Helen Reddy

Helen Reddy enjoyed international success in the 1970’s. Her fourth studio album Long Hard Climb was released in the summer of 1973, and certified RIAA Gold on September 19, 1973. It contained her hit singles, Delta Dawn and Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) and is honored here with an Authentic, First Presentation, First-State, RIAA White Matte…The marks on the frame, are common on many original RIAA White Mattes, they come from the hanging hooks of other white mattes when they were stacked together against walls, or in storage. The back of this award shows the position of  the hooks (and the original backing paper was opened on three sides to change a cracked front glass and then retaped)._______________________________

Helen Reddy “Free and Easy” 1975 Silver British Phonographic Industry (BPI) LP Award

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Helen Reddy is often referred to as the “Queen of 70s Pop” and she enjoyed international success. She was the first artist to ever win the coveted American Music Award for “Favorite Pop/Rock Female” artist and also the first Australian to win a Grammy Award. The British Phonographic Industry (BPI), the British record industry’s trade […]

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Helen Reddy “I Am Woman” – 1972 #1 Single – RIAA White Matte – Gold Record Award (w/condition issue)

“I would like to thank God because She makes everything possible” – Helen Reddy, 1973 acceptance speech for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Helen Reddy’s single “I am Women” was released in December 31, 1969 and certified gold on December 18, 1972. It reached a peak chart position of #1 and […]

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Helen Reddy “Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)” 1972 RIAA 45 White Matte Record Award

Receive free collector news and award stories by Email Submit pictures of your awards for spotlighting Join Honor Music Awards on Facebook _______________________ At the end of 1972 Helen Reddy’s single “I am Women” exploded to #1 on the charts, making her the voice of a movement. Over the next five years she had more […]

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