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  1. Pop genius Burt Bacharach: ‘You don’t win everything’ Burt Bacharach doesn’t mind a few raindrops fallin’ on his head. The 93-year-old songwriter, who is considered one of the most important composers of pop music, has seen enough to be unconcerned about the ups and downs of the music business.

  2. The recording from 1963 on the KAPP label: from the LP shown above, issued in 1967 on the A&M label, ca...

  3. "Please Stay", also known as "(Don't Go) Please Stay", is one of songwriter Burt Bacharach's early pop hits. It is an early hit of The Drifters featuring the new lead singer Rudy Lewis, who replaced Ben E. King and features Dionne Warwick's sister Dee Dee Warwick and Doris Troy on background vocals.

  4. Introduced on the December 1966 album release Here Where There Is Love, Warwick's version of "Alfie" had been an impromptu addition to a recording session at A&R Studio in New York City whose scheduled tracks had been completed early; Scepter Records A&R man Steve Tyrell suggested to Burt Bacharach that the booked time remaining be put to use by having Warwick record a version of "Alfie".

  5. バート・フリーマン・バカラック(Burt Freeman Bacharach、1928年 5月12日 - )は、アメリカ合衆国出身の音楽家、作曲家、編曲家、ピアニスト、音楽プロデューサー、歌手(シンガーソングライター)、楽団指揮者。 ミズーリ州カンザスシティ生まれ。

  6. 22/05/2013 · Songwriter Burt Bacharach has revealed he continues to be haunted by his daughter's suicide in 2007 at age 40. The award-winning composer, 85, opened up about the death of his daughter Nikki ...

  7. When it comes to icons of the music industry, few come close to Dionne Warwick.Since rising to fame as Burt Bacharach’s protégé in the early 1960s, she’s become one of the most charted (and beloved) female vocalists of all time, making it to the Billboard charts an astonishing 80 times between 1962 and 1998.

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