The Memphis-born/Austin resident with a soulful voice soaked in gospel, R&B, and blues continues to represent the true South, the legacy he began when he was the first white artist to be signed to the Stax label at the tender age of sixteen.
1975 marked the release of “One of a Kind”, it's a vast improvement very close to his prior best efforts. Bobby plays piano and organ and these are the intruments that subity dominate the album.
His singing is a mix of original blue eyed soul and southern rock a music he helped pioneer.
1. Movin’ On - 5:09
2. You Still On My Mind - 3:12
3. Rocky Mountain Blues - 2:58
4. Be Honest With Yourself - 4:06
5. Goin’ To California - 3:50
6. Free And Easy (Way Of Lovin’ You) - 4:33
7. The Right Road Back Home - 4:36
8. You Don’t Have To Be Alone - 5:49
9. Have You Ever Felt Like Leavin’ - 3:27
10.We Made It To The Moon - 3:36
All songs by Bobby Whitlock except Track #6 co-written with Dru Lombar
*Bobby Whitlock - Vocals, Organ, Piano, Leslie, Acoustic Guitar, Chimes, Percussion
*T.J. Tindall - Lead Guitar, Banjo
*Kenny Tibbetts - Bass
*Rick Eckstein - Drums
*Richard Betts - Slide Guitar
*Chuck Leavell - Piano
*Dru Lombar - Slide Guitar
*Jaimoe (A.K.A Jai Johanny Johanson) - Congas
*Johnny Sandlin - Tambourine
*Sid Sharp And His Magic Violins - Strings
1972 Bobby Whitlock - Where There's a Will There's a Way (2013 remaster)
1970 Derek And The Dominos - Layla (2013 platinum SHM edition)
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Thanks a lot...
I like his music.Thank you so much for remaster version...
Wow!! Soulful doesn't come close to describing Bobby Whitlock....many, many thanks Marios!
Yes!!! I love Bobby! Great guitar work on this álbum. Mano thanks Mario!!!
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