- Copacabana: Original London Cast Recording
Copacabana Soundtrack album by Barry Manilow Released 1994 Recorded 1994 Genre Musical Label Exallshow Ltd Producer Barry Manilow and Stewart Mackintosh Barry Manilow chronology Greatest Hits: The Platinum Collection
Copacabana: Original London Cast Recording
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Copacabana: Original London Cast Recording is the original cast album for the London show of Copacabana, a full-length West End musical that opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 23 June 1994. It ran for over two years, touring the UK for a further year.
- "Copacabana (Opening Sequence)"
- "Just Arrived"
- "Dancin' Fool"
- "Night On The Town"
- "Man Wanted"
- "Who Needs To Dream"
- "Aye Caramba!"
- "Bolero de Amor"
- "Sweet Heaven"
- "Who Am I Kidding?"
- "Who Am I Kidding? (Reprise)"
- "This Can't Be Real"
- "Welcome to Havana"
- "The Mermaid's Tale"
- "El Bravo"
- "Who Needs To Dream (Reprise)"
- "Copacabana (Finale)"
Studio albumsBarry Manilow · Barry Manilow II · Tryin' to Get the Feeling · This One's for You · Even Now · One Voice · Barry · If I Should Love Again · Here Comes the Night · 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe · Manilow · Swing Street · Barry Manilow (1989) · Because It's Christmas · Showstoppers · Singin' with the Big Bands · Summer of '78 · Manilow Sings Sinatra · Here at the Mayflower · A Christmas Gift of Love · Scores · The Greatest Songs of the Fifties · The Greatest Songs of the Sixties · The Greatest Songs of the Seventies · In the Swing of Christmas · The Greatest Songs of the Eighties · The Greatest Love Songs of All Time · 15 Minutes Live albums CompilationsGreatest Hits · Manilow Magic: 16 Of Barry's Greatest Songs · Greatest Hits Vol. II · The Manilow Collection: Twenty Classic Hits · Grandes Exitos en Español · Especial · Greatest Hits Volume I (1989) · Greatest Hits Volume II (1989) · Greatest Hits Volume III (1989) · The Songs 1975–1990 · Eolia: Love Songs · The Complete Collection and Then Some... · Greatest Hits: The Platinum Collection · From Manilow to Mexico · Ultimate Manilow · The Essential Barry Manilow · Hallmark's The Very Best of Barry Manilow · TIME/LIFE's Barry Manilow Classics · The Essential Barry Manilow: Limited Edition 3.0 · Playlist: The Very Best of Barry Manilow Soundtracks With Bette Midler With others Related articles Resident ShowsBarry Manilow on Broadway · Barry Manilow at the Gershwin · Manilow Music and Passion · Ultimate Manilow The Hits · Manilow Live at the Paris Las Vegas
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