This One's for You (Barry Manilow album)
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This article is about the Barry Manilow album. For the Teddy Pendergrass album, see This One's for You (Teddy Pendergrass album).
|This One's for You|
|Studio album by Barry Manilow|
|Genre||Pop, easy listening|
|Producer||Barry Manilow, Ron Dante|
|Barry Manilow chronology|
|Singles from This One's for You|
This One's For You is the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter Barry Manilow released in 1976. The album went 3x platinum, and yielded the hits "This One's for You", "Weekend in New England" and the #1 "Looks Like We Made It".
|Rolling Stone||(mixed) link|
- "This One's for You" - 3:25
- "Daybreak" - 3:10
- "You Oughta Be Home with Me" - 3:13
- "Jump Shout Boogie" - 3:03
- "Weekend in New England" (Randy Edelman) - 3:43
- "Riders to the Stars" - 3:47
- "Let Me Go" - 3:58
- "Looks Like We Made It" - 3:33
- "Say the Words" - 2:53
- "All the Time" - 3:15
- "(Why Don't You) See the Show Again" - 4:32
CD Bonus Tracks (2006)
- "Don't Throw It All Away"
- "Can't Go Back Anymore"
- "This Is Fine"
- "I Really Do Write the Songs"
- Barry Manilow - vocals, piano
- Dennis Farac, Richard Resnicoff, David Spinozza, Gerry Friedman - guitar
- Steven Donaghey, Will Lee - bass guitar
- Alan Axelrod, Paul Shaffer - keyboards
- Lee Gurst, Ron Zito - drums
- Carlos Martin - percussion
- Debra Byrd, Lady Flash, Monica Burruss, Ron Dante - backing vocals
- Gerald Atlers, Charlie Calello, Van McCoy, Dick Berkhe - orchestration