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Dionne Warwick - (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls Album
Soul
Performer: Dionne Warwick
Title: (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls
Style: Soul
Year 1967
Country UK
Label Pye International
Catalog Number 7N.25445
Genre: Soul
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 849
MP3 size: 1528 mb
FLAC size: 1242 mb
WMA size: 1359 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Solid Centre

Dionne Warwick - (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls Album

Tracklist

1Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
Written-By – Wrubel, Gilbert
2(Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls
Arranged By – Pat WilliamsProducer – Bacharach, DavidWritten-By – Andre Previn, Dory Previn

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7N.25445Dionne Warwick (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls ‎(7", Single, 4 p)Pye International7N.25445UK1967
45.256-ADionne Warwick Valley Of The Dolls / Let Me Be Lonely ‎(7")Scepter Records, Vergara45.256-ASpain1968
HS-1101Dionne Warwick Theme From The Valley Of The Dolls/Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah ‎(7", Single)Scepter RecordsHS-1101Sweden1968
7N.25445Dionne Warwick (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls ‎(7", Single, Promo, 4 p)Pye International7N.25445UK1967
CS-5.003Dionne Warwick Valley Of The Dolls / Go With Love ‎(7", Single)RozenblitCS-5.003Brazil1968

Credits

  • EngineerPhil Ramone

Notes

Made In England

Companies

  • Published By – Robbins
  • Published By – Sun

Album

Theme from Valley of the Dolls is a 1967 song by André and Dory Previn, composed for the film version of the Jacqueline Susann novel Valley of the Dolls, and recorded by Dionne Warwick. Actress Barbara Parkins, who starred in the motion picture, suggested that Warwick be considered to sing the film's theme song. The song was to be given to Judy Garland, who had been fired from the film. Warwick performed the song, and when the film became a success in the early weeks of 1968, her single of the. Dionne Warwick's twelfth album for the Scepter label Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls featured the single. The album was smartly marketed as The only album in which you will hear Dionne Warwick singing the Of The Dolls Theme From - Dionne Warwick. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. R'n'B Pop Soul. Dionne Warwick. Дайон Уорвик выиграла свою первую премию Грэмми за сингл ''Do you know the way to San Jose'' в номинации ''Лучшее женское вокальное поп исполнение''. Songs in album Dionne Warwick - Dionne Warwick In Valley Of The Dolls 1968. Dionne Warwick - As Long As There's An Apple Tree. Dionne Warwick - Theme From Valley Of The Dolls. Dionne Warwick - Silent Voices. Dionne Warwick - Do You Know The Way To San Jose. Dionne Warwick - For The Rest Of My Life. Dionne Warwick - Let Me Be Lonely. In the same recording session that yielded the Theme From Valley of the Dolls, Warwick cut a powerful reading of You're My World, which had been a sizable side for Cilla Black. The rousing For the Rest of My Life is additionally distinguished as the Italian-sung Dedicato All Amore, her entry in the 1967 San Remo Song Festival. Theme From Valley of the Dolls. Preview Preview. Follow Dionne Warwick and others on SoundCloud. Album Anthology 1962-1969. Theme From Valley Of The Dolls Lyrics. Gotta get off, gonna get Have to get off from this ride Gotta get hold, gonna get Need to get hold of my pride. When did I get, where did I How was I caught in this game When will I know, where will I How will I think of my name. When did I stop feeling sure, feeling safe And start wondering why, wondering why Is this a dream, am I here, where are you What's in back of the sky, why do we cry. Gotta get off, gonna get Out of this merry-go-round Gotta get off, gonna get Need to get on where I'm bound. Theme from Valley of the Dolls, 03:38. Silent Voices, 03:10. Do You Know the Way to San Jose, 02:59. For the Rest of My Life, 03:11. Let Me Be Lonely, 03:38. Where Would I Go, 02:44. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. from the album Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls. I Say a Little Prayer. Warwick re-recorded a Pat Williams-arranged and Burt Bacharach-produced version of the theme at A&R Studios in New York because contractual restrictions from her home label, Scepter Records, would not allow her version from the film to be included in the 20th Century-Fox soundtrack album. The re-recorded version became a million-seller. The RIAA-certified Gold Scepter LP that contained the hit version of the song, Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls, peaked at number six on the Billboard Top 10 Albums chart, and would remain on the chart for over a year