Dionne Warwick in Paris

Dionne Warwick In Paris

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Dionne Warwick in Paris, Dionne Warwick's sixth album, was released in 1966 on Scepter Records. It was recorded during Warwick's five-week engagement at the Paris Olympia in January 1966 and was released shortly after the tour was completed. The LP was issued as number 534 in the Scepter Catalog. The liner of this LP is pink with three pictures of Warwick side-by-side, not unlike the Make Way for Dionne Warwick album two years earlier.

The album featured a major hit single that almost didn't happen: "Message to Michael". Robin Platts says in his book, Burt Bacharach & Hal DavidRobin Platts. Burt Bacharach & Hal David: What the World Needs Now ISBN 1896522777 , that Warwick was at the Olympia as co-star of "The Sacha Show" alongside Sacha Distel, a French heartthrob that Florence Greenberg was considering signing to Scepter. Distel wanted to record a version of Bacharach and David's "Message To Martha" and had asked Warwick to record a guide vocal. Warwick re-gendered the piece to suit her, and when executives at Scepter heard the recording, a single was issued. Bacharach and David were convinced that the song was better recorded by a man, but nonetheless agreed that Warwick's version was a stunning one indeed. "Message to Michael" was arranged and recorded by Jacques Denjean, thus becoming the first real single for Warwick at Scepter to not be produced by Bacharach and David. The single peaked at...
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