Free to Be...You and Me - Marlo Thomas & Friends

Free to Be...You and Me

Marlo Thomas & Friends

  • Genre: Children's Music
  • Release Date: 2006-05-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19
  • ℗ 1972, 2006 Arista Records LLC

Free to Be...You and Me ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Free to Be...You and Me The New Seekers 3:14
2
Boy Meets Girl Marlo Thomas & Mel Brooks 2:27
3
When We Grow Up Diana Ross 2:08
4
Don't Dress Your Cat In an Apr Billy De Wolfe 0:33
5
Parents Are People Harry Belafonte & Marlo Thomas 3:08
6
Housework Carol Channing 2:57
7
Helping Shel Silverstein, Stephen Lawrence & Tom Smothers 0:49
8
Ladies First Marlo Thomas, Mary Rodgers & Shel Silverstein 3:33
9
Dudley Pippin and the Principa Billy De Wolfe, Bob Morse & Marlo Thomas 2:07
10
It's Alright to Cry Rosy Grier 2:23
11
Sisters and Brothers Sisters & Brothers 2:34
12
My Dog Is a Plumber Dick Cavett 0:32
13
William's Doll Alan Alda & Marlo Thomas 3:15
14
Atalanta Alan Alda & Marlo Thomas 7:13
15
Grandma Diana Sands 2:35
16
Girl Land Jack Cassidy & Shirley Jones 2:41
17
Dudley Pippin and His No-Frien Bob Morse & Marlo Thomas 1:26
18
Glad to Have a Friend Like You Marlo Thomas 2:17
19
Free to Be...You and Me The New Seekers 0:32

Reviews

  • Loved Sharing This With my Kids

    5
    By Bdufe
    Like a time machine to my youth...we were shown this multiple times in grade school in the 70’s. I loved that my kids liked it as much as I had 30 years prior!
  • A Classic Album from My CHildhood

    5
    By Mark-o-Fresno
    I remember listening to this old record during my kindergarten days, and I have this classic album on CD. All these songs, poems, and stories in this collection have a way of showing diversity and freedom of expression. I would definitely recommend this classic album to all the young and the young at heart.
  • Happy disappointment

    2
    By Math Rules
    The remix of the songs is not needed. Please re-release the original version of the album. If it is not possible, can I get a refund?
  • Lean in... And listen up!

    5
    By Dani418
    I grew up loving this and can recite the whole album word for word. It is part of who I am and has influenced my view of the world and how I see myself in it. It affected how I have parented MY children. I am SO happy to see it here and to buy this copy. If you also like this music, read or listen to the audible version of Lean In to continue the wisdom of FTBYAM.
  • Still Love This

    5
    By SmartFunAngela
    I listened to this incessantly as a child, and grew up to be an IT manager who shares this music with friends on a regular basis. The messages are so positive, and still relevant. Sure, it's a little cheesy in spots, but it's full of love and hope and smart sayings, from "it's all right to cry" to "some kind of help is the kind of help we all could do without".
  • Excellent Album!

    5
    By Ladybug4388
    Worth purchasing. I originally bought the CD years ago for $17.99 and it was worth it. The songs and stories are wonderful and for all age groups! They are all still relevant today. It's timeless!
  • Timeless

    5
    By Schillil
    Wore my LP into the ground, then the cassette. Missed getting the CD, so I was bummed not being able to introduce my girls to these songs and stories. So glad to find it here. Now to find Free to Be...a Family. Hopefully will be here eventually. As for those wanting the Jackson version. This is from 72, not early 80's. Don't judge the whole album by your disappointment over one song.
  • Brings back memories

    5
    By joaquin88
    I remember my parents driving me all over town in 1972 to find a record store that had this album. I was in second grade and it seemed like we sang songs from this record every day in music class. Michael Jackson and Roberta Flack's version of "When We Grow Up" came a few years later for the video. That's why it was not on the record.
  • The best!

    5
    By Theavdude
    Grew up with this album. Now I love to listen to it with little ones. A great group of good songs and even better lessons!
  • Complete favorite

    5
    By Argylesox
    I listened to this as child, then my kids listened to it, now I am giving to my step-grandkids. Still a great album!