I Am a Woman (Best Of)

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/9/2003
  • Label: Brilliant Nl
  • EAN: 8712273330884
  • Catalog Number: 33088

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Helen Reddy Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Helen Reddy Composer
Larry Collins Composer
Alan O'Day Composer
Peter Ivers Composer
Kenny Ascher Composer
Alan Brandt Composer
M. Gordon Composer
Gary Rue Composer
Harriet Schock Composer
Keith Stegall Composer
Paul Williams Composer
Tim Rice Composer
Bob Haymes Composer
Ray Burton Composer
Mary Ekler Composer
Alex Harvey Composer
Neil Kellas Liner Notes
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    I AM MAN, BUT LOVE "I AM WOMAN"! Thank you, Helen Reddy.

    The best collection of music - all songs are utmost fun and meaningful. I know the artist, singer, song-writer, entertainer and actress (Helen Reddy), but it is her volunteerism that I admire the most. Her book (below) is a must read and this album is a must have. She never said no to a benefit concert and has raised millions for the needy. I love this great talent and the amazing individual Ms. Reddy is. Her songs celebrate the human spirit! Truly, the best of the best!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Used to Honor Friend

    I Am Woman was the Mantra of the 70's - My friend was retiring and I used it as part of my farwell speech and played it at the end. She raised 10 kids, worked two jobs, became a single parent and still found time to volunteer. Helen Reddy's song was perfect to pay tribute to my friend. She did it all and did it well.

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