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Apartment 4J: Talk To Me - Barry Manilow - Here At The Mayflower (CD, Album)

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  1. "here at the mayflower" represents barrys first REAL studio album in 12 years. in , he released "BARRY MANILOW", and not since then have we been treated to a collection of original material. granted, he has released a countless number of cover albums and greatest hits packages - but, sadly, nothing original - until now.
  2. The music on Here at the Mayflower combines several of the styles that Manilow is known for using, including dance-pop, Latin, jazz, and even Broadway melody. These numbers are piano-driven, all composed in part or in whole by Manilow. Many of the songs carry an emotional impact, whether speaking of love, old age, or hope.
  3. Here At The Mayflower-Barry Manilow (Good Music) This is a nice combination of songs from jazz to dance to swing even a little bit funky. The theme of the songs (About different people living in the same apartment building) is cute and each song tells a story.
  4. Following a number of recordings of cover songs, Barry Manilow returns with Here at the Mayflower, his first album of all-new material in a decade. The break seems to have stoked Manilow's creative fires, as he uses the metaphor of an urban apartment house and its varied inhabitants as the springboard for his most heartfelt work in many ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.xyzinfo: Concord Records.
  5. Sep 16,  · I got the idea from trying to compile an "ideal" Barry concert for the serious fan and from watching the first TV special where one of the sequences seemed to foreshadow the Mayflower album. (Texas_Fan even suggested that "Sandra" would have fit the Mayflower theme as well - nice catch, I hadn't thought of that when I first posted!).
  6. Description With Here at the Mayflower Barry Manilow produces another theme-based project similar to Copacabana, the musical based on his early hit "At The Copa". Each of these 16 piano-driven numbers relates to an apartment located in the legendary Mayflower, and with the man in the know: the Elevator Operator.
  7. When Where Articles/Reviews; November 26, The Miami Herald "Here At The Mayflower" by Howard Cohen ("For his first CD on jazz-oriented label Concord and also his first collection of originals in some 15 years, Barry Manilow has constructed an inspired concept album with each song based on the lives of the people living in the Mayflower apartment complex.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Here At The Mayflower on Discogs.

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