Hello Big Man is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's twelfth album, and eleventh studio album, released in 1983. The album was Simon's last for Warner Bros. Records (and for what became the Warner Music Group, having also spent time with Elektra Records), as it was a commercial disappointment upon release, despite a positive reception from critics. The album featured Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on a number of tracks, including one Bob Marley cover.
Hello Big Man. Music By – Carly Simon, Peter Wood (2)Words By – Carly Simon. B4. You Don't Feel The Same. Written-By – Carly Simon.
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Hello Big Man Carly Simon. 1983 Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. See All. Reflections - Carly Simon's Greatest Hits.
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From Carly's 1983 album Hello Big Man - features photos and film footage of her parents; Richad L. Simon (co-founder of Simon & Schuster) and his wife Andrea Simon. Too bad this album didn't go any where. There are a lot of quality songs on it (like all of Carly's albums). I didn't know which side to play - hahahahahaha.
Hello Big Man is Carly Simon’s best album in years. After the primal-scream therapy of Come Upstairs and the somewhat sterile sidestep into standards with Torch, Simon has returned to the sort of beautiful, folk-based singing and songwriting that originally made the world fall in love with her. In fact, two of the album’s best songs seem like older-but-wiser versions of her first two hits. The album’s title song is an ironic reversal of That’s the Way I Always Heard It Should Be. That song pictured a woman dragging her heels on the way to the altar, dreading the thought of replicating her parents’ loveless marriage; Hello Big Man, on the other hand, is a portrait of a traditional, lifelong marriage that worked. While those and several other cuts celebrate the familiar virtues of Simon, others break new musical ground for her.