Bill Withers

By Lee Hildebrand

 

          Bill Withers was a late bloomer, issuing his debut album, Just As I Am, when he was 33, in 1971. The was also an early quitter, cutting his final album, the little-noticed Watching You Watching Me, 14 years later, after which he retired from recording and performing.  Yet during that time, particularly in the first two years, he created a body of original songs -- most notably "Ain't No Sunshine," "Grandma's Hands," "Lean on Me," and "Use Me" -- that have since been... Read More

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