- American Woman
Infobox Album | Name = American Woman
The Guess Who
Released = January 1970
August 12 1969– November 16 1969at RCA Mid-America Recording Center, Studio B, Chicago, Illinois
Genre = Rock
Length = 38:55
Label = Nimbus 9, RCA
Producer = Jack Richardson
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"American Woman" is an
albumreleased in 1970 by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. It peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. It stayed on the charts for more than a year and was their most successful release.Fact|date=October 2008
This was guitarist
Randy Bachman's last finished album with the group until a reformation effort in 1983.
"American Woman" was re-mastered and released on CD by
Buddha Recordsin 2000 and included a bonus track – "Got to Find Another Way".
All songs written by
Randy Bachmanand Burton Cummings, except where noted.
#"American Woman" (Bachman, Cummings, Kale, Peterson) - 5:10
#"No Time" - 3:50
#"Talisman" - 5:10
No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature" - 4:54
#"969 (The Oldest Man, TRUE Instrumental)" (Bachman) - 3:00
#"When Friends Fall Out" - 3:03
#"8:15" - 3:30
#"Proper Stranger" - 4:06
#"Humpty's Blues/American Woman (Epilogue)" (Bachman, Cummings, Kale, Peterson) - 6:12
#:2000 re-issue bonus track:
#"Got to Find Another Way" (Bachman, Cummings) – 2:51
*Burton Cummings – vocals, guitar, piano, organ, flute, keyboards
*Randy Bachman – guitar, tambourine, vocals
Jim Kale– bass, vocals
Garry Peterson– drums, percussion, vocals
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