She didn't want the train to stop...
Phyllis Nelson was an American singer who started her artistic career at the end of the 1970s. Notably by recording several Disco titles which unfortunately only had a small audience.
It was only from 1985 and especially with the title "Move closer" that she would finally experience fame and success. A title which, as paradoxical as it may seem, will find little echo across the Atlantic, although it will be a real hit across the Channel.
Shewill have two other successes in the same year with on the one hand the title "I like you peaked" which this time will be a hit in the United States. And on the other hand with "I like you" which will work particularly well in France.
Which will be his last major successes. Sadly, she died in 1998 at the age of 47 from cancer.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
Don’ stop the train 1981
Stop don't do this to me 1983
Take me nowhere 1983
Move closer 1985
I don’t know 1985
I like you 1985
1981 ... a first Dance title completely out of step with its time ... On a 100 % Disco basis. Astonishing bet !
1983 ... on the other hand, the second is completely in line with the style of the moment. A HUGE track that will surely remain as one of his most famous and undoubtedly as one of the biggest Dance hits of the decade !
1983 ... a beautiful year 1983 which saw her release several very high caliber Dance titles. An Olympic form which undoubtedly positions her as one of the sure values of the moment
1985...she loves to skip the years. Nothing in 1984, so we find her in 1985. In addition, in a dazzling form and in Intimate mode on an Ultimate Slow of any beauty. MA-GIC !
1985 ... the hellish duo that will bring him the biggest success of his career. And this thanks to the french actor Alain Delon. A totally improbable duo that works perfectly !
1985 ... here she signs one of her biggest Dance titles. A song that allows her to end the adventure as best as possible. What more could you wish for !
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