Pillow Talk" is a 1973 song by American singer and songwriter Sylvia. According to Billboard, the song is about sex. Sylvia Robinson had originally hoped the song would be recorded by Al Green, who turned it down as he thought it was too risqué and against his religious beliefs. Thereafter, Robinson decided to return as a musical artist and record Pillow Talk" herself, finally releasing the song in 1973.
Sylvia was a better producer than vocalist. And she hit her high points when she founded SUGAR HILL RECORDS in 1979. Absolutely love this album. Sylvia has such an amazing voice set off by an incredible rhythm section. No surprise she would later be a creator of one of the most memorable and valued hip/hop labels of all time. Thank you Sylvia Robinson for Sugar Hill Records. Any hip/hop, disco, soul fan should have this in there collection.
They make one wish that Sylvia had pursued a somewhat more versatile direction during the '70s, but there's no question that the "Pillow Talk" was bringing in the bacon, and this compilation supplies it in droves.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Pillow Talk: The Best of Sylvia" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Sylvia Robinson (March 6, 1936 – September 29, 2011) was an American singer, musician, record producer, and record label executive, most notably known for her work as founder/CEO of the hip hop label Sugar Hill Records.
Produced by Sylvia Robinson. Pillow Talk Lyrics a. .yi! Hey, baby, let me stay; I don't care what your friends are 'bout to sa.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Finally a compilation of Sylvia's sweet 'n spicy soul hard hitters. hearing Private Performance, Next Time That I See You and If You Get The Notion on various Japanese '70s funk and soul compilations.
Pillow Talk is found on the album Pillow Talk. Found on more albums: Pillow Talk: The Best of Sylvia. Sylvia Robinson – Pillow Talk. Hey baby, let me stay. I don't care what your friend's about to say. Aha, What your friends all say is fine, But it can't compete with this pillow talk of mine. Oh you can't find love on a one way street. It takes two to tango, takes two to even compete.
Album by Sylvia Robinson. was sampled in. Watergrate by Dickie Goodman (1973).