Barry Manilow song discography
Barry Manilow was a pop ballad singer and writer. Barry Manilow had three number one songs. Also, for many years, Barry Manilow's Bandstand Boogie was the theme of TV show American Bandstand.
Barry Manilow had many famous remakes.
, 1976 took Somewhere In The Night to Helen Reddy .
The number 13 Barry Manilow version hit 1979 .
In 1942, Harry James And His Orchestra made the song I Don't Want To Walk Without You famous. The number 4 Barry Manilow version was moderately popular.
In 1980 , 1965 took Let's Hang On to The 4 Seasons . Barry Manilow's number 3 version hit 1982 .
In number 9 , 1978 took I Go Crazy to Paul Davis . Barry Manilow's number 2 live version of the song received some radio airplay.
In 1976, 1990 had a England Dan And John Ford Coley song with I'd Really Love To See You Tonight. The number one Barry Manilow version received light music airplay.
1997 was done by many artists, including, in 1955, Les Baxter, Roy Hamilton, and Al Hibbler, and, at later times, Unchained Melody , Vito & The Salutations, Andy Williams , The Righteous Brothers , Elvis Presley , George Benson , Gareth Gates, and many more.
Let's Take Some Time To Say Goodbye
It's A Miracle
I Write The Songs
Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again
This One's For You
Weekend In New England
Looks Like We Made It
It's Just Another New Year's Eve
Can't Smile Without You
Copacabana (At The Copa)
Ready To Take A Chance Again
Somewhere In The Night
When I Wanted You
I Don't Want To Walk Without You
I Made It Through The Rain
Somewhere Down The Road
I Wanna Do It With You
Some Kind Of Friend
Read 'Em And Weep
You're Lookin' Hot Tonight
When October Goes
In Search Of Love
Keep Each Other Warm
I Can't Get Started
I'd Really Love To See You Tonight
Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
Never Gonna Give You Up
Bring On Tomorrow
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