Warwick was only permitted to appear on the film's actual soundtrack and not the soundtrack album recording. The single peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in February 1968 and peaked at #2 on the Cash Box and #1 on the Record World charts as well. The LP was issued as number 568 in the Scepter Catalog. The cover art for this LP features Warwick on a black background, in an evening gown next to a studio chair.
The LP would then yield Warwick's next big hit and first Grammy Award winner, "Do You Know the Way to San Jose". The song, (which Warwick didn't initially like, according to Robin Platts in the book, Burt Bacharach & Hal David) would peak at #10 on the BillboardHot 100 and become one of Warwick's signature songs. Other notable songs on the LP were "Silent Voices" (which under its original Italian title, "La Voce Del Silenzio", had been Warwick's entry into the 1968 San Remo Song Festival), "Walking Backwards Down the Road", "Up, Up, and Away", and "You're My World" — another Italian song (written by Umberto Bindi, famous Genoa's songwriter) the latter having been a British hit for Cilla Black. The album became an RIAA-certified gold record and peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 Album chart; it would remain on the charts for over a year. Rhino Records reissued the album on compact disc in 2004, combined with Windows of the World.