Youre The One - Phyllis Hyman - The Buddah Years (CD)

Posted on by Mazuzshura



  1. Phyllis Hyman - Buddah Years. $ $ Product Promotions. 15% off sitewide (excluding sale items, exclusives, and select items) Shipping Promotions. ID: desdeconmeaposcodolunomicoces.xyzinfo Format. CD Condition. New Used Release. New. Used. Buddah Years Soulmusic Records. $Availability: In Stock Add to Cart Add to Wishlist. Facebook Twitter. Product.
  2. Released in by Sequel, The Best of Phyllis Hyman: The Buddah Years is almost exactly like Greatest Hits, a set from Kama desdeconmeaposcodolunomicoces.xyzinfo only difference is that "The Night Bird Gets the Love" is included here instead of "Was Yesterday Such a Long Time Ago.".
  3. Jul 02,  · Phyllis Hyman - No One Can Love You More by timmy Can't We Fall in Love Again? - Phyllis Hyman by westphillysoul. Phyllis Hyman what you want do for love live!
  4. Incorporating her self-titled LP debut, the Buddah Years also includes the dance-flavored "You're the One," a track left off the original album, and three songs - 'Soon Come Again,' 'Be Careful (How You Treat My Love)' and 'The Answer Is You' - recorded for Buddah, originally released on the non-US LP, Sing a Song and then included on her US Arista debut.5/5(6).
  5. SoulMusic Records, an imprint of the Cherry Red Group, continues its non-chronological tour through the catalogue of the late Phyllis Hyman with the release of The Buddah Years. Despite the compilation title, this track CD is actually a straight reissue of Hyman’s very first solo album, recorded for Buddah Records, plus four bonus tracks.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Buddah Years - Phyllis Hyman on AllMusic -
  7. Jul 15,  · Tracks appeared on the original Buddah LP, PHYLLIS HYMAN () Track 10 was previously unreleased until Tracks appeared on the original non-US Buddah LP, SING A SONG () and on the Arista LP, SOMEWHERE IN MY LIFETIME () Recorded at Total Experience, Los Angeles; 1, 2, 8 Recorded at Sigma Sound; 3, 4, /5(3).
  8. Aug 22,  · It was left off Phyllis Hyman, but resurfaced in as a bonus track on a CD reissue of Hyman’s sophomore effort for Arista Records, You Know How to Love Me. It finds its rightful home here. The new The Buddah Years also adds three bonus tracks from Hyman’s second Buddah album, Sing a Song. The story becomes a bit convoluted here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *