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Barry Manilow - Greatest Hits...& Then Some
Barry Manilow - Greatest Hits Then Some
Actor: Barry Manilow
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2000     1hr 35min


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Actor: Barry Manilow
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Concerts, Pop, Rock & Roll, Manilow, Barry
Studio: Bmg Special Product
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 02/22/2000
Original Release Date: 01/01/1993
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1993
Release Year: 2000
Run Time: 1hr 35min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Fine Concert - Lackluster Video
Ralph Brown | Suffern, New York | 03/17/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)

"A good 90+ minute concert -- a nice mix of hits and some albumcuts and his voice is strong. There is some poor editing between thefirst and second acts (I attended a show during this tour), and there's a bit too much of the medley material.I had this on tape, and the video of this DVD unfortunately isn't much better (watch the scroll credits and wait for the motion sickness). This seems to have been shot using video, and someone purposely used a soft focus for most of the close-ups of Manilow while the crowd shots are sharp. For some, the good news is the option to hear remastered 5.1 audio. I don't have a set-up like that, so I can't give any further news on that.However, I've been a Manilow fan for 25 years so for me, this purchase was a no-brainer. And if you've read this far, it's probably the same for you."
Greatest Hots and then Some -DVD
Sherry Eshein | St. Peters, MO | 03/06/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a fabuloous concert! Its Barry at his best! To have it on DVD even makes it better. The quality is wonderful. It also not a short concert. My favorites are "Stay","If Tomorrow Never Comes","CIBM", and "The Best of Me!" Its a must have for all Barry fans even if you have it already on VHS"
High-Energy Video
Kathy W | Baltimore | 11/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is one SUPERFANTASTICONCERT! Done at Wembley Arena, London, in 1993, it is one of the 3 best Barry DVDs I've seen to date. It is a wee bit over 1 1/2 hours of heart-thumpin' foot-stompin' ENERGY!!! Barry just jumps all over the stage on this one when he's not sitting at the piano. He puts the energizer bunny to shame 100 times over. The renditions of the songs are great, as is the quality of the DVD. You will not be disappointed. In between the songs, Barry chit chats with the audience.

It begins and ends with a clip of "The Best of Me." As always, Barry sings great songs and medleys, with so much feeling in them. He truly sings with his heart and soul.

Included is a fantastic version of one of my all-time Barry favorites "I Don't Wanna Walk Without You." "Travelin' Medley: A Little Travelin' Music Please," is a nice up-beat clip, and he quickly moves into the high-energy "New York City Rhythm" (and he's UP!)--and he's bangin' the piano keys. Now he's up again. There he goes! "Avenue C" gives off some wild jazz vocals and some movement. Now to "Jumpin At the Woodside" and "Bandstand Boogie." The crowd is going wild!

This video is done so well, that when Barry is sitting at the piano, he makes you feel like you have a chair on stage, right in front of him while he's singing to you. You're so close, that you can see the water rolling down his face. There is also the high-energy "Copacabana" and another of my favorites "Stay," an absolutely beautiful song. Barry says it was only a hit in England. I don't know why. It's so pretty and so sexy! It's not on many of his CDs either. London is lovin' it and singin' along. What an awesome showman he is! That was an extended version of "Stay". "If Tomorrow Never Comes," a beautiful Garth Brooks song, is also included (...if tomorrow never comes, will she know how much I love her...), absolutely beautiful words and music. The very upbeat version of "Could It Be Magic." Oh this one is soooo good! And he's up! and wigglin' all over the stage! Holy cow! The crowd is goin' wild! This clip alone is worth the price of the video. There is also a high-energy version of "I'm Your Man".

Barry looks great in this one. The London crowd obviously LOVES Barry. He gives 120 % and they give it right back to him in applause. The musical and vocal accompaniment is also great. This is a high-energy performance and a great DVD to have. Ok. I'm going to bed now. It's midnight. Whew! Whaddahperformance! Whaddahshowman. Whaddahguy! Goodnight Chet. Goodnight John Boy. Goodnight Barry.
Saw This Same Concert in the US
Cindy Brock | Georgia, USA | 01/14/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is, by far, my favorite concert/DVD/CD that Barry has ever done. From the wide array of songs to the personal side of Barry to the exceptional rendition of "Could It Be Magic" to his best backup singers (Billy Kidd and Debra Byrd - who is now the vocal coach on American Idol), you can watch/listen to this over and over and continue to enjoy it!"