1985 Womack & Womack – Radio M.U.S.C. Man

Radio M.U.S.C. Man was the second album released by Womack & Womack in 1985.

The self-produced Radio M.U.S.C. Man, included songs which Sam Cooke had started to write and which Cecil and Linda completed, along with a cover of the Beatles’ “Here Comes The Sun”. The album only produced one hit, “Strange & Funny”, the pair’s last chart entry in the US, and they left Elektra to record for the Manhattan label.

Tracks

1No Relief (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)4:28
2Maze (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)5:55
3Night Rider (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)5:02
4Eyes (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)4:10
5Radio M.U.S.C. Man (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)4:12
6Love’s Calling (Sam Cook, Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)5:52
7Strange And Funny (Bobby Womack, Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)4:33
8Romeo & Juliet (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)5:39
9Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison)3:09

Media

Musicians

BassCecil Womack
DrumsJames Gadson
GuitarCecil Womack
GuitarFriendly Womack
Fender RhodesLinda Womack
KeyboardsAlan Pasqua
KeyboardsBobby Lyle
KeyboardsEddie Noble
KeyboardsNeil Larsen
SynthesizerAlan Pasqua
SynthesizerBobby Lyle
SynthesizerEddie Noble
SynthesizerNeil Larsen
PercussionLenny Castro
PercussionPaulinho Da Costa
PercussionRay Bardani
Background VocalsCecil Womack
Background VocalsCurtis Womack
Background VocalsFriendly Womack
Background VocalsHarry Womack
Background VocalsJames Gadson
Background VocalsMary Womack
Background VocalsNaomi Womack
Background VocalsNicole Womack
Background VocalsStacy Womack
Background VocalsTami Womack
Background VocalsLinda Womack

Liner Notes

Producer – Womack & Womack
Producer (Associate) – Friendly Womack Jr
Engineer (2nd) – David Egerton, Judy Clapp, Mark Ettel
Engineer (Recording) – Rik Pekkonen
Mastered By – George Marino

Art Direction – Carol Friedman
Design – John Kosh
Photography By – Norman Seeff

Produced For – Womack Brothers Productions
Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
Mastered At – Sterling Sound
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records