Various - On Broadway: The Songs Of Barry Mann And Cynthia Weil mp3 album
On Broadway: Songs of Mann & Weil" hit parade (peak national chart positions given): Dionne Warwick: "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (1969) pop, soul The Delfonics: "When You Get Right Down to It" (1970) pop, soul Glenn Yarbrough: "It's Gonna Be Fine" (1965) pop, easy listening Barry Mann: "Talk to Me Baby" (1964) pop. Australian hit: Normie Rowe: "It's Not Easy" ('66-67) - powerhouse orchestral pop-soul ballad that the Righteous Brothers didn't get around to . .Don't worry that you may already have a number of these same tracks on previous Mann-Weil compilations issued by other labels.
Arranged By – Trade MartinProducer – Barry Mann. Written-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil (tracks: 1-9, 12-26, 28). Notes. 1, 12, 14, 16, 18, 19, 21-23, 25-28 Stereo.
Barry Mann first met Cynthia Weil back in 1961, while both were serving their apprenticeship at Al Nevins and Don Kirshner’s Aldon Music publishing house. Hitting it off immediately, they penned their first composition together soon after and were wed before the year was over. Remarkably, over 45 years and 100-plus hits later, the couple are still together, both professionally and as husband and wife. Cynthia’s intelligent and witty way with a lyric would often provide a social document of the times, while neatly sidestepping any hectoring or finger-pointing. This, together with the duo’s ability to move and adapt with the musical times – switching from brash girl group sounds (the Girls’ ‘Chico’s Girl’) to gritty city soul (‘Arthur Alexander’s ‘Where Have You Been’) to smooth soft pop (Nino Tempo & April Stevens’ ‘The Coldest Night Of The Year’) with consummate ease – always kept Mann & Weil ahead of the game.
Album titlle: Born Together - Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil Songs. Genre Pop. Year of publication 2013. Ready to ship today, Delivery time appr.
This is a list of songs written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, in most cases as a songwriting duo. The pair have also collaborated with other songwriters. Both Mann and Weil have also written chart hit songs as individuals with other writers, and Mann has written on his own. Categories: Articles with incorrect citation syntax. Lists of songs by songwriters. Songs written by Barry Mann. Songs with lyrics by Cynthia Weil.
A barry mann- cynthia weil songbook. Various Artists - The Songs of Mann & Weil - 60 Original Classics (Not Now Music). Mann & Weil interviewed on songwriting, competition and the gift of Beautiful. Part 2 of 2). Barry Mann performs "On Broadway": Beautiful - The Carole King Musical In Conversation. BARRY MANN & CYNTHIA WEIL - The Home Of The Boy I Love.
There are at least a dozen revelations for the casual listener among the 25 songs on each CD in this set. One gets to hear alternate (but equally valid) performances, sometimes predating the hits by months, of several dozen songs that became pop standards in other hands. The Raindrops are here, of course, as are Carole King and a handful of Barry Mann solo numbers, just to give the performing side of their early careers a nod. The notes are thorough and then some, although they're weighted toward the songwriters rather than the performers, especially where the genuinely obscure acts are concerned.
Another of the brilliant professional songwriting teams employed at New York's Brill Building in the during '60, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil wrote dozens of hit songs for various acts. Besides Goffin/King, this was Don Kirshner's most productive and gifted team. In 1961 he recorded a solo album that yielded the hit Who Put the Bomp (In the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp) co-written by Gerry Goffin. Cynthia Weil was born October 18, 1940 and raised in Manhattan. She was the daughter of a successful father who owned a couple of furniture stores, who died when she was seven and a straight laced mother. Weil attended the private Walden School, took piano lessons and ballet. Mann was able to write lyrics that were controversial or thought provoking, but still palatable to the commercial mainstream, such as "Uptown," "On Broadway," and "We Got To Get Out of This Place".
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|1||–The Executives||It's A Happening World||2:29|
|2||–Terry Knight||Come Home Baby
Arranged By – Artie SchroeckProducer – Denny Randell, Sandy Linzer
|3||–Dewey Edwards||Come On Over To My Place
Producer – Lamont Cranston
|4||–Barry Mann||Talk To Me Baby
Arranged By – Trade MartinProducer – Barry Mann
|5||–The Lovenotes*||Baby Baby You
Written-By – Phil Spector
|6||–The Crystals||On Broadway
Producer – Phil SpectorWritten-By – Jerry Lieber / Mike Stoller*
|7||–Danny And Diego||Glitter And Gold
Arranged By – Garry ShermanProducer – Neil Levenson, Stan Kahan*, Steve Duboff
|8||–The 5 A.M. Event*||Hungry
Producer – Chris Curtis
|9||–The Graduates||The Shape Of Things To Come
Producer – Les Baxter
|10||–Nino Tempo & April Stevens||I Love How You Love Me
Producer, Arranged By – Nino TempoWritten-By – Barry Mann, Larry Kolber
|11||–Julie Grant||Baby Baby (I Still Love You)
Directed By [Accompaniment] – Tony HatchWritten-By – Cynthia Weil, Russ Titelman
|12||–Skeeter Davis||I Don't Want To Love You
Producer – Chet Atkins
|13||–The Shirelles||The Gospel Truth
Written-By – Mike Anthony
|14||–The Earls||Remember Me Baby||2:36|
|15||–Ray Columbus & The Invaders||Till We Kissed||3:15|
|16||–The Paris Sisters||See That Boy
Producer – Jack Nitzsche, Jimmy Bowen
|17||–Keith Powell||Goodbye Girl
Directed By [Accompaniment] – Ken Woodman
|18||–Walter Jackson||Not You
Arranged By – Riley HamptonProducer – Ted Cooper
|19||–Glenn Yarbrough||It's Gonna Be Fine
Producer – Al Schmitt, Neely Plumb
|20||–Twice As Much & Vashti*||Coldest Night Of The Year
Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
|21||–Normie Rowe||It's Not Easy
Producer – Carter*, Kennedy*
|22||–Chuck Day & The Young Gyants||We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
Producer – Bob Marcucci*Producer, Arranged By – John D'Andrea
|23||–Dionne Warwick||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Producer – Chips Moman, Dionne WarwickWritten-By – Phil Spector
Producer – Chips Moman, Tommy Cogbill
Producer – Bill BusterProducer, Arranged By – Joe Renzetti
|26||–B.J. Thomas||This Is A Love Song||3:10|
|27||–The Delfonics||When You Get Right Down To It
Producer – Stan & Bell ProductionsWritten-By – Barry Mann
|28||–Jackie Wilson||Nobody But You
Arranged By – David Van De Pitte*Producer – Carl Davis, Sonny Sanders
- Artwork By – Robert Penney
- Liner Notes [introduction] – Joe Marchese
- Mastered By – Warren Barnett
- Written-By – Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil* (tracks: 1-9, 12-26, 28)
Notes1, 12, 14, 16, 18, 19, 21-23, 25-28 Stereo. All others Mono
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- Barcode: 9317102500538