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Phyllis Linda Hyman (July 6 1949 - June 30, 1995), was born in Philadelphia, and grew up in Pittsburgh. She is perhaps best remembered for her signature song, You Know How to Love Me (1979), which was the title track from her fourth album and which peaked at #6 on the disco chart that year.

Hyman began singing professionally in 1971 as part of the group The New Direction. She was also a member of Miami groups All The People and… read more

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  • Gone way too soon. Loved her song "I'll Be Around" with McCoy Tyner, a masterpiece.
  • You Just Don't Know...
  • 20 years ago today we lost our angel. RIP, Diva.
  • One of the best EVER.
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  • a voice like butter! rip <3
  • What a fantastic voice she had. R.I.P
  • RIP Phyllis Hyman
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  • Sublime. Living All Alone is a masterpiece. There is pain and longing in every track that many of us can relate to so well. I always return to it.

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