Dee Dee Warwick - Get Out Of My Life mp3 album
Delia Juanita Warrick (September 25, 1942 – October 18, 2008), known as Dee Dee Warwick, was an American soul singer. Born in Newark, New Jersey, she was the sister of Dionne Warwick, the niece of Cissy Houston, and the first cousin of Whitney Houston
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Dee Dee began singing with her older sister Dionne as a teenager in the 1950s. They formed the Gospelaires, who sometimes sang with the Drinkard Singers, a long-running gospel outfit that their mother Lee had helped found, and that also featured their aunt, Cissy Houston. Like many gospel singers, Dee Dee moved into secular soul in the early '60s. She continued to record for various labels in the 1970s, but only "Get Out of My Life" (1975) dented the R&B charts. Since the mid-'70s, she has done backup vocals for Dionne Warwick, and recorded sporadically on her own. Long overdue, Soul Classics compiled her best Atco recordings for compact-disc reissue in 1996, and a Mercury reissue appeared in 2001.
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A new documentary about the life and times of Whitney Houston contains allegations the singer was sexually abused as a child. According to her half-brother, cousin Dee Dee Warwick is responsible. She was born in Newark, New Jersey and had two sisters - Dionne Warwick and Cissy Houston. Dee Dee was Whitney Houston's cousin. She was a soul and R&B singer. Dee Dee started a solo career in 1963. In 1964 she released a single called Don't Think My Baby's Coming Back. She made her first TV appearance in 1965, appearing alongside Dionne on NBC's Hullbaloo to perform a gospel song called Children, Go Where I Send Thee. Dee Dee signed a record deal of her own with Mercury Records that same year. Her biggest hit was released under the label in 1966.
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|A||Get Out Of My Life
Arranged By – Al CappsWritten-By – Jack Keller, Paul Vance
|B||Funny How We Change Places
Arranged By – Gene PageWritten-By – Glenn Sudo, Paul Vance
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Private Stock Records, Ltd.
- Published By – Music Of The Times Publishing Corp.
- Producer – Paul Vance
NotesLabel layout differences.
Published by Music Of The Times Publ. Corp. (ASCAP)
℗ 1975 Private Stock Records, Ltd.
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- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): PVT 1027-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): PVT 1028-S
|PSR 45,011||Dee Dee Warwick||Get Out Of My Life (7", Single)||Private Stock||PSR 45,011||US||1974|
|PVT.13||Dee Dee Warwick||Get Out Of My Life / Funny How We Change Places (7", Promo)||Private Stock||PVT.13||UK||1975|
|JH-10605||Dede Schwartz*||Funny How We Change Places (7", Single, Promo)||RCA||JH-10605||US||1976|
|PVT.13||Dee Dee Warwick||Get Out Of My Life (7", Single)||Private Stock||PVT.13||UK||1974|
|PVT-10743||Dee Dee Warwick||Get Out Of My Life / Funny How We Change Places (7", Single, Promo)||Private Stock||PVT-10743||Australia||1975|