Bill Withers Song Still A Hit With Fans
Between 1970 and 1985 William Harrison “Bill” Withers, Jr. rocked Americans with series of major hits. In 2015, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of fame due to his outstanding work. A three-time Grammy Award winner, Bill Withers songs are still enjoyed by fans worldwide.
Bill Withers song leads a mix by HYROAD Radio, which also features some of the most brilliant artists in our era.
Full Playlist includes:
1. Bill Withers – Lovely Day
Lovely Day was released in 1977 and appeared in Withers’ sixth studio album “Menagerie” in 1978. It reached #30 on Billboard top 100, becoming one of his lifetime signature songs.
2. The Pointer Sisters – Slow Hand
Released in 1981 as an advanced for the Pointer Sisters’ eighth album “Black & White”, Slow Hand peaked at #3 on Billboard Hot 100 for about 3 weeks.
3. Teena Marie – Dear Lover
This love song was released in 1983 on the album “Robbery”. Teena Marie uses the songs to express her utmost feelings.
4. Gladys Knight & The Pips – Still Such a Thing
“Still Such a Thing” was released on May 23, 1980, on the album Beautiful Ballads. It’s one the best songs done by Gladys Knight & The Pips.
5. D.J. Rogers – Say You Love Me
This is one of Roger’s modest R&B hits other than “She Believes in Me,” “All My Love, Pt. 1” and “Trust Me, Pt. 1.”
6. The New Birth – Wild Flower
Wild Flower was released in 1973 on the album “The Very Best Of The New Birth.” This song was produced by Harvey Fuqua.
7. J. Blackfoot – Taxi
J. Blackfoot is an exceptional artist with a very unique voice. He released “Taxi” in 1984.
8. Barry White – You’re The One I Need
This great love song was released in 1979 on the album “The Message Is Love.”
9. George Duke – No Rhyme, No Reason
George Duke was a composer, producer, and singer of popular mainstream music as well as jazz. He released “No Rhyme, No Reason” on the album “Snapshot” in 1992.
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