"Don't Call Me Any More" is a masterpiece of musical drama, and when Dee Dee belts out those title lyrics, it's straight from the gut. The bridge section is also one of the first American recordings that incorporates ska rhythms.
Dee Dee's version of "You're No Good" (brilliantly produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller) proceeded Betty Everett's hit version just slightly, yet Betty's version became the massive national hit. While Betty's version is great, Dee Dee's far earthier rendition conveys the lyric in a way that propels the song into far different territory.
DEE DEE WARWICK - DON'T CALL ME ANY MORE
b/w YOU'RE NO GOOD