In January 1964, Warwick's original recording hit the Top Ten in the United States, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, South Africa, Belgium and Australia. 7 in France with "Ceux Qui Ont Un Coeur" in the spring of 1964, then no. Presents Sandie Shaw) the track fell short of the UK Top 50; it was a lower chart item (#71) in Australia. "Anyone Who Had a Heart" backed with "They Say It's Wonderful" was the third and final Fontana release by Mary May in January 1964 following "Listen, All You Lovers" in April 1962 and "Our Day Will Come" in February 1963. In fact - whether intentionally or not - Black's original recording features distinct lyrics on the chorus, with Black singing "who couldn't be another heart" rather than the original and standard lyric "you couldn't really have a heart": Black has always sung the standard lyric in live performance. Dionne Worwick sang it, but Burt Bacharach wrote it for her to sing! Shelby Lynne remade "Anyone Who Had a Heart" for her 2008 tribute to Dusty Springfield: Just a Little Lovin'. 34. It was late in 1963 and Liverpool was taking over popular music with some great songs and great people. Petula Clark has never recorded "Anyone Who Had a Heart" in English, feeling that both Dionne Warwick and Cilla Black have definitively rendered the song in its original language. [6] "Anyone Who Had a Heart" was also a No.1 hit for Cilla Black in Ireland, New Zealand and South Africa. However, Martin saw the song as a vehicle for Cilla Black, the Liverpool vocalist whose star potential had yet to be realized despite her association with The Beatles, her recording of the Lennon-McCartney original "Love of the Loved" having been only a modest hit (No.35). In 2008, the Shelby Lynne recording from Just a Little Lovin' was issued as a digital single release. In Germany, Clark's specialized cover, "Alles ist nun vorbei", was assigned a tandem chart ranking with both the Dionne Warwick and the Cilla Black versions, peaking at no. Shirley Bassey, the vocalist for whom "Anyone Who Had a Heart" was brought to the UK, recorded it only in 1978 for her The Magic Is You album with veteran producer Nick DeCaro. Anyone who ever loved - could look at me and know that I love you Anyone who ever dreamed - could look at me and know I dream of you Knowing I love you, so Anyone who had a heart -would take me in his arms and love me too You wouldn't really have a heart - and hurt me like you hurt me And be so untrue - what am I to do? You could also do it yourself at any point in time. [citation needed], Italian singer Mina performed a version of "Quelli che hanno un cuore" to an unprecedented Italian viewing audience of twenty million watching an episode of the Canzonissima series, orchestrated by Bruno Canfora for an ensemble of 400 musicians on 14 December 1968. 34. That's the way I felt it." As of 2015, she continues to tour and perform the song with Burt Bacharach. Call us crazy, but we like it when an artist comes around who doesn't mesh with the status quo. The song appears on James' sophomore album "That Jazz" as the opening song. The orchestra on Petula Clark's versions of "Anyone Who Had a Heart" was conducted by Tony Hatch. Script error: No such module "citation/CS1". Song recordings produced by George Martin, Josie James - Anyone Who Had A Heart (Official), Peter Rivera of Rare Earth sang lead on a 1975 remake of "Anyone Who Had a Heart" fronting HUB. 7 in Spain; Warwick's version also charted in France at no. A scout for English record producer George Martin discovered "Anyone Who Had a Heart" when Warwick's version took off in the United States, suggesting to Martin that the song would be a strong UK single for Shirley Bassey.