From the Jazz Age through to modern rock, great songwriting partnerships have provided some of popular music’s finest moments. Here are eight of the best…
The 1968 album 'Dusty...Definitely' was the first to be co-produced by the singer herself.
The Godfather of Soul met the coming disco era head-on, with a subtly updated groove and a top 20 R&B hit.
With the upcoming 'Carpenters With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra', Richard Carpenter tells uDiscover the origin story of '(They Long To Be) Close To You'.
As the former pop idol adjusted his sound to suit more adult tastes, 'Dream Weaver' was one of his singles that missed the US bestsellers.
In July 1970, the seven-year-old Burt Bacharach & Hal David song 'Close To You' gave the siblings their first US No. 1.
In July 1964, Dusty reached into the Bacharach & David songbook for one of her classic covers.
The LP marked the star's debut at his new home of Decca Records.
After initial top ten hits written by Jagger/Richards and by Jackie DeShannon, the teenage pop star's next success came with a John D. Loudermilk song.
A small selection from the stunning archives of a truly great record label.
'Hit Maker! completely missed the US charts, but became a significant success in the UK, where Burt recorded it.
Remembering the vocal stylist and songwriter's second solo sojourn.
The modern-day line-up of the Motown legends burnish their recorded legacy with first new album in eight years.
With her first two hits already secured, anticipation was high for Springfield's album debut.
Dusty In Memphis, widely held to be the greatest album in the distinguished catalogue of Dusty Springfield, was released on 31 March 1969.