Recollection is the title of compilation album by Leslie Phillips, released in 1987 on Myrrh Records. Largely a collection of "greatest hits" from the Myrrh years, this album also contains a couple of new tracks including an acoustic version of "Your Kindness" and the never before released, "No One But You". Also included is the original demo versions of "Walls of Silence" and "You're the Same". All songs written by Sam Phillips, except where noted. Your Kindness" (acoustic recording) – 3:12.
From album "The Turning" (1987). she is a great singer love all her old and new stuff under Sam Phillips. Добавить комментарий. Leslie Phillips - You're The Same. Leslie Phillips - Hourglass 1984.
Album: Black White in a Grey World
Listen to music from Leslie Phillips like Love Is Not Lost, The Turning & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Leslie Phillips. 1) Leslie Phillips (b. January 28, 1962) is an American Christian singer and songwriter, who later recorded under the name Sam Phillips. One of her Christian market albums, The Turning, has been reissued under the Sam Phillips name. 2) Leslie Phillips is a French jazz/soul singer/songwriter currently living in London, UK. ww. esliephillipsmusic.
Boy Boy meets girl And you know the rest Boy loses his girl In their love's first test. Is this supposed to be a happy ending now Is this the way it always goes. Girl Throws in her heart Like a losing hand She uses the boys 'cause she thinks she'll never find her man. Is this supposed to be a happy ending now Is this the way it always goes Well I think I want my money back Because that's not all I know. Love is not lost It's not a lost cause. I meet you And you cut my heart You shake my ideals Until they fall apart.
This song is by Leslie Phillips and appear. n the album Black and White in a Grey World (1985). on the album The Turning (1987). on the compilation album Recollection (1987). Boy, boy meets girlAnd you know the restBoy loses his girlIn their love's first test. Is this supposed to be a happy ending nowIs this the way it always goes. Girl throws in her heartLike a losing handShe uses the boys'Cause she thinks she'll never find her man.
This is not the last CCM album Phillips recorded under her given name, Leslie, but it is the last of her overproduced, Debbie Gibson-esque '80s keyboard pop albums. Underneath her girlish screeching you can hear the beginnings of the persona that she would later develop as Sam Phillips on Virgin records.