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TITLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SONGS:
• Ain't No Sunshine
• Grandma's Hands
• Lonely Town, Lonely Street
• Let Me in Your Life
• Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?
• Use Me
• Lean on Me
• Kissing My Love
• Hello Like Before
• Lovely Day
• Just the Two of Us
Bill Withers had a relatively short and unconventional career as a professional singer/songwriter. He was a 33-year-old aircraft assembly worker when he created Ain't No Sunshine -- a song that won him a Grammy and launched a music career. Withers never sought the spotlight. "I wasn't socialized as a musician," he once told an interviewer. "It wasn't the only way I knew how to live."
Just 15 years later, in 1985, Bill Withers walked away to pursue other interests. In that short time, he helped define the '70s soul sound with such seminal hits as Just the Two of Us, Lovely Day and Lean on Me. Here are bass lines for 11 of his best songs, as played by such talents as Donald "Duck" Dunn, Melvin Dunlap and Marcus Miller.
Written in Standard Notation and TAB. 37 pages.
Transcribed by Aidan Hampson