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Reddy's selections include tracks by singer-songwriters Carole King, John Lennon, Randy Newman, and Donovan. It debuted on Billboard magazine's Top LP's chart in the issue dated December 4, 1971, and had a seven-week chart run in which it got as high as number 167.
Is Free And Easy the best album by Helen Reddy? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Free And Easy by Helen Reddy (1974) Overall rank: 43,176th.
The album included rare forays into rock ("Raised on Rock") and vaudeville ("Showbiz").
Two of Helen Reddy 's 1974 albums, Love Song for Jeffrey and Free and Easy, are combined onto one CD on this release, with the addition of historical liner notes and a couple of tracks from her 1978 album Live in London. Reddy was near the peak of her popularity in 1974, but although each album has a couple of hit singles, they're erratic works in which the singer flits uncomfortably between rock-influenced styles and more middle-of-the-road vocals.
Reddy moved to the USA in 1966 after winning a talent contest on Australian Bandstand and found success in 1971 under management with Jeff Wald, her former husband from 1968 to 1983. She was naturalized in December 1974 as an American citizen.
Helen Reddy (born 25 October 1941) is an Australian-born singer and actress. She is often referred to as the "Queen of 70s Pop".
Absolutely the Best of Helen Reddy is a compilation album by Australian-American pop singer Helen Reddy that was released in 2003 by Varèse Sarabande and includes both the original and hit single versions of "I Am Woman" in addition to several of her other popular recordings.
Australian simger Helen Reddy’s chart topping (December 1974) hit from the album Free and Easy. Written by Alan O'Day, who took three months to write the song, according to him originally based on the character in The Beatles' song Lady Madonna. He decided to make the character of the song little off, thinking about a young neighbor girl that he knew who seemed to be socially retarded.
|A1||Raised On Rock|
|A2||Free And Easy|
|A3||Think I'll Write A Song|
|B3||I've Been Wanting You So Long (Part 1)|
|C1||I've Been Wanting You So Long (Concl.)|
|C3||I'll Be Your Audience (Part 1)|
|D1||I'll Be Your Audience (Concl.)|
|D2||You Have Lived|
|ST-11348||Helen Reddy||Free And Easy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-11348||US||1974|
|5C 062-81781||Helen Reddy||Free And Easy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||5C 062-81781||Netherlands||1974|
|8X-E-ST 11348||Helen Reddy||Free And Easy (8-Trk, Album)||Capitol Records||8X-E-ST 11348||1974|
|E-ST-11348, OC 062◦81781||Helen Reddy||Free And Easy (LP)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||E-ST-11348, OC 062◦81781||UK||1974|
|8XT 11348||Helen Reddy||Free And Easy (8-Trk, Album, Club)||Capitol Records||8XT 11348||US||1974|