Phyllis Hyman (album)

Phyllis Hyman (Album)

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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 #107 on the Billboard 200 chart, of the singles released from the album: "No One Can Love You More" was the most successful, charting at #58 in the Billboard Hot Soul singles chart.

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After recording a memorably gloomy cover of The Stylistics' 1971 hit "Betcha By Golly Wow" that appeared on Norman Connors' 1976 "You Are My Starship" album, Hyman was signed to Buddah and began work on her debut. The album featured the hits "Loving You - Losing You," a mid-tempo disco groove and "I Don't Want to Lose You," an emotional heart-rending R&B ballad (originally recorded by The Spinners). Phyllis Hyman has since been re-issued on CD. This re-issue is out of print, 8 of the tracks are available on The Best of Phyllis Hyman - The Buddah Years issued by Sequel Records in 1990.In 1996 RCA records issued the CD Loving You, Losing You, The Classic Balladry of Phyllis Hyman that included a perviously unreleased track from the 1977 recording session; "Sounds Like a Love Song".

Track listing

Side One:
  1. "Loving You - Losing You" (Thom Bell) -......
  2. ...

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