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 on the Billboard 200 chart, of the singles released from the album: "No One Can Love You More" was the most successful, charting at in the Billboard Hot Soul singles chart.
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In these environments, Hyman could outright shine even more than her solo work normally revealed.
I love the music of Phyllis Hyman. Once again Phyllis's vocal stylings are outstanding. This is a must have for your jazz collection To me this song in many ways captures the true essence of Jazz in the 1970s, albeit the late 1970s.
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Phyllis Hyman - The Answer Is You. Phyllis Hyman - Sacred Kind of Love Live. Hyman sang with Pharoah Sanders and the Fatback Band while working on her first solo album, Phyllis Hyman, released in 1977 on the Buddah Records label. When Arista Records bought Buddha, she was transferred to that label. Her first album for Arista, Somewhere in My Lifetime, was released in 1978; the title track was produced by then-labelmate Barry Manilow. Her follow-up album, You Know How to Love Me, made the R&B Top 20 and also performed well on the club–dance charts.
Phyllis Hyman – Phyllis Hyman. Label: Buddah Records – BDS 5681. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A3. One Thing On My Mind. Arranged By – Don RenaldoWritten-By – Evie Sands, Richard Germinaro. A4. I Don't Want To Lose You. Written-By – Linda Creed, Thom Bell. B1. Deliver The Love.
Music of Phyllis Hyman. Although people will always remember that she committed suicide, they will also remember the legacy that she left behind and all of the accomplishments that she achieved in her short life. When she was 28 years old, she released her first album entitled Phyllis Hyman under the Buddah Records label. The songs on her first album included: "Loving You, Losing You". No One Can Love You More". One More Thing on My Mind". I Don't Want to Lose You".
No One But You. This song is by Phyllis Hyman and appears on the album Forever With You (1998). Ooh, ooh, ooh. Don't want nobodyI don't want nobodyNo one, no one, no one but youI don't want no one but youI don't want no one but youI don't want no one but you to love meI'd rather be lonelyAll by myselfSitting until you come homeNo other arms could hold me the way you doBaby can't you see, I'm devoted to youBaby can't you see, I'm committed to youCan't you see that I'm yoursI'm yours alone.
|1||–Phyllis Hyman||Leavin' The Good Life Behind (Long Version)
Arranged By – Bert KeyesBass – Neil JasonDrums – Bernard PurdieGuitar – Eric GalePiano – Richard Tee
|2||–Phyllis Hyman||Baby (I'm Gonna Love You)
Arranged By – Andrew Smith
|3||–Phyllis Hyman||Do Me
Arranged By – Andrew Smith Soloist, Guitar – Hiram Bullock
|4||–Norman Connors Featuring Phyllis Hyman||Betcha By Golly Wow
Alto Saxophone – Gary BartzBacking Vocals – Mareatha Stewart*, Sharon Redd, Tasha ThomasBass – Anthony JacksonCello – Doc Kirksey*Drums – Norman ConnorsElectric Piano, Arranged By – Onaje Allan GumbsFlute – Art WebbPercussion – Don Alias, Neil ClarkeProducer – Jerry Schoenbaum, Skip DrinkwaterViola – Mary Ellen Ewing*Violin – Gayle Dixon Clay*, John Blake, Noel Pointer
|5||–Pharoah Sanders Featuring Phyllis Hyman||Love Is Here
Arranged By [Rhythm] – McKinley JacksonBacking Vocals – The WatersBass – Alex Blake Drums – Lenny WhiteGuitar – David T. WalkerKeyboards – Bobby Lyle, Hubert Eaves*, Khalid MossTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Percussion – Pharoah SandersTimpani – Norman Connors
|6||–Pharoah Sanders Featuring Phyllis Hyman||As You Are
Arranged By [Horns], Arranged By [Strings] – Paul RiserArranged By [Rhythm] – McKinley JacksonBacking Vocals – The WatersBass – Donny BeckDrums – Raymond PoundsFlute – Ernie WattsFrench Horn – Sidney Muldrow, Vince De Rosa*Guitar – Wah Wah Watson*Keyboards – Bobby Lyle, Hubert Eaves*, Khalid MossPercussion – Kenneth NashSoprano Saxophone – Pharoah SandersTimpani – Norman Connors
|7||–Phyllis Hyman & Terri Klausner||I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good / Mood Indigo
Arranged By [Vocals] – Malcolm DoddsBass, Tuba – Dominick FioreDrums – Richard Pratt French Horn – Al RichmondGuitar, Banjo – Rudy StevensonPercussion – Charles Simons, Rocky WhitePiano, Arranged By [Vocals], Arranged By [Music] – Lloyd MayersProducer – Thomas Z. ShepardSaxophone, Clarinet – Bill Easley, David Young , Harold Minerve, Joe Temperley, Norris TurneyTrombone – Art Baron, Britt Woodman, Chuck Connors, Vince PrudenteTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Barry Lee Hall, Evan Solot, John Longo, Kamau Adilifu, Lloyd MichelsVocals – Terri Klausner
|8||–Phyllis Hyman & Gregory Hines||Take The "A" Train
Arranged By [Vocals] – Malcolm DoddsBass, Tuba – Dominick FioreDrums – Richard Pratt French Horn – Al RichmondGuitar, Banjo – Rudy StevensonPercussion – Charles Simons, Rocky WhitePiano, Arranged By [Vocals], Arranged By [Music] – Lloyd MayersProducer – Thomas Z. ShepardSaxophone, Clarinet – Bill Easley, David Young , Harold Minerve, Joe Temperley, Norris TurneyTrombone – Art Baron, Britt Woodman, Chuck Connors, Vince PrudenteTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Barry Lee Hall, Evan Solot, John Longo, Kamau Adilifu, Lloyd MichelsVocals – Gregory Hines
|9||–Four Tops Featuring Phyllis Hyman||Maybe Tomorrow
Bass – Anthony JacksonDrums – Steve FerronePiano, Synthesizer – Dean GantProducer, Arranged By – Reggie LucasVocals – Levi Stubbs, Jr.
|10||–Joe Sample Featuring Phyllis Hyman||The Survivor
Guitar – Charles Fearing, Dean ParksProducer – Wilton FelderProducer, Drums – Leon Ndugu ChanclerProducer, Piano [Acoustic] – Joe SampleProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Rhett LawrenceProgrammed By [Synthesizer], Arranged By [Horns], Arranged By [Synthesizer] – Dave Ervin*Remix – Louil Silas Jr.
|11||–Lonnie Liston Smith Featuring Phyllis Hyman||Obsession
Bass – Ron Richardson Keyboards [Electric] – Lonnie Liston SmithProducer, Keyboards, Drum Programming, Arranged By – Terry BurrusSoprano Saxophone – Najee
|12||–Norman Connors Featuring Phyllis Hyman||Remember Who You Are
Arranged By [Strings], Concertmaster – Charles Veal*Bass – Freddie WashingtonDrums – Mike Baker , Norman ConnorsGuitar – Doc PowellKeyboards [Electric] – Bobby LyleOrchestra – The Charles Veal String OrchestraPercussion – Munyungo JacksonPiano [Acoustic] – Jerry Peters