Phyllis Brown was an American singer of the late 1960s and early 1970s. She issued several singles and a self-titled album on Barnaby Records in 1971.
- A: I've Got Something On My Mind B: Roma 1967
- A: Mrs. Bean B: Bobby's Girl 1969
- A: Dead B: Mrs. Bean 1970
- A: It's Hard To Believe B: A Girl From Cairo, A Boy From Tel Aviv
- A: Why B: Oh Baby!
- Phyllis Brown (1971) album arranged by Glen Hardin and Larry Muhoberac, produced by Steve Clark.
- A1 "Ora"
- A2 "Beginning Now"
- A3 "But I Can't Get Back"
- A4 "Free to Choose"
- A5 "Anybody Else"
- B1 "Keys To The Kingdom"
- B2 "You Without Me"
- B3 "Another Time"
- B4 "Hope Street Blues"
- B5 "Turn Around and Love You"
- B6 "The Thought Of Leaving You"
- "PHYLLIS BROWN-Barnaby Z 30824". Billboard. August 28, 1971. p. 50.
Miss Brown is a newcomer to the music scene, and this initial album outing has all earmarks of making her a star. She has a fine voice and her choice of material is exceptional, as evidenced by her performances of "Beginning Now," "You Without Me," "Another Time" and "Anybody Else." There's a good balance between the rhythm and slower items, and...
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