Barry Manilow: The Biography

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Omnibus Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 250 pages
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A fully updated B format edition of the best-selling biography to include information of Barry's renewed success in the UK and USA. It includes details of his Greatest Hits album that topped the American Billboard charts, times he sung at the Superbowl and his sell out tours.This biography tells the story of the singer's life with an emphasis on his place in the music industry and explores and explains the scorn in which Manilow is universally held against his ongoing success.The story is told through various sources including past published accounts and reviews, as well as interviews with those from Manilow's personal and professional past and present.

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Patricia Butler is a freelance writer based in Chicago. This is her second music biography, the first being "Angels Dance & Angels Die: The Tragic Romance of Pamela & Jim Morrison".

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