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In his memoir Anyone Who Had a Heart, Burt Bacharach, one of the greatest songwriters of all time, offers a frank and riveting account of his unparalleled life.
From his tumultuous marriages and the tragic suicide of his daughter, to his collaborations with Hal David, Carole Bayer Sager, Neil Diamond, Elvis Costello, and others, Bacharach details his long-lasting success as well as the never-before-told stories behind the hits.
Candid and emotional, and with 16 pages of color photographs, Anyone Who Had a Heart: My Life and Music is Burt Bacharach in his own words—a powerful and personal look at the award-winning songwriter and composer.
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About the Author
Burt Bacharach is a classically trained pianist whose songs have been recorded by the most influential artists of the twentieth century. He has written more than seventy Top 40 hits and has received Grammy, Oscar, and Emmy awards for his work. The father of three children, he lives in Los Angeles.
Table of Contents
Prologue: Nikki 1
1 The Story of My Life 5
2 Night Plane to Heaven 22
3 I Married an Angel 30
4 Warm and Tender 42
5 The Blue Angel 50
6 Baby, It's You 64
7 Make It Easy on Yourself 74
8 Land of Make Believe 82
9 What's New Pussycat? 96
10 Love, Sweet Love 104
11 What's It All About? 115
12 The Look of Love 122
13 I'll Never Fall in Love Again 131
14 Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head 143
15 Lost Horizon 154
16 Only Love Can Break a Heart 161
17 Best That You Can Do 168
18 That's What Friends Are For 181
19 Anyone Who Had a Heart 193
20 This Guy's in Love with You 201
21 Battle Royal 212
22 God Give Me Strength 219
23 Man of Mystery 230
24 Overture 2000 235
25 Nikki, It's You 242
26 Night and Day 249
27 What the World Needs Now 254
28 The Gershwin Prize 266
Epilogue: Happy 279
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great songwriter...bad autobiography. I am disappointed with the writing style. What happened?