We remember Bobby Womack. ‘Womack’s Gotta Have It’

This day (June 27, 2014, died Robert Dwayne ‘Bobby’ Womack, an American singer-songwriter and musician.


Digest Tracklist :

Bobby Womack – Across 110th Street (2013) . If You Think You’Re Lonely Now . Save The Children (2000) . w/ Ali Ollie Woodson – On The Arsenio Hall Shaw . I Wish He Didn’T Trust Me So Much . w/ Wilton Felder – Inherit The Wind. . w/ Patti Labelle– It Takes A Lot Of Strength To Say Goodbye . Lookin For A Love (1974) .

TOP 10

Bobby Womack Top 10 :

Across 110th Street . Please Forgive My Heart . Stupid . Dayglo Reflection (feat. Lana Del Rey) . The Bravest Man in the Universe . California Dreamin’ . Deep River . If There Wasn’t Something There . Love Is Gonna Lift You Up . Whatever Happened to the Times .


Released on September 15, 1971, Communication is an album (including the hit That’s The Way I Feel About Cha) by Bobby Womack. >>

Bobby Womack‘s The Bravest Man in the Universe is his twenty-seventh and final studio album released in June 12, 2012 and produced by Damon Albarn and Richard Russell. >>

Released on January 11, 1974, Lookin’ For A Love Again is an album by Bobby Womack. >>


[2012] you do not miss Bobby Womack at BBC special New Year’s Eve program Jools Annual Hootenanny. >> 9 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1985] you do not want to miss Bobby Womack promoting his brand new album So Many Rivers at Late Night with David Letterman on NBC >> 13 MINUTES on RVM >>


Wikipedia : This day (June 27, 2014, died Robert Dwayne ‘Bobby’ Womack, an American singer-songwriter and musician.

Bobby Womack : Bobby also played guitar in Cooke’s band. In the wake of Cooke’s shooting death under mysterious circumstances, the Valentinos broke up and Womack turned to songwriting, guitar playing and a solo career.

@Soulwalking : When Bobby was 10 years old, he and his brothers (under the name of Curtis Womack and the Womack Brothers) recorded a single on the Pennant imprint in 1954, entitled ‘Buffalo Bill’ b/w ‘Bible Tells Me So’.

@last.fm : Renamed the Valentinos, and encouraged by Cooke to go in a more secular and commercial direction, they scored a hit with Womack’s “It’s All Over Now” in 1964; the Rolling Stones’ version of the song became a major hit, earning Womack generous royalty payments.

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