Some of the most righteous soul of the 70s – the first two albums by Bill Withers, back to back on one CD, and with bonus tracks! Bill had a sound like nobody else – a blend of folksy guitar, deeply soulful vocals, spare funky backings, and the occasional touch of strings and larger orchestrations – just enough to take things to the next level, but not too much to bury Bill's shining light. The albums are filled with tunes that are both mainstream and underground soul classics – tunes you might have heard a million times, but which never get old, next to others that you'd never caught before, soon to become new favorites. The CD features the tracks "Harlem", "Ain't No Sunshine", "Grandma's Hands", "Hope
She'll Be Happier", "Moanin & Groanin", "Better Off Dead", "I Don't Know", "Lean On Me", "Use Me", "Lonely Town Lonely Street
", "Let Me In Your Life", "Who Is He & What Is He To You", and "Kissin My Love". CD also features 2 bonus tracks – "Better Days", from the soundtrack to Man & Boy, and "It's All Over Now", a duet with Bobby Womack!