Summer of '78

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Summer of '78
Studio album by Barry Manilow
Released November 19, 1996
Genre Pop
Easy listening
Length 38:59
Label Arista
Barry Manilow chronology
Singin' with the Big Bands
(1994)
Summer of '78
(1996)
Manilow Sings Sinatra
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Entertainment Weekly C [2]

Summer of '78 is an album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, released in 1996. The album was a collections of popular songs mostly from the 1970s, and was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.

Track listing[edit]

Note that the people listed are the original singers of the various songs, not necessarily their authors and/or composers.

  1. "Summer of '78" - 1:48
  2. "Interlude: Love's Theme" - 0:25 (Barry White)
  3. "Reminiscing" - 3:45 (Little River Band)
  4. "I Go Crazy" - 4:09 (Paul Davis)
  5. "When I Need You" - 4:02 (Leo Sayer)
  6. "The Air That I Breathe" - 3:43 (Albert Hammond)
  7. "Bluer Than Blue" - 2:58 (Michael Johnson)
  8. "We've Got Tonight" - 4:39 (Bob Seger)
  9. "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" - 3:18 (England Dan & John Ford Coley)
  10. "Sometimes When We Touch" - 4:11 (Dan Hill)
  11. "Never My Love" - 2:58 (The Association)
  12. "Just Remember I Love You - 3:03 (Firefall)

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