|Out Of My Hands||3:40|
|Nothing's Ever Gonna Change So Fast||3:30|
|WIP 6480||Dwight Twilley||Out Of My Hands (7")||Shelter Records||WIP 6480||UK||1979|
|AS 0415||Dwight Twilley||Out Of My Hands (7", Promo)||Shelter Records, Arista||AS 0415||US||1979|
|EUR 911 212||Dwight Twilley||Out Of My Hands (7", Single)||Shelter Records||EUR 911 212||France||1979|
|AS 0415||Dwight Twilley||Out Of My Hands (7", Single)||Arista||AS 0415||US||1979|
|AS 0415||Dwight Twilley||Out Of My Hands (7", Single)||Arista||AS 0415||Canada||1979|
|100116||Dwight Twilley Band||Out Of My Hands (7", Single)||Eurodisc||100116||France||1979|
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. Standin' In The Shadow Of Love.
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.
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. All songs written by Dwight Twilley. Dwight Twilley – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, percussion. Phil Seymour – backing vocals (7). Jim Lewis – bass, drums. Jerry Naifeh – drums (3 and 10). Noah Shark – percussion. Bill Pitcock IV – lead guitar. Jimmy Haskell – strings. Greg Block – violin (3). Dwight Twilley – producer.
Dwight Twilley has always been one of those artists that everyone expected to rocket to stardom. He bounced across four major labels, yet only two were ever able to break a single by Twilley into the top 40 (only one better than his former bandmate, Phil Seymour). In that period of 1979 to 1995, Twilley recorded so many should have been hits that "XXI" plays out almost as a singularly recorded album. His sole album for Arista in 1979 had the Tom Petty meets the Beatles single "Out Of My Hands" (and the B-Side was an incredible live version of "Money - That's What I Want" that should have been here). Since Petty and Twilley were friends from their Shelter Records days (Twilley is in the background of Petty's debut), Petty gave Twilley some payback on the album "Jungle.