboards and string simulators but this album with it's tender readings comes off warm.

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