The discography of recording artist Bobby Womack consists of 28 studio albums, 3 live albums, 9 compilation albums, and 47 singles. 1975: Greatest Hits (United Artists) – US No. 142, R&B No. 30. 1975: I Can Understand It (United Artists) – same tracks as on Greatest Hits. 1986: Check it Out (Stateside) – UK SSL 6013. 1993: Midnight Mover – The Bobby Womack Collection (EMI USA). 1998: Red Hot + Rhapsody.
If I had to make a greatest hits album of his, the excellent tracks would be fighting for room on one disc. How could they possibly have left off "Across 110th Street" not to mention "If You Think You're Lonely Now", "If you Don't Want My Love", "Where Do We Go From Here", even "Quicksand". I don't even claim to be a huge Womack fan, yet I know there's better stuff.
Bobby Womack - Greatest Hits.
The late Bobby Womack left a great impression on an array of Billboard's charts - tallying hits on the R&B, pop, gospel, alternative and even dance/electronic tallies. Womack, who died on Friday, June 27 at age 70, notched 45 hit singles on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in his lifetime. Among those are two No. 1 hits: "Woman's Gotta Have It" and "Lookin' For a Love. Bobby Womack, Legendary Soul Singer, Dead at 70. The latter became his biggest hit on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, climbing to No. 10 in 1974
A stone classic from Bobby Womack – one of those records that has all his best elements firmly in place, put forward at a level that's sophisticated and polished, yet never too commercial at all! Bobby's voices are still incredible – that raspy, personal feel that's rooted in country. LP, Vinyl record album. The record's got some wonderful arrangements by Riley Hampton – who worked with Jackson on his earlier sessions. War. Why Can't We Be Friends?
Robert Dwayne Womack (/ˈwoʊmæk/; March 4, 1944 – June 27, 2014) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. Starting in the early 1960s as the lead singer of his family musical group the Valentinos and as Sam Cooke's backing guitarist, Womack's career spanned more than 60 years and multiple styles, including R&B, soul, rock and roll, doo-wop, gospel, and country.
The disc spans most of his career - from the late '60s through his '70s breakout and on into the '80s - though nearly all of it dates from the '70s, his brilliant period recording for United Artists
|A1||I Can Understand It||4:05|
|A3||Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)||2:06|
|A5||Nobody Wants You When You're Down And Out||2:55|
|B1||Woman's Gotta Have It||3:30|
|B3||I'm Gonna Forget About You||2:27|
|B4||That's The Way I Feel About Cha||3:36|
|B5||You're Welcome, Stop On By||3:40|
|B6||Looking For A Love||2:37|
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|UAS 29715||Bobby Womack||Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||United Artists Records||UAS 29715||France||1974|
|UAS 29715||Bobby Womack||I Can Understand It (LP, Comp, RE)||United Artists Records||UAS 29715||UK||1981|
|UA 44515||Bobby Womack||Bobby Womack's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||United Artists Records||UA 44515||Greece||1974|
|UAS 29715||Bobby Womack||Bobby Womack's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||United Artists Records||UAS 29715||UK||1974|