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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2010) This article is about the song by Joe Cocker. For other uses, see Woman to woman (disambiguation). "Woman to Woman" is a song written by Joe Cocker and Chris Stainton. It was released on Cocker's 1972 album Joe Cocker (December 1972). It has been recorded by other artists. It has also been heavily sampled in hip hop, for example in "Funky" by Ultramagnetic MCs (1987), "Knick Knack Patty Wack" by EPMD (1989), "Blast From the Past" by Ultramagnetic MC's (1992), "California Love" by 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre (1995), "Astro Black" by Quasimoto (2000) and "He's Unbelievable" by Sarah Connor (October 29, 2002). It was also included in the soundtrack for the popular video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, on the 'K-DST' radio station. v · d · eJoe Cocker Studio albums With a Little Help from My Friends · Joe Cocker! · Joe Cocker · I Can Stand a Little Rain · Jamaica Say You Will · Stingray · Luxury You Can Afford · Sheffield Steel · Civilized Man · Cocker · Unchain My Heart · One Night of Sin · Night Calls · Have a Little Faith · Organic · Across from Midnight · No Ordinary World · Respect Yourself · Heart & Soul · Hymn for My Soul · Hard Knocks Live albums Mad Dogs & Englishmen · Live in L.A. · Space Captain · Live in New York · Joe Cocker Live · On Air · Standing Here - Live in Colorado · The Complete Fillmore East Concerts · Live at Woodstock Compilation albums Cocker Happy · Joe Cocker's Greatest Hits · The Best of Joe Cocker (1983) · The Best of Joe Cocker (1992) · The Long Voyage Home · Greatest Hits · The Anthology · Greatest Love Songs · The Ultimate Collection 1968-2003 · Ultimate Collection · Gold Related article Discography This 1970s song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e