The Greatest Songs of the Seventies Album Cover Art

Barry Manilow

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Barry Manilow The Greatest Songs of the Seventies Cover Art

Tracklist


CD 1
  • 1 The Way We Were
    length: 2:53
    lead vocals: Barry Manilow
    composer: Marvin Hamlisch
    lyricist: Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman
  • 2 My Eyes Adored You
    length: 3:33
    writer: Kenny Nolan, Bob Crewe
  • 3 Bridge Over Troubled Water
    length: 4:54
    lead vocals: Barry Manilow
    lyricist: Paul Simon
    composer: Paul Simon
  • 4 How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
    length: 3:30
    lead vocals: Barry Manilow
    writer: Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb
  • 5 It Never Rains in Southern California
    length: 3:50
    writer: Mike Hazlewood, Albert Hammond
  • 6 You’ve Got a Friend
    length: 4:45
    vocal: Melissa Manchester and Barry Manilow
    composer: Carole King
    lyricist: Carole King
  • 7 He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother
    length: 3:57
    writer: Bobby Scott, Bob Russell
  • 8 Sailing
    length: 4:36
    composer: Christopher Cross
    lyricist: Christopher Cross
  • 9 The Long and Winding Road
    length: 3:29
    lead vocals: Barry Manilow
    writer: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  • 10 (They Long to Be) Close to You
    length: 3:40
    composer: Burt Bacharach
    lyricist: Hal David
  • 11 If
    length: 2:49
    composer: David Gates
    lyricist: David Gates
  • 12 Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word
    length: 4:06
    lyricist: Bernie Taupin
    composer: Elton John
  • 13 Mandy (acoustic)
    length: 3:24
    composer: Richard Kerr
    lyricist: Scott English
  • 14 Weekend in New England (acoustic)
    length: 3:45
    composer: Randy Edelman
    lyricist: Randy Edelman
  • 15 Copacabana (At the Copa) (acoustic)
    length: 4:02
    composer: Barry Manilow
    lyricist: Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman
  • 16 Even Now (acoustic)
    length: 3:37
    lyricist: Marty Panzer
    composer: Barry Manilow
  • 17 Looks Like We Made It (acoustic)
    length: 3:33
    lyricist: Will Jennings
    composer: Richard Kerr
  • 18 I Write the Songs (acoustic)
    lyricist: Bruce Johnston
    composer: Bruce Johnston