Ruth Copeland - I Am What I Am | RECORD STORE DAY

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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing with printed inner sleeve. Durham born Ruth Copeland was an unusual signing to the Invictus label but her folk-funk albums have become cult items in recent years. Collaborations with her husband Jeffrey Bowen, George Clinton and members of Funkadelic, this is her highly acclaimed second album and is hard to find on original pressing. Funk/Rock classic, 'I am What I Am' has never been available on vinyl since it's 1972 initial release and features the club classis 'Gimme Shelter'.