Still Bill

Bill Withers - Still Bill
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Based on 3 reviews
1972 Ratings: #19 / 102
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1972 Ratings: #21
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The follow up record to Bill Wither's underrated and phenomenal debut Just As I Am, Still Bill, packs a massive punch of variation and genre-bending. The album is bolstered by some of the artists best songwriting of his career, such as the standout gospel inspired Lean On Me that the world over celebrates as a timeless track, among many other standout tracks. Although Still Bill remains in the warming up phase for me as a listener after numerous takes, it has warmed up incredibly well in short ... read more
Rest easy, Bill Withers.

Most know him for songs like “Ain’t No Sunshine” and “Lovely Day,” however, “Use Me” was always my favorite.
Definitely not as warm as his fantastic debut record, but Bill Withers' sophomore album includes some nice, well-written songs. It also carries that same wholesome and genuine essence that its predecessor had. There is one or two tracks that I don't really care too much for, but at the same time, there are tracks on here that are nothing short of amazing. I'm such a big Bill Withers fan, man.

Decent 8/10
Still Bill is the dark horse in Bill Wither's discography. It's a near-flawless album that has many great things to it; excellent songwriting, awesome riffs and so much more. It has always been my favourite of his. RIP to a timeless icon
rest in peace to a legend
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Added on: November 26, 2015