Dionne Warwick is one of the most astounding female singers of the 20th century. Her career spans over 40 years - she has won 5 Grammy Awards and is second only to Aretha Franklin with the most Billboard Hot 100 singles during 1955-1999.
Her first Hit in the UK was in 1964 with "Walk On By". This went to #9, and since then she has gone on to have great chart success with "Heartbreaker" and "All The Love In The World". She is one of the only African-American female recording artists that has stayed true to her soul roots and not branched into Pop or mainstream R&B.
Dionne Warwick - 'The Love Collection', set for release 4th February, 2008, is a selection of all her best Love Songs on one amazing disc. The album includes solo work "Say A Little Prayer" and "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself".
Also present are duets with legends Luther Vandross, "How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye", and Stevie Wonder, "It's You" and the incredible ensemble with Elton John, Glady's Knight and Stevie Wonder in "That's What Friends Are For". To celebrate 'The Love Collection' Dionne Warwick shall be performing at the London Palladium the night before the release.
Show that special someone how much you care with one of the most romantic singers of all time.
Dionne Warwick - 'The Love Collection' track list:
2. Walk On By
3. I Say A Little Prayer
4. Do You Know The Way To San Jose
5. All The Love In The World
6. That's What Friends Are For (with Elton John Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder)
7. Deja Vu
8. So Amazing
9. It's You (with Stevie Wonder)
10. The Look Of Love
11. How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye (with Luther Vandross)
12. Anyone Who Had A Heart
13. Friends In Love (with Johnny Mathis)
14. I Don't Need Another Love (with The Detroit Spinners)
15. I'll Never Fall In Love Again
16. Reach Out For Me
17. Love Power (with Jeffrey Osborne)
18. (They Long To Be) Close To You
19. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
20. What The World Needs Now
Dionne Warwick is scheduled to perform at the London Palladium on 3rd February 2008.
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