|A1||Out Of My Hands||5:26|
|A2||Nothing's Ever Gonna Change So Fast||3:30|
|A4||Standin' In The Shadow Of Love||2:51|
|A5||Alone In My Room||2:36|
|B3||I Wanna Make Love To You||3:32|
|B4||Got You Where I Want You||3:11|
|B5||It Takes Alot Of Love||3:05|
|AB 4214||Dwight Twilley||Twilley (LP, Album, Ter)||Arista||AB 4214||US||1979|
|AB 4214||Dwight Twilley||Twilley (LP, Album, Promo)||Arista, Shelter Records||AB 4214||US||1979|
|ATC-4214||Dwight Twilley||Twilley (Cass, Album)||Arista||ATC-4214||US||1979|
|ASTJ(D) 58||Dwight Twilley||Twilley (LP, Album)||Arista||ASTJ(D) 58||South Africa||1980|
|200 422-320, 200 422||Dwight Twilley||Twilley (LP, Album)||Shelter Records, Shelter Records||200 422-320, 200 422||Germany||1979|
Sincerely is the debut album from the Dwight Twilley Band, released in 1976 on Shelter Records. The band consisted solely of Dwight Twilley (guitar, piano, lead and harmony vocals) and Phil Seymour (drums, bass, percussion, lead and harmony vocals), although touring band member Bill Pitcock IV played lead guitar on every song except for "Sincerely" itself.
Dwight Twilley (born June 6, 1951) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter, best known for the Top 20 hit singles "I'm on Fire" (1975) and "Girls" (1984). His music is associated with the power pop style. Twilley and Phil Seymour performed as the Dwight Twilley Band through 1978, and Twilley has performed as a solo act since then. His latest album, Always, was released in November 2014 through Twilley's own label, Big Oak Records.
Twilley (Dwight Twilley album). Twilley is the first studio album by power pop musician Dwight Twilley. He recorded it after the Dwight Twilley Band disbanded.
Complete your Dwight Twilley collection. Notes: First solo album by Dwight Twilley after Phil Seymour left the Dwight Twilley Band. Nothing's Ever Gonna Change So Fast.
Though the Dwight Twilley Band only had one hit (Twilley had another on his own), Twilley and partner Phil Seymour created an enduring and highly memorable brand of power pop that blended Beatlesque pop and Sun rockabilly "slapback" echo.