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Dionne Warwick - Greatest Hits (1979-1990)
Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick - Greatest Hits (1979-1990)
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
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All Artists: Dionne Warwick
Title: Dionne Warwick - Greatest Hits (1979-1990)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Arista
Original Release Date: 10/31/1989
Re-Release Date: 10/17/1989
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Oldies, Vocal Pop, Soul, Quiet Storm, Traditional Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 078221854023, 078221854016, 4007192592791

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The title says it all!
andy8047 | Nokomis,Florida | 11/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Since signing with Arista Records in the late 70's,Dionne Warwick scored with a handful of hits. The three tracks I like best are LOVE POWER with Jeffrey Osborne,from 1987's RESERVATIONS FOR TWO,THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR from 1985's FRIENDS and HEARTBREAKER,the Bee Gees composition from the album of the same title released in 1982. Warwick was credited in some sources as Dionne & Friends for TWFAF. The three friends who joined her on that song are Gladys Knight,Stevie Wonder and Elton John. I like DEJA VU also(a hit from '79). All the other songs are good."
S. Sittig | Washington, D.C. | 07/23/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Dionne Warwick's greatest hits from 1979-1990 are covered in this well done retrospective. Personally, I find Warwick's mid to late 60's career much more appealing in terms of material and vocal production, but there are several stand outs on this CD nevertheless. Aside from the obvious "That's What Friends Are For" with Gladys, Elton, and Stevie, this CD contains many mini-gems like a rousing Bee-Gees backed "Heartbreaker", a poignant love farewell ballad with "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again" and a powerful pop "No Night So Long". All three of these songs were top 40 hits, not surprisingly, since they are meticulously written and produced to fit Dionne's smokey vocals. Of the 3 duets included, the only one that strikes any chords is "How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye" and not because of the song itself, but because Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick sing together with so much emotion. By listening to! this track it's easy to see that Warwick was perhaps Vandross's biggest influence, as he himself has acknowledged many a time. One can't help but feel as if the baton is being passed to a younger generation.Most notably perhaps, this CD has the distinction of containing Dionne's last "quality" vocals. Her 90's work has been somewhat hindered by her innability to produce the sound she used to in the 60's and 70's. Although not as flexible as it was in that period, her voice thru the 80's, was still a force to be reckoned with.Buy it if for no other reason than to hear the final perfect oeuvres of a once great vocalist who has recently lost most of her range."
For those who don't know.....
georrell | brooklyn, nyc | 03/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Many folks have negative things to say about others. No matter what u say about Dionne, you must know that the girl can ssssssiiiiiinnnnggg! Althought the tracks selected were ok, the one complaint I have is that the album "Finder of Lost Loves" was totally ignored. How could u have a complilation of Warwick's Arista years and not include "Love Doesn't Live Here Anymore" or "Finder of Lost Loves".....(even if album sales were poor..its about quality..thats why its called "The Best of ...." or "The Greatest...")Anyway, I liked this album and loved "Walk Away"! Go ahead, buy it!"