Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


High Speed Downloads

Dionne Warwicke - Then Came You (2008)
[MP3 Version]

8946 downloads at 13 mb/s

Dionne Warwicke - Then Came You (2008)
[FLAC Version]

9672 downloads at 25 mb/s

Dionne Warwicke - Then Came You (2008)

3-04-2014, 15:05
Soul | R&B | Pop | FLAC / APE

Dionne Warwicke - Then Came You (2008)

Artist: Dionne Warwicke
Title Of Album: Then Came You
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Warner Bros
Genre: Soul, R&B, AM Pop
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:38:17
Total Size: 245 mb


01. Take It From Me (03:44)
02. We'll Burn Our Bridges Behind Us (03:30)
03. Sure Thing (03:07)
04. Then Came You (03:57)
05. How Can I Tell Him (05:21)
06. Move Me No Mountain (04:59)
07. I Can't Wait To See My Baby's Face (03:26)
08. It's Magic (03:16)
09. Who Knows (03:15)
10. Getting In My Way (03:15)

After being a premier vocalist in the '60s, Warwick seemed to have hit a stylistic wall by the early '70s. By the time she signed with Warner Bros. in 1970, Warwick attempted many styles and producers. Then Came You, released in 1975, has her teaming with both Jerry Ragovoy and, for one track, Thom Bell. Jerry Ragovoy was a successful producer who had Garnet Mimms and Howard Tate among his credits. For this effort, Ragovoy assembled a strong New York session band, including John Tropea, Leon Pendarvis, and Bob Babbitt. The first track, "Take It From Me," has Warwick getting a more R&B styled production rather than MOR. That was perfect since her voice had matured, attaining an effortless warmth and ease. Here she wasn't so much an interpreter of "great material," her voice and charm were the primary draw. Ragovoy's track "Move Me No Mountain" has a Barry White-styled backing, and Warwick got a chance to be more sensual. "How Can I Tell Him," a skilled, song about exiting a relationship, written by Ragovoy and Jacob Brackman, incorporates a slick arrangement that perfectly matches the feeling of person exiting a relationship. Warwick perfectly sung the lyrics with a sense of cautiousness, but also a little bit of happiness to be leaving. The title track is the duet with the Spinners. The song, produced by Thom Bell, was a number one pop single and her biggest hit in close to four years. Then Came You is mostly an innovative effort of New York R&B/pop that should make anyone's short list of albums that truly capture the style.

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 100
3 voted

quireboi   User offline   16 September 2014 12:06

Thank You for posting this! It's a better copy than I have!

  • Dislike
  • 0
  • Like


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.