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Dionne Warwick
Valley Of The Dolls
Soundtrack, Soul
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1You're My World
Arranged By – Pat Williams
2Walking Backwards Down The Road2:54
3As Long As There's An Apple Tree2:05
4Up, Up And Away
Arranged By – Manny Albam
5For The Rest Of My Life
Arranged By – Gary Sherman
6Let Me Be Lonely3:35
7Silent Voices3:07
8Do You Know The Way To San Jose2:50
9Where Would I Go2:40
10(Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls
Arranged By – Pat Williams


  • EngineerEd Smith (tracks: A1, B1 to B4), Phil Ramone (tracks: A2 to A5, B5)
  • ProducerBurt Bacharach, Hal David


Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls is the title of Dionne Warwick's ninth album for the Scepter label. It was recorded during the summer and fall of 1967 and was released early the next year. It was recorded at A&R and Bell Sound Studios in New York City and was produced by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. The album's lead single was the title track, Theme from Valley of the Dolls, from the film of the same name. The song was written by André Previn and Dory Previn, and had initially been intended. Dionne Warwick's twelfth album for the Scepter label Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls featured the single. The album was smartly marketed as The only album in which you will hear Dionne Warwick singing the Of The Dolls Theme From - Dionne Warwick. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Valley of the Dolls is the second studio long-player by the British post-punk band Generation X, which was produced by Ian Hunter. Valley of the Dolls was recorded at Wessex Sound Studios in Islington in October 1978. The record's working title was 'Intercourse Old Meets New', which was superseded by a name taken from a 1966 novel. Ian Hunter was commissioned as the record's producer at Tony James's request, from having been a fan of his work with Mott the Hoople in the early 1970s. Dionne Warwick followed The Magic of Believing 1968, a collection of spirituals and religious material, with her first Top Ten LP Valley of the Dolls 1968. Interestingly, the familiar rendering of the title track wasn't the one that was in the motion picture. This is all but academic, as the version featured here reached all the way to number two on the Top Singles chart in February of 1968. Theme from Valley of the Dolls, 03:38. Silent Voices, 03:10. Do You Know the Way to San Jose, 02:59. For the Rest of My Life, 03:11. Let Me Be Lonely, 03:38. Where Would I Go, 02:44. Walking Backward Down the Road, 03:01. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Dionne Warwick. Дайон Уорвик выиграла свою первую премию Грэмми за сингл ''Do you know the way to San Jose'' в номинации ''Лучшее женское вокальное поп исполнение''. Songs in album Dionne Warwick - Dionne Warwick In Valley Of The Dolls 1968. Dionne Warwick - As Long As There's An Apple Tree. Dionne Warwick - Up, Up And Away. Dionne Warwick - Do You Know The Way To San Jose. Dionne Warwick - For The Rest Of My Life. Dionne Warwick - Let Me Be Lonely. Theme from Valley of the Dolls. Night & Day - The Best of Dionne Warwick. Dionne Warwick: Greatest Hits 1979-1990. The Collection. Dionne Warwick - Theme From Valley Of The Dolls 3:40. Silent Voices 3:11. Dionne Warwick - Do You Know the Way to San Jose 2:58. For the Rest of My Life 3:12. Let Me Be Lonely 3:39. Dionne Warwick - Where Would i Go 2:45. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. Sixties par Gredos. US LP par posturinn. For the Dionne Warwick album, see Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls. Valley of the Dolls is the second studio album by British Post-punk band Generation X produced by Ian Hunter. The album is only indirectly related to the novel and film of this name, and the title cut is an original song. The album contained the UK hit singles: King Rocker, which reached No. 11 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1979, the title track Valley of the Dolls, which made No. 23 in April of the same year, and Friday's Angels, which got to No. 62 in June 1979. The album peaked at No. 51 in the UK Albums Chart