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To Whom It May Concern

by Philip Jaymes Flowers

Takes you on a wonderful journey back to the future of classic R&B/Urban Adult Contemporary music, and features 9 soon to be classic - originals including four amazing ballads.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. What Would You Do
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2. To Whom It May Concern
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3. You've Made Your Choice (Whatever Happened)
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4. Got That Feeling Again
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5. Flowers
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6. She's Mine
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7. You Say It Isn't Love
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8. Professional Lover
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9. Me & Mrs. Jones
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10. Who Do You Love
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11. To Whom It May Concern (radio edit)
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12. You've Made Your Choice (radio edit)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in Washington, D.C., and son of well-known entertainer, Phil Flowers, Sr., Philip first began performing in junior high school talent shows, winning over a dozen in DC and neighboring states. After watching his son's repeated wins, Phil Sr. asked if the young performer would like to go out of the road with him, on smaller legs of his larger tours. Philip enthusiastically said yes.

And so, at 12, Philip began his professional career, opening with his father for the Osmond Brothers. This was followed by a performance at The Washington Monument, playing with Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrill in front of an audience of 40,000!

Encouraged by overwhelming responses, Father and son began touring the country extensively; and later, accompanied by his two sisters, The Phil Flowers and the Flower's Family Revue was born, touring the world, even as far as Saudi Arabia.

At 25, Philip launched his solo career, starting with a twenty-two week sold out run at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. He would go onto headlining for The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Patti Labelle, The Beach Boys, among others.

Then, a few years later, while performing at the Kennedy Center, a promoter from Israel asked Flowers if he would consider coming to Israel. What started out as a month's run in Eilat, ended in two years of sold out engagements, with Flowers even learning to sing in Hebrew.

Following his two years in Israel, Flowers went on an extended tour of Europe, learning also to sing in Greek, German, and Spanish.

After returning to the States, Flowers spent the next few years as the lead singer for the world renowned Gene Donati Orchestra, performing at the White House (for both President Clinton and President Bush), the Presidential Yacht, two inaugural balls, and various society and political events - including long standing associations with the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus.

To Whom It May Concern takes its chief inspiration from classic R&B - Jeffery Osborne, Ottis Redding, and Luther Vandross - as well as smooth, crossover gospel vocalists such as Yolanda Adams, Rachelle Ferrell, with touches of Lou Rawls, Barry White and Michael MacDonald.

As Taylor, producer and co-writer, says: "This CD has the classic flavor of R&B, the structure of the melodies, the arrangements, the real instrumentation; slightly updated, but just as smooth and just as warm."


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bette brewer


you are the godfather of my child.. brittany e hudson... and she is trying to find you! Phillip call us at 317-418-2818. iwas married to brian hudson

Don King

I Know Phil & JR. I have ben with them and a fan for more 30 yeras
knowing both JR & his dad. is grate . THIS IS THE BEST CD I HAVE

Aaron "AJ" Basey

A Very Nice CD
It's a pleasure to welcome a talent like you to the Las Vegas community. Each track on the CD is a winner. Looking forward to your continued success. Love this CD.

Carolyn Ohlbaum

Wonderful album!
Hi Phil, I wanted to compliment you on a very wonderful album! Love your singing!!! I see that you were the lead singer for the Gene Donati Orchestra. I worked with Gene quite a bit myself! I'm a professional violinist! Gene was the best! Again, I love your album! Take care. And keep up the fabulous work with your singing! Carolyn

Elois Dupree

To Whom It May Concern
Love Phil and new album. Must buy. He is the King of Entertainment at NPN at Sea. Must look for him in Vegas in April.

anthony flowers

the cd is all of that from a cousins point of view
hi it's your cousin anthony the cd is all that and a bag of chips love always ant man.

joanie

loved it
loved it and if you like good music then go out right
now and get or order your copy TODAY.

Caroline C

vegas show
Hi Phil, great show - highlight of our holiday in Vegas. Look forward to hearing your album. Hope to see you next year in Vegas. From your number 1 fan in England. Caroline.

Moses E. Stanley


Hi Phil, just listened to the album. Loved it very much! Wishing you much success. Will pass the word to my siblings and others. I'm a distant cousin from Longwood, NC where your dad grew up.

Kevin Tracy

old friend of Tom Jolly's
Great album. You should get someone to send it to John Hookook at The Endless Summer network in Myrtle beach. I have always said your style works well as "Carolina Beach Music" and "you say it isn't love" is one cut that proves it.
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