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Dec 15th, 2013 22:12pm
 Bill Withers: Kissing My Love

Take It All In and Check It All Out

Listening to old Bill Withers albums you soon realise just how funky his riffs are, every tune, even the ballads are marinated in funk. From 1971 to 1979 Withers produced some of the greatest R'N'B of the highest calibre.

Right from his debut album in 1971 - Just As I Am (produced by Booker T. Jones) Withers created massive hits Ain't No Sunshine and Grandma's Hands (as utilised by Dr. Dre on BLACKstreet's No Diggity).

But it was his 1972 sophomore LP Still Bill that I think he really made his mark and is my all time favourite Bill Withers album, who can argue with an LP that contains the ultra funky Use Me and the worldwide smash Lean On Me, as well as massive favourites Lonely Town, Lonely Street, Who Is He (And What Is He To You?) and this track Kissing My Love

Later LP's +'Justments, Making Music and Menagerie (which spurned smash hit Lovely Day) are also well worth an airing. If your not already, do yourself a favour and get familiar with Bill Withers.

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