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Dionne Warwick - The Windows Of The World flac album
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The Windows Of The World
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Soul
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1729 mb
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The Windows of the World is the title of the eighth studio album by Dionne Warwick, released August 1967 when the title cut was in the Top 40. The single "The Windows of the World" had been recorded 13 April 1967 in the same session which produced Warwick's recording of "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me"1 also included on The Windows of the World album.

SPS 563 on front of sleeve (top right corner under STEREO), on back of sleeve (top right corner beside the album title). Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, etched): SPS-563 51.

Tracklist: 1. I Say A Little Prayer, 2. Walk Little Dolly, 3. The Beginning Of Loneliness, 4. Another Night, 5. The Windows Of The World, 6. (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me, 7. Somewhere, 8. You’re Gonna Hear From Me, 9. Love, 10. What’s Good About Goodbye. 1. I Say A Little Prayer. 2. Walk Little Dolly. 3. The Beginning Of Loneliness. 5. The Windows Of The World. 6. (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me. 7. Somewhere.

Conversely, Windows of the World (1967) would garner a favorable impression thanks in part to "Say a Little Prayer" and the hauntingly poignant and politically-tinged title song, "Windows of the World. Both are timeless illustrations of the pop perfection found in Warwick's interpretations of Burt Bacharach and Hal David classics. The same is true of "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," "The Beginning of Loneliness" and the irresistibly groovy "Another Night," all of which were minor hits.

The Windows of the World Tracklist. I Say a Little Prayer Lyrics.

Dionne Warwick followed up the lukewarm reception for On Stage and in the Movies (1967) with her ninth long player for Scepter Records in less than four years. Conversely, Windows of the World (1967) would garner a favorable impression thanks in part to Say a Little Prayer and the hauntingly poignant and politically-tinged title song, Windows of the World. Both are timeless illustrations of the pop perfection found in Warwick’s interpretations of Burt Bacharach and Hal David classics

Send "Dionne Warwick" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Windows Of The World (US Release). Dionne Warwick - The Windows Of The World (US Release) Album Lyrics.

Released in July 1967, "The Windows of the World" was not one of Warwick's biggest hits, reaching number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 27 on the R&B charts Warwick's September 1967 album release featured "The Windows of The World" as its title cut (see The Windows of the World).