Manilow Sings Sinatra is an album by Barry Manilow that was released on November 10, 1998 by Arista Records.

The album is a tribute to singer Frank Sinatra (who had recently died at the time).


  1. One Man In A Spotlight 0:57
  2. I've Got The World On A String 2:12
  3. The Second Time Around 3:33
  4. Come Dance With Me / Come Fly With Me 3:00
  5. All The Way 3:43
  6. You Make Me Feel So Young 3:00
  7. Strangers In The Night 3:08
  8. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning 3:34
  9. Summer Wind 2:45
  10. Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night In The Week) 2:13
  11. Angel Eyes 4:09
  12. My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is) 3:00
  13. Put Your Dreams Away 1:41
  14. Here's To The Man 2:01

Chart PerformanceEdit

"Manilow Sings Sinatra" peaked at #122 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Critical ReceptionEdit

Entertainment Weekly gave the album a "D", writing that it's "lacking the subtlety and nuance that balanced the Chairman’s larger-than-life persona" and that "his one-dimensional readings mainly remind us what a singular talent Sinatra was."

AllMusic's Michael Gallucci gave the album a three-star rating, writing: "Indeed, there's nothing offensive about Manilow's takes on these classics; he pulls them off with class and style. But they've been done before, with more class and more style. And well-intentioned as this album may be, it's ultimately an unnecessary excursion."

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