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The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties
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Personnel: Barry Manilow (piano, background vocals); Eddie Arkin, Oscar Castro-Neves, Tim Pierce (guitar); Marcia Dickstein (harp); Assa Drori, Lisa Dondlinger, Irina Voloshina, Songa Lee, Anatoly Rosinsky, Johana Krejci, Ronald Folsom, Phillip Levy , Rita Weber, Becky Bunnell, Joel Derouin, Raymond Kobler, Darius Campo, Liane Mautner, Tereza Stanislav, Haim Shtrum (violin); Roland Kato, Alma Fernandez (viola); Gary Foster, Greg Huckins, Sheridon Stokes (flute); Dave Koz (saxophone); Daniel Kelley , James Atkinson , Steven Becknell, Brian O'Connor (French horn); James Pankow, Lee Thornburg, Ray Herrmann (horns); Scott Erickson (piano, keyboards, percussion, programming, background vocals); Greg O'Connor (piano, programming, background vocals); Randy Kerber (piano); Jim Cox (keyboards); John "Hot Fat Reynolds" Ferraro, Charlie Morgan (drums); Michael Lloyd (percussion, background vocals); David Rozenblatt (percussion); Jeff Gunn, Vangie Gunn, Jason Scheff, Kala Balch, Ron Dante, Randy Crenshaw, Windy Wagner (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Scott Erickson ; Michael Lloyd ; Bill Schnee. Recording information: Pepper Tree Studio, Palm Springs, CA; Schnee Studio, North Hollywood, CA; Sha Intermedia, Malibu, CA; Song Lee Studio, La Canada, CA; The Shore, Malibu, CA; The Studio, Beverly Hills, CA. Editors: Nigel Lundemo; M. Jeffrey Lloyd; George Leger III; Scott Erickson ; Ken Sluiter; Michael Leonard; Michael Lloyd ; Nathaniel Kunkel. Photographer: Matthew Rolston. Arrangers: Scott Erickson ; Greg O'Connor; Michael Lloyd ; Oscar Castro-Neves; Barry Manilow. THE GREATEST SONGS OF THE EIGHTIES follows logically behind Barry Manilow's three previous albums exploring the 1950s, '60s and '70s. As one might expect from Manilow's own work, his favorite songs of the 1980s tend towards adult contemporary ballads such as Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time," Journey's "Open Arms," and Chicago's "Hard To Say I'm Sorry," but there are some more unexpected choices as well. A duet with R
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Personnel: Barry Manilow (piano, background vocals); Eddie Arkin, Oscar Castro-Neves, Tim Pierce (guitar); Marcia Dickstein (harp); Assa Drori, Lisa Dondlinger, Irina Voloshina, Songa Lee, Anatoly Rosinsky, Johana Krejci, Ronald Folsom, Phillip Levy , Rita Weber, Becky Bunnell, Joel Derouin, Raymond Kobler, Darius Campo, Liane Mautner, Tereza Stanislav, Haim Shtrum (violin); Roland Kato, Alma Fernandez (viola); Gary Foster, Greg Huckins, Sheridon Stokes (flute); Dave Koz (saxophone); Daniel Kelley , James Atkinson , Steven Becknell, Brian O'Connor (French horn); James Pankow, Lee Thornburg, Ray Herrmann (horns); Scott Erickson (piano, keyboards, percussion, programming, background vocals); Greg O'Connor (piano, programming, background vocals); Randy Kerber (piano); Jim Cox (keyboards); John "Hot Fat Reynolds" Ferraro, Charlie Morgan (drums); Michael Lloyd (percussion, background vocals); David Rozenblatt (percussion); Jeff Gunn, Vangie Gunn, Jason Scheff, Kala Balch, Ron Dante, Randy Crenshaw, Windy Wagner (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Scott Erickson ; Michael Lloyd ; Bill Schnee. Recording information: Pepper Tree Studio, Palm Springs, CA; Schnee Studio, North Hollywood, CA; Sha Intermedia, Malibu, CA; Song Lee Studio, La Canada, CA; The Shore, Malibu, CA; The Studio, Beverly Hills, CA. Editors: Nigel Lundemo; M. Jeffrey Lloyd; George Leger III; Scott Erickson ; Ken Sluiter; Michael Leonard; Michael Lloyd ; Nathaniel Kunkel. Photographer: Matthew Rolston. Arrangers: Scott Erickson ; Greg O'Connor; Michael Lloyd ; Oscar Castro-Neves; Barry Manilow. THE GREATEST SONGS OF THE EIGHTIES follows logically behind Barry Manilow's three previous albums exploring the 1950s, '60s and '70s. As one might expect from Manilow's own work, his favorite songs of the 1980s tend towards adult contemporary ballads such as Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time," Journey's "Open Arms," and Chicago's "Hard To Say I'm Sorry," but there are some more unexpected choices as well. A duet with R
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