8.6K views 1 year ago Dusty Springfield sings 'The Look Of Love' from her 1967 Philips album 'The Look of Love'. The song was written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach. The lyrics are in the...
- 4 Min.
- Gary Larson
" The Look of Love " is a popular song composed by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and originally popularized by English pop singer Dusty Springfield. The song is notable for its sensuality and its relaxed bossa nova rhythm.   The song was featured in the 1967 spoof James Bond film Casino Royale.
- Bossa nova, pop
- January 29, 1967
- 4 Min.
The Look of Love is the fifth album by singer Dusty Springfield to be released in the US, issued on the Philips Records label in late 1967. It gathered seven tracks from Springfield's British 1967 album Where Am I Going? with both the A- and B-sides of the singles "Give Me Time"/"The Look of Love" and "What's It Gonna Be"/"Small Town ...
- London and New York, July – September 1967, (Tracks B3-4: November 1965)
- December 1967
- Johnny Franz, Jerry Ragovoy
Dusty Springfield - The Look of Love 1967 (Extended Version) Maya Lgds 301 subscribers Subscribe 2K Share 158K views 5 years ago For those of us who adore this song so much and can't get enough...
- 6 Min.
- Maya Lgds