Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bobby Womack dies – CNN.com


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CNN — The raspy, gruff voice behind some of the most soulful songs of the past six decades is now gone.Legendary soul singer Bobby Womack died Friday, Womack’s publicist said. He was 70.”I am sadly able to confirm but I have no details at this time,” said Sonya Kolowrat, his publicist with XL Recordings. Photos: People we lost in 2014Womack, whose career started before he was 10, wrote and performed hits such as “That’s the Way I feel About Cha” and “Across 110th Street.”He also wrote The Rolling Stones’ first U.S. No. 1 hit, “It’s All Over Now.”Womack was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009.Last year, he revealed to BBC 6 music that he had early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.”With the support of many good doctors, my family, and all of my wonderful fans, I will continue to write and

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