Bill Withers – Live at Carnegie Hall (MFSL 2LP 180g)

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MFSL 2-446
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0.40 KGS
2 x Vinyl LP
MFSL 2-446
Mobile Fidelity

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Product Overview

None other than Booker T. Jones produced for Stax Records in 19.0071, the debut album of the singer and guitarist Bill Withers. The "architect of the Memphis Soul" helped Withers directly to a chart success: Is not No Sunshine helped him to break through and achieved gold status. Throughout his career, many more hits, including the unforgettable Lean on Me and Use Me. 19.0073 followed Withers played with his band a concert in Carnegie Hall, which today is one of the jewels among the live albums of the 60s and 70s.

Withers shows on the stage of maturity and vulnerability. In his songs he negotiated serious issues such as poverty, war, adulthood, but also friendship, family and love - to preach with the utmost ease, directness and without. His voice is just as relaxed as she grooves, his band is a perfect unit. Bill Withers' Live at Carnegie Hall can come up with gems like James Brown Live at the Apollo and BB Let Kings Live at the Regal measure. A must for any record collection. The mastering for Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab took war Wunderlich, the 33er Reissue appears as double-180g vinyl LP in gatefold sleeve with consecutive serial number in limited edition.


1. Use Me

2. Friend of Mine

3. Ain’t No Sunshine

4. Grandma’s Hands

5. World Keeps Going Around

6. Let Me In Your Life

7. Better Off Dead

8. For My Friend

9. I Can’t Write Left Handed

10. Lean on Me

11. Lonely Town, Lonely Street

12. Hope She’ll Be Happier

13. Let Us Love

14. Harlem/Cold Baloney


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