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Dee Dee Warwick
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    (September 25, 1945-October 18, 2008)
    Born in Newark, New Jersey
    Birth name was Delia Mae Warrick
    Sister of Dionne Warwick
    Recorded 'You're No Good' (1963), 'I Want To Be With You' (1966), 'I'm Gonna Make You Love Me' (1966), 'Foolish Fool' (1969) and 'She Didn't Know (She Kept Right On Talking' (1970)
    When a record company typo changed her sister's name to 'Warwick,' she followed suit.
    In the 70s, she briefly changed her name to 'Dede.'
    She sang in a Tyler Perry movie.
    She ended her career as a backing singer for her sister.
    In the early 60s, she and Dionne were in demand as background singers due to their tight harmonies.
    She recorded the original versions of 'I'm Gonna Make You Love Me,' which became a hit for the Supremes and the Temptations, and 'You're No Good,' which became a hit for Linda Ronstadt.
    She was popular in the British 'Northern Soul' circuit.
    She won a Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation (1999).

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