The title may be slightly confusing--ALL of Bobby Womack's years
were "soul years"--but this collection hits all the highlights of
Womack's 1960s and '70s work. That's a tall order, but from the
classic, funky blaxploitation film theme "Across 110th Street" to
the soulful stroll of "Harry Hippie" and the Curtis
Mayfield-goes-sunshine pop take on the Mamas & the Papas'
"California Dreamin'," THE BEST OF BOBBY WOMACK: THE SOUL YEARS
does an excellent job of capturing the man's many moods.
EMI Music UK
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• Various Writers
||125 x 142 x 10mm (L x W x T)
||1 hour, 19 minutes
R&B / Soul
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