On June 27, 2014.

Bobby Womack

On June 27, 2014, Robert Dwayne “Bobby” Womack died aged 70. He was  musician (guitar), singer and songwriter, with career spanned more than 60 years. He performed and composed in various music styles, rock and roll, doo-wop, gospel, and country, but he became famous for his R&B and soul period. He is also known as composer  of the Rolling Stones’ first UK No. 1 hit, “It’s All Over Now”. Womack has recorded 23 albums under his name:

  • Fly Me to the Moon- 1969
  • My Prescription– 1970
  • Communication– 1971
  • Understanding– 1972
  • Facts of Life– 1973
  • Lookin’ for a Love Again– 1974
  • I Don’t Know What the World Is Coming To– 1975
  • Safety Zone– 1975
  • BW Goes C&W– 1976
  • Home Is Where the Heart Is- 1976
  • Pieces- 1978
  • Roads of Life – 1979
  • The Poet- 1981
  • The Poet II- 1984
  • So Many Rivers- 1985
  • Someday We’ll All Be Free- 1985
  • Womagic- 1986
  • The Last Soul Man- 1987
  • Save the Children- 1989
  • Resurrection- 1994
  • Back to My Roots- 1999
  • Traditions- 1999
  • The Bravest Man in the Universe- 2012

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