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Respect: A Century Of Women In Music (1999) - Various Artists


    Featuring »

Adelyne Hood & Vernon Dalhart, Viv Albertine, Tori (Myra Ellen) Amos, Katherine Anderson, Marian Anderson, Laurie Anderson, Maxene Andrews, Ari Up/Air Upp (Ariane Forster), Joan Armatrading, Joan Baez, LaVern Baker, Bangles, Blondie, Anne Bogan, Teresa Brewer, Fanny Brice, Les Brown, Ruth Brown, Lindsey Buckingham, Clem Burke, Kate Bush, Belinda Carlisle, Martha Carson, A(lvin) P(leasant) (Delaney) Carter, Anita Carter, Rosanne Cash, Anna Chandler, Patsy Cline, Rosemary Clooney, Paula Cole, Judy Collins, Coon Creek Girls, Juanita Cowart, Joan Crawford, Vernon Dalhart, Doris Day, Sandy (Pepa) Denton, Jimmy Destri, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Ani DiFranco, Dinah Shore & Her Happy Valley Boys, Ruth Etting, Ella Fitzgerald, Mick Fleetwood, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin, Judy Garland, Gene Krupa & His Orchestra, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Alma Gluck, Dorothy Laverne (Dolly) Good, Millie Good, Lesley Gore, Sonia Goring, Emmylou Harris, Marion Harris, Deborah/Debbie Harry, P(olly) J(ean) Harvey, Heart, Susanna Hoffs, Billie Holiday, Adelyne Hood (Marion Try Slaughter), Lena Horne, Alberta Hunter, Chrissie Hynde, Ike & Tina Turner, Wanda Jackson, Mahalia Jackson, Aunt Molly (Mary Magdalene) Jackson (Garland/Mills/Stamos), Etta (Peaches) James, Cheryl (Salt) James, Jefferson Airplane/(Jefferson) Starship, Joan Jett (Larkin), Rickie Lee Jones, Ada Jones, Janis Joplin, Helen Kane, Carole King, Gladys Knight, Gene Krupa, Jackie Landry, K(athryn) D(awn) Lang, Queen Latifah (Dana Elaine Owens), Cyndi Lauper, Lily May Ledford, Rosie Ledford, Beverley Lee, Brenda Lee, Peggy Lee (Norma Egstrom), Barbara Lewis, Monie Love (Simone Wilson), Loretta Lynn, Cheryl Lynn, Rose Maddox, Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds, Martha & The Vandellas, Janis Martin, Sarah McLachlan, John McVie, Christine McVie, Memphis Minnie (Lizzie Douglas, Ethel Merman, Rene Minus, Carmen Miranda, Patsy Montana, Stevie Nicks, Laura Nyro, Sinead O'Connor, Yoko Ono, Patti Page (Clara Ann Fowler), Palmolive (Paloma Romero), Dolly Parton, Patsy Montana & Prarie Ramblers, Vicki Peterson, Liz Phair, Tessa Politt, Queen Latifah & Monie Love, Ma Rainey (Gertrude Pridgett), Bonnie Raitt, Martha Reeves, Debbie Reynolds, Sylvia Robinson, Linda Ronstadt, Diana Ross, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Salt-N-Pepa, Roxanne Shanté, Dinah Shore (Frances Rose), Carly Simon, Nina Simone, Grace Slick, Mamie Smith, Bessie Smith, Kate Smith, Patti Smith, Dusty Springfield, Roba Stanley, Yvonne Staples, Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Roebuck (Pops) Staples, Chris Stein, Poly Styrene (Marion Elliot), Donna Summer, The Andrews Sisters, The Carter Family, The Chantels, The Girls Of The Golden West, The Go-Go's, The Maddox Brothers & Rose, The Marvelettes, The Pretenders, The Runaways, The Shangri-Las, The Shirelles, The Slits, The Staple Singers, Georgeanna Tillman, Sophie Tucker, Tina Turner (Anna Mae Bullock), Ike (Izear Luster) Turner(, Jr.), Gary Valentine, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington (Ruth Lee Jones), Ethel Waters, Mary Weiss, Betty Weiss, Mary Wells, Kitty Wells, Mae West, Sandy West (Pesavento), Jane M. Wiedlin, Lucinda Williams, Nancy (Lamoureux) Wilson, Ann Wilson, Betty Wright, X-Ray Spex, Wanda Young

    Tracklisting »
DISC 1: BROADWAY, BLUES AND TRUTH:
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
  Comments: by Ada Jones
Some Of These Days
  Running Time: 2:53
  Comments: by Sophie Tucker. Recorded in 1913.
Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
  Comments: by Alma Gluck
She's Good Enough To Be Your Baby's Mother And She's Good Enough To Vote With YouLyrics available
  Comments: by Anna Chandler. Recorded in 1916.
Crazy BluesLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:26
  Comments: by Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds
I'm A Jazz Vampire
  Comments: by Marion Harris. Recorded in 1920.
My Man (Mon Homme)
  Running Time: 3:33
  Comments: by Fanny Brice. Sometimes billed as "My Man".
Devilish Mary
  Comments: by Roba Stanley. Recorded in 1923.
Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
  Comments: by Marian Anderson
C.C. Rider
  Running Time: 3:20
  Comments: by Ma Rainey. Billed as "See See Rider Blues". Recorded in 1924.
Beale Street Blues
  Running Time: 3:21
  Comments: by Alberta Hunter. Recorded in 1927.
Single Girl, Married GirlLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:06
  Comments: by The Carter Family
I Wanna Be Loved By You
  Running Time: 2:51
  Comments: by Helen Kane
Gotta Feelin' For You
  Running Time: 2:38
  Comments: by Joan Crawford with The MGM Studio Chorus
Love Me Or Leave Me
  Running Time: 3:23
  Comments: by Ruth Etting. Recorded in 1926.
Nobody Knows You When You're Down And OutLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:05
  Comments: by Bessie Smith. Recorded in 1923.
Am I Blue?
  Running Time: 3:24
  Comments: by Ethel Waters. Recorded in 1923.
Calamity Jane (From The West)
  Comments: by Adelyne Hood & Vernon Dalhart. Recorded in 1929.
Kentucky Miner's Wife (Ragged Hungry Blues)
  Running Time: 2:34
  Comments: (Parts 1 & 2) by Aunt Molly Jackson. Recorded in 1931.
Bucking Broncho (My Love Is A Rider)
  Running Time: 2:42
  Comments: by The Girls Of The Golden West. Sometimes billed as "Bucking Bronco (My Love Is A Rider)", "Buckin' Bronco" or "My Love Is a Rider (Bucking Bronco)".
When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain
  Running Time: 3:22
  Comments: by Kate Smith. Recorded in 1931.
I Like A Guy What Takes His Time
  Running Time: 0:58
  Comments: by Mae West. Recorded in 1913.
You're The Top
  Running Time: 3:09
  Comments: by Ethel Merman. Recorded in 1934.
DISC 2: TORCH, TWANG & SWING:
I Want To Be A Cowboy's SweetheartLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:09
  Comments: by Patsy Montana & Prarie Ramblers. Billed as "I Wanna Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart". Recorded in 1935.
Pretty Polly
  Running Time: 2:50
  Comments: by Coon Creek Girls. Recorded in March 1938.
Over The Rainbow
  Running Time: 3:37
  Comments: by Judy Garland. Recorded in 1936.
A-Tisket, A-Tasket
  Running Time: 2:35
  Comments: by Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1938.
Strange Fruit
  Running Time: 3:18
  Comments: by Billie Holiday. Recorded in 1939.
Me And My Chauffeur Blues
  Running Time: 2:54
  Comments: by Memphis Minnie. Recorded in May 1941.
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
  Running Time: 2:50
  Comments: by The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1940.
Let Me Off Uptown
  Running Time: 3:02
  Comments: by Gene Krupa & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1941.
Stormy Weather
  Running Time: 3:57
  Comments: by Lena Horne with Lou Bring & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1943.
Sentimental Journey
  Running Time: 3:18
  Comments: by Doris Day with Les Brown & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1945.
Move On Up A Little Higher
  Running Time: 3:01
  Comments: by Mahalia Jackson. Recorded in 1945.
Cuanto Le Gusta
  Running Time: 2:06
  Comments: by Carmen Miranda. Recorded in 1948.
Buttons And Bows
  Running Time: 2:06
  Comments: by Dinah Shore & Her Happy Valley Boys. Recorded in 1947.
Philadelphia Lawyer
  Running Time: 3:15
  Comments: by The Maddox Brothers & Rose
Black Coffee
  Running Time: 3:21
  Comments: by Sarah Vaughan. Recorded in 1949.
Satisfied
  Running Time: 2:36
  Comments: by Martha Carson. Recorded in 1951.
The Tennessee WaltzLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:05
  Comments: by Patti Page with Jack Rael & His Orchestra. Recorded in 1950.
Come On-A My House
  Running Time: 2:02
  Comments: by Rosemary Clooney. Recorded in 1951.
It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
  Running Time: 2:40
  Comments: by Kitty Wells. Recorded in 1952.
(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean
  Running Time: 2:59
  Comments: by Ruth Brown. Recorded in 1953.
Ricochet (Rick-O-Shay)
  Running Time: 2:42
  Comments: by Teresa Brewer. Recorded in 1953.
Tammy
  Running Time: 3:09
  Comments: by Debbie Reynolds. Recorded in 1957.
Big Long Slidin' Thing
  Running Time: 2:59
  Comments: by Dinah Washington
Tweedle Dee
  Running Time: 3:11
  Comments: by LaVern Baker. Recorded October 1, 1954.
Dance With Me Henry
  Running Time: 2:41
  Comments: by Etta James. Billed as "The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry)". Recorded in 1955.
My Boy Elvis
  Running Time: 2:10
  Comments: by Janis Martin. Recorded in September 1956.
Walkin' After Midnight
  Running Time: 2:41
  Comments: by Patsy Cline. Recorded in 1957.
DISC 3: SHOOP-SHOOP, MOTOWN, GET DOWN, SISTER:
Maybe
  Running Time: 2:55
  Comments: by The Chantels. Recorded in 1958.
Fever
  Date Performance: 1960, Running Time: 3:25
  Comments: by Peggy Lee with Jack Marshall's Music
Funnel Of Love
  Date Performance: 1960, Running Time: 2:10
  Comments: by Wanda Jackson
Will You Love Me TomorrowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1961, Running Time: 2:45
  Comments: by The Shirelles
Sweet Nothin's
  Date Performance: 1960, Running Time: 2:25
  Comments: by Brenda Lee
Heat Wave
  Date Performance: 1963, Running Time: 2:48
  Comments: by Martha & The Vandellas
Hello Stranger
  Date Performance: 1966, Running Time: 2:47
  Comments: by Barbara Lewis
You Don't Own Me
  Date Performance: 1964, Running Time: 2:37
  Comments: by Lesley Gore
Universal Soldier
  Date Performance: 1964, Running Time: 2;21
  Comments: by Buffy Sainte-Marie
My Guy
  Date Performance: 1964, Running Time: 2:55
  Comments: by Mary Wells
Remember (Walking In The Sand)
  Date Performance: 1963, Running Time: 2:23
  Comments: by The Shangri-Las
Too Many Fish In The Sea
  Date Performance: 1964-10-00, Running Time: 2:30
  Comments: by The Marvelettes
Respect
  Date Performance: 1967-02-00, Running Time: 2:23
  Comments: by Aretha Franklin
Son Of A Preacher Man
  Date Performance: 1969, Running Time: 2:30
  Comments: by Dusty Springfield
Love Child
  Date Performance: 1968, Running Time: 3:03
  Comments: by Diana Ross & The Supremes
Somebody To Love
  Date Performance: 1967, Running Time: 3:01
  Comments: by Jefferson Airplane
Stoned Soul Picnic
  Date Performance: 1968, Running Time: 3:50
  Comments: by Laura Nyro
Both Sides Now
  Date Performance: 1967, Running Time: 3:18
  Comments: by Judy Collins
To Be Young, Gifted And Black
  Date Performance: 1967, Running Time: 2:53
  Comments: by Nina Simone. Sometimes billed as "Young, Gifted And Black".
Bold Soul Sister
  Date Performance: 1969, Running Time: 2:41
  Comments: by Ike & Tina Turner
Clean Up WomanLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1971, Running Time: 2:50
  Comments: by Betty Wright
Pillow Talk
  Date Performance: 1973, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: by Sylvia (Robinson)
I'll Take You There
  Date Performance: 1972, Running Time: 4:29
  Comments: by The Staple Singers
You're So Vain
  Date Performance: 1972, Running Time: 4:20
  Comments: by Carly Simon
So Far Away
  Date Performance: 1971, Running Time: 3:57
  Comments: by Carole King
I Will Always Love You
  Date Performance: 1974, Running Time: 3:09
  Comments: by Dolly Parton
DISC 4: ROCK TO ELECTRIC SHOCK:
Move Over
  Date Performance: 1970, Running Time: 3:43
  Comments: by Janis Joplin
You're No Good
  Date Performance: 1974, Running Time: 3:47
  Comments: by Linda Ronstadt
I've Got To Use My Imagination
  Date Performance: 1973, Running Time: 3:36
  Comments: by Gladys Knight & The Pips
The Pill
  Date Performance: 1975, Running Time: 2:39
  Comments: by Loretta Lynn
Boulder To Birmingham
  Date Performance: 1975, Running Time: 3:36
  Comments: (Live) by Emmylou Harris
Diamonds And Rust
  Date Performance: 1975, Running Time: 4:47
  Comments: by Joan Baez
Crazy On You
  Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 4:54
  Comments: by Heart
I Love Playin' With Fire
  Date Performance: 1977, Running Time: 3:22
  Comments: by The Runaways
X Offender
  Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 3:14
  Comments: by Blondie
You Make Loving Fun Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 3:31
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 9 Peak Dates: Dec 17, 1977 Weeks on Charts: 14 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 45 Peak Dates: Nov 5, 1977 Weeks on Charts: 2
Got To Be Real
  Date Performance: 1978, Running Time: 5:11
  Comments: by Cheryl Lynn
She Works Hard For The Money
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 5:21
  Comments: by Donna Summer
We Belong Together
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 5:03
  Comments: by Rickie Lee Jones
Show Some Emotion
  Date Performance: 1977, Running Time: 3:33
  Comments: by Joan Armatrading
Typical Girls
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 4:02
  Comments: by The Slits
It Tango
  Date Performance: 1982, Running Time: 3:05
  Comments: by Laurie Anderson
Walking On Thin Ice
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 7:00
  Comments: by Yoko Ono
Our Lips Are Sealed
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 2:45
  Comments: by The Go-Go's
Identity
  Date Performance: 1978, Running Time: 2:21
  Comments: by X-Ray Spex
Precious
  Date Performance: 1980, Running Time: 3:36
  Comments: by The Pretenders
DISC 5: HIP-HOP, POP AND PASSION:
Hero Takes A Fall
  Date Performance: 1984, Running Time: 2:57
  Comments: by Bangles
Running Up That Hill
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 5:02
  Comments: by Kate Bush
She Bop
  Date Performance: 1984, Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: by Cyndi Lauper
Roxanne's RevengeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1995, Running Time: 5:01
  Comments: (Street Version) by Roxanne Shanté
Tramp
  Date Performance: 1986, Running Time: 3:31
  Comments: by Salt-N-Pepa
Ladies First
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 3:45
  Comments: by Queen Latifah & Monie Love
People Have The Power
  Date Performance: 1988, Running Time: 5:11
  Comments: by Patti Smith
Thing Called Love
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 3:52
  Comments: by Bonnie Raitt
Passionate Kisses
  Date Performance: 1988, Running Time: 2:39
  Comments: by Lucinda Williams
The Emperor's New Clothes
  Date Performance: 1990, Running Time: 5:19
  Comments: by Sinead O'Connor
Silent All These Years
  Date Performance: 1991, Running Time: 4:12
  Comments: by Tori Amos
Constant Craving
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:47
  Comments: (Edit) by K.D. Lang
The Wheel
  Date Performance: 1993, Running Time: 4:20
  Comments: by Roseanne Cash
Possession
  Date Performance: 1993, Running Time: 4:40
  Comments: by Sarah McLachlan
Legs
  Date Performance: 1993, Running Time: 3:40
  Comments: by P.J. Harvey
32 Flavors
  Date Performance: 1995, Running Time: 4:48
  Comments: by Ani DiFranco
Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?
  Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 4:28
  Comments: by Paula Cole
Polyester Bride
  Date Performance: 1998, Running Time: 4:05
  Comments: by Liz Phair
    Guest Appearances »

Mickey 'Guitar' Baker, Lou Bring, Steve Burgh, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, King Curtis (Ousley), Doris Day, Roy Eldridge, James Gadson, Jeff Gutcheon, Willie Hale (Little Beaver), Jack Rael & His Orchestra, Willis Jackson, Hal (Harold Baron) Jackson, Mick Jagger, Taft Jordan, Connie Kay, Les Brown & His Orchestra, Lou Bring & His Orchestra, Jack Marshall, Hugh McDonald, Steve Mosley, Anita O'Day, David/Dave (Baby) Paich, Ray Parker, Jr., Jack Rael, Vic Schoen, David Shields, The MGM Studio Chorus, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra, Chick Webb

    Released »

1999-10-05

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Tom Dowd (Engineer), Al Bell (Producer), Paula Cole (Producer), Sandy (Pepa) Denton (Producer), Sandy (Pepa) Denton (Producer), Richard Gottehrer (Producer), Bill Inglot (Producer), Cheryl (Salt) James (Producer), Cheryl (Salt) James (Producer), Quincy (Delight) Jones(, Jr.) (Producer), Kenny Kerner (Producer), Paul Rothchild (Producer), Jerry Wexler (Producer), Harry Akst (Songwriter), Viv Albertine (Songwriter), Viv Albertine (Songwriter), Van Alexander (Songwriter), Lewis Allan (Abel Meeropol) (Songwriter), Louis Alter (Songwriter), Tori (Myra Ellen) Amos (Songwriter), Laurie Anderson (Songwriter), Lina Arant (Songwriter), Ari Up/Air Upp (Ariane Forster) (Songwriter), Ari Up/Air Upp (Ariane Forster) (Songwriter), Harold Arlen (Songwriter), Joan Armatrading (Songwriter), Joan Baez (Songwriter), Ross Bagdasarian (Sr.) (Songwriter), Hank Ballard (John H. Kendricks) (Songwriter), Clint Ballard, Jr. (Songwriter), Richard Barrett (Songwriter), James Bland (Songwriter), Alan Block (Songwriter), Earl Bostic (Songwriter), Perry Bradford (Songwriter), Rev. William Herbert Brewster (Songwriter), Shelton Brooks (Songwriter), Les Brown (Songwriter), Les Brown (Songwriter), Reginald (Sonny) Burke (Songwriter), Harry/Henry Thacker Burleigh (Songwriter), Michael Burton (Songwriter), Kate Bush (Songwriter), Martha Carson (Songwriter), A(lvin) P(leasant) (Delaney) Carter (Songwriter), A(lvin) P(leasant) (Delaney) Carter (Songwriter), Rosanne Cash (Songwriter), Jacques Charles (Songwriter), Rick Chertoff (Songwriter), Grant Clarke (Songwriter), Willie Clarke (Songwriter), Harry Clifton (Songwriter), Paula Cole (Songwriter), Larry Coleman (Songwriter), Eddie Cooley (Songwriter), Gary Corbett (Songwriter), James Cox (Songwriter), Bill (William) Danoff (Songwriter), Joe Darion (Songwriter), John Davenport (Songwriter), Virginia Davis (Songwriter), Claude Demetrius (Songwriter), Ani DiFranco (Songwriter), Walter Donaldson (Songwriter), LaMont Dozier (Songwriter), Gus Edwards (Songwriter), Redd Evans (Songwriter), Ray(mond) (Bernard) Evans (Songwriter), Dr. Shane Faber (Songwriter), Ella Fitzgerald (Songwriter), David Foster (Songwriter), Lowell Fulson (Songwriter), Ray Gilbert (Songwriter), Norman Gimbel (Songwriter), Gerry/Gerald Goffin (Songwriter), Barry Joseph Goldberg (Songwriter), George Goldner (Songwriter), Bud Green (Songwriter), Woody (Woodrow Wilson) Guthrie (Songwriter), Terry/Terence E Hall (Songwriter), W(illiam) C(hristopher) Handy (Songwriter), E. Y(ip) Harburg (Isidore Hochberg) (Songwriter), Emmylou Harris (Songwriter), Deborah/Debbie Harry (Songwriter), Deborah/Debbie Harry (Songwriter), P(olly) J(ean) Harvey (Songwriter), Don Hecht (Songwriter), John Hiatt (Songwriter), Susanna Hoffs (Songwriter), Susanna Hoffs (Songwriter), Brian Holland (Songwriter), Eddie/Edward Holland, Jr. (Songwriter), Ben Homer (Songwriter), John Hurley (Songwriter), Chrissie Hynde (Songwriter), Chrissie Hynde (Songwriter), Weldon Irvine (Songwriter), Alvertis Isbell (Songwriter), Aunt Molly (Mary Magdalene) Jackson (Garland/Mills/Stamos) (Songwriter), Etta (Peaches) James (Songwriter), Mark James (Songwriter), Joan Jett (Larkin) (Songwriter), Joan Jett (Larkin) (Songwriter), Howard E. Johnson (Songwriter), Simone Johnson (Songwriter), Rickie Lee Jones (Songwriter), Janis Joplin (Songwriter), Gus Kahn (Songwriter), Bert Kalmar (Songwriter), Carole King (Songwriter), Pee Wee King (Julius Frank Anthony Kuczynski) (Songwriter), Eddie Kirkland (Songwriter), Ted Koehler (Songwriter), Herb(ert) J. Lance (Songwriter), K(athryn) D(awn) Lang (Songwriter), Queen Latifah (Dana Elaine Owens) (Songwriter), Cyndi Lauper (Songwriter), Barbara Lewis (Songwriter), Jay Livingston (Songwriter), Stephen Broughton Lunt (Songwriter), Loretta Lynn (Songwriter), Cheryl Lynn (Songwriter), John Madara (Songwriter), Edward Madden (Songwriter), Marley Marl (Marlon Williams) (Songwriter), Charlie/Charles McCoy (Songwriter), Jimmy McCracklin (Songwriter), Don McHan (Songwriter), Sarah McLachlan (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Memphis Minnie (Lizzie Douglas (Songwriter), J(oseph) D. Miller (Songwriter), Ben Mink (Songwriter), Joni Mitchell (Songwriter), Patsy Montana (Songwriter), Carey Morgan (Songwriter), Shadow (George) Morton (Songwriter), Laura Nyro (Songwriter), Sinead O'Connor (Songwriter), Michael Omartian (Songwriter), Yoko Ono (Songwriter), Johnny Otis (Veliotes) (Songwriter), David/Dave (Baby) Paich (Songwriter), Herman Paley (Songwriter), Palmolive (Paloma Romero) (Songwriter), Palmolive (Paloma Romero) (Songwriter), Dolly Parton (Songwriter), Anthony Peaks (Songwriter), Vicki Peterson (Songwriter), Vicki Peterson (Songwriter), Liz Phair (Songwriter), Tessa Politt (Songwriter), Tessa Politt (Songwriter), Channing Pollack (Songwriter), Cole Porter (Songwriter), Hughie Prince (Songwriter), Ma Rainey (Gertrude Pridgett) (Songwriter), Ralph Rainger (Songwriter), Don Raye (Songwriter), Otis Redding (Songwriter), Clarence Reid (Songwriter), Deke Richards (Songwriter), Leo Robin (Songwriter), Smokey (William) Robinson (Songwriter), Sylvia Robinson (Songwriter), Harry Ruby (Songwriter), Gabriel Ruíz (Songwriter), Buffy Sainte-Marie (Songwriter), William Saroyan (Songwriter), Pam Sawyer (Songwriter), Aaron (Harold) Schro(e)der (Songwriter), Winfield Scott (Songwriter), Ronnie Self (Songwriter), Roxanne Shanté (Songwriter), Carly Simon (Songwriter), Nina Simone (Songwriter), Charlie/Charles Singleton (Songwriter), Darby Slick (Songwriter), Grace Slick (Songwriter), Grace Slick (Songwriter), Fred (Sonic) Smith (Songwriter), Kate Smith (Songwriter), Patti Smith (Songwriter), Belle Starr (Songwriter), Redd Stewart (Songwriter), Herbert Stothart (Songwriter), Poly Styrene (Marion Elliot) (Songwriter), Poly Styrene (Marion Elliot) (Songwriter), George Sullivan (Songwriter), Donna Summer (Songwriter), R(ichard) Dean Taylor (Songwriter), Mamie Thomas (Songwriter), Jo Trent (Songwriter), Tina Turner (Anna Mae Bullock) (Songwriter), Tina Turner (Anna Mae Bullock) (Songwriter), Ike (Izear Luster) Turner(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Ike (Izear Luster) Turner(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Gary Valentine (Songwriter), Gary Valentine (Songwriter), John Wallace (Songwriter), Paul Francis Webster (Songwriter), Kent Westbury (Songwriter), Dave White (Tricker) (Songwriter), Norman Whitfield (Songwriter), Jane M. Wiedlin (Songwriter), Jane M. Wiedlin (Songwriter), Ronnie Wilkins (Songwriter), Albert Willemetz (Songwriter), Lucinda Williams (Songwriter), Nancy (Lamoureux) Wilson (Songwriter), Nancy (Lamoureux) Wilson (Songwriter), Ann Wilson (Songwriter), Ann Wilson (Songwriter), Frank Wilson (Songwriter), Harry M. Woods (Songwriter), Maurice Yvain (Songwriter), Greg Allen (Photography), Donna Santisi (Photography), Rachel Gutek (Art Direction), Rachel Gutek (Design), Dave Bloomberg (Arranger), Tasha Thomas (Arranger), Larry Wilcox (Arranger), Lindsey Buckingham (Produced By), Lindsey Buckingham (Produced By), (Thomas) Maxwell Davis (Produced By), Mick Fleetwood (Produced By), Mick Fleetwood (Produced By), Fleetwood Mac (Produced By), John McVie (Produced By), Christine McVie (Produced By), John McVie (Produced By), Christine McVie (Produced By), Stevie Nicks (Produced By), Stevie Nicks (Produced By), Richard Perry (Produced By), Art Satherly (Produced By), Joshua Rifkin (Arrangement By), Dan Hersch (Remastering), Bill Inglot (Remastering), Vanessa Atkins (Editorial Supervision), Julee Stover (Editorial Supervision), Christine Haberstock (Illustrations), Lou Bring (Conductor), Lou Bring (Conductor), Les Brown (Conductor), Les Brown (Conductor), Gene Krupa (Conductor), Gene Krupa (Conductor), Jack Marshall (Conductor), Jack Rael (Conductor), Jack Rael (Conductor), Chick Webb (Conductor), Chick Webb (Conductor), Julie D'Angelo (Compilation Producer), Holly George-Warren (Compilation Producer), Vic Schoen (Arrangement), Vic Schoen (Arrangement), Christine Haberstock (Paintings), Alexander Alvy (Project Assistant), Andrea Kinloch (Project Assistant), Ted Myers (Project Assistant), Steve Woolard (Project Assistant), Christine Haberstock (Hand Lettering), Christine Haberstock (Cover Painting), Christine Haberstock (Drawing), Doug Schwartz (Noise Reduction), Gordon Skene (Sound Research), Ken Caillat (Produced With), Richard Dashut (Produced With)

    Record Label »
Rhino

    Catalogue Number »

R2 75815

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The set comes in a velvet covered box that opens like a book and includes an 80 page booklet covering women's role in music in the last century. Stevie & Christine get a really nice write up in the book. The set was done to spotlight influential women, it explains that having two female song writers in one of the most popular bands in the 70's was a big thing at the time.

"You Make Loving Fun" is by Fleetwood Mac

    Last Modified »
2011-08-20
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Discography entry submitted by John Fitzgerald & Allen Chapman.