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Bill Withers - Harlem (Oddit #1) Album

Bill Withers - Harlem (Oddit #1) Album

  • Darsteller: Bill Withers
  • Genre: Elektronische
  • Titel: Harlem (Oddit #1)
  • Freigegeben: 25 Jan 2014
  • Stil: Disco
  • Etikett: Sussex
  • Katalog: SUX 219
  • Land: Spain
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2101 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 2662 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.5
  • Abstimmungen: 097


1Harlem (Oddit #1)
Remix – Ruzztic, Sergi Delgado


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUX 219Bill Withers Harlem / Ain't No Sunshine ‎(7", Styrene)SussexSUX 219US1971
10 415 ATBill Withers Ain't No Sunshine / Harlem ‎(7", Single)A&M Records, Sussex10 415 ATGermany1971
SUX 219Bill Withers Harlem / Moanin' And Groanin' ‎(7", Single, Promo)SussexSUX 219US1971
10 415 ATBill Withers Ain't No Sunshine / Harlem ‎(7", Single)Ariola10 415 ATGermany1971
AMS 858Bill Withers Ain't No Sunshine/Harlem ‎(7", Single, Promo)A&M RecordsAMS 858UK1971


  • Published By – Odd! – Oddit #1



For Withers' debut album, Harlem was the opening track and lead single. And though it did not chart, its flipside Aint No Sunshine became so popular with radio DJs that it was released as the albums second single and became a 3 hit in the US and reached the top 40 in Australia, Canada and the UK. Soon after Withers' death, a Billboard reviewer described the song as follows: The first track on Bill Withers' first album comes out swinging, with a slow-build acoustic shuffle that builds into a string-laden, frenzied stomp by songs end. Bill Withers. и другие авторские общества 3. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Bill Withers - HarlemYouTube. Otis Redding The 25 Best songs GR 02416 Full Album - Продолжительность: 1:06:26 Grecords1960 Recommended for you. by Bill Withers. C7 Sunday morning here in Harlem, now every body's all dressed up C7 The heathen folk just getting home from the party. C7 And the good folk just got up C7 Our crooked delegation wants a donation. C7 To send the preacher to the holy land. C7 Hey hey lord, honey don't give your money to that lying, cheating man. Db7 Saturday night in Harlem, ah every thing's alright. Db7 You can really swing and shake your pretty thing Db7 The parties are out of sight. D7 Sunday morning here in Harlem, now every body's all dressed up D7 The heathen folk just get. Harlem Oddit 1 File, MP3, Unofficial. SUX 219. 10 415 AT. Ain't No Sunshine, Harlem 7, Single. Bill Withers - Harlem 3:23. Zur Liste hinzufügen. ARNOLDSVINYL , geordi11 , joopheuvel , indy133 , . Über uns. Bill Withers born July 4, 1938 in Slab Fork, West Virginia, died March 30, 2020 in Los Angeles, California was an American singer-songwriter who performed and recorded from the late 1960s until the mid 1980s. Bill's father died when he was thirteen. He joined the US Navy at seventeen, and stayed there for nine years, before he moved to Los Angeles in 1967. While in Los Angeles, he worked full-time in a Lockheed assembly plant in the day, recording demo tapes and performing in juke joints during the night. When he debuted on the music scene with Ain't No Sunshine,&q read. The Essential Bill Withers. Featured items. Bill withers harlem. 43 results found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. Live at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American soul singer-songwriter and producer Bill Withers. The album was recorded on October 6, 1972, at Carnegie Hall in New York City and released on April 21, 1973, by Sussex Records as a double LP. On October 28, 1997, it was reissued as a single CD by ColumbiaLegacy. Reviewing in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies 1981, Robert Christgau wrote: Hearing Withers urge the audience on, as drummer James Gadson and pianist-arranger Ray. Songs in album Bill Withers - Live At Carnegie Hall 1975. Bill Withers - Use Me. Bill Withers - Friend Of Mine. Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine. Bill Withers - Grandma's Hands. Bill Withers - World Keeps Going Around. Bill Withers - Let Me In Your Life. Bill Withers - Harlem, Cold Baloney. Total votes: 3. Other albums by Bill Withers