Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1969 album from the Soul vocalist. The younger sister of international music legend Dionne Warwick, Dee Dee Warwick had experienced chart success in the U.S. after she signed with the Blue Rock/Mercury labels in 1965. Dee Dee's next major hit came in 1969 when she reunited with producer Ed Townsend for one of the most emotionally-charged recordings of her career. 'Foolish Fool,' now considered a Deep Soul classic, not only became another Top 20 R&B hit but earned the East Orange, New Jersey native her first Grammy nomination. The song. In 1969, Mercury assembled the Foolish Fool LP, based on different sessions Dee Dee had recorded for the label. The LP is reissued here for the first time in its original form and includes three tracks never released on CD until now. With comments and reflections by her famous sister Dionne Warwick, notes are by SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan (whose first published interview as a music journalist was with Dee Dee in 1966).