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December 18, 1987 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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me grounded. My roots in
Brooklyn keep me grounded,"
he says.
He admits to "glamorizing
that time of my life' despite —
or maybe because of — the
financial hardships and the
animosity that existed be-
tween his grandmother and
his father, who was Irish.
"I look back on that time as
a nice part of my life," says
Manilow. "Isn't that the way
it always is about home?"
Home is where he parks his
talents these days. Despite
the accolades and the shrieks
from fans, it was, for many
years, the groans of critics
that got to Manilow. Too
white bread they said of the
guy with the challah
background. Too mushy, too
sentimental, too. . . .
Too popular? To many,
Manilow had only to sing
When I Wanted You for them
to feel wanted. But the singer
didn't feel wanted himself;
Manilow finally won over
many critics with his album
2 A.M. Paradise Cafe, one of
many to go either gold or
platinum.

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Paradise Cafe was also

Manilow's cup of tea — an
album of jazz, a form of music
he fell in love with early on.
The conversation continues.
Outside, fans are revving up
for what will soon be their
time with the star. "They're
great," Manilow says of his
fans. Late the night before, he
had sent some staffers out to
the line with containers of cof-
fee and dougnuts to help his
fans ward off the cold.

Would Manilow spend a
night camping out to see an
idol of his? "I can't think
anybody I'd do it for," he says.
Manilow is the type to go
out of his way, however, There
are reports that his mother,
Edna, has been sickly. Man-
ilow it has been reported,
rushes to her side every night
after his daily tour, flying to
her from wherever he may be.
Indeed, his mother figures
prominently in the book —
although not always in such
glorious terms. She is de-
tailed as an alcoholic and
a woman who attempted
suicide. The accounts are
honestly written.
Manilow gave his mother a
copy of the galleys before the
book was published to gauge
her reaction and get her per-
mission. "She liked it," he
says. "In fact, she helped me
remember things."
It is helpful to be able to say
"My Son, the Composer."
Manilow wrote I Made It
Through the Rain for his
mother as a tribute to the
hardships she overcame. She

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