Bill Withers

“Kissing My Love” (Sussex) 1972


Bill Withers reunited with his old rhythm section, the core of the Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band, for the recording of his career-making sophomore album, Still Bill. Drummer James Gadson clearly takes center stage on this classic cut, anchoring the song with a drum pattern of night-life-altering heaviness. This is one of those rare cuts whose importance cannot be overestimated; spin it a thousand times, it’ll never be played out.


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