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  1. Garamar Reply
    People Get Ready Hey Jude The Weight Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever out of 5 stars DIONNE WARWICK'S 15th ALBUM "BIG LOVE"! Reviewed in the United States on April 15, This is a cover album by Ms. Warwick on smash hits from soul music and pop. Simply one of her best albums/5(11).
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    2 days ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Indianapolis Pressing Vinyl release of Friends on Discogs. Label: Arista - AL,Arista - AL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Indianapolis Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Soul, Easy Listening, Rhythm & Blues, Smooth Jazz, Vocal.
  3. Meztigrel Reply
    Along with Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Thom Bell was one of the three people responsible for The Sound Of Philadelphia, a lush, orchestrated take on soul music that dominated the charts in the early to mids. Using the most unusual instrumentation – harpsichords, French horns, sitars – Bell’s arrangements built the careers of the [ ].
  4. Doshura Reply
    Soulful Plus, an Album by Dionne Warwick. Released in on Rhino Handmade. Genres: Smooth Soul, Pop Soul. rym. rym front page; 9 People Get Ready 10 Vinyl LP Metronome / Soulful Plus.
  5. Kitilar Reply
    Informationen zum Album Soulful von Dionne Warwick. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
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    how black and white is used to show the puppets controlled by evil all done in plain sight.
  7. Fenrishakar Reply
    Dionne Warwicke - From Within - 2x LP Gatefold - Scepter Records SPS - Tracks: Battle Hymn Of The Republic Somebody Bigger Than You And I Grace People Get Ready Steal Away Jesus Will Summertime You'll Never Walk Alone Unchained Melody Medley () Reach Out And Touch All Kinds Of People Macarthur Park To Be Young, Gifted And Black.
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    Someone of my generation, someone with whom I must have spoken dozens of times ever since we discovered we were neighbors on W. 56th St. in That was the year we did our very first interview. It was for Britain’s “Blues & Soul” magazine and Luther was just enthralled that he was actually being interviewed for a U.K. publication!
  9. Tojora Reply
    In the late '60s, it was briefly in vogue for woman singers known more for pop than for soul to go to Memphis, Miami, or Muscle Shoals to record and get funky. Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Lulu, and Cher all did this, and so did Dionne Warwick, with 's Soulful. And although it was actually a big commercial success, reaching number 11 on.