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Marlo Thomas and Friends - Free To Be... You And Me Click here to see this CD at Amazon.com!

By Denise Sheppard

There are thousands upon thousands of children's albums out there, but the one that quietly left its mark with more '70s children than perhaps any other album was this disc. Free to Be...You and Me was a pet project of proud feminist Marlo Thomas (a.k.a. "That Girl"), and it was born--according to the liner notes--by the desire to provide her niece with music "to celebrate who she was and who she could be." Harry Belafonte sings "Parents Are People," ex-football great Rosie Grier offers an incredible, touching melody titled "It's All Right to Cry," and Diana Ross waxes future-positive on "When We Grow Up." A great hour of brain food for young--and not-so-young--children.

Tracks
1. Free to Be...You and Me - New Seekers11. Sisters and Brothers - Sisters and Brothers
2. Boy Meets Girl - Mel Brooks12. My Dog Is a Plumber - Dick Cavett
3. When We Grow Up - Diana Ross13. William's Doll - Alan Alda
4. Don't Dress Your Cat in an Apron14. Atalanta - Alan Alda
5. Parents Are People - Harry Belafonte15. Grandma - Diana Sands
6. Housework - Carol Channing16. Girl Land - Jack Cassidy
7. Helping - Tom Smothers17. Dudley Pippin and His No-Friend - Bobby Morse
8. Ladies First - Marlo Thomas18. Glad to Have a Friend Like You - Marlo Thomas
9. Dudley Pippin and the Principal - Bobby Morse19. Free to Be...You and Me (Reprise) - Marlo Thomas
10. It's All Right to Cry - Rosey Grier

 

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"I just loved it when I was growing up! Now I had a friend put it on CD for me and I remembered why it was that I loved it so much. The music is bright and cheery and the stories were fun. I am thankful to Marlo and her friends for putting this together and for sharing it with everyone, even though she meant it for only her niece at first. There's a message here that is timeless and is just as relevant today as it was back then. I know that if ever I have children I'll share it with them, or with any other children I have the privilege to know in my life. :)"

--Margo Pego

"I agree with that review. I recently was in the play of Free To Be...You And Me. The lyrics were fun and the melodies were touching. These songs make me feel free to be myself."

--Anonymous

"Oh my goodness! I have been singing that song by Diana Ross and Michael Jackson for years and I didn't know why! Being born in the mid-Super70s, I have been looking for this video for years. I could only remember small parts of the movie and I remember loving it! Funny, it seemed a lot longer than 45 minutes watching it on a film projector in the late Super70s!

I'm buying it right now and I am glad to recapture a part of my EARLY childhood memories! Thanks!"

--Anonymous

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MUSICAL NOTES

Artist: Marlo Thomas and Friends

Released: March 22, 1972

Availability: CD, Vinyl

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