Monday, July 16, 2007

Oh. My. God.

Thanks to Jeff Meyerson for this frightening news.

Manilow revisits '70s faves on next album | Entertainment | Reuters: "NEW YORK (Billboard) - Barry Manilow is in a mellow mood on 'The Greatest Songs of the Seventies,' his third volume of decade-driven covers albums.

Due September 18 via Arista, the project will be available as an 18-track single-disc set and as a two-disc set with a 14-song Dual Disc (CD/DVD) and a nine-song bonus audio CD.

For the single-disc package, Manilow focuses on contemplative fare such as Simon & Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water,' Carole King's 'You've Got a Friend' (a duet with Melissa Manchester), the Carpenters' '(They Long To Be) Close To You' and Barbra Streisand's 'The Way We Were.' Rosie O'Donnell is featured on an interpretation of Elton John's 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart.'"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Is it April mFools already? This sounds like an abomination!