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Specialist Mix
10.04.10

Bill Withers – Mixed by Daniel Linke

R&B Soul Funk

Bill Withers had spent fourteen years releasing albums and achieved a level of acclaim and success most only dream of when, in 1985, he decided to walk away from music, never releasing another song. His legacy, built on his songwriting prowess and the understated power of his voice, is felt as keenly today as ever.

After Withers’ passing last week aged 81, Daniel Linke mixes an hour of tracks from his inimitable catalogue.


See Tracklist
Bill Withers – What’ll I Do (1967)
Bill Withers – I’m Her Daddy (1971)
Bill Withers – Ruby Lee (1974)
Bill Withers – Harlem (1971)
Bill Withers – Kissing My Love (1973)
Bill Withers – Something That Turns You On (1985)
Bill Withers – Heartbreak Road (1974)
Bill Withers – Who Is He (And What Is He To You)? (1972)
Bill Withers – You Got the Stuff (1979)
Bill Withers – She Wants To (Get on Down) (1977)
Bill Withers – Take It All In and Check It All Out (1972)
Bill Withers – Better off Dead (1971)
Bill Withers – Use Me (1972)
Bill Withers – We Could Be Sweet Lovers (1985)
Ralph MacDonald ft. Bill Withers – In the Name of Love (1984)
Bill Withers – I Can’t Write Left-Handed (Live at Carnegie Hall) (1973)
Bill Withers – Grandma’s Hands (1971)
Bill Withers – Can We Pretend (1974)
Bill Withers – My Imagination (1976)
Bill Withers – Rosie (1977)
Bill Withers – Lean On Me (1972)
Bill Withers – Lovely Day (1977)
Bill Withers – I Wish You Well (1975)

Bill Withers – Mixed by Daniel Linke

Bill Withers – Mixed by Daniel Linke

Bill Withers had spent fourteen years releasing albums and achieved a level of acclaim and success most only dream of when, in 1985, he decided to walk away from music, never releasing another song. His legacy, built on his songwriting prowess and the understated power of his voice, is felt as keenly today as ever.

After Withers’ passing last week aged 81, Daniel Linke mixes an hour of tracks from his inimitable catalogue.

See Tracklist
Bill Withers – What’ll I Do (1967)
Bill Withers – I’m Her Daddy (1971)
Bill Withers – Ruby Lee (1974)
Bill Withers – Harlem (1971)
Bill Withers – Kissing My Love (1973)
Bill Withers – Something That Turns You On (1985)
Bill Withers – Heartbreak Road (1974)
Bill Withers – Who Is He (And What Is He To You)? (1972)
Bill Withers – You Got the Stuff (1979)
Bill Withers – She Wants To (Get on Down) (1977)
Bill Withers – Take It All In and Check It All Out (1972)
Bill Withers – Better off Dead (1971)
Bill Withers – Use Me (1972)
Bill Withers – We Could Be Sweet Lovers (1985)
Ralph MacDonald ft. Bill Withers – In the Name of Love (1984)
Bill Withers – I Can’t Write Left-Handed (Live at Carnegie Hall) (1973)
Bill Withers – Grandma’s Hands (1971)
Bill Withers – Can We Pretend (1974)
Bill Withers – My Imagination (1976)
Bill Withers – Rosie (1977)
Bill Withers – Lean On Me (1972)
Bill Withers – Lovely Day (1977)
Bill Withers – I Wish You Well (1975)
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