This is My tribute to Phyllis Hyman. This is sort of a rare song that was recorded in 1982 featuring McCoy Tyner.
McCoy Still captured his intense sound while still giving Phillis A nice cushion Of Support
The most beautiful song Phillis Hyman sang she had quite a few. McCoy Tyner did an excellent job on this LP with her. 💯
I saw her at Blues Alley in DC for my birthday one year. the was also the greatest whistler i'd ever heard. man i haven't heard this song since the quiet song the year it came out on WHUR!
The 16 people that thumbs this down must not have a soul at all…
That crescendo at 5:21 is tooo…damn ….much! Sang it gurl!
COUNTING THE MOMENTS WE SHARED…I SIMPLY LOVE ALL HER MUSIC TOUCHES MY SOUL…RIP…LOVE ALWAYS💖..💓💓💓💓💜
All right…This amazing woman is my most famous vocalist ever…I Love you…RIP amazing woman…
I haven't heard this song before…I love it love it…I'm in awe of this wonderful lady…Go to God and let him hear your sweet voice…RIH.
🌈Beautiful 🎞️📽️ tribute to the never forgotten 🌍 Miss Phyllis Hyman 🎙️*1 in a Million🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈& McCoy Tryner on 🎹 Wow
she shouldve been a bigger star
WJZZ Detroit Baby!!!
Wow!!! This is one of my Favorites by Phyllis Hyman!! I havent heard this in so long. So Many Memories, So Many Thanks for posting it.
Powerful and beautiful
You were a special light in God’s creative eyes for him to have created you Ms Phyllis Hyman to be so special, beautiful and amazing voice, bravo and hallelujah to the creator for offering us YOU!
Phyllis Hyman, she left us too soon…
This song is a masterpiece. It belongs in the Smithsonian as a jazz standard. I can’t get enough of it.
WHAT A ICONIC LEGENDARY DIVA WHAT A MASTERPIECE & WHAT A COMBINATION SHO-NUFF INDEED OMG!(RIP)
This is a masterpiece the music Arrangements and her beautiful succulent voice is the icing on the cake
I use to have the McCoy Tyner LP, this song is hard to find now a days. A classic !!
I've been a HUGE fan of hers since the '70s, but today is the first time I'm hearing this. I can't breathe, from the beauty of it.
This was McCoy Tyner's album "Looking Out". Stanley Clarke wrote this for the album.
This wonderful recording was also my introduction to drummer, Ndugu Chancellor. May he RIP.
You gotta have some serious vocal range, piano chops and be a drumming beast to cover this…..!
This is a beautiful song and it's my fist time hearing it. I thought I had heard everything song by Phyliss Hyman. This I must say is a nice surprise !!! Love it !!!
This song is awesome.
Mcoy-" Hey Ndugu I need a perfect drum part for this track.. Ndugu-" no problem"…
One great song
This is my favorite song from McCoy Tyner's LP!! Looking Out!!! Phyllis sang the hell of this song. It didn't get a lot of air play but there was enough air play for me to remember this son over 30 years later.!!! Simply the best jazz ever.
found another gem. I can #HEAR the versitiliy in her voice better than the other songs I've heard so far.
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