It's a Man's Man's World

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It's a Man's Man's World (album)
Studio album by Renée Geyer
Released 19 August 1974
Recorded Bill Armstrong Studios, Melbourne, Australia
Genre Soul/R & B
Length 47.29
Label RCA Records
Producer Tweed Harris
Renée Geyer chronology
Renée Geyer
(1973)
It's a Man's Man's World
(1973)
Ready to Deal
(1975)
For works with similar titles, see It's a Man's World (disambiguation).

It's a Man's Man's World is the second solo album by Australian soul/R & B singer Renée Geyer, and the one that set her on the road to major success over the next 30+ years. She is backed by a who's who of contemporary Australian musicians, as would be the case whenever she chose to perform or record.

Track listing[edit]

  1. It's a Man's Man's Man's World - 3.34 (James Brown)
  2. They Tell Me of an Uncloudy Day - 3.42 (Jackie Moore / Dave Crawford / Brad Shapiro)
  3. Take Me Where You Took Me Last Night - 3.53 (Dee Ervin / Lynne Farr)
  4. Since I Fell for You - 3.42 (Buddy Johnson)
  5. What Do I Do on Sunday Morning - 3.58 (Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter)
  6. Love the Way You Love - 3.15 (Mark Punch / Garry Paige)
  7. Scarlet Ribbons - 2.45 (Evelyn Danzig / Jack Segal)
  8. Do Your Thing - 3.44 (Isaac Hayes)
  9. And I Love Him - 5.14 (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
  10. It's Been a Long Time - 3.23 (Melvin Wilson / James Baker)
  11. Mama's Little Girl - 3.26 (Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter)
  12. Once in a Lifetime Thing - 3.33 (Jim Weatherly)
  13. Feel Good - 3.15 (Alan Ciner)

Album credits[edit]

Producer, arrangements: Tweed Harris
Engineers: Ian McKenzie; Ernie Rose
Recorded at Bill Armstrong Studios, Melbourne, Australia

Musicians

  • Renée Geyer: vocals, backing vocals
  • Phil Manning: guitars
  • Tim Gaze: guitars
  • Steve Murphy: guitars
  • Tony Naylor: guitars
  • Tweed Harris: keyboards
  • Barry "Big Goose" Sullivan: bass guitar
  • Mike Kelly: bass guitar
  • Geoff Cox: drums
  • Julie McKenna, Wendy Reece, Bobby Bright, Mike Brady: background vocals
  • Gary Hyde: percussion

Sources[edit]

  • Original album
  • Chris Spencer's Who's Who Of Australian Rock

External links[edit]