Bill Withers, influential soul singer behind Ain’t No Sunshine, dies aged 81. Lean on Me and Lovely Day singer dies of heart complications, according to a family statement.
Withers negotiates heartbreak, history, Harlem and more across his high-quality discography – here are the brightest moments.
Ain’t No Sunshine (Just As I Am, 1971)
Grandma’s Hands (Just As I Am, 1971)
Harlem (Just As I Am, 1971)
Use Me (Still Bill, 1972)
Lean on Me (Still Bill, 1972)
I Can’t Write Left-Handed (Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall, 1973)
The Same Love That Made Me Laugh (’Justments, 1974)
It’s All Over Now (with Bobby Womack, 1975)
Lovely Day (Menagerie, 1977)
Just the Two of Us (with Grover Washington Jr, 1980)
Source : The Guardian
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