Wednesday Pop Selection: Walk On By / Dionne Warwicke

Sir Barken Hyena writes:

No sarcasm today folks, it would just spoil this vision of grace, beauty and true emotion:

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IT professional and veteran of start ups. Life long musician and songwriter. Voracious reader of dead white guys. Lover of food and women.
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3 Responses to Wednesday Pop Selection: Walk On By / Dionne Warwicke

  1. peterike says:

    She may have a diva reputation, but for a while there in the 60s and 70s she was putting out some of the best pop music ever. What a voice. Critic Robert Christgau described it as “pop velvet with a gospel nap,” which is as good a description as any. No pop music collection is complete without a greatest hits collection from Dionne (though you can certainly skip Dion, Celine) (but not Dion DiMucci!).

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  2. And she had that easy grace that so many had then, but so few now. She had it by the truckload.


  3. firenerd says:

    Let’s not forget Burt Bacharach and Hal David.

    One of the hardest things in the world is to create a catchy tune and smart lyrics that still sound catchy, smart and fresh decades later.

    Bacharach/ David may have been the best ever at this.

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