Sybil (titled Walk On By in the UK) is the second studio album by American singer Sybil, released in 1989. Five singles were released from the album; "Can't Wait (On Tomorrow)", which had been released as a standalone single in 1988, and two cover versions of the Burt Bacharach and Hal David-written Dionne Warwick songs "Don't Make Me Over" and "Walk On By", which were both released as singles in 1989 and 1990 respectively.
Burt Bacharach, Hal David. 3. I Wanna Be Where You Are. Arthur Ross, Leon Ware. 4. Crazy for You. Sybil. 6. Walk on By. Burt Bacharach. 8. Give It to Me. 9. Living for the Moment. 10. Can't Wait (On Tomorrow). 11. We're Gonna Make It Work ThisTime.
When Sybil walked down the beach, she heard Joni in her head. When she made love, she played Joni's tapes. After sex, she sang the lyrics in the shower. She played the "up" songs, like "Free Man In Paris," when she was happy. Printed in Modern Short Stories October 1990. Joni Mitchell's music was the theme to the TV series of Sybil's life. When Sybil walked down the beach, she heard Joni in her head.
Sybil Lynch, known simply as Sybil, is an American R&B and pop singer–songwriter. Sybil gained notable success in her career with songs during the mid-1980s into the mid-1990s. She is the cousin of former En Vogue singer Maxine Jones.
What is incredible about Field's performance as Sybil (not her real name) is the ability to tear down her own barriers to such an extent that she can revert into a flood of strange babblings or shockingly infantile behavior at the drop of a hat. It is such a compelling and all-consuming feat that these scenes come off almost improvisatory in style.
Why was Sybil's illness difficult to diagnose? Not many previous cases on which to base the diagnosis, and she herself did not know what was wrong. How many separate personalities did Sybil have? 16 (17 if include the new, whole Sybil). Amnesia combined with leaving the usual geographic location.