Über 75 Millionen Singles hat Dionne Warwick in ihrer Karriere verkauft, 56 Songs landeten allein in den US-Charts. Am Dezember feiert. Vom Gospel zum Soul, vom Easy Listening zum biederen Fernseh-Pop und zurück zu den Wurzeln: Dionne Warwick, die auf eine beachtliche. Am beehrt uns Dionne Warwick mit einer Sondervorstellung in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin. Fans können ihre "She's Back: One Last Word"-Tour live.
Glückwunsch, Dionne WarwickVom Gospel zum Soul, vom Easy Listening zum biederen Fernseh-Pop und zurück zu den Wurzeln: Dionne Warwick, die auf eine beachtliche. DIONNE WARWICK setzte Maßstäbe und avancierte während ihrer fast jährigen Karriere zur Ikone der amerikanischen Popmusik mit Rekorderfolgen weit. Marie Dionne Warwick ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin und Fernsehmoderatorin. Die fünffache Grammy-Gewinnern ist laut dem Magazin Rolling Stone die „Pionier-Chanteuse des schwarzen Middle-of-the-Road-Pop“ und wurde besonders als Muse und.
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I will be happy when things get back to normal and I can start singing for all of you again. She often made trips to New York to record with the group, and during one of these sessions she met composer and producer Burt Bacharach , who invited her to sing on some demos he was recording with lyricist Hal David.
Her singing caught the attention of an executive at Scepter Records, and Warrick was soon signed to the label. The single proved relatively successful, and Warwick subsequently began touring worldwide.
In the mids she began appearing in popular nightclubs and theatres and also on television, including appearances on Hullabaloo and The Red Skelton Hour.
Warwick continued to release hit singles and albums throughout the s, largely collaborations with Bacharach and David. After a decade of successful collaborations, Bacharach, David, and Warwick quarreled and parted ways.
The song, the proceeds of which went to funding AIDS research, earned Warwick her fifth Grammy. In addition to her music , Warwick devoted much of her time to entrepreneurial endeavours—including a skin care and fragrance line and an interior design group—and to charity projects.
Warwick continued to record into the 21st century. In she published an autobiography, My Life, As I See It cowritten with David Freeman Wooley.
Dionne Warwick Article Media Additional Info. It was not written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David; it was the "B" side of her "I Say a Little Prayer" single, and it was a song that she almost did not record.
The song was to be recorded by Judy Garland , who was subsequently fired from the film. Warwick performed the song, and when the film became a success in the early weeks of , disc jockeys flipped the single and made the single one of the biggest double-sided hits of the rock era and another million seller.
At the time, RIAA rules allowed only one side of a double-sided hit single to be certified as gold, but Scepter awarded Warwick an "in-house award" to recognize " Theme from Valley of the Dolls" as a million selling tune.
The LP Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls , released in early and containing the re-recorded version of the movie theme 2 for weeks , " Do You Know the Way to San Jose?
The film soundtrack LP, without Warwick vocals, failed to impress the public, while Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls earned an RIAA Gold certification.
The single "Do You Know the Way to San Jose? More hits followed into , including "Who Is Gonna Love Me" 32, with "B" side, " There's Always Something There to Remind Me " becoming another double-sided hit; "Promises, Promises" 19, ; " This Girl's in Love with You " 7, ; "The April Fools" 37, ; " You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' " 15, ; " I'll Never Fall in Love Again " 6 Pop, 1 AC, ; " Make It Easy on Yourself " 37 Pop, 10 AC, ; "Let Me Go to Him" 32 Pop, 4 AC , ; and "Paper Mache" 43 Pop, 3 AC , Warwick had become the priority act of Scepter Records with the release of " Anyone Who Had a Heart " in By the end of , Warwick had sold an estimated 35 million singles and albums internationally in less than nine years and more than 16 million singles in the U.
Exact figures of her sales are unknown and probably underestimated, due to Scepter Records' apparently lax accounting policies and the company policy of not submitting recordings for RIAA audit.
Warwick became the first Scepter artist to request RIAA audits of her recordings in with the release of "I Say a Little Prayer". On September 17, , CBS Television aired Warwick's first television special, entitled The Dionne Warwick Chevy Special.
Warwick's guests were Burt Bacharach, George Kirby , Glen Campbell , and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Sonday was distributed by Scepter.
In , Warwick left the family atmosphere of Scepter Records for Warner Bros. Warwick's last LP for Scepter was the soundtrack for the motion picture The Love Machine , in which she appeared in an uncredited cameo, released in July In , Bacharach and David sued Scepter Records for an accurate accounting of royalties due the team from their recordings with Warwick and labelmate B.
The label, with the defection of Warwick to Warner Bros. Records, filed for bankruptcy in and was sold to Springboard International Records in The album peaked at 57 on the Billboard Hot Album Chart.
In , Burt Bacharach and Hal David scored and wrote the tunes for the motion picture Lost Horizon. However, the film was panned by the critics, and in the fallout, the songwriting duo decided to terminate their working relationship.
The break-up left Warwick devoid of their services as her producers and songwriters. She was contractually obligated to fulfill her contract with Warners without Bacharach and David, and she would team with a variety of producers during her tenure with the label.
Faced with the prospect of being sued by Warner Bros. Also in , Warwick had her name changed to "Warwicke" per the advice of Linda Goodman , an astrologer friend, who believed it would bring greater success.
A few years later, she reverted to the old spelling after a string of disappointments and an absence from the Billboard top There were no big hits during the early and mid part of the decade, aside from 's " Then Came You ", recorded as a duet with the Spinners and produced by Thom Bell.
Bell later noted, "Dionne made a strange face when we finished [the song]. She didn't like it much, but I knew we had something.
So we ripped a dollar in two, signed each half and exchanged them. I told her, 'If it doesn't go number one, I'll send you my half.
There was an apology on it. Other than this success, Warwick's five years on Warner Bros. Records produced no other major hits, but "Then Came You" was issued by co-owned Atlantic Records , the Spinners' label.
Warwick recorded five albums with Warners: Dionne , produced by Bacharach and David and a modest chart success; Just Being Myself , produced by Holland-Dozier-Holland; Then Came You , produced by Jerry Ragovoy ; Track of the Cat , produced by Thom Bell ; and Love at First Sight , produced by Steve Barri and Michael Omartian.
Her five-year contract with Warners expired in , and with that, she ended her stay at the label. With the move to Arista Records and the release of her RIAA-certified million seller " I'll Never Love This Way Again " in , Warwick was again enjoying top success on the charts.
The song was produced by Barry Manilow. The accompanying album, Dionne , was certified Platinum in the United States for sales exceeding one million units.
Warwick had been personally signed and guided by the label's founder Clive Davis , who told her, "You may be ready to give the business up, but the business is not ready to give you up.
She became the first female artist in the history of the awards to win in both categories the same year. In January , while under contract to Arista Records, Warwick hosted a two-hour TV special called Solid Gold ' This was adapted into the weekly one-hour show Solid Gold , which she hosted throughout and and again in — Major highlights of each show were the duets she performed with her co-hosts, which often included some of Warwick's hits and her co-hosts' hits, intermingled and arranged by Solid Gold musical director Michael Miller.
Another highlight in each show was Warwick's vocal rendition of the Solid Gold theme, composed by Miller with lyrics by Dean Pitchford. After a brief appearance in the Top Forty in early with Johnny Mathis on "Friends in Love" — from the album of the same name — Warwick's next hit later that same year was her full-length collaboration with Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees for the album Heartbreaker.
The song became one of Warwick's biggest international hits, returning her to the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot as well as 1 Adult Contemporary and No.
The tune was also a Top 10 hit throughout continental Europe, Australia 1 , Japan, South Africa, Canada and Asia.
The title track was taken from the album of the same name which sold over 3 million copies internationally and earned Warwick an RIAA USA Gold record award for the album.
In Britain, the disc was certified Platinum. Warwick later stated to Wesley Hyatt in his Billboard Book of Number One Adult Contemporary Hits that she was not initially fond of " Heartbreaker " but recorded the tune because she trusted the Bee Gees' judgment that it would be a hit.
The project came about when Clive Davis was attending his aunt's wedding in Orlando, Florida in early and spoke with Barry Gibb. Gibb mentioned that he had always been a fan of Warwick's, and Davis arranged for Warwick and the Bee Gees to discuss a project.
Warwick and the Gibb brothers obviously hit it off as both the album and the title single were released in October to massive success.
In , Warwick released How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye , produced by Luther Vandross. The album peaked at 57 on the Billboard album chart. Of note was a reunion with the original Shirelles on Warwick's cover of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
In , Warwick contributed her voice to the multi- Grammy Award winning charity song " We Are the World ", along with vocalists like Michael Jackson , Diana Ross , and Ray Charles.
The song spent four consecutive weeks at 1 on the Billboard Hot chart. It was the year's biggest hit — certified four times Platinum in the United States alone.
In , Warwick recorded the American Foundation for AIDS Research AmFAR benefit single " That's What Friends Are For " alongside Gladys Knight , Elton John and Stevie Wonder.
The single, credited to "Dionne and Friends", was released in October and eventually raised over three million dollars for that cause.
You have to be granite not to want to help people with AIDS, because the devastation that it causes is so painful to see.
I was so hurt to see my friend die with such agony," Warwick told the Washington Post in It also was ranked by Billboard magazine as the most popular song of With this single Warwick also released her most successful album of the s, titled Friends , which reached 12 on Billboard's album chart.
In Warwick scored another hit with " Love Power ". A duet with Jeffrey Osborne , it was also written by Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager , and it was featured in Warwick's album Reservations for Two.
The album's title song, a duet with Kashif , was also a chart hit. Other artists featured on the album included Smokey Robinson and June Pointer. During the s, Warwick hosted infomercials for the Psychic Friends Network , which featured self-described psychic Linda Georgian.
The number psychic service was active from to According to press statements throughout the s, the program was the most successful infomercial for several years and Warwick earned in excess of three million dollars per year as spokesperson for the network.
In , Inphomation, the corporation owning the network, filed for bankruptcy and Warwick ended her association with the organization.
Warwick's longtime friend and tour manager Henry Carr acknowledged that "when Dionne was going through an airport and a child recognized her as 'that psychic lady on TV', Dionne was crushed and said she had worked too hard as an entertainer to become known as 'the psychic lady.
Warwick's most publicized album during this period was 's Friends Can Be Lovers , which was produced in part by Ian Devaney and Lisa Stansfield.
Featured on the album was "Sunny Weather Lover", which was the first song that Burt Bacharach and Hal David had written together for Warwick since It was Warwick's lead single in the United States, and was heavily promoted by Arista , but failed to chart.
The Aquarela Do Brasil album marked the end of Warwick's contract with Arista Records. In , Warwick recorded the song " It's All Over " with former member of Modern Talking Dieter Bohlen Blue System.
ABC alleged that Warwick flew first class and was accommodated at first-class hotels for charity concerts and events in which she participated for the Foundation.
Warwick, who had no executive, administrative, or management role in the organization, challenged ABC to investigate the foundation further and alleged that the ABC report was racially motivated.
An Internal Revenue Service investigation of the Warwick Foundation found no wrongdoing or criminal activity on the part of the Board of Directors or Warwick, and its status as a non-profit charity was upheld.
ABC maintained the report to be factually correct, but the item has not been repeated since the original air date. The foundation was later dissolved.
On October 16, , Warwick was nominated to be Goodwill Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.
In , Warwick's first Christmas album was released. The CD, entitled My Favorite Time of the Year featured jazzy interpretations of many holiday classics.
In , Rhino Records re-released the CD with new cover art. In , Warwick was honored by Oprah Winfrey at her Legends Ball.
She appeared on the May 24, , fifth-season finale of American Idol. Warwick sang a medley of " Walk On By " and " That's What Friends Are For ", with longtime collaborator Burt Bacharach accompanying her on the piano.
In , Warwick signed with Concord Records after a fifteen-year tenure at Arista, which had ended in Her first and only release for the label was My Friends and Me , a duets album containing reworkings of her old hits, very similar to her CD Dionne Sings Dionne.
Among her singing partners were Gloria Estefan , Olivia Newton-John , Wynonna Judd and Reba McEntire. The album was produced by her son, Damon Elliott.
A follow-up album featuring Warwick's old hits as duets with male vocalists was planned, but the project was cancelled.
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