United Artists Records publish Bobby Womack’s ‘Lookin’ For A Love Again’ featuring ‘Lookin’ for a Love’ (1974)
Bobby Womack‘s ‘Lookin’ For A Love Again’ is an album released on January 11, 1974 by United Artists Records.
Track Listing : 1.Lookin’ For A Love (James Alexander, Zelda Samuels) – 02:37 . 2.I Don’T Wanna Be Hurt By Ya Love Again (Bobby Womack) – 03:26 . 3.Doing It My Way (Bobby Womack) – 05:36 . 4.Let It Hang Out (Bobby Womack) – 02:22 . 5.Point Of No Return (Jim Ford) – 02:44 . 6.You’Re Welcome, Stop On By (Bobby Womack, Truman Thomas) – 03:40 . 7.You’Re Messing Up A Good Thing (Clayton Ivey, Frank Johnson, Terry Woodford) – 02:34 . 8.Don’T Let Me Down (Truman Thomas) – 02:04 . 9.Copper Kettle (Albert Frank Beddoe) – 03:17 . 10.There’S One Thing That Beats Failing (Bobby Womack, Truman Thomas) – 02:42
Musicians : Bobby Womack – Guitar, Vocals . Pete Carr – Guitar . Rhino Rheinardt – Guitar . Tippy Armstrong – Guitar . Jimmy Johnson – Rhythm Guitar . David Hood – Bass . Barry Beckett – Keyboards . Clayton Ivey – Keyboards . Truman Thomas – Keyboards . Roger Hawkins – Drums . Friendly Womack, Jr. – Background Vocals . Curtis Womack – Background Vocals . Cecil Womack – Background Vocals . Harry Womack – Background Vocals
Production : Produced By Bobby Womack . Rene Hall . Jerry Masters – Engineer . Steve Melton – Assistant Engineer . Kevin Reeves – Mastering
Arrangements : Rene Hall
Package : Marlene Bergman – Design . John Kehe – Design . Ria Lewerke – Design
Recorded In 1973 At Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Released On January 11, 1974 By United Artists Records.
(Source Bobby Womack – Lookin’ for a Love Again | Lookin’ for a Love Again | Bobby Womack – Official Site)
Though Womack’s search for someone to do housework and fix him breakfast on the title track might have been the prevailing sentiment of the time, it doesn’t play quite as well in the 21st century unless the listener interprets Womack’s effervescent performance as tongue-in-cheek. […]
Whether Womack is strokin’ country & western rhythms, burnin’ a blues melody with his guitar, or expressing a painful confession with his trademark baritone, rest assured that the outcome is going to be nothing short of sizzlin’. […]
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Consequently, I cannot recommend this record for «fans of R&B» in general — only for fans of Bobby in particular, since, at the very least, there are no attempts here to change at the expense of his own identity […]
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