Barry Manilow 15 Minutes CD View full size

Barry Manilow 15 Minutes CD

The first original album from singer-songwriter Barry Manilow in ten years.

More details

£ 7.99

Add to Wishlist

Collect up to 7 loyalty points. Your cart will total 7 points.

  • Format: CD
  • Artist: Barry Manilow
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Cat Number: 2564671642
  • Barcode: 825646716425
  • Release Date: November 30, 2005

Over the years Barry Manilow has become a a massive icon the world over loved by a huge audience ranging from 25 to 85. With songs such as Mandy Could It Be Magic and Copacabana he has become legend.

Barry has recently played 4 shows at the London O2 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in front of the 60 000 fans.
More than two years in the making Barry Manilow teams up once again with lyricist Enoch Anderson for this latest work.
After having recorded six critically acclaimed albums of songs written by the greatest songwriters of all time &ndash from Gershwin to Bacharach Manilow returns at last to his true passion &ndashsongwriting.
Inspired by the Andy Warhol quote that &ldquoIn the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes&rdquo this exciting guitar-driven pop album explores the perils and pinnacles of fame&rsquos double-edged sword.
&ldquoFame and success are something we all strive for and yet when we get it how do we behave? That question jumps out at us daily from magazine covers TV news and online gossip sites. In my world of entertainment I&rsquove watched perfectly decent and talented people achieve the success they&rsquove been striving for only to crash and burn as their star rises. It happens in every walk of life not only in the entertainment field in sports in politics and in daily life when the assistant manager gets promoted at the grocery store. It&rsquos something that continues to fascinate us and for me it represented an interesting musical journey to explore&rdquo explained Manilow.
Making a guest appearance on 15 MINUTES is young Nataly Dawn lead singer of the white-hot group &ldquoPomplamoose.&rdquo Her rendition of &ldquoLetter From A Fan&rdquo is both innocent and eerie.

Customers who bought this product also bought:

Sign up for offers and news

©2013 Dress Circle of London Ltd.

About Dress Circle | Contact Us | Terms of Sale |Delivery & Returns | Our Cookie Policy | Advertise | Links