Barry Manilow re-teams with longtime collaborator Clive Davis on his new album, "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties"
When other people feel great at their particular age, Barry Manilow feels great in his 'fifties.' Well it depends on the person and how they perceive their life. As of the singer, his life seemingly has just begun now, time when he has his new album released.
Re-teams with longtime collaborator Clive Davis, their work hard finally resulted in his new set entitled "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties," a 13-song tribute that will arrive in stores on January 31st via Arista Records. As apparent from the album's title, "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties" consisting of hit songs from the pre-rock 'n' roll era.
It includes such songs, as The Everly Brothers' "All I Have To Do Is Dream," Elvis Presley's "Are You Lonesome Tonight," Tony Bennett's "Rags to Riches," Dinah Washington's "What a Difference a Day Makes," Bobby Darin's "Beyond the Sea" and Johnny Mathis' "It's Not for Me To Say." Also the set consists of The McGuire Sisters' Phyllis McGuire guests on a medley of "Sincerely" and "Teach Me Tonight."