Friends Can Be Lovers

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Friends Can Be Lovers
Studio album by Dionne Warwick
Released January 20, 1993
Recorded 1992
Genre Funk, soul, pop, jazz
Label Arista
Producer Burt Bacharach, Barry J. Eastmond, Ian Devaney, Andy Morris, David Elliott, Harvey Mason, Dionne Warwick, Masaki Kubo
Dionne Warwick chronology
Hidden Gems: The Best of Dionne Warwick, Vol. 2
(1992)
Friends Can Be Lovers
(1993)
Aquarela do Brazil
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Friends Can Be Lovers is an out of print album recorded by Dionne Warwick, her tenth for the Arista label. It was recorded in 1992 and was released in January 1993. It failed to chart on any Billboard listings.

History[edit]

The album was executive produced by Clive Davis. It was released in early 1993 and features the single "Where My Lips Have Been". The single reached #95 on the R&B singles chart. The album also features the song "Love Will Find a Way", a duet with her cousin Whitney Houston.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Sunny Weather Love"   Burt Bacharach, Hal David 4:09
2. "Age of Miracles"   Frank Musker, Richard Kerr 4:41
3. "Where My Lips Have Been"   Robert Charles Burns, Sandy Knox, Don Huber 4:35
4. "Friends Can Be Lovers"   Lisa Stansfield, Ian Devaney, Andy Morris 5:28
5. "Love Will Find a Way" (duet with Whitney Houston) David Elliott, Terry Steele 4:56
6. "Much Too Much"   Diane Warren 4:29
7. "Til the End of Time"   Elliott, Barry J. Eastmond, Steele 5:11
8. "The Woman That I Am"   Eastmond, Siedah Garrett 4:35
9. "Fragile"   Sting 4:09
10. "I Sing at Dawn"   Tokiko Iwatani, Dionne Warwick, Taku Izumi 4:27

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carpenter, Bil. "Dionne Warwick: Friends Can Be Lovers > Review" at AllMusic. Retrieved 29 August 2011.

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