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2014 remastered expanded edition. 'How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye' is the1983 album by legendary soul singer Dionne Warwick, her sixth for the Arista label. This release pairs Dionne with producer Luther Vandross. Although "Got a Date" and "I Do It 'Cause I Like It" are both disposable popbased fillers, this album has phenomenal versions of some of Vandross' unsung gems. The poignant title track is a duet with Vandross and Warwick, and finds their voices blending superbly. The gentle "So Amazing" and the gossamer, touching "What Can a Miracle Do" have Warwick's all-encompassing and raspy vocals cohering in Vandross' trademark lush surroundings. She also tackles Michael McDonald's grade a weeper "I Can Let Go Now" and brings a deeper sense of longing and hurt than the great original. In the same vein, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" shows up as a reflective ballad featuring the Shirelles. This album features arguably Vandross' best players, including Nat Adderley, Jr. On keyboards, drummer Yogi Horton, bassist Marcus Miller, and great emotive synth work by Skip Anderson. How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye an absolute necessity for fans of Warwick and Vandross.
2014 remastered expanded edition. 'How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye' is the1983 album by legendary soul singer Dionne Warwick, her sixth for the Arista label. This release pairs Dionne with producer Luther Vandross. Although "Got a Date" and "I Do It 'Cause I Like It" are both disposable popbased fillers, this album has phenomenal versions of some of Vandross' unsung gems. The poignant title track is a duet with Vandross and Warwick, and finds their voices blending superbly. The gentle "So Amazing" and the gossamer, touching "What Can a Miracle Do" have Warwick's all-encompassing and raspy vocals cohering in Vandross' trademark lush surroundings. She also tackles Michael McDonald's grade a weeper "I Can Let Go Now" and brings a deeper sense of longing and hurt than the great original. In the same vein, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" shows up as a reflective ballad featuring the Shirelles. This album features arguably Vandross' best players, including Nat Adderley, Jr. On keyboards, drummer Yogi Horton, bassist Marcus Miller, and great emotive synth work by Skip Anderson. How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye an absolute necessity for fans of Warwick and Vandross.
810736021305
Dionne Warwick - How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye

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Format: CD
Label: FUKM
Rel. Date: 12/02/2014
UPC: 810736021305

How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye
Artist: Dionne Warwick
Format: CD
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2014 remastered expanded edition. 'How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye' is the1983 album by legendary soul singer Dionne Warwick, her sixth for the Arista label. This release pairs Dionne with producer Luther Vandross. Although "Got a Date" and "I Do It 'Cause I Like It" are both disposable popbased fillers, this album has phenomenal versions of some of Vandross' unsung gems. The poignant title track is a duet with Vandross and Warwick, and finds their voices blending superbly. The gentle "So Amazing" and the gossamer, touching "What Can a Miracle Do" have Warwick's all-encompassing and raspy vocals cohering in Vandross' trademark lush surroundings. She also tackles Michael McDonald's grade a weeper "I Can Let Go Now" and brings a deeper sense of longing and hurt than the great original. In the same vein, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" shows up as a reflective ballad featuring the Shirelles. This album features arguably Vandross' best players, including Nat Adderley, Jr. On keyboards, drummer Yogi Horton, bassist Marcus Miller, and great emotive synth work by Skip Anderson. How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye an absolute necessity for fans of Warwick and Vandross.
        
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