A no-filler survey of the singer/songwriter’s Top 40 glory years, concentrating upon his mid-‘70s through early ‘80s output. What comes through here is the deep connection Barry has to the Broadway and vaudeville traditions of his native New York. From the aria-like “Mandy” through the classically-rooted “Could It Be Magic” and the anthemic “I Write the Songs,” Manilow stirred the emotions of millions.