Knowledge Identifier: +Jennifer_Warnes
Born in 1947.
Countries: United States (57%), Japan (9%), United Kingdom (9%)
Linked to: Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, Immaculate Heart College, PBS, Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
Leonard Cohen - During 1970s, Cohen toured twice with Jennifer Warnes as a back-up singer
In 1971, she met Canadian songwriter and poet, Leonard Cohen, and the two have remained lifelong friends
Warnes recorded the Randy Newman composition "One More Hour" for the 1981 motion picture "Ragtime"
Warnes teamed up with Joe Cocker to record "Up Where We Belong" for the 1982 motion picture "An Officer and a Gentleman"
Joe Cocker - In 1982, at the behest of producer Stewart Levine, Cocker recorded the duet "Up Where We Belong" with Jennifer Warnes for the soundtrack of the 1982 film "An Officer and a Gentleman"
In 1985, she recorded vocals for Leonard Cohen's record "Various Positions", getting equal vocals credits with Cohen in the inside booklet
After releasing a praised tribute LP of Leonard Cohen's songs in 1987, "Famous Blue Raincoat", to which Cohen contributed two new compositions, "First We Take Manhattan" and "Ain't No Cure for Love", she contributed vocals to Cohen's 1988 hit LP "I'm Your Man", most notably to "Take This Waltz" and "Tower of Song"
Leonard Cohen - " In 1987, Jennifer Warnes's tribute album "Famous Blue Raincoat" helped restore Cohen's career in the US. The following year he released "I'm Your Man," which marked a drastic change in his music
Donald Fagen - In 1992 Jennifer Warnes recorded "Big Noise New York" on her solo album "The Hunter"
In September 2011, Warnes toured Canada