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At Home In Muscle Shoals


Download links and information about At Home In Muscle Shoals by Bobby Womack. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:01:19 minutes.

Artist: Bobby Womack
Release date: 1998
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:01:19
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No. Title Length
1. Standing In the Safety Zone (featuring Brotherhood) 5:13
2. Trust Your Heart 3:55
3. Stop Before We Start (Duet With Candi Staton) 3:27
4. We've Only Just Begun (featuring Brotherhood) 3:57
5. Home Is Where the Heart Is (featuring Brotherhood) 3:18
6. Just a Little Bit Salty (featuring Brotherhood) 3:17
7. When Love Begins Friendship Ends 5:19
8. Never Let Nothing Get the Best of You 4:31
9. Caught Up In the Middle 5:21
10. Is This the Thanks I Get 3:18
11. One More Chance On Love (featuring Brotherhood) 6:35
12. A Change Is Gonna Come (featuring Brotherhood) 3:10
13. How Long (Has This Been Goin' On) (featuring Brotherhood) 2:50
14. It's Party Time 4:10
15. Something for My Head (featuring Brotherhood) 2:58



An amalgam of the two albums Bobby Womack recorded for Columbia in the late '70s (1976’s Home Is Where the Heart Is and 1977’s Pieces), At Home in Muscle Shoals finds him rediscovering his Southern soul roots at a time when they were deeply unfashionable. While the disco era turned many formerly great R&B acts insipid, the trend brought out the lion in Womack. “Trust Your Heart,” “Never Let Nothing Get the Best of You," and "How Long (Has This Been Goin’ On)” are downright ferocious. Womack was always a bluesman at heart, but not many people know that this period brought out some of his darkest, bluesiest work, including “When Love Begins Friendship Ends,” the Candi Staton duet “Stop Before We Start,” and a burning, brooding rendition of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come.” Disco tended to flatten the personalities of its participants, but Womack was an exception. He was atypical in the sense that he was simultaneously songwriter, singer, guitarist, arranger, and producer; the tracks here highlight his idiosyncrasies and individualism.