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Self Portrait/I Am What I Am [Bonus Tracks]
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Album: Self Portrait/I Am What I Am [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Prologue: Child of the North
2)    Thanks for the Birthday Card
3)    Your Love Been So Good to Me
4)    To Music Box
5)    Silent Boatman, The
6)    To William in the Night
7)    No Commitment
8)    I Got a Thing for You Daddy
9)    Gift of Me, A
10)    Bel Di, Un (One Fine Day)
11)    Music Box, The
12)    Gift of Me, A
13)    No Commitment
1)    Medal, The
2)    Crying Had Made Me Stronger
3)    Hare Krishna
4)    Suburban Family Lament
5)    Play with Fire
6)    Don't You Wish You Had (What You Had When You Had It)
7)    Gimme Shelter
8)    Hare Krishna
9)    Gimme Shelter
 

Album: Self Portrait/I Am What I Am [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Prologue: Child of the North
2)    Thanks for the Birthday Card
3)    Your Love Been So Good to Me
4)    To Music Box
5)    Silent Boatman, The
6)    To William in the Night
7)    No Commitment
8)    I Got a Thing for You Daddy
9)    Gift of Me, A
10)    Bel Di, Un (One Fine Day)
11)    Music Box, The
12)    Gift of Me, A
13)    No Commitment
1)    Medal, The
2)    Crying Had Made Me Stronger
3)    Hare Krishna
4)    Suburban Family Lament
5)    Play with Fire
6)    Don't You Wish You Had (What You Had When You Had It)
7)    Gimme Shelter
8)    Hare Krishna
9)    Gimme Shelter
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Ruth Copeland (vocals, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Ron Bykowski, Ray Monette (guitar); Bernie Worrell (organ).
  • Audio Remixers: Ruth Copeland; Barney Perkins.
  • Liner Note Author: Tony Rounce.
  • Recording information: Holland-Dozier-Holland Sound Studios Inc.
  • Arranger: Ruth Copeland.
  • Self-Portrait/I Am What I Am contains Ruth Copeland's first two albums on one disc. Copeland was a talented vocalist that was capable of anything from R&B and hot funk to folky pop. Her material didn't always match her talents, but she was supported by a tight, exciting band (Eddie Hazel plays on her blistering version of "Gimme Shelter") that helps make this two-fer of interest to '70s funk fetishists. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Record Collector (magazine) (p.84) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] volatile mix of ethereal, transcendental folk, mesmeric soul and funk, and autobiographical spoken-word pieces."
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