I Am is a collaboration album by Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane pressed in 1972. The album includes the original version of "Baba O'Riley", which, at 9:48, is almost twice as long as the augmented version which opens Who's Next. I Am was produced as a tribute to Meher Baba.
I Am is Killing Heidi's seventh song released and the first single from their 2004 self-titled album Killing Heidi. Upon its release to radio, I Am was, according to record company Sony BMG, the "fastest addition ever to radio by an Australian band". With loud, roaring guitars and moody vocals, the track embodied the band's new, pared-back musical style; indeed, the song sounded so different to the band's earlier work that many people, fans and critics alike, were surprised that this was the same band who had, five years earlier, delivered songs like Weir and Mascara.
I AM was an alternative progressive rock band formed in Las Vegas in 1995 and disbanded the same year. The rhythm section of the defunct band Shatterbone created the group and released an album in 1995. The band featured Greg Greer on vocals, Rod Arnett on bass, Dan Ryan on guitar, and video game music composer Frank Klepacki on drums.
"I Am" is a pop rock song written by Diane Warren, and produced by John Shanks for Hilary Duff's third album Hilary Duff (2004). Jeff Rothschild and Shanks mixed the song,Unknown (2004). In Hilary Duff [CD liner notes].
I Am is Michael Tolcher's debut album, produced by Pop Rox. It was released on Octone Records on 4 May, 2004.