Gary Benson (born Harry Hyams, London) is an English singer-songwriter.
Benson spent eight weeks in the UK Singles Chart in 1975 with his own composition, "Don't Throw It All Away". The single, released on the State label (State Records STAT10), reached No. 20 in the chart, leading to an appearance on BBC Television's Top Of The Pops.
Benson's song "Let Her In", oddly credited to both Gary Benson and Harry Hyams, was recorded by John Travolta in 1975.
Another of Benson's composition's, "Close To You", was recorded by Maxi Priest. In 1977, he composed and sang one of his sweetest melodies: "You" but never ranked in the UK charts.
02. Let Her In
03. Almost Forgot About Losing You
04. To Kill Another Day
05. Quiet Man
06. Safe Place To Live
07. Help Me Get Through
09. Best Things I Can Do
10. Closing Down Of The Old Porland Railway Company
11. No Guarantee