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The Manhattans

There's No Good In Goodbye (Expanded Edition)

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Release Date:

October 2014

Nº of Discs:

1

Catalogue Nº

FTG-394

Label:

Funkytowngrooves


Tracklisting

1. There’s No Good In Goodbye
2. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
3. Tomorrow
4. Share My Life
5. Am I Losing You
6. Happiness
7. Movin’
8. You’re My Life
9. Goodbye Is The Saddest Word
10. Everybody Has A Dream
11. Don’t Say Goodbye (Single Version)
12. Here Comes The Hurt Again (Single Version)
13. Everybody Has A Dream (Single Version)
14. Am I Losing You (Alternate Version) (Un-Released)
15. Don’t Say Goodbye (X-Rated Version) (Un-Released)
16. Here Comes The Hurt Again (X-Rated Version) (Un-Released)
17. That’s Not Part Of The Show (X-Rated Version) (Un-Released)

Item Description

There’s No Good In Goodbye is Expanded and released on CD for the First Time Ever.

Includes Seven Bonus Tracks which Four are Un-Released Gems.

Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York.

Liner Notes by Matt Bauer

Produced by the legendary Bobby Martin and The Manhattans.

There’s No Good In Goodbye is the 1978 album by legendary soul band The Manhattans, their fifth for the Colombia label. The album placed on the Billboard’s Album Charts peaking at #18.

The title song, a powerful ballad with rich orchestration, was composed by Teddy Randazzo and Roger Joyce.

Another superb melodic slow song is Tomorrow, which derived from the musical Annie and was a minor hit for Cissy Houston on Private Stock in ’77.
The only fast track on the album, is the sparkling Happiness, but the final song on the set was chosen as their biggest single.

The song was a cover of Billy Joel’s Everybody Has A Dream, which derives from Billy’s platinum album called Stranger.

There’s No Good in Goodbye sounds almost as good as its magnificent predecessor the production is amazing, the musicianship is faultless and this band really was a class act.

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