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Copper Kettle - Bobby Womack - Lookin For A Love Again (CD, Album)

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  1. Infobox Album | Name = Lookin' For A Love Again [United Artists] Type = Album Artist = Bobby Womack Released = Recorded = Genre = R&B Length = Label.
  2. I'm into my fifth vinyl copy of this classic Bobby Womack album. I've been returning to it every year since It has the definitive version of I'm Looking For A Love with BW multi-tracked vocals - oh so much cooler and more sophisticated than the many retreads rock by Steve Marriot, Small Faces etc/5(5).
  3. I'm lookin' I'm lookin' I'm lookin' for a love Lookin' for a love Well now And I'm lookin' here and there Searching everywhere Gotta, gotta, gotta I've gotta I've gotta find someone Someone to get up in the mornin' And rub my head Someone to fix my breakfast And bring it to my bed Someone to do a little housework And back with me again Yeah.
  4. Jun 28,  · Song Information Artist: Bobby Womack Album: Lookin' for a Love Again Released: January 11, Recorded: Genre: Soul, Funk Label: United Artists.
  5. Descubre ediciones, críticas, créditos, canciones y mucho más acerca de Bobby Womack - Lookin' For A Love Again en Discogs. Completa tu colección de Bobby Womack.
  6. First month free. Lookin' for a Love Again is the sixth studio album by American musician Bobby Womack. The album was released on January 11, , by United Artists Records. The album reached #85 /5(9).
  7. May 13,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Copper Kettle · Bobby Womack Lookin' For Love Again ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: Producer: Bobby Womack Associated Performer.
  8. Dec 04,  · Lookin' for a Love Again is the sixth studio album by American musician Bobby Womack. The album was released on January 11, , by United Artists Records.
  9. "Copper Kettle" (also known as "Get you a Copper Kettle", "In the pale moonlight") is a song composed by Albert Frank Beddoe and made popular by Joan Baez. Pete Seeger's account dates the song to , mentioning its probable folk origin, while in a Time readers column A. F. Beddoe says that the song was written by him in as part of the folk opera Go Lightly, Stranger.