Just Because I'm a Woman (1976 album)
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Just Because I'm A Woman is a 1976 budget album repackage of selected 1968-1970 tracks recorded by Dolly Parton. The album was the second album of older RCA Records tracks by Parton on the Pickwick Records; RCA had discontinued their own budget label, RCA Camden in 1975.
The album's title track had also been the title track of Parton's first solo album for RCA in 1968 (which was deleted from print circa 1971), two additional tracks from the first album of the same name are also included here: "Try Being Lonely" and "Love Isn't Free". The album cover also boasts a recent publicity photograph of Parton.
- "Mule Skinner Blues" (George Vaughn, Jimmie Rodgers)
- "She Never Met a Man She Didn't Like" (Dolly Parton)
- "Big Wind" (Walker, Zanatis, McCormick)
- "Try Being Lonely" (Trent, McCormick)
- "Love Isn't Free" (Joe Babcock)
- "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" (Bobby Braddock, Curly Putnam)
- "The Fire's Still Burning" (Dolly Parton, Dorothy Jo Hope)
- "Daddy" (Dolly Parton)
- "Just Because I'm a Woman" (Dolly Parton)