Composer Burt Bacharach celebrates his 94th birthday today. One of the great American composers, on a par with Henry Mancini, Cole Porter, and others, his most famous songs were written with lyricist Hal David and were initially recorded by Dionne Warwick. "Anyone Who Had A Heart" is one of the first examples of polyrhythms being used in a popular song, as the song switches between 4/4 and 5/4 time, with a bar of 7/8 toward the end of the verse. Linda Ronstadt did an excellent version of this on her 1993 album Winter Light. Here she performs it live, from 1994.