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Love Songs

Phyllis Hyman

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Album Review

The selections on Phyllis Hyman's Love Songs span her 1977 debut through 1991's Prime of My Life, but the collection certainly favors her productive early years, with over half the content taken from Somewhere in My Lifetime, You Know How to Love Me, and Can't We Fall in Love Again. Given that nearly 20 Hyman anthologies had been released prior to this, Love Songs isn't filling a void of any sort, but the disc does hold up when compared to the many other volumes in the Love Songs series. Although "We Both Need Each Other" and "Betcha by Golly, Wow," two guest turns that bolstered Norman Connors' You Are My Starship, would've made nice additions, this covers the basics rather successfully.

Biography

Born: 06 July 1949 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Phyllis Hyman began her career as a silky voiced, jazz-influenced singer and gradually moved into slick, heavily produced urban contemporary ballads and light dance numbers. Hyman won a scholarship to music school and then began her professional career with the group New Direction in 1971. When they disbanded after a national tour, Hyman joined the Miami ensemble All the People. She also worked there with another local group, the Hondo Beat, and appeared in the film Lenny. That was followed by a...
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Love Songs, Phyllis Hyman
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, R&B/Soul, Quiet Storm, Soul
  • Released: 06 January 2006

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