Dionne is a 1979 album by the vocalist Dionne Warwick. It was recorded during the winter of 1978–79, and was released in the spring of 1979. The LP was originally issued as number AB-4230 in the Arista Catalog. The album stands as the biggest selling album of Warwick's career, being certified Platinum in the . for sales in excess of 1 million copies.
An old friend told me that you just ran out of chances One too many dances down the narrow street of time Remember how we faced the world, like two tramps shining Please, don't let that magic ever end Don't forget what we learned living on the wind No night so long that you can't find the day; No day. so wrong that you can't find your way; Call on me like you used to do I still can show you who you are That day the long and dusty road had us both crying We used up our last joke just to try to smile a again And only now I find I know what we were learning Though it's
Soulful, an album by Dionne Warwick, was released in 1969 on Scepter Records. It was the first of Warwick's Scepter albums that did not directly involve her longtime production and songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David being produced by Warwick and Chips Moman and comprising covers of Soul or what were considered Soul-influenced Pop songs designed to showcase Warwick as more of an R&B singer than had her collaborations with Bacharach and David.
Tracklist: 1. Easy Love, 2. No Night So Long, 3. It’s The Falling In Love, 4. When The World Runs Out Of Love, 5. We Never Said Goodbye, 6. How You Once Loved Me, 7. Reaching For The Sky, 8. Sweetie Pie, 9. Somebody’s Angel, 10. We Had This Time. More albums from Dionne Warwick: Just Being Myself by Dionne Warwick. Track Of The Cat by Dionne Warwick. A Decade Of Gold – The Dionne Warwicke Story by Dionne Warwick. Then Came You by Dionne Warwick. Christmas In Vienna II by Dionne Warwick. Friends Can Be Lovers by Dionne Warwick. Hot ! Live And Otherwise by Dionne Warwick. Heartbreaker by Dionne Warwick. View all albums . No Night So Long.
No Night So Long" is the title track of a 1980 album by Dionne Warwick, written by Richard Kerr and Will Jennings. No Night So Long" peaked at number twenty-three on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent three weeks at number one on the adult contemporary chart. It was Warwick's third number one on the AC chart. List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1980 (. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics.
The Dionne Warwick Collection: Her All-Time Greatest Hits. Golden Legends: Dionne Warwick Live (Live Recording). The Definitive Collection (Remastered).
No Night So Long is a 1980 album by the vocalist Dionne Warwick. It was her second album for the Arista label (originally issued as number AL 9526). The album's title track, "No Night So Long" was written by Richard Kerr and Will Jennings, the same team that wrote Warwick's 1979 comeback hit "I'll Never Love This Way Again". Isaac Hayes and Adrienne Anderson contributed another song, "We Never Said Goodbye" (the duo had provided Warwick with "Deja Vu" in 1979 from her previous album Dionne). This album was reissued on CD by sta in Japan in 1986, but only 500 copies were pressed. Until March 2010, no other CDs were produced.
Dionne Warwick lyrics - 281 song lyrics sorted by album, including "That's What Friends Are For", "I'll Never Fall In Love Again", "Walk On By. album: "No Night So Long" (1980). No Night So Long It's The Falling In Love When The World Runs Out Of Love We Never Said Goodbye How You Once Loved Me Reaching For The Sky Sweetie Pie Somebody's Angel We Had This Time. album: "Friends In Love" (1982).
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|A||No Night So Long
Written-By – Richard Kerr, Will Jennings
|B||Reaching For The Sky
Written-By – Peabo Bryson
- Producer – Steve Buckingham
|AS 0527||Dionne Warwick||No Night So Long (7")||Arista||AS 0527||US||1980|
|AS 0527||Dionne Warwick||No Night So Long / Reaching For The Sky (7", Single)||Arista||AS 0527||US||1980|
|AS 10.035||Dionne Warwick||Ninguna Noche Es Tan Larga (No Night So Long) (7", Single)||Arista||AS 10.035||Chile||1980|
|AS 0527||Dionne Warwick||No Night So Long (7", Mono, Promo)||Arista||AS 0527||US||1980|
|AAJ 1093||Dionne Warwick||No Night So Long (7", Single)||Arista||AAJ 1093||South Africa||1980|