It's a Man's Man's World

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It's a Man's Man's World is the second studio album by Australian soul/R & B singer Renée Geyer. The album was released in August 1974 and peaked at number 28 on the Kent Music Report.

It's a Man's Man's World
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 1974
StudioBill Armstrong Studios, Melbourne, Australia
Genre
Length47:29
LabelRCA Records
ProducerTweed Harris
Renée Geyer chronology
Renée Geyer
(1973)
It's a Man's Man's World
(1974)
Ready to Deal
(1975)
Singles from It's a Man's Man's World
  1. "What Do I Do On Sunday Morning?"
    Released: August 1974
  2. "It's a Man's Man's World"
    Released: November 1974
  3. "Take Me Where You Took Me Last Night"
    Released: May 1975

Track listingEdit

Vinyl/ cassette (MVPL1-0024G)

Side one

  1. "It's a Man's Man's World" (James Brown) - 3.42
  2. "They Tell Me of an Unclouded Day" (Jackie Moore / Dave Crawford / Brad Shapiro) - 3.42
  3. "Take Me Where You Took Me Last Night" (Dee Ervin / Lynne Farr) - 3.53
  4. "Since I Fell for You" (Buddy Johnson) - 3.42
  5. "What Do I Do on Sunday Morning?" (Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter) - 3.58
  6. "Love the Way You Love" (Mark Punch / Garry Paige) - 3:08
  7. "Scarlet Ribbons" (Evelyn Danzig / Jack Segal) - 2.45

Side Two

  1. "Do Your Thing" (Isaac Hayes) - 3.44
  2. "And I Love Him" (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) - 5.14
  3. "It's Been a Long Time" (Melvin Wilson / James Baker) - 3.23
  4. "Mama's Little Girl" (Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter) - 3.26
  5. "Once in a Lifetime Thing" (Jim Weatherly) - 3.33
  6. "Feel Good" (Alan Ciner) - 3.15

Weekly chartsEdit

Chart (1974/75) Peak
position
Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart[1] 28

PersonnelEdit

  • 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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992. St Ives, NSW: Australian Chart Book. ISBN 0-646-11917-6.