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You Know How To Love Me (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
|1. You Know How to Love Me|
|2. Some Way|
|3. Under Your Spell|
|4. This Feeling Must Be Love|
|5. But I Love You|
|7. Hold On|
|8. Give A Little More|
|9. Complete Me|
|10. You Know How to Love Me (7 Inch Version)|
|11. Under Your Spell (7 Inch Version)|
|12. You're The One|
|13. Tonight You And Me (Disco Version)|
|14. Sure Look Good to Me (7 Inch Version)|
|15. Riding The Tiger (Single Mix)|
|16. Riding The Tiger (12 Inch Dance Version)|
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Expanded Edition Of Phyllis Hyman's 1979 Classic, " You Know How To Love Me"
Phyllis Hyman – You Know How To Love Me includes 7 Bonus Tracks
Contains the Un-Released track, “You’re The One”
The album includes the chart hits "You Know How To Love Me” and “Under Your Spell”
Produced by James Mtume & Reggie Lucas.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York
You Know How to Love Me is the fourth album by soul singer-songwriter Phyllis Hyman. It was released by Arista Records in 1979, and produced by James Mtume & Reggie Lucas.
Writing in Smash Hits, Bev Hillier described You Know How to Love Me as a "great album" that was "relaxing, pleasant, easy listening and anything similar that you can think of". Hillier went on to describe Hyman's voice as "amazing and perfectly used".
The release was Phyllis Hyman's most successful album and was carefully tailored to become the artist's crossover breakthrough. The end result became a carefully constructed blend of contemporary disco-styled songs and ballads, including the song that would become one of Hyman's signature tunes, "You Know How to Love Me." The song became a hit, growing into a classic, covered by artists such as Lisa Stansfield and Robin S.
Other highlights include the excellent quiet storm of "Some Way," which allows Hyman's husky voice to shine; the somber, sublime piano ballad "But I Love You"; and the jazzy saxophone ballad "Complete Me."
You Know How to Love Me is as close as Hyman truly came to becoming a force and is an important and essential chapter in this star's musical legacy. This release has grown into a classic whose importance will only increase with the passing of time.