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Dionne Warwick Collection: Her All-Time Greatest Hits album for sale by Dionne Warwick was released Oct 26, 1989 on the Rhino (Label) label. THE DIONNE WARWICK COLLECTION was released a few years before the pop world at large gave the music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David a long-overdue reappraisal. Dionne Warwick Collection: Her All-Time Greatest Hits songs Decades of Muzak versions of "Alfie" and "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" had largely hidden the sublime and complex pleasures of the originals. This 24-track CD is as much a retrospective of Bacharach and David's best work as it is a showcase for Warwick's stunning versatility. Dionne Warwick Collection: Her All-Time Greatest Hits CD music contains a single disc with 24 songs. ...See Full Description
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||She's Still The One|
I am struck by the complexity of this music. I guess when you are listening on an AM radio, with the ear of a teen - you missed this complexity.
By chipiealandpaula (Billings, Montana USA)
||one is missing,,|
this is high quality,and dionne at her best,,with her stunning voice,and well controlled presentation this is the finest of a lady that has earned the respect of music lovers of all aspect,,thanks.
By ELBOJUCK (CLEVELAND,,OHIO)
||Dionne's Greatest are the Best|
This album contains more totally recognizable songs from the greatest age of modern vocal music.
By hammond.jd (Orlando, FL, USA)
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Dionne Warwick Collection: Her All-Time Greatest Hits songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1117448|
|Release Date||Oct 26, 1989|
|Producer||Burt Bacharach; Hal David|
|Recording Time||72 minutes|
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