Manilow: Live

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Released 2000

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Manilow: Live

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2000
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Manilow: Live is a documentary on Barry Manilow's February 2000 concert in Nashville, Tennessee. The crowd-pleasing entertainer plays his piano while singing 24 favorites from his catalog. Over the course of the concert, Manilow woos the crowd with such songs as "Could It Be Magic?" "Mandy," "Copacabana" and "I Write the Songs," as well as a few classics by other greats, including Frank Sinatra's "Chicago (My Kind of Town)" and "That's Life." Barry Manilow is a celebrated singer-song writer, as well as a proficient musician, producer, conductor and performer. He ranks among the best musical entertainers in the world, having sold millions of albums across the world and achieved top-chart status throughout his career. He has won many awards throughout his career, including three American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist. He has also received unofficial praise from the likes of Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan. As well as being a performer, he was written and produced albums for other musicians, as well as musicals, films and television commercials.moreless
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