"The mid-'80s album Someday We'll All Be Free was actually comprised of outtakes from two earlier Bobby Womack albums on the Beverly Glen label, The Poet and The Poet II. It might not be as strong and consistent as those records, but if you do like those two albums, you'll probably like this as well. It has the same smooth soul feel, though like the rest of his output from this era, it's nothing to get excited about, in the context of soul music or within Womack's own large body of work. It tends toward the silky ballads, with the exception of the up-tempo verging-on-dance number "Falling in Love Again." The presence of covers of songs by Donny Hathaway ("Someday We'll All Be Free") and Bobby Moore (a vocoder-blemished "Searching for My Love") might be indicative of the leftover nature of these tracks: unembarrassing, but nothing to stand with the artist's better work, in this era or others"
Womack, Bobby - Someday We'll Be Free - Used LP
Vinyl: NM (never played; it was sealed, but opened in 2020 to check for warping and prevent warping and because we hate shrink and sealed records)
Sleeve: VG (really nice but has cut-out sawcut into lower left side and some corner wear)
1985 album. The title track is a cover of the 1973 Donny Hathaway song.