Dionne Warwick - Anyone Who Had A Heart Album
|1||Oh Lord, What Are You Doing To Me|
Written-By – B. Keyes, L. Dixon
|2||Anyone Who Had A Heart||3:11|
|3||Please Make Him Love Me||2:33|
|4||This Empty Place||2:55|
|5||I Could Make You Mine||2:25|
|6||Getting Ready For The Heartbreak|
Written-By – L. Weiss, L. Edwards
|7||I Cry Alone||2:37|
|8||Put Yourself In My Place|
Written-By – R. Obrecht, W. Drain
|9||Shall I Tell Her|
Written-By – Pomus, Shuman
|10||Any Old Time Of Day||3:08|
Written-By – Al Cleveland, Barbara English
|12||Don't Make Me Over||2:46|
|SRM-517, SCEPTER 517||Dionne Warwick||Anyone Who Had A Heart (LP, Album, Mono)||Scepter Records, Scepter Records||SRM-517, SCEPTER 517||US||1964|
|LD 635-30, LD. 635-30||Dionne Warwick||Anyone Who Had A Heart (LP, Album, Mono)||Disques Vogue, Scepter Records, Disques Vogue||LD 635-30, LD. 635-30||France||1964|
|SPS-517||Dionne Warwick||Anyone Who Had A Heart (LP, Album)||Scepter Records||SPS-517||US||1964|
|SPS-517||Dionne Warwick||Anyone Who Had A Heart (LP, Album)||Scepter Records||SPS-517||Brazil||Unknown|
|SPS-517, 517||Dionne Warwick||Anyone Who Had A Heart (LP, Album, RE)||Scepter Records, Scepter Records||SPS-517, 517||US||1971|
- Mastered By – Al Brown
- Written-By – Hal David - Burt Bacharach (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B4 to B6)
Monarch pressing per (MR) stamp in runouts.
1971 reissue on "kaleidescope" labels.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): SPS517-2A (MR) △16410 al.Brown audiospectrum
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): SPS517-2A (MR) △16410-X al.Brown audiospectrum
- Published By – U.S. Songs, Inc.
- Published By – Hill & Range Songs, Inc.
- Published By – Jonathan Music Co., Inc.
- Published By – Mansion Music Corp.
- Published By – Ludix Publ. Co.
- Published By – Second Sound Music Corp
- Published By – Trio Music Co., Inc.
- Published By – Sequence Music Inc.
- Mastered At – Audio Spectrum
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – △16410
Anyone Who Had a Heart is the second album by American singer Dionne Warwick, released in 1964 on the Scepter label. It was produced by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. The album is notable for including the title track, which became Warick's first top ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100. Also featured are three tracks which appeared on her first album, Presenting Dionne Warwick issued the year before: Don't Make Me Over, 'This Empty Place, and I Cry Alone. These three tracks are exactly identical to. Dionne Warwick's 1963 Anyone Who Had A Heart hit the Billboard Top Ten in January 1964 and peaked at 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Linda Ronstadt covered the tune in 1994 as a tribute to Warwick for the album Winter Light. Dusty Springfield cut a cover of the tune in 1964 and both. Текст песни: Anyone who ever loved could look at me And know that I love you Amyone who ever dreamed could look at me And know I dream of you Knowing I love you so Anyone who had a heart Would take me in his Who Had A Heart - Dionne Warwick. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album Dionne Warwick - Anyone Who Had A Heart 1964. Anyone Who Had A Heart is the sophomore studio album by pop singer, Dionne Warwick, released in February 1964. The album became a successful due to the albums' title track. The song peaked at 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, 6 on the R&B Singles chart, 2 on the Adult Contemporary chart, and 42 on the UK Singles Chart. This album was remastered and reissued on both Compact Disc and MP3 format on November 29, 2011 on the Collectables Records. View wiki. Album 1963 12 Songs. Anyone Who Had a Heart Dionne Warwick. I love you so Anyone who had a heart Would take me in his arms and love me, too You couldn't really have a heart And hurt me like you hurt me And be so untrue What am I to do Every time you go away I always say This time it's goodbye, dear Loving you the way I do I take you back Without you I'd die, dear. Knowing I love you so Anyone who had a heart Would take me in his arms and love me, too You couldn't really have a heart And hurt me like you hurt me And be so untrue What am I to do Knowing I love you so Anyone who. Anyone Who Had a Heart 1964 continues her association with songwriters Hal David and Burt Bacharach. Her rich tonality is perfectly suited to their haunting and slightly noir material, although Warwick's immediate success with Don't Make Me Over was nearly stunted, as the tune was initially rejected by Scepter Records co-founder Florence Greenberg