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Jennifer Warnes

Jennifer Warnes has succeeded in a number of nearly unrelated areas of popular music -- as a contemporary pop singer, as a country singer, as a singer of movie themes, and as an interpreter of the work of Leonard Cohen. She first came to public notice when she became a regular on the television show The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in 1967, under the name Jennifer Warren or simply Jennifer. In 1968, she was part of the original cast of the Los Angeles production of the musical Hair, and she signed to the Parrot Records subsidiary of London Records, which released her debut album, ...I Can Remember Everything. Her second album, See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me, appeared in 1969. Neither album was a commercial success, and she moved on to the Reprise division of Warner Bros. Records, which released Jennifer, produced by John Cale, in 1972. When that album also flopped, Warnes signed on as a backup singer with Leonard Cohen. She joined Arista Records in 1976 and finally registered in the charts in 1977 with "Right Time of the Night," a Top Ten pop hit that reached number one in the easy listening charts and also made the Top 40 in the country charts. It was drawn from her Arista debut album, Jennifer Warnes. The follow-up, Shot Through the Heart (1979), featured "I Know a Heartache When I See One," a Top Ten country and Top 40 pop and easy listening hit. Warnes' next album was an Arista hits compilation, Best of Jennifer Warnes (1982). In July 1982, Island Records released "Up Where We Belong," the love theme from the movie An Officer and a Gentleman, a duet between Warnes and Joe Cocker. She had sung movie themes before, but never with such success: "Up Where We Belong" hit number one and went platinum. Not surprisingly, moviemakers sought her out, and in 1983, she had chart entries with "Nights Are Forever" (from Twilight Zone: The Movie) and the title theme from All the Right Moves, a duet with Chris Thompson In 1986, she became the first signee to the short-lived Cypress Records label, which released her acclaimed Famous Blue Raincoat, an album of Leonard Cohen songs, at the start of 1987. In July of that year, RCA Records released "(I've Had) The Time of My Life," the love theme from the film Dirty Dancing, a duet between Warnes and Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers. It topped the charts and went gold. Warnes spent five years crafting a follow-up to Famous Blue Raincoat, releasing The Hunter, which featured songs by various writers, herself included, in 1992. Note that Warnes' many label affiliations preclude any compilation from adequately covering her career and that, amazingly enough, neither of her biggest hits is available on a Jennifer Warnes album. In 2001, Warnes decided that she had enough feuding with labels, and her fans were rewarded with her first solo album in nine years. The Well, which was released in 2001, was privately funded and Warnes retained control of the masters, ensuring that she would control the destiny of the album and its songs far into the future. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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One of my favorites due to the depths of her song choices. She is an original!
Love your music
Years ago I got meet Jennifer at The Troubadour in LA. Truly one of the loveliest people I ever met in the LA music scene.
I m Llisten Jennifer Warnes Radio, but I haven't heard any song of her, Why.
JOAN OF ARC!
gwbengtson
She was basically banished by her own record label for YEARS because she didn't want to play into the Linda Ronstadt sexpot niche that they wanted. She was contractuall y forbidden to record anything for a long time.
Did she voice or play the young singer in Rich Man Poor Man?
song: Annie leave the back door open tonight
you scored btcurry !
I sawy Jennifer Warren when she toured with Mason Williams from the Smothers Brothers show in 1969-70 and was billed as Jennifer. Her set was especially impressive. It was years before I knew that Jennifer Warren and Jennifer Warnes were the same person.
bobmiller62
As a former radio guy I have played her music everywhere I have worked. A lovely voice and, undoubtedly, a lovely person to match. Would love to have met her.
One of the best voices there is. A true artist in every sense of the word.
She is by far one of my favorite singers. Other recordings come and go but I am still listening to Jennifer Warnes' work year after year.
Famous Blue Raincoat is an all-time favorite, especially Song of Bernadette
No one does Cohen like Jennifer Warnes.
Love this song. She sounds, at times, very close to Linda Ronstadt
a.t.osterlun d
I've been a fan since the Smothers Brothers show, too. Too bad her assorted recording contracts make it impossible to get a compilation of her great songs. I'd be the first to buy it.
inconspicous
Great song, great interpretati o n . . .
paulbrian
Anyone ever find her version of "God rest ye merry gentlemen" ?? IMPOSSIBLE to find!
nkrb
Has anybody ever found "her Arista debut album, Jennifer Warnes" on the internet. There are several songs that I love that I can never find.
lmfisher4
an exceptionaly accomplished artist
truly a singer who made it on her voice. I've been a fan since the Smothers Brothers show.

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