|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Does Anybody Want To Marry Me||4||Audio||1982||Epic|
|2||Letters Home||10||Audio||1987||Cypress Records|
|3||Wendy Waldman||12||Audio||1975||Warner Bros. Records|
|5||Letters Home||10||Audio||1987||Cypress Records|
|6||Love Has Got Me||12||Audio||1973||Warner Bros. Records|
|7||Strange Company||10||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|8||Gypsy Symphony||11||Audio||2005||Collectors' Choice Music|
|9||Love Has Got Me||12||Audio||2005||Collectors' Choice Music|
|10||Strange Company||10||Audio||2005||Collectors' Choice Music|
|11||Long Hot Summer Nights||2||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|12||Western Lullaby||2||Audio||1975||Warner Bros. Records|
|13||Strange Company||10||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|14||Living In Hard Times||2||Audio||1987||Cypress Records|
|15||Long Hot Summer Nights||2||Audio||1978||Warner Bros. Records|
|16||My Time In The Desert||13||Audio||2007||Longhouse Records|
American singer - songwriter and musician.
In 1973, two of her songs appeared on an album by [a=Maria Muldaur]. Since that time, more than 150 songs written or co-written by Wendy have been recorded by others, including the Grammy award winning, "Save The Best For Last."
More than 70 other artists have recorded Wendy Waldman's songs in fields as diverse as pop, R&B, jazz, country, film, Latin and cowboy music. Among her biggest records are "Save The Best For Last" and "The Sweetest Days" by [a=Vanessa Williams]; "Fishin' In The Dark" and "Home Again In My Heart" by [a=Dirt Band, The]; "Baby What About You" by [a=Crystal Gayle]; "I Owe You One" by [a=Aaron Neville]; "Heartbeat" by [a=Don Johnson], and "I'm Gone" by [a=Alison Krauss]. Most recently, "Fishin In The Dark," released on [a=Garth Brooks]' new box set.
Her songs have also been recorded by [a=Maria Muldaur], [a=Robert Smith] of [a=Cure, The], [a=Linda Ronstadt], [a=Kim Carnes], [a=CeCe Winans], [a=New Grass Revival], [a=Randy Travis], [a=Randy Meisner], [a=Edgar Winter], [a=Jesse Colin Young], [a=Percy Sledge], [a=Kenny Rogers], [a=Judy Collins], [a=Melissa Manchester], [a=Rita Coolidge] and [a=Bette Midler] to name just a few. Wendy Waldman was born on November 29, 1950 in Los Angeles, California as Wendy Steiner.