'I Am Woman,' The Rise & Fall of Helen Reddy & The Women's Movement with Tilda Cobham-Hervey | TIFF
Helen Reddy - I Am Woman (1971)
HELEN REDDY - I CAN'T SAY GOODBYE TO YOU - DUBBED VERSION - THE QUEEN OF 70s POP
Helen Reddy - Angie Baby (1974)
I can't say goodbye to you by Helen Reddy with Lyrics
Helen Maxine Reddy is an Australian-American singer, actress and activist. Born in Melbourne to a show-business family, Reddy first started her career as an entertainer at age four. She sang on radio and television, and won a talent contest on a television programme Bandstand in 1966 for a ticket prize to New York City and an unsuccessful record audition. She pursued her international singing career by moving to Chicago and, subsequently, Los Angeles, where she made her debut singles One Way Ticket and I Believe in Music in 1968 and 1970, respectively. The B-side of the latter single, I Don't Know How to Love Him reached No. 13 in Canadian pop chart RPM and she was signed to Capitol Records a year later.