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You Know How to Love Me is the fourth album by American Soul singer-songwriter Phyllis Hyman. It was released by Arista Records in 1979 (see 1979 in music).

Track listing

  1. "You Know How to Love Me" - 7:37
  2. "Some Way" - 5:13
  3. "Under Your Spell" - 4:40
  4. "This Feeling Must Be Love" - 3:48
  5. "But I Love You" - 3:07
  6. "Heavenly" - 4:33
  7. "Hold On" - 4:15
  8. "Give a Little More" - 4:07
  9. "Complete Me" - 5:26
  10. "You're the One (#)(*)" - 5:24

Personnel

Production

  • Producer: James Mtume and Reggie Lucas
  • Vocal Arrangement: James Mtume, Reggie Lucas, and Tawatha
  • Vocal Contractor: Tawatha
  • Rhythm Arrangements: James Mtume and Reggie Lucas
  • Horn Arrangements: Gene Bianca and Wade Marcus
  • String Arrangements: Wade Marcus
  • String Contractor: Gene Bianca
  • Engineers: Jim Dougherty.
  • Assistant engineers: Carla Bandini, Craig Michaels, Johnny Potoker
  • Mixing: Jay Mark.
  • Project Coordinator: Neil Carfora, Laura Dorson, Jeremy Holiday, Stephanie Kika, Sue Raffman, Betty Ann Rizzo, and Rob Santos.
  • Liner Notes: David Nathan
  • Art Direction: Donn Davenport
  • Design: Mathieu Bitton
  • Sleeve Photo: Mark Allan
  • Photography: John Ford
  • Stylist: Hui Wang
  • Hair Stylist: Danny Wintrode
  • Make-Up: Fran Cooper
  • Executive Producer: Larkin Arnold
  • Mastering: Bill Lacey

(Reissue - 2002)

  • Reissue Producer: Paul Williams
  • Reissue Art Director: Mathieu Bitton




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