R.I.P. Bobby Womack
R.I.P. Bobby Womack you will never be forgot by the Blazin Hot Artist family. Bobby Womack‘s was a legend and a pioneer. Bobby Womack was a powerful soul singer from the 1960’s and on. He died at the age of 70’s Friday. Though the cause of his death is currently unknown, his health issues included diabetes, prostate cancer, heart trouble, colon cancer, pneumonia and alzheimers disease. Bobby was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Womack‘s started his with his family member as the lead singer. Womack‘s career spreads across 50 years and all of the genre on music today such as; R&B, soul, rock and roll, doo-wop, gospel, and country. Womack‘s had over twelve studio albums that was released worldwide. In 2009, Bobby Womack was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Bobby Womack‘s was also apart of the soul group The Valentinos.
In 1974, Lookin’ for a Love released by Bobby Womack’s, reach number ten on the U.S. charts and was number 1 record in R&B across the United Stated. Other great song that he did includes; If You Think You’re Lonely Now”, “I wish He Didn’t Trust Me So Much”, “Harry Hippie” “Nobody Wants You When You’re Down And Out” “Woman’s Gotta Have It”, “Across 110th Street”, “You’re Welcome, Stop on By”, “Check It Out”, and many others.
One of my favorite song from the legendary artist Mr. Bobby Womack was “If You Think You’re Lonely Now”. That song has all of the feeling that you can possible image. My parents when I was little used to blast his music while having BBQ, parties, or just relaxing around the house, playing cards or dominoes. Bobby Womack‘s made music for the world, not just for one race or gender. Anyone would enjoy great music from Bobby Womack. We like to thank you for making great music for the soul and you will be truly miss. Again, Sorry for the lost of the Womack‘s family. R.I.P. Bobby Womack. A legend has just left us.
Listen to the track below. Booby Womack- “If You Think You’re Lonely Now”