"Don't Make Me Over"
"Trains And Boats And Planes"
The #1 "Dion" of the rock era on Billboard's "Hot 100" chart is neither Celine Dion nor Dion DiMuci. It is the soulful Dionne Warwick who so masterfully interpreted the songwriting of Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
Dionne debuted on the "Hot 100" in 1963 with "Don't Make Me Over" which climbed to #21 and was inducted in the Grammy Hall Of Fame.
In 1966, "Trains And Boats And Planes" went to #22 and became her eighth out of her total 31 Top 40 hits.