The Greatest Love Songs of All Time

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The Greatest Love Songs of All Time
Studio album by Barry Manilow
Released26 January 2010
Recorded2009
GenreEasy Listening, Pop
LabelArista
ProducerBarry Manilow, Michael Lloyd
Barry Manilow chronology
The Greatest Songs of the Eighties
(2008)
The Greatest Love Songs of All Time
(2010)
15 Minutes
(2011)
 
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The Greatest Love Songs of All Time
Studio album by Barry Manilow
Released26 January 2010
Recorded2009
GenreEasy Listening, Pop
LabelArista
ProducerBarry Manilow, Michael Lloyd
Barry Manilow chronology
The Greatest Songs of the Eighties
(2008)
The Greatest Love Songs of All Time
(2010)
15 Minutes
(2011)

The Greatest Love Songs of All Time is an album by Barry Manilow released on January 26, 2010. The release came not too long before the start of his new show at the Paris Las Vegas hotel.

Commercial and chart performance[edit]

The album debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart at #5, but dropped in its second week to #40.[1] The album also debuted in the UK charts at #26. Also this album received a Grammy nomination in the category Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Love Is Here to Stay"  George & Ira Gershwin3:51
2."The Look of Love"  Burt Bacharach and Hal David3:36
3."(Where Do I Begin?) Love Story"  Francis Lai and Carl Sigman3:08
4."I Only Have Eyes for You"  Al Dubin and Harry Warren4:12
5."I Can't Give You Anything but Love"  Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh3:39
6."The Twelfth of Never"  Jerry Livingston and Paul Webster3:46
7."We've Only Just Begun"  Roger Nichols and Paul Williams3:24
8."Nevertheless"  Harry Ruby and Burt Kalmar3:06
9."Love Me Tender"  Elvis Presley and Vera Matson3:31
10."You Made Me Love You"  Joe McCarthy and James V. Monaco2:53
11."It Could Happen to You"  Johnny Burke and James Van Heusen 
12."How Deep Is the Ocean?"  Irving Berlin3:05
13."When You Were Sweet Sixteen"  James Thornton3:09
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]

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