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Watching You Watching Me

LP (Item 55009) Columbia, 1985 — Condition: Very Good+
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(€2.37 || £1.88 || ¥350) (approx.)
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A sweet little 80s session from Bill Withers – a lot less acoustic than his soul of the 70s, but in a way that works surprisingly well! As always with Bill, the vocals are the main thing, and the passage of time has done nothing to take off his edge – that warmly raspy quality that's instantly recognizable, and which comes through with all of its original charm – even amidst the smoother, more electric approach of the album's backings. There's a number of tracks on here that hit a mellow, midtempo groove that works quite well – and Bill did most of the production himself, with help from collaborators who include Ralph MacDonald, Michel Colombier, and Denny Diante. Titles include "Watching You Watching Me", "Oh Yeah", "Something That Turns You On", "You Try To Find A Love", "We Could Be Sweet Lovers", and "Heart In Your Life". (Includes the lyric sleeve. Cover has ring & edge wear, a promo stamp, and a spot of price sticker residue.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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