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Dionne Warwick's 12th long-player since 1962 was the follow-up to her first Top Ten album, 1968's acclaimed Valley of the Dolls. Similarly, the same year's Promises, Promises was highlighted by its lead composition. In this instance, Promises, Promises was Neil Simon's adaptation of Billy Wilder's screenplay for the film The Apartment. Although Warwick herself was never cast in the co-lead role of Fran Kubelik, she popularized a handful of selections from the Burt Bacharach/Hal David score. In fact, her upbeat rendering of the title track became the LP's highest-charting cut, placing within the Top 20 during November of 1968. The show additionally yielded a pair of ballads, the intimately yearning "Whoever You Are, I Love You" and "Wanting Things," a haunting languid waltz that is arguably one of the most underappreciated collaborations between the vocalist and composers. Interestingly, the latter is arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky rather than Bacharach, who had likewise directed Warwick on her interpretation of the aforementioned pieces from Promises, Promises. Bacharach and David also supplied the definitive "This Girl's in Love With You," which reached number seven in February of 1969, and the midtempo "Who Is Gonna Love Me?" Others worthy of mention are Peter Matz's arrangement of "Little Green Apples" and "Where Am I Going" from the play Sweet Charity. [In 2003, Promises, Promises was issued on a two-fer CD with 1970's I'll Never Fall in Love Again. The latter effort boasted another pair of songs from the stage show, the number six pop hit "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" and "Knowing When to Leave." Plus, the 45-rpm-only "Dream Sweet Dreamer" and "Odds and Ends" are offered up as supplementary material.]


Nacido(a): 12 de diciembre de 1940 en East Orange, NJ

Género: R&B/Soul

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Dionne Warwick es una cantante pop inigualable que sólo pudo haber surgido del contexto Brill Building pos-Elvis Presley y pre-Beatles del pop urbano de comienzos de los '60. Allí es cuando ella se juntó con Burt Bacharach y Hal David, escritores de canciones y productores, quienes escribieron canciones inusualmente complejas para su dolida aunque distante voz de contralto. El sonido de la Warwick se asocia invariablemente a esas canciones, aún cuando se las arregló para remontar su carrera tras...
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