The Womack Live is the first live album by soul singer Bobby Womack.
He is another of my “should have been huge” artists and if you like classic soul, you should listen to Bobby Womack. he nearly made it big with his early eighties albums The Poet and The Poet II.
The Womack Live catches him much earlier (it was released in 1970 but I’m not sure when it was recorded).
By then he’d written the #1 hit for The Rolling Stones, It’s All Over Now which Rod Stewart covers on the live album Coast To Coast. He’d also written songs for Wilson Pickett including I’m a Midnight Mover.
Bobby Womack The Womack Live
Intro – 0:04
How I Miss You Baby – 4:15
California Dreamin’ – 6:06
Something – 3:00
Everybody’s Talkin’ – 3:11
Laughing And Clowning/To Live The Past – 3:43
I’m A Midnight Mover – 5:18
The Preacher – 5:57
More Than I Can Stand – 4:41
I will be writing a longer review.
What Others Say About The Womack Live
Bobby Womack’s talent is recognised but he’s criticised for not consistently delivering on an album (until The Poet).
I haven’t seen The Womack Live on any best live albums list.
In fact, very little attention is given to Bobby Womack and that’s a terrible waste.
There is even very little at Amazon.
Buying The Womack Live
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
There are also some good value “two-for-one” CD offers which include The Womack Live so you might want to look out for those as well.
What Do You Think About The Womack Live?
If you’re familiar with this live album, I’d like to know what you think.
Why hasn’t Bobby Womack had the success and recognition that his talent deserves?
The Best Soul Live Albums Ever?
I have nominated The Womack Live in my poll to find out the best live soul album.
Please click on the link and vote. I don’t expect The Womack Live to win but I do want to bring Bobby Womack to the attention of more fans of classic soul.