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Published on Feb 25, 2010
Bobby Womack's version of this song from his 1975 LP "I Don't Know What the World Is Coming To." As one would expect, this version of the song is LOADED with guitars, and it's much ROUGHER around the edges than Leon Ware's version. Then again no one listens to Bobby Womack expecting to hear smoothness anywat. It's been suggested that this album was recorded under the supervision or at least with contributions from one Sly Stone. Sly was having all kinds of legal and personal issues at the time, and his name didn't actually appear on the album. Rather, Sly is supposed to have used the pseudonym of "Truman Thomas." The crazy part is that there actually WAS a real musician named Truman Thomas, so some people suggest that Sly just gave the credit to Thomas. In any case, though, Sly is definitely involved. All you have to do is take note of the drum machine that's being used at the beginning of the song. There's also the violin solo near the end of this song; it's the same sound that appeared on Sly's "Small Talk" LP a year or so earlier.