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I question what emotion Manilow touches. People are entertained by him. But are they emotionally moved? I dont believe a
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"I question what emotion Manilow touches. People are entertained by him. But are they emotionally moved? I don't believe anything that Barry Manilow sings"

- Paul Simon

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This quote by Paul Simon suggests that he is not a fan of Barry Manilow's music. He questions the feeling that Manilow's music touches, indicating that it is not mentally moving. He acknowledges that individuals are amused by Manilow's music, but he does not think that it has any emotional effect. This might be translated as a criticism of Manilow's music, as Simon indicates that it is not significant or deep adequate to evoke feeling. It might likewise be interpreted as a reflection of Simon's own musical tastes, as he may choose music that is more emotionally charged. Eventually, this quote suggests that Simon does not think that Manilow's music can touching individuals mentally.

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Paul Simon This quote is written / told by Paul Simon somewhere between October 13, 1941 and today. He was a famous Musician from USA. The author also have 44 other quotes.

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