Dionne Warwick‘s career was revived when she teamed with Barry Manilow on this 1979 LP. Manilow‘s production of such heavily orchestrated numbers as “I Know I’ll Never Love This Way Again” put Warwick back in the spotlight, as she once again sounded confident and compelling. It was the first platinum album of her career, and also her first album in ten years to crack the Top 20 on the pop album chart. Warwick scored another hit with “Deja Vu,” and was back on track.
The album’s lead single was the track “I’ll Never Love This Way Again” written by Richard Kerr and Will Jennings, and originally recorded by Cheryl Ladd. It became a major hit, reaching number five in the U.S.
The LP would then yield Warwick’s next big hit, “Deja Vu“, written by Isaac Hayes and Adrienne Anderson (U.S. #15, AC #1). “After You” was also released as a single and became her third Top 10 single from the album on the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart.