The Windows Of The World

Label
Rhino
Release date
8 Feb 2005
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
34:46

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 I Say a Little Prayer 4:25 56,944
2 Walk Little Dolly 3:24 469
3 Beginning Of Loneliness 3:24 201
4 Another Night 2:28 1,935
5 The Windows Of The World 3:27 11,057
6 (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me 3:22 7,666
7 Somewhere 4:18 463
8 You're Gonna Hear From Me 4:25 249
9 Love 2:48 312
10 What's Good About Good-bye 2:45 110

About this album

The Windows Of The World is the title of the eighth studio album by Dionne Warwick released August 1967 when the title cut was in the Top 40.
The single “The Windows of the World” had been recorded 13 April 1967 in the same session which produced Warwick’s recording of “(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me” also included on The Windows of the World album. The album featured four other recordings of Burt Bacharach/Hal David compositions, these four tracks all originating in an 9 April 1966 session and thus predating Warwick’s December 1966 album release Here Where There is Love and being omitted from it; two of these four tracks had appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 the first being the December 1966 single release “Another Night” (#49) and the second “The Beginning of Loneliness” (#79) released March 1967 as the original A-side of the “Alfie”.

The other two album tracks from the 9 April 1966 session were the B-side of the single “The Windows of the World” entitled “Walk Little Dolly” and a track released for the first time on the album The Windows of the World entitled “I Say a Little Prayer”. Bacharach had an especial dislike for the last-named track having been unable to obtain the desired results instead finding the arrangement rushed despite doing ten takes - typically the tracks Bacharach recorded with Warwick required at most three

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