Barry Manilow ‎– I’d Really Love To See You Tonight (US Promo 12″)


Bazza does a banging House track!!!

Still in shock ? Released in 1997 it ain’t half bad with remixers Bob Rosa and Tony Moran in charge. All the mixes are quite long, Manilow fans would probably pass out or need oxygen mask to get through the “Circuit Mix” !!! The song is actually a cover of a late 1970s soft-rock hit by England Dan & John Ford Coley, Manilow’s vocals are kept in over the house beats, Spanish guitar and piano. As good as the shock success of Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.”

To prove I have sinned before…. Could It Be Magic to follow….



Arista ‎– BARRY1SAM_3280

A1 I’d Really Love To See You Tonight (Tony Moran Extended Club Mix)
A2 I’d Really Love To See You Tonight (Premier Club Mix)
B1 I’d Really Love To See You Tonight (Tony Moran Circuit Mix)

3 responses

  1. My curiosity is getting me on this one. But zippy link dead and Mega is asking for a decryption key.

  2. Thanks 🙂

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