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September 23, 2014

JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN

Barry Manilow Halloween Surprise: “I Sing with Dead People” Duets with the Deceased

(Thanks to Dad-O-Lot, nursecindy, Carolyn and The Amazing Steve)

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And folks mocked those zombie apocalypse drills. Who's laughing now?

Amazingly, and yes it is very creepy, this is not a hoax, unless Amazon is in on it.

Bet they all have dry mouth.

Maybe he'll record at ....THE COPA....COPA CABANA...THE HOTTEST SPOT....

I sing LIKE Dead people.

Riffs with stiffs.

How prophetic Saturday Night Live was over 20 years ago. Still waiting for that floor wax dessert topping, though.

Blame Natalie Cole for starting the fad.

Barry Manilow's "2:00 AM Paradise Cafe" album (which actually is a nice blues album) had live duets with Mel Torme and Sarah Vaughn. Which demonstrated that he's no Mel Torme or Sarah Vaughn with the vocals. Maybe he thinks this group won't one-up him.

Vaughan, that is. Oops.

Singing with Zombies, coming this fall to your local Fox station!

Sing out your dead. Sing out your dead.

Barry has been knocking em' dead for more than 40 years.

You all don't know what you're missing!

Sounds like I might enjoy it-- except for the parts where Barry sings.

He's signing with Zombies? Will they do "Time of the Season"?

singing. That's what they're doing. The signing will be in lieu of closed captioning on the videos..

I see dead people

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