50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Bill Withers' ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’ (1973)
Bill Withers audience. Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall is an utterly immersive and transportative experience that ” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. BILL WITHERS | Live at Carnegie 50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Bill Withers' ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’ (1973)
100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Bill Withers’ ‘Just As I Am’ (1971)
Bill Withers Album” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. BILL WITHERS | Just As I Am have been as apt as Bill Withers’ debut album Just As I Am. From the get-go, Withers showed an 100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Bill Withers’ ‘Just As I Am’ (1971)
Happy Birthday to Bill Withers, Born July 4, 1938
Bill Withers R&B for two weeks and number two pop for two weeks in fall 1972) . Withers' Sussex catalog also credit. Al Jarreau recorded an entire CD of Withers' songs on Tribute to Bill Withers (Culture Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Bill Withers’ musical legacy and share your personal Happy Birthday to Bill Withers, Born July 4, 1938 Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Bill Withers’ musical legacy and share your personal memories of him with us. included Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall, 'Justments, and The Best of Bill Withers. Withers ): Songwriter/singer/guitarist Bill Withers is best remembered for the classic "Lean on Me" and his other
WELCOME BACK WAX: Sweetback’s Eponymous Debut Album Set for First-Ever Vinyl Release This Week
Will Rise”), Leroy Osbourne (cover of Bill Withers’ “Hope She’ll Be Happier”), and Bahamadia (“Au
Bill Withers’ ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’ Turns 45 | An Anniversary Retrospective
fateful night in a damp and dismal New York City when Bill Withers and his band performed the roles Bill Withers until 1975 and it was many years before I embraced Bill Withers’ bountiful back catalogue. The Bill Withers’ ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’ Turns 45 | An Anniversary Retrospective Happy 45th Anniversary to Bill Withers’ Live at Carnegie Hall, originally released April 21, 1973 embarking on a music career has always lent Bill Withers’ music an everyman quality. He writes such
Loves of His Life: Albumism’s Patrick Corcoran Selects the 10 Albums He Can’t Live Without
commentary. Bill Withers | Live at Carnegie Hall | 1973 | Buy | Way funkier than on record and
Eagles and Doves: With ‘Givin’ It Back,’ The Isley Brothers Sang of Joy and Pain
Stills, James Taylor, Bill Withers, and Neil Young, which yielded a collection that embodied the ’ “Nothing to Do But Today” and Bill Withers’ still-relevant “Cold Bologna,” but it was the vibrant
Happy Birthday to Meshell Ndegeocello, Born August 29, 1968
a Best R&B Album Grammy. Its cover of Bill Withers' "Who Is He (And What Is He to You?)" topped
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Meshell Ndegeocello’s ‘Peace Beyond Passion’
and underrated album. The biggest hit from the album is a stellar cover of Bill Withers' “Who Is He
ALBUM REVIEW: Meshell Ndegeocello Achieves Stirring Sonic Alchemy with Covers Set ‘Ventriloquism’
has covered everyone from Bill Withers to Van Morrison to Funkadelic. So it wasn’t a surprise when
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 35 Years of Grace Jones’ ‘Nightclubbing’
artists such as Flash & The Pan (“Walking In The Rain”), Bill Withers (“Use Me”), and Astor Piazolla
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 10 Years of Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Brave’
Pride's “She's a Lady” (on “The Way It Is”), Paul Mauriat's “Sunny” (on “Be Mine”), and Bill Withers' “Use
Happy Birthday to Booker T. Jones, Born November 12, 1944
Coolidge). The same year, Jones produced Just as I Am, the outstanding debut album by Bill Withers, which
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Michael Jackson’s Debut Album ‘Got to Be There’
album with the difficult task of delivering his own rendition of Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine
INTERVIEW: Rhys Lewis Shares His Heart and Soul Through Song
” and wishing I could write as simply and conversationally as Bill Withers. I love how he seems to be next week and some of my answers would probably be different, but here we go: Bill Withers’ Live at
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Terry Callier’s ‘What Color Is Love’
the state of the world that Bill Withers had: “Here is the ending / Children dying in their daddy’s
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of 2Pac’s Debut Album ‘2Pacalypse Now’
. Over a sample of Bill Withers’ 1971 classic “Ain’t No Sunshine,” the two-part narrative “Soulja’s
INTERVIEW & TRIBUTE: J-Live Revisits His Classic ‘All of the Above,’ 15 Years On
. There was this Bill Withers sample that we didn't want to clear, so I had people coming to play it over
See more