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Soul Retrospective: Bobby Womack

Bobby Womack was the voice of experience, an iconoclast, and one of music’s most talented artists. The combination of Womack’s writing, guitar playing, and singing gave his work a singular emotional honesty. Born in 1944 in Cleveland, Ohio, Bobby Womack […]

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Soul Retrospective: Bobby Womack’s ‘Facts of Life’

Facts of Life was Bobby Womack's sixth release in a catalogue that already included 1971's Communication and 1972's soundtrack classic, Across 110th


Sound Check: Friendly Womack Jr.—Coming Full Circle After Lookin’ For a Love

Along the gospel highway in the 1950s through the early 1960s, the gospel greats known as The Soul Stirrers sparked a movement


Book Review: ‘Bobby Womack: My Story, 1944-2014’

This past summer, the music world mourned the passing of gifted soul/R&B legend, Bobby Womack. This Cleveland-born Rock


Raphael Saadiq – Gonna Miss U (R.I.P. Bobby Womack 1944 -2014)

Video By Raphael Saadiq honors Bobby Womack by recording a tribute record


In Memoriam: Bobby Womack—The End of a Soul Era

I can remember sitting in the back of my parents Trans-am riding down the highway on our way to Florida with the sounds of soul


Soul Retrospective: Bobby Womack’s ‘The Poet’

When The Poet was released in 1981, Bobby Womack had already been in the business for over 20 years as a member of the legendary

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Classic Soul Cinema Presents: ‘Across 110th Street’

The classic crime drama Across 110th Street, based on the novel by Wally Ferris, starred Anthony Quinn, Yaphett Kotto and Anthony Franciosa, and was directed


Bobby Womack Diagnosed with Colon Cancer, Released From Hospital

Legendary musician Bobby Womack has been diagnosed with colon cancer. The Rock and Roll Hall of fame inductee, who is responsible for timeless hits like "Lookin' For a


Thursday Throwback – Bobby Womack

Musician, songwriter, guitarist, and soul singer Bobby Womack began his music career in the late 1950s when he and his four brothers formed The Womack

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