Dionne Warwick enjoyed a career revival in the late '70s and 1980s when she teamed with such producers as Barry Manilow, Barry Gibb, and even Luther Vandross. They returned her to the elaborately arranged and structured soul-tinged pop that had marked her finest hits, although the lyrics and compositions weren't as consistent as they were during her Burt Bacharach/Hal David period. This album collects the biggest hits from this second phase of Warwick's career, including such triumphs as "Deja Vu" and "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again"; it also introduced a new tune, "Take Good Care of You And Me".
Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue from Dionne Warwick featuring 2013 remastering. The cardboard sleeve faithfully replicates the US original LP artwork and label. Includes stereo tracks and single version(s) (mono). Contains lyrics.
Includes Four Bonus Tracks which all are Un-Released Gems. Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York.
1980 album from Dionne, orginally released on Arista, features the title track hit and "We Never Said Goodbye". This album is now back in print re-released in tandem with Soul Music Records and Sony Legacy in an expanded edition with additional tracks.
After leaving Scepter, Dionne Warwick floundered for a while as she sought the production and arranging assistance she needed to return to her past heights.
Produced by the hit production team of Steve Barri and Michael Omartian (Rhythm Heritage's number one pop hit "Theme From S.W.A.T,"), Dionne Warwick's 1977 Warner Bros. LP Love at First Sight came closest in pop ethic to her earlier sides on Sceptor. Serving as a reminder of those days is the wispy ballad "Do I Have to Cry" and the perky "Early Morning Strangers," which were co-written by Hal David who co-wrote Warwick's '60s/early-'70s hit classics with Burt Bacharach.
Dionne Warwick's career was revived when she teamed with Barry Manilow on this 1979 LP. Manilow's production of such heavily orchestrated numbers as "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again" put Warwick back in the spotlight, as she once again sounded confident and compelling.
25th studio album of American performer which left in 1985 on . Interesting feature of this disc is that that in different parts of the world it left with two different name variants: in Japan and in Germany the album has been published with the name , and in the USA and UK as . Both those and other variants of names have been borrowed from the compositions with the same name which have entered into an album. The second remarkable thing is what on this album for the first time for the last ten years, again has united for cooperation with and his wife (coauthors of a track "Finder Of Lost Loves").
On her new album , Only Trust Your Heart, Dionne Warwick salutes an iconic songwriter of an earlier era: lyricist Sammy Cahn. The collection includes such standards as I Fall in Love Too Easily, The Second Time Around and I'll Never Stop Loving You.