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I say a little prayer on an open thread

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This one is from America.

Dionne Warwick, Dionne Warwick’s 1967 single I Say A Little Prayer was written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and recorded at A&R Studios in Manhattan in June 1966. Engineering the recording was the legendary Phil Ramone who would later produce Billy Joel and many others. Bacharach arranged, conducts and is on piano. T This is the rare unedited version in which Burt Bacharach can be heard on count off.

“…getting into Dionne Warwick is like finding buried treasure. The Bacharach/David repertoire which milady chooses to sing is so fascinatingly cynical / fatalistic / stoical / emotional / happy, simultaneously! It’s pure emotion…..she’s beautiful. Dionne, paired with Bacharach’s string/horn/reed arrangements, comes up as a lyric mezzo-sopranoid par-excellence, melodious/expressiveness-wise. If you’ve never gotten into her, you ought to. Get hep to Dionne Warwick. For your own sake.”

Nick Tosches, the renowned writer, music journalist, novelist, biographer and poet in the January 7, 1972 issue of the rock magazine FUSION

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