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Bill Withers - Just As I Am (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Bill Withers - Just As I Am (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

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Summary: Vinyl, LP1, Just As I Am, Bill Withers, 2012, Europe

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    Europe  
Genre:       Funk / Soul, Blues, Folk World & Country
Style:         Soul

New, Sealed.


A1. Harlem 3:23
A2. Ain't No Sunshine 2:04
A3. Grandma's Hands 2:00
A4. Sweet Wanomi 2:30
A5. Everybody's Talkin' 3:21
A6. Do It Good 2:52
B1. Hope She'll Be Happier 3:48
B2. Let It Be 2:37
B3. I'm Her Daddy 3:19
B4. In My Heart 4:19
B5. Moanin' And Groanin' 2:57
B6. Better Off Dead 2:13


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 8713748982539
Barcode 8 713748 982539
Matrix / Runout 90338 1A MOVLP 378
Matrix / Runout 90338 1B MOVLP 378
Matrix / Runout 90338 2A MOVLP 378
Matrix / Runout 90338 2B MOVLP 378
Rights Society BIEM/STEMRA


Manufactured By Music On Vinyl B.V.
Distributed By Music On Vinyl B.V.
Phonographic Copyright (p) Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) Sony Music Entertainment
Recorded At Sunset Sound Recorders
Recorded At Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
Engineered At Sunset Sound Recorders
Engineered At Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
Pressed By Record Industry

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In a career laden with highlights and hallmarks in the annals of soul history, Just As I Am is rather overlooked as one of the best soul debuts ever issued. Beautifully remastered, Just As I Am is presented to a new generation of listeners who may have missed out the first time.

With this remastering comes an intimacy, warmth, and immediacy to the recordings that was only hinted at with previous versions; it's almost as if Withers is in a living room singing to a small group of people, rather than making a record.

Of course, the instantly recognizable anthem "Ain't No Sunshine" gets all of the acclaim it so richly deserves, but also in tracks like "Harlem", "Grandma's Hands" and "Better Off Dead" you can hear the intensity and maturity of Bill's performances. Even when he's doing covers, Withers makes them sound as if they are his own compositions.

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