Here At the Mayflower - Barry Manilow

Here At the Mayflower


Barry Manilow

  • Genre: Vocal
  • Release Date: 2001-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 2001 Concord Records, Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Do You Know Who's Livin' Next 3:51  
2
Come Monday 3:56  
3
Border Train 4:45  
4
Turn the Radio Up 3:11  
5
I Hear Her Playing Music 4:08  
6
Talk to Me 5:16  
7
Not What You See 4:52  
8
Freddie Said 2:04  
9
Some Bar By the Harbor 4:59  
10
Say Goodbye 4:07  
11
She Should'a Been Mine 3:33  
12
The Night That Tito Played 3:17  
13
I'm Comin' Back 3:29  
14
I Miss You 3:18  
15
They Dance! 2:58  
16
Welcome Home 4:52  

Reviews

  • Of all of his albums, this is in the Top 3 for me

    5
    By AT40 Fan
    Just one song on this album that I don't care for ("The Night That Tito Played"). But all of the other songs are great. Really like "Some Bar By The Harbor", "Freddie's Said", "Do You Know Who's Living Next Door?"). Never get tired of listening to this album.
  • A great album

    5
    By FirstTimeReviewerNew
    This album was a break from traditional Barry Manilow love songs. It's filled with songs that are real, soulful and funny. "Do You Know Who's Living Next Door" describes a very commonly anonymous city experience, "Freddie Said" is funny (especially with the bada ba bada bing), and "The Night Tito Played" is a great dedication song. All in all, a great album worth buying. You'll find yourself humming the tunes throughout the day.
  • Best of the Best

    5
    By Early Barry Fan
    I was fighting cancer when this album hit the public so I missed it at the time. A year later, I caught up to the present and discovered this album. After reading Barry's autobiography, I knew he wanted to release this album for himself. He wasn't fond of the Mandy and Jump, Shout Boogie songs that made him a household name. This is the best of the Barry Manilow albums by far. The story of each song about what's going on at the Mayflower is fascinating. His voice is strong and his piano mastery is obvious. Every fan must own this album and for those who aren't a big fan, you will be after listening to this music.
  • This one has some real gems!

    5
    By MichelleSmith34
    After falling in love with the "15 Minutes" cd, I am now going back and listening to Barry's other earlier concept compilations. I can't believe I have been missing these lovely songs for all these years. I especially have fallen in love with "Talk to Me" on this collection. Barry can tell a story in a song like no other artist. And his musical arrangements just make my heart pound. Truly a musical genius for all of us to enjoy.
  • Amazing CD

    5
    By Mike Dreitzler
    I'm a casual fan of Barry's 70's hits, and found this at my local library. I popped it into the cd player a few days later and found it to be extremely enjoyable. Every song tells a story and is absolutely well done, reflecting many different musical styles. If this were still Barry's heyday, I'd say there are several potential big hits on this cd. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! You won't be disappointed if you are a fan.
  • Barry Leaves Arista, Again!!!!

    5
    By a song 4u
    Who would have guessed the Sinatra album would be Barry's swan song for the second time for Arista. Barry left Arista for the jazz label Concord after Clive Davis, Barry's co-collaborator and mentor for years, was ousted and Clive started the spin-off J Records. Barry signed to Concord not only as an artist but also as in-house producer. "Here At The Mayflower" was in the works for years and was intended to be released on Arista but instead was Barry's first release for Concord. This cd is a concept album around an apartment building, this isn't the first concept album around a multiple dwelling, interested?? Look up Gordon Jenkins "Manhattan Tower." The single "Turn The Radio Up" is a throwback to vintage Barry of the seventies and he even sounds younger. The song is a bouncy AM radio tune that Barry gleefully performs in full voice. "The Night Tito Played" is a tribute of sorts to Tito Puente and if the import version of this disc is found, contains an extended mix of this track along with a few bonus songs. The overall sound quality of this cd is excellent and is one hell of a debut. As a producer Barry would soon helm label mate Diane Schuur's "Midnight."
  • Love it!

    5
    By Andie9859
    This is an absolute MUST HAVE for any Manilow fan! This is one of the most original and brilliant collections of music I've ever heard. There are so many touching and interesting stories going on inside this apartment building called the "Mayflower". The more I listened the more I loved it. I've had it since it's release and I never get tired of it.
  • His Absolute Best!

    5
    By PurpleRobe
    Here at the Mayflower is an absolute masterpiece. Not only did Barry write and play almost everything on the album, but the songs are awesome! After an entire decade of one remake album after another, the fans were rewarded with this gem. Not only worth listening to, but a lot of these songs could be successfully covered by other artists. Give a listen! --JB

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