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Helen Reddy: The Woman I Am - The Definitive Collection


Download links and information about Helen Reddy: The Woman I Am - The Definitive Collection by Helen Reddy. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:12:35 minutes.

Artist: Helen Reddy
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:12:35
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No. Title Length
1. I Don't Know How To Love Him 3:18
2. Crazy Love 3:17
3. Best Friend 2:23
4. I Am Woman 3:23
5. Peaceful 2:53
6. Delta Dawn 3:10
7. Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) 3:26
8. Keep On Singing 3:03
9. You and Me Against the World 3:12
10. Think I'll Write a Song 2:24
11. Angie Baby 3:29
12. Emotion (Single Edit) 2:54
13. Bluebird 2:51
14. Ain't No Way To Treat a Lady 3:28
15. Somewhere In the Night (Single Edit) 3:35
16. I Can't Hear You No More 2:49
17. You're My World 2:44
18. Candle On the Water 2:39
19. We'll Sing In the Sunshine 3:36
20. The West Wind Circus - Live 5:11
21. Mama - Live 4:25
22. Best Friend (Demo) 1:57
23. I Am Woman (Demo) 2:28



Most people typically regard Helen Reddy's "I Am Woman" as the quintessential anthem for the women's liberation movement in America during the '70s. But sadly for mainstream audiences, Reddy is a '70s one-hit wonder; nothing could be further from the truth. This 22-track session, Woman I Am: Definitive Collection, serves to set the record straight with a comprehensive overview of her adult contemporary chart hits from her tenure at Capitol Records during the '70s. All of her most well-known hits are here including (of course) "I Am Woman," "I Don't Know How to Love Him," "Angie Baby," and "Delta Dawn," all of which cracked the Billboard Top Ten singles chart, but there are also minor hits and fan favorites which complement the collection of hits quite well. Complete with liner notes from Reddy herself, this is quite possibly the most comprehensive collection of her material that a casual fan could possibly ever need, and something which die-hard fans will enjoy having around, if only to have all of her most important works together in one volume.