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Bill Withers – Kissing My Love (1972)

April 5, 2020

Bill Withers died this week leaving a legacy as one of the truly great singer-songwriters of all time. His success arrived later than most and he left his recording career in the mid 80s when he became tired of record label execs. telling him how he should sound…..

This is a live track taken from his outstanding album ‘Still Bill’ (1972) featuring a rhythm section from the mighty Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. If you’ve still got a pulse you have to feel this….and don’t tell me you know a funkier person in a polo neck

 

 

From → Jazz & Soul

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