Finder of Lost Loves (album)

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Finder of Lost Loves
Studio album by Dionne Warwick
Released January 24, 1985
Recorded 1984, 1985
Genre Pop, Adult Contemporary
Label Arista
Producer Barry Manilow, Richard Landis, Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager, Stevie Wonder
Dionne Warwick chronology
How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye
(1983)
Finder of Lost Loves
(1985)
Friends
(1985)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Finder of Lost Loves is an out of print album recorded by Dionne Warwick, her sixth for the Arista label. It was recorded during 1984 and was released in early 1985. The album peaked at #106 on Billboard's album chart, selling less than 100,000 US copies. The LP was originally issued as number AL8-8262 in the Arista Catalog. In some non-U.S.A. territories, including the U.K. and Australia, the album was released under the title "Without Your Love".

History[edit]

The album reunited Warwick with Burt Bacharach for the first time in over a decade (Bacharach and then wife Carole Bayer Sager co-wrote the title track for the short-lived, Aaron Spelling-produced television program Finder of Lost Loves). The album included duets with Barry Manilow, Stevie Wonder, and Glenn Jones. The albums includes a cover of the Bee Gees song "Run to Me".

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "No One in the World"   Ken Hirsch, Marti Sharron 3:33
2. "Without Your Love"   Robert John Lange 4:42
3. "Run to Me" (duet with Barry Manilow) Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb 4:35
4. "Finder of Lost Loves" (duet with Glenn Jones) Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager 4:40
5. "Love Doesn't Live Here Anymore"   Steve Goldman 4:59
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
6. "It's You" (duet with Stevie Wonder) Stevie Wonder 4:54
7. "It's Love"   Barry Manilow, Adrienne Anderson 3:36
8. "Bedroom Eyes"   Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman 4:45
9. "Weakness" (duet with Stevie Wonder) Wonder 4:14
10. "You Made Me Want to Love Again"   Richard Kerr, Norman Gimbel 4:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wynn, Ron. "Dionne Warwick: Finder of Lost Loves > Review" at AllMusic. Retrieved 29 August 2011.

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