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Linda CliffordLet Me Be Your Woman

Label:Curtom – RS-2-3902, RSO – RS-2-3902, Curtom – 2658 130, RSO – 2658 130
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, 73 / Terre Haute Pressing - Gatefold Sleeve
Genre:Funk / Soul


A1Hold Me Close
Mixed ByJim Burgess
Written-ByC. Mayfield*
A2Let Me Be Your Woman
Written-ByE. Fournier*
A3Don't Give It Up
Mixed ByRoger Anfinsen
Written-ByG. Askey*, L. Clifford*
B1I Can't Let This Good Thing Get Away
Mixed ByFred Breitberg
Written-ByG. Askey*
B2Don't Let Me Have Another Bad Dream
Mixed ByFred Breitberg
Written-ByL. Clifford*, N. Coconato*
B3Sweet Melodies
Mixed ByJimmy Simpson
Written-ByJ. Mendell*
COne Of Those Songs
Mixed ByJim Burgess
Written-ByG. Calvi*, W. Holt*
DBridge Over Troubled Water
Mixed ByJimmy Simpson
Written-ByP. Simon*

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Other version with different label printing here: Linda Clifford - Let Me Be Your Woman

Recorded at
- Curtom Studios, Chicago, Illinois

A2, A3, B1, B2 Mixed at
- Curtom Studios, Chicago, Illinois

C1 Mixed at
- Sigma Sound Studios, New York

B3, D1 Mixed at
- Sigma Sound Studios, New York

- CBS Studios, New York
(P)1979 Curtom Records Company Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A / etched [stamped]): RS-2-3902-AS-CT2 [D] 12 Jo.G [ᴋᴇɴᴅᴜɴ-ᴄ] T I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B / etched [stamped]): RS-2-3902-BS-CT1 10 [B] Jo.G [ᴋᴇɴᴅᴜɴ-ᴅ] I T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C / etched [stamped]): RS-2-3902-CS-CT2 [ᴋᴇɴᴅᴜɴ-ᴅ] Jo.G T I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D / etched [stamped]): RS-2-3902-DS-CT1 Jo.G [ᴋᴇɴᴅᴜɴ-ᴅ] [D] 4 T I
  • Other (Individual no. LP 1): 2479 227
  • Other (Individual no. LP 2): 2479 228
  • Pressing Plant ID (Printed on labels): 73
  • Pressing Plant ID (Etched in run-outs): "CT" and "T"

Other Versions (5 of 39)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Let Me Be Your Woman (LP, Gatefold)RSO, CurtomRSD 5005, 2479 229UK1979
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Let Me Be Your Woman (2×LP, Album, 72)Curtom, RSORS-2-3902US1979
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Let Me Be Your Woman (LP, Album, Gatefold)Polydor2394 229Netherlands1979
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Let Me Be Your Woman (LP, Album)RSO2394 229Australia1979
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Let Me Be Your Woman (LP, Album)RSO, Curtom2394 229Germany1979


Saborcaracter's avatar
The break in "Don't Give It Up" has been sampled quite a few times, most notably in Electric Soul (2) - Anewsong / Here Come One (Check "Here Come One"); with their additional keyboard work they use the sample to build a completely new cut, one that will work as a floor filler at any house party.
Showbiz_Kid's avatar
Linda Clifford was an excellent Southern soul shouter of the first order, but this Lp came during the height of the Disco era. Therefore, it has a split personality: Disc 1 alternates between high-BPM dance tunes and down-home Soul cuts. Now, I'm no Disco hater, but the Soul tracks here are so much better, so head-and-shoulders above the Disco tracks, that there's really no comparison. (For an excellent example of her work in a soulful vein, see her debut Lp, Linda Clifford - Linda.) But even the Disco cuts on Disc 1 aren't bad, redeemed by the Soul cuts interspersed. What really sinks the album, though, is the presence of Disc 2, which is just a 12" single, with extended Disco mixes of a single song on each side. And what songs they are: a hopped up version of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" that makes any sane man rap his forehead and ask "why?", and, worst of all, a reworking of the hoary old Broadway popper "One Of Those Songs", a cut you instantly regret hearing. So if you must have this, stick to the Lp and never touch the 12", and you'll be OK.