Bobby Womack Soul Seduction Supreme
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- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours
- Video: Color
- Released: October 4, 2005
- Originally Released: 2005
- Label: Mvd Visual
Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
Packaging: Keep Case
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- Lookin' For Love
- Woman's Gotta Have It
- It's All Over Now
- Happy Hippie
- I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much
- Inherit The Wind
- How Can It Be'
- Love Has Finally Come At Last
- I Can Understand It
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Description by OLDIES.com:
He calls himself The Poet, or The Last Soul Man, but he's known the world over as Bobby Womack: black music's master showman. He's worked with all the biggest names, from Sam Cooke to the Rolling Stones; but you don't know Womack until you've sampled him in his element Live, On-Stage! From 1962's "Looking For A Love" and the legendary "It's All Over Now" to hits of the Eighties and beyond, the intensity level never drops for a second as Bobby weaves his magic on this Town & Country Club crowd. The musical feast features each and every highlight of Bobby's career: from the classic jazz of his Crusaders collaboration "Inherit The Wind" to the country-meets-soul of "Harry Hippie"; and from the raw gospel power of "Woman's Gotta Have It" to the smoldering anguish of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much". This is entertainment with a capital "E" - a soul spectacular from an acknowledged superstar. Savor nine classic slices of soul served up red hot and steamin' the Womack way!
From playing with such influential soul performers as Sly Stone, Aretha Franklin, and Al Green, to developing his signature guitar style, Bobby Womack's influence on R&B has been immeasurable. Womack is known for his showmanship, and his legendary funk appeal is out in full force in this documentary that traces his career. The "Soul Seduction Supreme" first made waves with his 1962 hit "Lookin' for a Love," and released consistently great music well after the 1980s. Highlights from throughout Womack's career are collected here, including his collaboration with the Crusaders and his hugely popular "It's all Over Now." A show filmed in the 1990s at the Town & Country Club includes that hit, plus eight other classics of soulful R&B like "Harry Hippie" and "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much."
- 1.Lookin' for a Love
- 2.Woman's Gotta Have It
- 3.It's All Over Now
- 4.Harry Hippie
- 5.1 Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much
- 6.Inherit the Wind
- 7.How Can It Be?
- 8.Love Has Finally Come at Last
- 9.1 Can Understand It
Music | Music (General) | Pop / Rock | Pop Vocal | R&B / Soul | Soul | Soul Music | Vocal
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