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Performer:
Phyllis Hyman
Album:
Phylladelphia - The Gamble-Huff Years
Country:
Released:
Nov 1999
Label:
Westside
Catalog:
WESM 576
Style:
Soul
MP3 archive size:
1331 mb
FLAC archive size:
1542 mb

Tracklist

1Phyllis HymanI'm Calling You
2Phyllis HymanI'm Truly Yours
3Phyllis HymanScreaming At The Moon
4Phyllis HymanWhat You Won't Do For Love
5Phyllis HymanI Found Love
6Phyllis HymanLiving In Confusion
7Phyllis HymanWhen I Give My Love (This Time)
8Phyllis HymanWhen You Get Right Down To It
9Phyllis HymanAin't You Had Enough Love
10Phyllis HymanDon't You Wanna Change The World
11Phyllis HymanThis Too Shall Pass
12Phyllis HymanIt Takes Two
13Phyllis HymanIf You Want Me
14Phyllis HymanOld Friend
15Phyllis Hyman, Lou Rawls & Rev. James ClevelandRun Jesse, Run

Credits

  • Compiled By, Liner NotesDavid Cole

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5032698015764

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Demon-Westside
  • Copyright (c) – Demon-Westside
  • Licensed To – Music Collection International Ltd.

Album

Phylladelphia: The Gamble-Huff Years. Your Rating. Overview . CD - Westside Records WESM 576. Phyllis Hyman. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Hyman's next album, Prime of My Life, released in 1991, again on Philadelphia International, was the biggest of her career. It included her first number-one R&B hit as well as her first Billboard Top 100 hit, Don't Wanna Change the World. The album provided two more top 10 R&B singles in Living in Confusion and When You Get Right Down to It, and the less successful I Found Love. Three years after her death, a second posthumous album of previously unreleased material was released. Songs were culled from various recording sessions from the mid-1980s into the early 1990s. Phyllis Hyman is the self-titled solo debut studio album by American soul singer-songwriter Phyllis Hyman. It was released by Buddah Records in 1977. The album charted at number 107 on the Billboard 200 chart, and of the singles released from the album, No One Can Love You More was the most successful, charting at number 58 in the Billboard Hot Soul singles chart. Signing with Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International Records she released two of her greatest albums: Living All Alone 1986 and Prime of My Life 1991, which included the number one Hot R&BHip-Hop hit Don't Wanna Change the World. The Pittsburgh Choir Singer. Phyllis Linda Hyman was born on July 6 1949 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to an African American father and an Italian American mother. Shortly after her birth she moved with her family to Pittsburgh, Pa. Release of a follow-up album by Hyman went on hold for five years when Philadelphia International lost its distribution deal with Manhattan Records. 3 Tracks. songs table. Popular albums by this artist. Master Hits: Phyllis Hyman. Living All AlonePrime of My Life. Under Her Spell: Phyllis Hyman's Greatest Hits. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. Phylladelphia: The Gamble-Huff Years released. Albumиюл 27, 1999. The album was released three years after Hyman's death and contains twelve previously unreleased songs that were recorded between 1985 and 1995 during her time on the Philadelphia International label. The album charted on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart at No. 66 in 1998. The Legacy Of Phyllis Hyman - Phyllis Hyman. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Phyllis Linda Hyman July 6 1949 - June 30, 1995, was born in Philadelphia, and grew up in Pittsburgh. She is perhaps best remembered for her signature song, You Know How to Love Me 1979, which was the title track from her fourth album and which peaked at 6 on the disco chart that year. H read more