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Heartbreaker - Dionne Warwick

Heartbreaker
Dionne Warwick is a legendary American vocalist, she’s also Whitney Houston’s cousin. Throughout her career she’s released over fifty albums, won five Grammy’s and been nominated for a further seven as well as getting over thirty top 40 R&B hits.
HEARTBREAKER was released in 1982 by Arista. The majority of the tracks are penned by Barry Gibb plus the late Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb. This peaked at #13 in the R&B chart, #25 Pop and #3 in the UK. It was her most successful album since the sixties.
HEARTBREAKER was a massive hit in the US gaining Dionne the #1 spot in the Adult Contemporary chart as well as Pop #10, and R&B #14 and # 2 in the UK. Barry Gibb appears as a backing vocalist on this recording and the song was covered by the Bee Gees in 2001.
TAKE THE SHORT WAY HOME reached #5 in the Adult Contemporary chart, as well as Pop #41 and R&B #43
ALL THE LOVE IN THE WORLD was the third single from HEARTBREAKER. It gained Dionne the #16 position in the Adult Contemporary and # 6 in the UK. YOURS was released as a single in the UK and reached #66 in the charts.
Released in deluxe Super Jewel cases, HEARTBREAKER is a must for all Soul and Disco fans out there!

Release Date: 24/09/2012

Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDBBR0188
Weight: 200
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1. HEARTBREAKER
2. IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
3. YOURS
4. TAKE THE SHORT WAY HOME
5. MISUNDERSTOOD
6. ALL THE LOVE IN THE WORLD
7. I CAN’T SEE ANYTHING (BUT YOU)
8. JUST ONE MORE NIGHT
9. YOU ARE MY LOVE
10. OUR DAY WILL COME



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