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Safety Zone / The Womack "Live"

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Safety Zone / The Womack
01
Everything's Gonna Be Alright - Original
7:04  
02
I Wish It Would Rain - Original
4:19  
03
Trust Me - Original
3:52  
04
Where There's A Will There's A Way - Original
6:16  
05
Love Ain't Something You Can Get For Free - Original
3:23  
06
Something You Got - Original
5:32  
07
Daylight - Original
3:27  
08
I Feel A Groove Comin' On - Original
8:37  
09
Intro. /oh How I Miss You Baby - Live
4:18  
10
California Dreamin' - Live
6:01  
11
Something - Live
3:11  
12
Everybody's Talkin' - Live
3:07  
13
Medley: Laughin' And Clownin' / To Live The Past (guest Vocal: Percy Mayfield)
3:39  
14
I'm A Midnight Mover - Live
5:17  
15
The Preacher - Live
6:00  
16
More Than I Can Stand - Live
4:34  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 78:37

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Bad Move

Morse

The Preacher - Live and More Than I Can Stand - Live are supposed to be ONE track (i.e., were originally - I had it on vinyl). Shame on you, EMusic (splitting them and) charging these as two tracks! Bad, bad, bad . . .

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

In 1998, Charly released Safety Zone/The Womack Live, which contained two complete albums — Safety Zone (1975, originally released on United Artists) and The Womack Live (1967, originally released on Liberty) — by Bobby Womack on one compact disc. – Jason Birchmeier