|1||We Never Danced to a Love Song|
|2||Send for Me|
|3||Shining Star (Live)|
|4||Kiss and Say Goodbye (Live)|
|5||We Never Danced to a Love Song (Live)|
|6||It Feels So Good to Be Loved So Bad (Live)|
|9||It Feels So Good to Be Loved So Bad|
|10||Kiss And Say Goodbye|
|11||There's No Me Without You|
The Manhattans are an American popular R&B vocal group, with a string of hit records spanning four decades. Their best known million-selling songs being "Kiss and Say Goodbye" and "Shining Star" in 1980.
The Manhattans, originally from Jersey City, New Jersey, formed in 1962 with members George "Smitty" Smith, Edward "Sonny" Bivins (born January 15, 1942, Macon, Georgia), Winfred "Blue" Lovett (born November 16, 1943), Kenny "Wally" Kelley (born Kenneth Kelley, January 9, 1943, New Jersey), and Richard "Ricky" Taylor. Bivins, Lovett, and Kelley were graduating from Lincoln High School, while Taylor and Smith were graduating from Snyder High School. All five enlisted in the armed forces and came together as a group following their discharges from their respective branches.