Under Her Spell - Phyllis Hyman's Greatest Hits - Phyllis Hyman Reviews
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by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Sometimes you just have to hear the opening few bars of a song to be taken back to a moment in time and to have your memory jolted. As I get older, I find there are some songs which instantly take me back to my youth, and to a time when the burdens of adulthood were yet to weigh me down. One such song is "You Know How to Love Me" by Phyllis Hyman. This song got a lot of radio airplay in the UK when it was released in 1979 and was hugely popular in the dance scene at the time. I was only 15 then, but I went to lots of youth discos and every Sunday evening I went to a roller disco - a quite wonderful concept that seems to have died a ... Read the complete review
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