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(Why Dont We Try) A Slow Dance - Barry Manilow - One Voice (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment One Voice (Digitally Remastered: ) · Barry Manilow One Voice ℗ Arista Records LLC Released on: Producer: Ron Dante Engineer.
  2. One Voice Written-By – Barry Manilow: A2 (Why Don't We Try) A Slow Dance Written-By – Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman: A3: Rain Written-By – Adrienne Anderson, Barry Manilow: A4: Ships Written-By – Ian Hunter: A5: You Could Show Me Written-By – Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman: A6: I /5(86).
  3. And, of course, "One Voice," which came to me complete in a dream one night (really!), is one of my proudest creations. The bonus cut on this reissue is "They Gave In To The Blues," with a wonderful and wise lyric by Marty Panzer. Barry Manilow () "One Voice", Kamakazi Music Corp. (BMI); 40 Background Voices sung by Barry Manilow!
  4. A1: One Voice: A2 (Why Don't We Try) A Slow Dance: A3: Rain: A4: Ships: A5: You Could Show Me:
  5. Why Don't We Try A Slow Dance Lyrics: Why don't we try a slow dance / It's all going by us too fast / Oh, why don't we try a slow dance / And maybe this moment will last / All night long we've.
  6. Why don't we try a slow dance It's all going by us to fast Oh, why don't we try a slow dance And maybe this moment will last All night long we've been dancing Dancing too far away All night long I've been waiting for them To play a slow one Why don't we try a slow dance Before it all comes to a close.
  7. One Voice: (Why Don't We Try) A Slow Dance: Rain: Ships: You Could Show Me: I Don't Want to Walk Without You: Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed: Where Are They Now: Bobbie Lee: Bobbie Lee (What's the Difference, I Gotta Live) When I Wanted You: Sunday Father: They Gave in to the.
  8. One Voice is the sixth studio album by singer/songwriter Barry Manilow, released in It was recorded at United Western Studios and Allen Zentz Recording in Hollywood. The album was a signature of a minor decline in Manilow's success. It reached 2x .

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