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Bobby Womack - BW Goes C&W - Soul C+W LP
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Bobby Womack - BW Goes C&W



Label: United Artists Records

Catalog#: UA-LA638-G

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Record is VG++
Cover is VG++ the top right corner is cut

Country: US

Released: 1976

Genre: Funk / Soul

Style: Soul




Tracklist




A1 Don't Make This The Last Date

3:12

A2 Behind Closed Doors
2:32


A3 Bouquet Of Roses

2:43

A4 Tired Of Living In The Country

2:01

A5 Tarnished Rings

2:39





B1 Big Bayou

2:50

B2 Song Of The Mockingbird

3:10

B3 I'd Be Ahead If I Could Quit While I'm Behind

2:34

B4 You

2:40

B5 I Take It On Home

3:17



Bobby Womack would directly take on country music with his 1976 LP B.W. Goes C.W., the commercial failure of which closed out his tenure with United Artists Records,
Song Of The Mockingbird has a nice Sample Beat


I wanted to cut a country and western album and UA was sayin,’ ‘Man, you been around Sly too long, you flipped out,’” Womack says. “I said, ‘No, it’s not that man, I just don’t want you tryin’ to keep me in one vein. I wanted to cut a jazz album playin’ nothin’ but my guitar. You didn’t want me to do that. Kept tellin’ me cut another song like ‘Woman’s Gotta Have It.’
I started givin’ ‘em the songs that way, but I never was really happy. So I just broke loose and said, ‘I’m cuttin’ this country and western album, that’s my next release.’”
UA’s response was predictably tepid. “They said, ‘You’re crazy, we’ll never get it played. Country and western’s not even happenin’.

‘Womack continues. “I said, ‘Man, country and western music’s gonna be the biggest music and ya know why? It’s so true. It ain’t no sugar coatin’ it. The lyrics are there, the music’s simplicity. Country and western’s gonna take over.’






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