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Worries Of The Warwick Sisters

A family melodrama involving bland albums and an identity crisis. But all is not yet lost… … Dionne’s sister Dee Dee also has status problems: “People think it helps to have a famous sister but it doesn’t really. My voice, my records are totally different from Dionne’s but people always hold ...

Lost Soul Sister: Dee Dee Warwick

There are plenty of lost sisters in the shadowy realm known as ‘session work.’ Session musicians, after all, are the bedrock upon which the constructs of ‘talent’ are built – those singular edifices that come to signify entire musical landscapes. Dee Dee Warwick is not as lost as some; her voice can be found outside of the ...

Dee Dee Warwick Delighted With Atlantic Pact

NEW YORK: Dee Dee Warwick is with Atlantic, and she’s glad about it. Her first Atlantic release ‘She Didn’t Know (She Kept On Talking)’, written by Jerry Williams, Jr., is shaping up into a sizable hit. She has spent the last two months recording in Miami, and according to Dee Dee, “It’s been ...

Do It With All Your Heart: Dee Dee Warwick Shines In The Background

Having a superstar sibling opens and closes doors. Folks will inevitably compare you to the sister or brother already out front, blazing paths and garnering acclaim. Aretha, for instance, had two enormously talented sisters. Erma, the oldest, had a glorious, jazz-dusted voice and model-ready looks. Baby sister Carolyn was an ...

Dee Dee Warwick & Erma Franklin: Forgotten Sisters Of Soul

The history of music is littered with lost treasures once overlooked and out of circulation, now easily rediscovered through the internet. None are more deserving of your time and ears than two women, who by fate or chance, have always lingered in the shadows of their more successful sisters. Dee Dee Warwick and Erma Franklin ...

Dee Dee Warwick: The Troubled, Talented Cousin Who May Have Ruined Whitney Houston’s Life

*I know that Dee Dee really wants to protect her honor and good name and asks you to pay attention to her music, but not to the monstrous lies. Whitney Houston’s legacy shines so brightly that her dazzling background can easily be forgotten. But when Houston first emerged, poodle-permed, in the spotlight, she was the latest ...

Dee Dee Warwick: Dionne’s Groovy Sister

Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne’s groovy sister, is a gal who knows what she wants. “My ambition is to be the best”, she explains. “I’ve been told I’m good, but I want to be the best, baby, and there is only one best.” And if the popular songstress career continues at its rapid clip it’ll be just a matter of time […]

She Didn’t Know – The Atco Sessions

Known to R&B, connoisseurs as one of the most soulful, underrated singers of all time, Dee Dee Warwick has been recording as a solo artist since 1963 and her body of recorded work includes some of the most treasured gems in soul music history. In addition to cutting the original versions of songs like ‘You’re No Good’ (a ...

Dee Dee Always Felt That Dionne Was Trying To Steal The Limelight Away From Her

1969, Dee Dee Warwick’s career looked as though it was about to catch fire and she was being interviewed by a major Hartford newspaper. Dee Dee arranged for the visit to occur at her parent’s home in East Orange, New Jersey. Dionne and Bill were visiting for Christmas along with their infant son David and ...

Movie Song May Boost Dee Dee Warwick, Too

Dee Dee Warwick took the risky step five years ago of leaving a money-making backup group to try and become a solo singer – with another Warwick already making it solo. Now Dee Dee, whose sister, Dionne Warwick, sang the title tune to the movie, ‘Alfie’, has a movie title tune of her own, ‘Ring Of Bright Water’. Dee Dee ...

  • Dee Dee Warwick - Foolish Fool (1969)

  • Dee Dee Warwick - I Want To Be With You (2001)

  • Dee Dee Warwick - Call Me (1984)

  • Dee Dee Warwick - Collection (2005)

  • Dee Dee Warwick - Turnin' Around (1970)