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Anthology: Bobby Womack


Download links and information about Anthology: Bobby Womack by Bobby Womack. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 44 tracks with total duration of 02:31:55 minutes.

Artist: Bobby Womack
Release date: 2000
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 44
Duration: 02:31:55
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No. Title Length
1. I'm a Midnight Mover 2:02
2. Broadway Walk 2:07
3. What Is This 2:33
4. I'm In Love 2:45
5. Somebody Special 2:54
6. What You Gonna Do (When Your Love Is Gone) 2:05
7. How I Miss You Baby 3:17
8. More Than I Can Stand 2:51
9. I Can't Take It Like a Man 3:05
10. Laughing and Clowning / To Live the Past (Live) 3:48
11. It's Gonna Rain 2:23
12. Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) 2:07
13. I Left My Heart In San Francisco 2:22
14. Arkansas State Prison 2:57
15. Come L'Amore 3:02
16. (If You Don't Want My Love) Give It Back 2:51
17. That's the Way I Feel About 'Cha 3:36
18. Communication 4:43
19. I Can Understand It 4:07
20. Woman's Gotta Have It 3:32
21. Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good) 3:09
22. Harry Hippie 3:51
23. The Preacher / More Than I Can Stand (Live) 10:37
24. Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out 2:58
25. Across 110th Street 3:50
26. Fact of Life / He'll Be There When the Sun Goes Down 6:18
27. I'm Through Trying to Prove My Love to You 3:50
28. If You Can't Give Her Love, Give Her Up 2:48
29. Holdin' On to My Baby's Love 2:24
30. That's Heaven to Me 2:51
31. Lookin' for a Love 2:38
32. I Don't Wanna Be Hurt By Ya Love Again 3:27
33. You're Welcome, Stop On By 3:43
34. Interlude #1 / I Don't Know 3:15
35. (If You Want My Love) Put Something Down On It 3:41
36. Check It Out 3:48
37. It's All Over Now 2:54
38. Tarnished Rings 2:42
39. Trust In Me 3:53
40. Everything's Gonna Be Alright 4:05
41. Where There's a Will, There's a Way (Edit) 3:22
42. Love Ain't Something You Can Get for Free 3:24
43. Daylight 3:31
44. Jealous Love 5:49



Though it has a different name and slightly altered cover art, 2000’s Anthology is in every other aspect an exact reissue of Bobby Womack’s 1993 greatest-hits collection, Midnight Mover. The program remains an essential overview of Womack’s career between 1968 and 1976. At that time, Womack had outgrown his career as a session guitarist and songwriter and was striving to make it as a solo star. He found an early benefactor in Wilson Pickett, who collaborated with Womack and made huge hits of “I’m a Midnight Mover” and “I’m in Love,” both of which Womack subsequently recorded for himself. Womack took advantage of his ties to the great studios of Memphis and Muscle Shoals, and “Somebody Special,” “How I Miss You Baby," and "More Than I Can Stand” are Southern soul classics on par with the best of Otis Redding, O.V. Wright, or James Carr. Perhaps the biggest revelation here is the live medley of “Laughing and Clowning” and “To Live the Past,” which shows Womack working a predominantly black crowd at the California Club in Watts, circa 1970.