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Bobby Womack - Someday We'll All Be Free download album

  • Performer: Bobby Womack
  • Album: Someday We'll All Be Free
  • FLAC: 1923 mb | MP3: 1641 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soul
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 316
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Bobby Womack - Someday We'll All Be Free download album

Bobby Womack - Someday We'll All Be Free Rock/Pop, R&B, Blues, Soul/R&B.

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The mid-'80s album Someday We'll All Be Free was actually comprised of outtakes from two earlier Bobby Womack albums on the Beverly Glen label, The Poet and The Poet II. It might not be as strong and consistent as those records, but if you do like those two albums, you'll probably like this as well. It has the same smooth soul feel, though like the rest of his output from this era, it's nothing to get excited about, in the context of soul music or within Womack's own large body of work.

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The Poet is the thirteenth studio album by American musician Bobby Womack. The album was released in November 1981, by Beverly Glen Music. The album reached the top of the Billboard Top Black Albums chart due to the success of the single "If You Think You're Lonely Now", which peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart. Bobby Womack - Guitar, Lead Vocals. Nathan East, David Shields - Bass. Dorothy Ashby - Harp, Percussion. David T. Walker - Guitar.

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Someday We'll All Be Free Lyrics. Someday We'll All Be Free is found on the album Poetry in Motion. Found on more albums: So Many Sides: An Introduction to Bobby Womack Best of the Poets The Essential Bobby Womack: The Last Great Soul Man Someday We'll All Be Free. Bobby Womack – Someday We'll All Be Free.

Bobby Womack - vocals, guitar. Charles Fearing, Craig T Cooper, David T Walker - guitar. Abraham Laboriel, David Shields, Freddie Washington, James Jamerson, Nathan East - bass guitar.

Everything’s Gonna Be Alright - The American Singles 1967-1976 released: 2013. The Bravest Man in the Universe released: 2012. Soul Sides released: 2011. Check It Out: The Best of Bobby Womack released: 2010. The Best of Bobby Womack: The Soul Years released: 2008. The Essential Bobby Womack released: 2006. Poetry in Motion released: 2000. Soul Sensation Live released: 2000. Someday We'll All Be Free released: 1999. Greatest Hits released: 1999. Back to My Roots released: 1999.

Tracklist

1 I'm So Proud
2 Someday We'll All Be Free
3 Gifted One
4 Falling In Love Again
5 Searching For My Love
6 In Over My Heart
7 I Wish I Had Someone To Go Home To
8 Someday We'll All Be Free (Acoustic)
9 Gifted One (Acoustic)

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  • Barcode: 5023224043924

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BG10006, BG 10006 Bobby Womack Someday We'll All Be Free ‎(LP, Album) Beverly Glen Music, Beverly Glen Music BG10006, BG 10006 US 1985
CPCD 8091 Bobby Womack The Poet III ‎(CD, Album, RE) Charly Records CPCD 8091 Europe 1994
BGC 10006 Bobby Womack Someday We'll All Be Free ‎(Cass, Album) Beverly Glen Music BGC 10006 US 1985