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The Greatest Songs Of The Seventies (2010)

Barry Manilow

... read moreBarry Manilow not only lived through the '70s, but found most of his popular success during the Me Decade: he entered 1970 as a jingles writer and nightclub pianist but left 1979 as pop music's biggest star. While he was writing and performing the biggest hits of the decade, he undoubtedly was also...

1:8':21'' 18 Songs

1
The Way We Were
2:53
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2
My Eyes Adored You
3:33
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3
Bridge Over Troubled Water
4:54
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4
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?
3:30
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5
It Never Rains In Southern California
3:49
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6
You've Got A Friend (Duet With Melissa Manchester)
4:44
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7
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
3:57
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8
Sailing
4:36
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9
The Long And Winding Road
3:29
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10
(They Long To Be) Close To You
3:40
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11
If
2:49
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12
Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
4:06
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13
Mandy
3:24
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14
Weekend In New England
3:45
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15
Copacabana (At The Copa)
4:02
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16
Even Now
3:37
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17
Looks Like We Made It
3:33
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18
I Write The Songs
4:00
Barry Manilow
Released 10 February 2010, ℗ 2007 Arista Records LLC, a unit of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
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