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Dionne Warwick

Dionne Warwick is an American, multi award-winning, Music Hall of Fame soul and easy-listening singer, also a United Nations Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization and Ambassador of Health.

Her most familiar songs since 1962 include "Walk On By", "Do You Know The Way To San Jose?" and "Heartbreaker".

She released her debut album, "Presenting Dionne Warwick" in 1963, followed by: "Anyone Who Had a Heart" (1964), "Make Way for Dionne Warwick" (1964), "Here I Am" (1965), "The Sensitive Sound of Dionne Warwick" (1965), "Here Where There Is Love" (1966), "The Windows of the World" (1967), "On Stage and in the Movies" (1967), "Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls" (1968), "Promises, Promises" (1968), "The Magic of Believing (with The Drinkard Singers)" (1968), "Soulful" (1969), "Very Dionne" (1970), "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (1970), "Dionne" (1972), "Just Being Myself" (1973), "Track of the Cat" (1975), "Then Came You" (1975), "Love at First Sight" (1977), "Dionne" (1979), "No Night So Long" (1980), "Heartbreaker" (1982), "Friends in Love" (1982), "How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye" (1983), "Friends" (1985), "Finder of Lost Loves" (1985), "Reservations for Two" (1987), "Dionne Warwick Sings Cole Porter" (1990), "Friends Can Be Lovers" (1993), "Aquarela do Brasil" (1994), "Dionne Sings Dionne" (1998), "Dionne Sings Dionne, Vol. 2" (2000), "My Favorite Time of the Year" (2004), "My Friends & Me" (2006), "Why We Sing" (2008), "Only Trust Your Heart" (2011), "Now" (2012), "Feels So Good" (2014), plus 2019's: "She's Back".

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