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Fly Me To The Moon / My Prescription

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Fly Me To The Moon - Original
2:11  
02
Baby You Oughta Think It Over - Original
2:38  
03
I'm A Midnight Mover - Original
2:04  
04
What Is This - Original
2:35  
05
Somebody Special - Original
2:59  
06
Take Me - Original
2:33  
07
Moonlight In Vermont - Original
2:37  
08
Love The Time Is Now - Original
3:22  
09
I'm In Love - Original
2:39  
10
California Dreamin - Original
3:24  
11
No Money In My Pocket - Original
3:04  
12
Lillie Mae - Original
1:57  
13
How I Miss You Baby - Original
3:17  
14
More Than I Can Stand - Original
2:52  
15
It's Gonna Rain - Original
2:22  
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Everyone's Gone To The Moon - Original
2:39  
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I Can't Take It Like A Man - Original
3:05  
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I Left My Heart In San Francisco - Original
2:23  
19
Arkansas State Prison - Original
2:59  
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I'm Gonna Forget About You - Original
2:28  
21
Don't Look Back - Original
2:45  
22
Tried and Convicted - Original
2:50  
23
Thank You - Original
4:07  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 63:50

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eMusic Features

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Remembering Bobby Womack

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

Bobby Womack, the singer/songwriter/guitarist who died June 27 at the age of 70, was one of R&B's greatest musicians, and one of its most confounding. His 50-year career was marked by one wrong turn after another, party due to his habit of making genuinely catastrophic personal decisions; yet it always righted itself over time. Womack was a singular talent who very often subordinated his own vision to other artists', or relied on other voices to… more »

2

Remembering Bobby Womack

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

Bobby Womack, the singer/songwriter/guitarist who died June 27 at the age of 70, was one of R&B's greatest musicians, and one of its most confounding. His 50-year career was marked by one wrong turn after another, party due to his habit of making genuinely catastrophic personal decisions; yet it always righted itself over time. Womack was a singular talent who very often subordinated his own vision to other artists', or relied on other voices to… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Fly Me to the Moon and My Prescription — Womack’s second and third LPs, respectively — are assembled on this two-fer, which hints at the peaks reached a few years later on such outings as “Across 110th Street.” – Jason Ankeny