Dating barry manilow
(It was also covered by Take That in the 1990s, as an up-beat disco version of the song.
Take That have since performed Manilow's original version in their Beautiful World Tour.) In 1974, Clive Davis became temporary president of Bell with the goal of revitalizing Columbia Pictures's music division.
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Manilow then earned money by working as a pianist, producer and arranger.He recorded four tracks as Featherbed, produced by Tony Orlando on Bell Records.Three of the tracks—"Morning", a ballad; "Amy", a psychedelic-influenced pop song; and an early, uptempo version of his own composition with Orlando as co-writer, "Could It Be Magic." A fourth tune recorded was "Rosalie Rosie", which was to be the flip side of "Could It Be Magic", but Bell Records went with "Morning" as the flip for Featherbed's second release instead.The very last releases utilizing the Bell imprint have the designation "Bell Records, Distributed by Arista Records, 1776 Broadway, New York, New York 10019" around the rim of the label.Davis' reorganization efforts continued to bear fruit in 1974, with the release of Manilow's second album, Barry Manilow II, with "Mandy" as the lead single.