Phil Flowers

Phillip John Flowers

Also known as Flowers, P. Flower, P. Flowers, Phil Flow, Phil Flower

Discography of Phil Flowers:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 In Whose Eyes (Areyouwhoyouwannabe?) 2 Audio 1973 Epic
2 Sings 9 Audio 1962 Design Records (2)
3 Alley Oop / C C Rider 2 Audio WHAM
4 Like A Rolling Stone / Keep On Sockin' It Children 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
5 Son Of Mine / What Could I Do Girl 2 Audio 1969 Dot Records
6 Every Day I Have To Cry 2 Audio A&M Records
7 Chapel On The Hill / Put De Pot On Mary 4 Audio Norton Records (2)
8 The Man, The Wife, & The Little Baby Daughter / Nothing Last Forever 2 Audio 1970 Bell Records
9 Stay Awhile / If You Really Love Him 2 Audio ICI Industries
10 Sings 9 Audio 1962 Design Records (2)
11 ABC Boogie / Rock Around The Clock 2 Audio 1962 Kasey
12 Alpha And Omega 18 Audio 2009-01-00 Funky Delicacies
13 Sings 9 Audio Excelsior
14 Every Day I Have To Cry 2 Audio 1970-04-10 A&M Records
15 Like A Rolling Stone / Keep On Sockin' It Children 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
16 The Alligator 2 Audio Dot Records
17 Like A Rolling Stone 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
18 Discontented 2 Audio Dot Records
19 Sings 9 Audio 1962 Design Records (2)
20 You Little Devil / Cleopatra 2 Audio Josie Records
21 No More Tossin' And Turnin' / The Dances 2 Audio Sway (2)
22 Every Day I Have To Cry 2 Audio 1970 A&M Records
23 Like A Rolling Stone / Keep On Sockin' It Children 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
24 Cry On My Shoulder / Discontended 4 Audio Audio Arts (2)
25 Sings 9 Audio 1962 Excelsior Records
26 The Dances / No More Tossin' And Turnin' 2 Audio 2014 Sway (2)
27 Discontented 2 Audio Dot Records
28 Stay Awhile 2 Audio 1986 Future Records & Tapes
29 Johnny Bom Bonney / Peace Of Mind 2 Audio 1965 Almanac Records (2)
30 Sings 9 Audio Excelsior Records


Born: January 28, 1934, Longwood, North Carolina.

Died: January 22, 2001, Rockville, Maryland.

Phillip John Flowers was a Washington area singer and composer who performed in the United States and abroad since the 1950's. He was sometimes described as "The Black Elvis" and "Skip Manning."


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