The Greatest Songs of the Seventies

The Greatest Songs of the Seventies

by Barry Manilow

Overview

Barry Manilow follows the multiplatinum sucess of The Greatest Songs of the Sixties with a collection of the best pop tunes of the '70s -- including songs by Simon & Garfunkel, Carly Simon, and the Carpenters. Six acoustic versions of Manilow's own '70s showstoppers seal the deal.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/18/2007
Label: Rca
UPC: 0886971003420
catalogNumber: 710034

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Barry Manilow   Primary Artist,Piano
Gary Foster   Flute
Ron Dante   Background Vocals
Alex Acuña   Percussion
Jim Atkinson   French Horn
Kevin Bassinson   Piano,Conductor
Chuck Berghofer   Bass,Double Bass
Kenneth Burward-Hoy   Viola
Jorge Calandrelli   Conductor
Darius Campo   Violin
Bill Cantos   Background Vocals
Dave Carpenter   Bass Guitar,Rhythm Bass
Ronald Clark   Violin
Luis Conte   Percussion
Larry Corbett   Cello,Celli
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Randy Crenshaw   Background Vocals
Joel Derouin   Violin
George Doering   Guitar
Assa Drori   Violin,Concert Master
Brandon Fields   Flute
Ronald Folsom   Violin
Gary Grant   Trumpet
Daniel Greco   Percussion
Karen Harper   Background Vocals
Paula Hochhalter   Cello,Celli
Greg Huckins   Flute
Patricia Johnson   Violin
Randy Kerber   Piano
Miran Kojian   Violin
Michael Landau   Guitar
Roger Lebow   Cello,Celli
Mike Lent   Guitar
Warren Leuning   Trumpet
Charles Loper   Trombone
Larry McGuire   Trumpet
Cynthia Moussas   Violin
Ron Pedley   Piano,Keyboards
Tim Pierce   Guitar
Anatoly Rosinsky   Violin
Harry Shirinian   Viola
Haim Shtrum   Violin
Sheridon Stokes   Flute
Joe Stone   Oboe
Josefina Vergara   Violin
Doug Walter   Conductor
Miwako Watanabe   Violin
Chauncey Welsch   Trombone
Margaret Wooten   Violin
Gayle Levant   Harp
Christina Soule   Cello,Celli
Drew Dembowski   Bass,Double Bass
Walter Afanasieff   Keyboards
Steve Baxter   Trombone
David Kossoff   Oboe
Johana Krejci   Violin
John Krovoza   Cello,Celli
David Loucks   Background Vocals
Russ McKinnon   Drums
Tiffany Smith   Background Vocals
Ron Walters   Piano,Conductor
Dana Kelley   French Horn
Angie Jeree Singers   Background Vocals
Paul Klintworth   French Horn
Irina Voloshina   Violin
Ken Berry   Guitar
Brian Benning   Violin
Julie Berghofer   Harp
Jennifer Munday   Violin
Jennifer Walton   Violin
Trevor Handy   Cello,Celli
Oscar Hidalgo   Bass,Double Bass
Liane Mautner   Violin
Timothy Loo   Cello,Celli
Samuel Formicola   Viola
David Rozenblatt   Percussion
Jason Migas Morales   Background Vocals
Alyssa Park   Violin
Lisa Dondlinger   Violin
Andrew Duckles   Viola
Becky Bunnell   Violin
Songa Lee   Violin
Audrey Solomon   Violin
Neel Hammond   Violin
Craig Gosnell   Trombone
Raymond Kobler   Violin
Dynell Weber   Violin
Caroline Buckman   Viola
Yan To   Violin
Susie Stevens   Background Vocals
Mabvuto Carpenter   Background Vocals
Alma Fernandez   Viola
Ray Tlscher   Viola
Yue Deng   Violin
Paul Tseitlin   Violin
Scott Erickson   Piano,Conductor,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Ian Martin   Bass
Nina Evthuhov   Violin
Tim Davis   Background Vocals
Phillip O'Connor   Clarinet
Steven Becknell   French Horn
Sam Fischer   Violin
David H. Speltz   Cello,Celli
Jon Walz   Cello
Mike Landau   Guitar
ian martin   Bass Guitar
Jason Morales   Background Vocals
Kevin Connolly   Violin
Chris Gray   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Christopher Cross   Composer
Elton John   Composer
Carole King   Composer
John Lennon   Composer
Barry Manilow   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Paul McCartney   Composer
Paul Simon   Composer
Burt Bacharach   Composer
Randy Edelman   Composer
David Gates   Composer
Robin Gibb   Composer
Albert Hammond   Composer
Bruce Johnston   Composer
Richard Kerr   Composer
Bob Crewe   Composer
Kenny Nolan   Composer
Marvin Hamlisch   Composer
Barry Gibb   Composer
Eddie Arkin   Producer,Audio Production
Greg Bartheld   Engineer
Kevin Bassinson   Arranger,Orchestration
Alan Bergman   Composer
Marilyn Bergman   Composer
Bruce Botnick   Engineer
Jorge Calandrelli   Arranger,Orchestration
Steve Churchyard   Engineer
Hal David   Composer
Clive Davis   Audio Production
Scott English   Composer
Jack Feldman   Composer
Mike Hazelwood   Composer
Will Jennings   Composer
Garry Kief   Executive Producer
Mike Lent   Arranger
Marty Panzer   Composer
Ron Pedley   Arranger
Bill Schnee   Engineer
Robert Scott   Composer
Bruce Sussman   Composer
Bernie Taupin   Composer
Tommy Vicari   Engineer
Doug Walter   Orchestration
Ken Barry   Audio Production
David Benson   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Walter Afanasieff   Arranger,Programming,Producer,drum programming,Audio Production
Koji Egawa   Engineer
David Channing   Engineer
Russ McKinnon   Arranger
Chris Brooke   Engineer
Sidney Keith Russell   Composer
Ken Berry   Arranger,Producer
Tawgs Salter   Engineer
Tyler Gordon   Programming
Scott Erickson   Arranger,Producer,Engineer,Orchestration,Audio Production
Ian Martin   Arranger

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The Greatest Songs of the Seventies 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Doesn't have the same pizzaz as the greatest hits of the 50's and the 60's. Greatest hits of the 70's was somewhat boring in song selection and did not hold my attention.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Barry does a wonderful job at recreating these classic 70 hits! Favorites on the cd are "He Ain't heavey...", "Sailing", & "Bridge over Trouble Water". Very nice CD.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this album -- it's probably my favorite one in his series of Greatest Hits of the Times (50s/60s/70s/80s).
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is 18 tracks of pain. Each song sounds exactly the same in production--polished, but bland, absent of energy and clever artistic choices. They're standards, but must they be sucked dry of originality or artistic-spirit? How many homogenized versions of "Like A Bridge Over Troubled Water" do the elevator's of America need? Speaking of bad S&G covers, a good way to think of Manilow, if you missed his 70s heyday, is an older, lamer Clay Aiken. Each song uses percussion to mark time it's like a railroad spike driven into the brain every 2nd and 4th beat. The vocals and the music never play off each other, probably recorded separately. The vocals on every track Manilow over-does, trying to wring every last drop of campy emotion from already syrupy selections like "He's not Heavy He's My Brother." This CD is what elevator operators commit suicide to.
Guest More than 1 year ago
His voice has never been better. Weekend in New England is amazing. Every song brings you right back to the 70's. Some of the songs were not my favorite in the 70's but they are now.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like songs that were made in the seventies and what Barry sounded like in the seventies. His present day voice just isn't what it was years ago.