The Sylvers (album)
|Studio album by The Sylvers|
|Released||February 17, 1972|
|Producer||Jerry Butler, Keg Johnson|
|The Sylvers chronology|
The Sylvers is the debut album by the Los Angeles, California-based R&B group The Sylvers. The album was released on MGM Records subsidiary Pride Records, a label founded by record and film producer Michael Viner. Released in 1972, it was produced by R&B legends Jerry Butler (of The Impressions) and Keg Johnson.
This album released three singles: "Fool's Paradise", "Wish I Could Talk to You" and "I'll Never Be Ashamed".
In 2013, Dusty Groove Records reissued their debut on vinyl.
- "Wish That I Could Talk to You" (2:53)
- "Fool's Paradise" (2:28)
- "Only One Can Win" (3:00)
- "I'm Truly Happy" – (Jerry Peters) (2:48)
- "Touch Me Jesus" – (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, A. Bond) (3:25)
- "I Know Myself" (3:32)
- "Chaos" (3:12)
- "So Close" (2:52)
- "I'll Never Be Ashamed" – (James Sylvers) (3:13)
- "How Love Hurts" (4:16)
- Jerry Butler - producer
- Keg Johnson - producer
- Michael Viner - executive producer
- David Crawford - arranger
- Jerry Peters - arranger