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Download links and information about Live by Barry Manilow. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:42:43 minutes.

Artist: Barry Manilow
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:42:43
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No. Title Length
1. Riders to the Stars (Live) 4:52
2. Why Don't We Live Together (Live) 3:42
3. Looks Like We Made It (Live) 3:58
4. Let Me Go (Live) 4:00
5. A Very Strange Medley (V.S.M.) [Live] 6:03
6. I Am Your Child (Live) 2:37
7. Jump Shout Boogie Medley (Live) 8:12
8. This One's for You (Live) 4:08
9. Lay Me Down (Live) 4:42
10. Weekend In New England (Live) 4:18
11. Studio Musician (Live) 4:01
12. New York City Rhythm (Live) 5:11
13. Beautiful Music, Pt. 1 (Live) 2:20
14. Daybreak (Live) 3:59
15. Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again (Live) 4:59
16. Lady Flash Medley (Live) 5:37
17. Beautiful Music, Pt. 2 (Live) 2:47
18. One of These Days (Live) 2:56
19. Could It Be Magic / Mandy (Live) 7:57
20. It's a Miracle (Live) 5:14
21. It's Just Another New Year's Eve (Live) 4:18
22. I Write the Songs (Live) 4:34
23. Beautiful Music, Pt. 3 (Live) 2:18



Live was Barry Manilow's only number one album, selling over three million copies, and aside from his greatest-hits collections, it was also his most consistent. In fact, Live was pretty close to a greatest-hits collection itself, covering most of Manilow's biggest chart successes up to 1977 and including a few of his stronger album cuts as well (primarily from This One's for You). The real treats for fans are a couple of medleys: one a jazz/boogie workout culminating in the theme from American Bandstand and the other a series of the high-profile advertising jingles Manilow penned before getting his big break as a solo performer (for products like Dr. Pepper, Kentucky Fried Chicken, State Farm, McDonald's, and others). Manilow delivers tight, professional, totally unselfconscious performances, maintaining his energy all through the double-LP set. It's arguably his strongest effort.