Soul Icon: Dionne Warwick

Ten essential songs from the legend's timeless catalog.

?Don?t Make Me Over? (1962)  - This record is the solo single debut that jump-started Dionne Warwick?s half-century-plus career; 27 years later it was a hit again when R&B singer Sybil remade it.(Photo: Rick Diamond/WireImage?Getty Images)

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“Don’t Make Me Over” (1962) - This record is the solo single debut that jump-started Dionne Warwick’s half-century-plus career; 27 years later it was a hit again when R&B singer Sybil remade it.(Photo: Rick Diamond/WireImage?Getty Images)

"Anyone Who Had a Heart" (1964) - With Ms. Warwick?s sweet tempo and the cadence of the chords, the song reached the pop and R&B Top 10, the Top 5 of the easy listening charts and was also her first record to reach the charts in the U.K.(Photo: Mark Venema/Getty Images)

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"Anyone Who Had a Heart" (1964) - With Ms. Warwick’s sweet tempo and the cadence of the chords, the song reached the pop and R&B Top 10, the Top 5 of the easy listening charts and was also her first record to reach the charts in the U.K.(Photo: Mark Venema/Getty Images)

"Walk on By? (1964) - A springtime hit, the pop and R&B Top 10 song also sat in the Top 5 of the easy listening and U.K. charts. Five years later, soul man Isaac Hayes was inspired enough to remake it into a 12-minute musical motif.(Photo: Earl Gibson III/FilmMagic)

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"Walk on By” (1964) - A springtime hit, the pop and R&B Top 10 song also sat in the Top 5 of the easy listening and U.K. charts. Five years later, soul man Isaac Hayes was inspired enough to remake it into a 12-minute musical motif.(Photo: Earl Gibson III/FilmMagic)

"Do You Know the Way to San Jos??" (1968) - A game changer for the singer, the upbeat track reached the pop Top 10 and the R&B and easy listening Top 5 in the spring of 1968 and won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Performance, Female.(Photo: Vallery Jean/FilmMagic)

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"Do You Know the Way to San José?" (1968) - A game changer for the singer, the upbeat track reached the pop Top 10 and the R&B and easy listening Top 5 in the spring of 1968 and won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Performance, Female.(Photo: Vallery Jean/FilmMagic)

"I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (1970) - From Warwick?s songwriting team, Burt Bacharach's and Hal David's score of the Broadway musical Promises, Promises, the song earned Warwick another Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Female Vocal Performance.(Photo: Fredrick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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"I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (1970) - From Warwick’s songwriting team, Burt Bacharach's and Hal David's score of the Broadway musical Promises, Promises, the song earned Warwick another Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Female Vocal Performance.(Photo: Fredrick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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"Then Came You? (1974) - A little disco mixed with Dionne?s own special seasonings, the Spinners help to create a pop and R&B hit that shines a different light on Warwick?s voice.(Photo: Rick Diamond/WireImage/Getty Images)

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"Then Came You” (1974) - A little disco mixed with Dionne’s own special seasonings, the Spinners help to create a pop and R&B hit that shines a different light on Warwick’s voice.(Photo: Rick Diamond/WireImage/Getty Images)

"I'll Never Love This Way Again" (1979) - The good is never gone with this ballad, produced by Barry Manilow and featured on her first platinum-selling album, Dionne. It also won Ms. Warwick her third Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance.(Photo: Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

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"I'll Never Love This Way Again" (1979) - The good is never gone with this ballad, produced by Barry Manilow and featured on her first platinum-selling album, Dionne. It also won Ms. Warwick her third Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance.(Photo: Ebet Roberts/Redferns)