Dionne Warwick

Warwick, Dionne (Music CD - 1989)
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Dionne Warwick
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Authors: Warwick, Dionne
Title: Dionne Warwick
[sound recording]
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Rhino, [1989]
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: Popular songs
Principally by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Originally released as Scepter singles, 1962-1970
Compact disc
Program notes by Ellis Widner ([8] p. : ports.) inserted in container
Contents: Don't make me over
This empty place
Anyone who had a heart
Walk on by
You'll never get to heaven (if you break my heart)
A house is not a home
Reach out for me
Who can I turn to / Bricusse, Newley
Looking with my eyes
Are you there (with another girl)
Message to Michael
Trains and boats and planes
Just don't know what to do with myself
Another night
The windows of the world
I say a little prayer
(Theme from) Valley of the dolls / Previn, Previn
Do you know the way to San Jose
(There's) always something there to remind me
Promises, promises
The April fools
I'll never fall in love again
The green grass starts to grow
Credits: Original recordings produced by Burt Dacharach and Hal David, except "Message to Michael" and "The Green Grass starts to grow." Produced for compact disc by Bill Inglot.
Performers: Dionne Warwick, vocals; with acc.
Subject Headings: Popular music 1961-1970
Topical Term: Popular music
Additional Contributors: Bacharach, Burt
David, Hal 1921-2012
Publisher No: R2 71100
Branch Call Number: CD POP Warwick-0506
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Apr 21, 2012
  • zal rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

She is the embodiment of classic pop singing and this 24 tract-album contains almost all her hits in the 60s. While, she continue to make waves in the late 70s and 80s, those songs would not merit that level she had in her earlier career. Thank goodness, those were not included like those new anthologies being repacked lately. With the exception of two songs, this album may rightfully be tagged as a Bacharach-David Songbook delivered by their very muse, Ms. Warwick. The pamphlet , by the way, is very informative like her misspelled last name which remains uncorrected until now. This is a great album that I decided to buy my own and include them in my CD shelves. Listening to these wonderful tracts bring back good memories and that wonderful delivery of Burt and Hal's classic compositions. Enjoy!


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Apr 21, 2012
  • zal rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

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