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Barry Manilow: Live 1977 For anyone who was disappointed by Barry Manilow's 1997 tour, here's a suggestion: If it's camp you're looking for, 1977's Barry Manilow Live from 1977 delivers what you missed. Here Manilow drives home every schmaltzy hit of his early career with absolutely no apologies. The years hadn't given him the self-awareness he now displays. On Live, he sings his kitschy love songs with all the earnestness of Johnny Mathis. Two of the CD's standouts, however, are medleys drawn from American Bandstand and commercials. (Manilow started his career as a jinglesmith, composing themes for Dr. Pepper, Band-Aids, and State Farm Insurance, not to mention singing "You Deserve a Break Today" for McDonald's. Manilow sings his jingles as if he were trying to land them in the Top 10. --Steve Gdula
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|Item Weight:||1 pounds|
|Item Size:||5.75 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||1 pounds|
|Package Size:||12.01 x 0.98 x 0.98 inches|
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By Image Entertainment
mpn: ID2956EJDVD, ean: 0014381295627,
SONGS: S'Wonderful - Am I That Easy to Forget - Last of the Romantics - Man without Love - After The Lovin' - Too Young - You Make My Pants Want To Get Up and Dance - A Chance To Be A Hero - There's No Good In Goodbye - Honky Tonk World - Last Waltz - Somebody Like You - Cry - Totally Amazing - Cuando Cuando - I Wish You Love - Spanish Eyes - Love Me With All of Your Heart - Release Me - My Way - Columns of GrayFactory sealed DVD.
By Be Good
NTSC/Region 0. One amazing night in 1972, the greats of swing - Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Bennie Goodman - came together at New York's Philharmonic Hall for a jazz blowout. Joined by Dizzy Gillespie, hosted by Doc Severinson (then in his glory years at the helm of NBC's 'Tonight Show' band), these jazz pioneers reveled in the numbers with which they had changed the face of popular music more than thirty years before. And the whole thing was captured, before an