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Love Lifts Us Up: A Collection 1969-1983 [Import]

Jennifer Warnes Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (10 May 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Raven
  • ASIN: B0001Z3TTI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 148,168 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Chelsea Morning
2. Here, There and Everywhere
3. Easy to Be Hard
4. In the Morning
5. P. F Sloan
6. Sand and Foam
7. All My Love's Laughter
8. There Days
9. Right Time Of The Night
10. Shine a Light
11. I Know A Heartache When I See One
12. I'm Restless
13. Don't Make Me Over
14. When The Feeling Comes Around
15. Could It Be Love
16. It Goes Like It Goes
17. One More Hour
18. Lost The Good Thing We Had
19. Up Where We Belong
20. All the Right Moves

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"Her voice", old friend Leonard Cohen once observed, "is like the California weather. Filled with sunlight, but there's an earthquake behind it." Sensitive, alluring and sensuous, Jennifer Warnes has interpreted lyrics like few others. This unique 20-track compilation is a substantial, multi-label overview of 15 key years of her career. Smash hits such as "Right Time Of The Night" and "Up Where We Belong" (with Joe Cocker) are included, as well as Oscar winning songs from such films as Ragtime, Norma Rae and All The Right Moves. Includes detailed notes and rare photographs in a lavish 12-page booklet. So very little exists in the CD marketplace of this remarkable singer that this release is an event worthy of considerable attention.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Shine a light 15 July 2009
Format:Audio CD
Having searched for ages to satisfy an appetite whetted by 1987's "Famous blue raincoat", I finally discovered this highly eclectic collection of Jennifer's work. With the heady combination of premier songwriters and Ms Warnes ability to communicate each number as if "dedicated to you" personally, this truly is manna from heaven.
From quirky to folky,country to movie soundtrack she glides effortlessly, making her a very underrated yet incredibly gifted and original crossover artist.

Obviously best known for her duets,Jennifer Warnes voice is strong, sensitive, almost fragile but always sweet as summer rain and filled with warmth.

This is a must have album for any JW fan or even those lovers of good songs beautifully sung.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fine collection of Jennifer Warnes' early work 17 Jun 2010
Format:Audio CD
Jennifer Warnes has a fine and warm voice which is well used on folk, country, pop songs and movie soundtrack duets. She is best known for her later covers of L. Cohen's songs (Famous Blue Raincoat album) and the movie soundtracks, notably "Up Where We Belong" with Joe Cocker and then with Bill Medley (not covered by this compilation). This collection is highly recommended, a second compilation covering 1984 to 2010 would be welcome.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars She had it all 11 April 2008
By Richard
Format:Audio CD
The incredibly named Jennifer Warnes was bigger on the country charts at one time but her chief claim to fame is with her 2 No.1 duets.
In the 60s she was known as simply Jennifer and cut some great covers including a Beatles song
This was what made Jennifer stand out from the crowd-that she did plenty of covers same as the lady she resembled at times-Linda Ronstadt
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3.0 out of 5 stars Disapointing 25 July 2010
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If your previous experience of Jennifer Warnes is 'Famous Blue Raincoat' and 'The Hunter', you may find that this collection does not match your taste.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential Anthology ~Early Jennifer Warnes~ 16 Aug 2004
By Bradly Briggs - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Back in the great musical 60's, Los Angeles production of the awesome Broadway Musical "Hair" was fortunate to have Jennifer in the lead and when this soulful singer came out & belted "Easy To Be Hard" with passionate and smoldering intensity, you knew "A Star Was Born" or at least the career of a brilliant singer had begun. Rushing out looking for Jennifer recordings was frustrating as the first Lp "I Can Remember Everything" didn't have anything equal to what audiences were hearing on stage in "Hair". "Chelesa Morning" and "Here There And Everywhere" from this debut album sound fine here but it was Jennifer's second Lp "See Me, Touch Me, Feel Me, Heal Me" that caught the brilliance represented here by the definitive "Easy To Be Hard" which becomes a stirring anthem for this great singer. Jennifer in great form throughout this eclectic album and should have become a huge Superstar upon release of this fine Lp but radio refused to play Jennifer for some strange reason & not for lack quality of the gem filled stellar "See Me, Touch Me, Feel Me, Heal Me" collection. Jennifer played various Los Angeles clubs always packed-out & this soulful singer was always incredible to experience live in concert! Next songs in this awesome collection are from 1972 Reprise Records masterpiece strangely not given any promotion and simply titled "Jennifer" produced brilliantly by John Cale. "Love Lifts Us Up" features five songs from "Jennifer" which sadly still has not been released on Compact Disc and this bizarre oversight needs to be corrected as each song is total perfection! "In The Morning" is a rich and glorious version of the Barry Gibb original while "Sand And Foam" is a totally mesmerizing vocal with an ethereal arrangement. Jimmy Webb composed "P.F. Sloan" is fascinating as his "All My Love's Laughter" featuring Jennifer at her soulful and passionate best and these were always amazing to experience in concert. Final gem from "Jennifer" is Jackson Brown classic "These Days", a great single that radio would not play yet clearly another stellar vocal performance that could have been a huge hit for Jennifer with radio exposure. Sadly missing from this wondrous collection from "Jennifer" is the haunting and mesmerizing "Be My Friend" building with smoldering intensity and one of the best ever songs from this soulful singer. Several years went by then her last name added with the release of "Jennifer Warnes" chart success finally came with "Right Time Of The Night" and several others but this was token considering Jennifer Warnes incredible talent and remarkable output. Stunning original "Daddy Don't Go" sadly not in this collection is a raw and soulful classic that show what is great about this gifted artist as does another Jennifer original happily contained in this collection the wistful "I'm Restless". Riveting gospel version of the Jagger/Richards "Shine A Light" is tremendous and Jennifer lets it rip to great effect. Love when Jennifer shows off her soulful vocal power like in an excellent remake of Dionne Warwick classic "Don't Make Me Over"...fine surprise showing Jennifer should cut loose like this more often...always enjoyed the powerful side of Jennifer's voice as it is a great contrast to her fine delicate tones. A magical and haunting "It Goes Like It Goes" from "Norma Rae" is a wonder and that classic duet with Joe Cocker "Up Where We Belong" show how great this singer is when she loosens up and lets go...wished for a Philly Soul set from Jennifer for a long time...Bravo Jennifer and thank you for sharing your wonderful gift all these years! Those who love a mesmerizing gorgeous voice don't miss this wondrous collection filled with great & highly unique songs by a magnificent singer...
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Much-Needed Retrospective 3 Nov 2004
By Lee Armstrong - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Raven's "Love Lifts Us Up" is an excellent collection. It is nice to have clean digital versions of some of Jennifer Warnes' early work. Her voice has always been expressive and gorgeous. I became a fan from her appearances on TV with the Smothers Brothers and have followed her since. On this collection, her excellent rendition of early songs by Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Webb, Jackson Browne and Donovan come alive again. The liner notes are informative and give detail on Jennifer's career. On the Rolling Stones' "Shine a Light," Jennifer transforms the song and remakes it as a life-affirming anthem. She does an exquisite job on Randy Sharp's tune "Could It Be Love," a track that builds with a sexy swagger. The set closes with Tom Snow's "All the Right Moves." This is an excellent and much-needed retrospective that spans years and labels, but remains unified in the exquisite quality that is the hallmark of Jennifer Warnes' work. Wow!
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars About time... 20 Mar 2005
By Richard Meredith - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
My GOD what a beautiful voice! How, as music lovers, could we let this talented lady slip off into oblivion? Her rendition of Donovan's Sand and Foam paints incredibly beautiful pictures in my mind. How this track never got played on radio is something I will never comprehend. I have several of her vinyl LP's and had just about given up on trying to find any of her incredible work on CD. I just want a give a heart felt "Thank You" to Raven for bringing this amazing lady's talents to light again.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Jennifer Warnes is SO FINE!!! 27 May 2004
By Dennis Lee Cleven - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a long overdue compilation of Jennifer Warnes'career. I love this new CD and I cannot recommend it highly enough. It includes tracks from her two albums on the Parrot label and several from her 1972 album, "Jennifer", on Reprise. While the compilation ends at 1983, Jennifer Warnes'career still continued with the amazing "Famous Blue Raincoat" and the shamefully neglected albums "The Hunter" and "The Well". I can only hope that there will be a CD of songs from films and collaborations with other artists. If America produced a singer in the league of Dusty Springfield, it would be Jennifer Warnes. This CD of her early career is a gem and should not be overlooked. It is marvelous and it proves that her earliest work was excellent. It is the voice this woman possesses that is a great instrument. Jennifer Warnes is so, so fine. Hear her and find out for yourself. She has magic in her voice. I can only hope that we will be hearing more Jennifer Warnes music. Another compilation and a new album from this gifted artist would be a blessing to behold. Sing Jennifer, Sing!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely Like The Moon 12 Feb 2007
By The Blue Baron - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Some nights when I leave work for the day I look into the night and always feel so much better when I discover there is a full moon. I feel the same way about the music of Jennifer Warnes. I'm glad to know it's there. Jennifer and her beautiful voice has been such an inspiration to me over the years. I am truly glad that this collection includes her early work. Jennifer's music will stand the test of time, i.e. 20 or 30 years from now people will still be listening to the music of Jennifer Warnes. But you don't have to wait that long. Buy this great collection of songs and give your heart a treat! After all to quote a Jennifer Warnes song "all we have is here and now". So buy it!
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