PHYLLIS HYMAN / “Phyllis Hyman Jazz Mixtape”


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5 Responses to “PHYLLIS HYMAN / “Phyllis Hyman Jazz Mixtape””

Ann Says:
September 6th, 2009 at 2:05 am

Can you tell me who the guy was that was married and she wanted him to leave his wife for them to get together. I have always wanted to know who that man is. I have seen initials MJ on things, but to say it was Michael Jordan may not be right. Please help. That is a question I have had for all of these years. It’s nice to read an updated post. Look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.


lebo Says:
December 20th, 2009 at 5:39 am

After catching that Unsung episode on tvone some weeks back, I’ve had Phyllis’ cds on heavy(er) rotation. I love Phyllis’ voice; but a lot of her work is sometimes hard to listen to. Not sure how to best express it; but its kind of like how you described Billie’s music (like congac, I think you said). Maybe it’s because I know how closely the sadness in the lyrics of their songs paralleled the real sadness in their lives. That said; there are many Phyllis songs that I can jut put on repeat and listen to over and over (eg. ,When I Give My Love, Betcha, Somewhere In my Lifetime, You Know how To Love Me, Tonight, etc.). Thank you for this article.


Linda Says:
June 22nd, 2011 at 8:03 am

Ms. Hyman:
I thought I was the only one who had the same feelings about things which I too could feel the pains and see visions happening before they happen. I am so sorry Ms. Hyman could not have anyone to believe her nor acknowledge that God is the one which gives you the gift to experience what he sees go on in this forsaken world. Bless you and your family


KENNY LUN Says:
March 23rd, 2012 at 6:47 pm

KNEW PHYLLIS BRIEFLY IN NEW YORK ABOUT1980 OR SO. SHE WAS SO SWEET AND VERY INTELLIGENT. WE SPOKE ABOUT ALOT OF METAPHYSICAL SUBJECTS QUITE OFTEN.I REALLY BELIEVE THAT HER CAREER,AND PERSONAL LIFE BECAME SO INTERTWINED SHE SIMPLY HIT A WALL. DRUGS, AND ALCOHOL CAN DISTORT ANYONES PERCEPTION OF THEIR OWN SELFWORTH. SHE WAS ONE OF LIFES GREASTEST TREASURES, AND NEVER BELIEVED IT HERSELF. I MISS HER AND THINK OF HER ALMOST DAILY. REST WELL PRETTY LADY, YOU REALLY ARE GREATLY MISSED.


Angela Says:
November 25th, 2012 at 8:34 pm

Ms. Phyllis Hyman was a true and magnificent lady. She was the essence of class and style. I wish she could have appreciated the gift that she had and the true inspiration her songs and music gave the world.


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