I Am What I Am is the second album by English singer Ruth Copeland. The album was released by Invictus Records in 1971 and was produced and arranged by Ruth Copeland, though it is widely believed that the actual producer of the album was her then husband Jeffrey Bowen. As with her debut, Self Portrait, I Am What I Am contains contributions from George Clinton and the musicians from c, as well as local Detroit session players such as guitarist Ray Monette.
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ruth copeland, ruth copeland i am what i am Ruth Copeland born c 1946 is an English-born former singer, based in the United States since the 1960s and known for her collaborations with George Clinton and c. 121 Collaborations with George Clinton and c. Win or Lose" Promo single 1976. Self Portrait 1970, Invictus Records. I Am What I Am 1971, Invictus Records. Take Me to Baltimore 1976, RCA Records. a b c d Ged Naughton, "Child of the North: The Story of Ruth Copeland", Naughton Media, 17 March 2015 Retrieved 18 April 2017. a b c d e f Bob Stanley, "Ruth Copeland: If Diana Ross was a poetess", Record Collector, April 2017, p10. ^ a b c d e f g h Brian Wheeler, "Golden Lady", MOJO, September 2015, pp 63–67.
Win Lose or Draw is the second studio album released by American rapper and former Fugee Pras Michel. The album was released on August 16, 2005. Only one single, "Haven't Found", was released from the album, on June 16, 2005. The album was entirely produced by Pras and Wyclef Jean. Dance Hall" (featuring Sean Paul & Spragga Benz). Haven't Found" (featuring Sharli McQueen). Angels Sing" (featuring Wyclef Jean).
Album · 2013 · 4 Songs. Computer Club & MUST DIE! 4:46. Released: 29 Jan 2013. 2013 Exploratory Recordings.