Sally Yeh [葉蒨文] – Discography [52 Albums] (1980-2014)


Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1980-2014
Genre: Chinese pop, Cantopop, Mandopop
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 52 albums, 62:28:58 min
Total Size: 8,5 Gb

Sally Yeh (born September 30, 1961), sometimes written as Sally Yip or Sin-Man Yip, is a Cantopop singer in the Hong Kong music industry and an actress in the Hong Kong film industry.

Born in Taipei, Taiwan, she grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Yeh's singing career started in the early 1980s and gradually expanded in the following decades with a total of thirty albums, plus forty-odd compilations and live recordings. Yeh speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. Her jazz-trained vocals allow her to handle a wide range of musical genres. Apart from a good record track of original hits, Sally Yeh has, through the years, covered a number of Western songs, ranging from Madonna to Céline Dion by way of the Titanic theme song. She has also collaborated on a number of soundtracks (mostly on Tsui Hark's movies with scores by Wong Jim), including "Lai Ming But Yiu Loi" from A Chinese Ghost Story (1987), which won the Best Original Song award at the 7th Hong Kong Film Awards. Other notable hits of her include, A Woman's Weakness, Heart of Fire, Cheers, Bless, Bygone Wound, Believe in Yourself (duet with Alex To), Ten Past Midnight, You Have to Leave Today, I Want To Keep Living, and much more.

Oddly enough, Yeh's mastery of written Chinese is rudimentary at best, and she often used romanized phonetics to help her read Cantonese and Mandarin lyrics.

Yeh's career seemed to be in decline after her marriage in 1996 to Hong Kong pop star and composer-producer George Lam. Many considered her discography ready to be shelved in the oldies section; however, in 2002, Yeh unexpectedly re-entered the Cantopop market with a new record, "Can You Hear," followed by a concert tour. By early 2003, she had two titles in the Hong Kong hit parade. With new records currently in production, her career seems to be going smoothly.

She is the only Hong Kong singer to have received the Hong Kong Best Female Singer award four times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993) at the Jade Solid Gold Top Ten Awards. This awards is one of the most coveted awards in the Hong Kong Music Award Ceremonies.

1980 - Embossing Spring
1984 - Sally
1985 - My Love Goodnight
1986 - Cha Cha Cha
1986 - Sell well Featured Set
1987 - Sweet Words
1988 - Blessing
1988 - Falling Petals
1989 - Face to Face
1990 - Fall Goes and Comes
1990 - Take Care
1991 - Care
1991 - Cool Walk
1991 - The Flushed with Success [Live] 2CD
1992 - Red Ashes
1992 - Sally Film Songs
1992 - Sincerely for Life
1993 - Another Day with You
1993 - Forever
1993 - Four Stars Converge
1993 - Moon's Heart
1993 - Sally Live '93 2CD
1993 - Sally: Blue Disc
1994 - A Woman's Weakness
1994 - Chic Moon Heart - Featured Set
1994 - You Are Free
1995 - Simple Black & White
1995 - Wishes...Sally
1996 - Candlelight
1996 - True
1997 - 24k Gold Mastersonic
1997 - Meaning Sin
1997 - Sally
1997 - Turn Off Heart
1998 - Trust in My Heart
2002 - Take Care: Thirteen Classic Songs
2002 - You Heard
2003 - Inside Out
2003 - Lifetime 2CD
2003 - The Name of Love 2CD
2004 - Now's My Prime 25 2CD
2005 - 25th Anniversary of the Classic Songs 2CD
2007 - LPCD45
2007 - Warner Best Series 3CD
2009 - The Best of Sally & Lam
2011 - Blessing: Thirteen Classic Songs
2011 - Greatest Hits
2012 - True Legend 6CD
2013 - Day to Leave Lover
2013 - Exactly What You | Featured Songs
2013 - LPCD45 II
2014 - Ultimate Sound SACD