Title: ...as Life Withers
Style: Doom Metal, Death Metal
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Just As I Am is the debut studio album of American soul musician Bill Withers, released in 1971 on Sussex Records. The album features the hit single "Ain't No Sunshine", which was ranked at number 280 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Booker T. Jones produced, arranged, and played keyboards and guitar on Just As I Am, alongside bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn and drummer Al Jackson Jr. of Booker T. & the . s, with Stephen Stills on lead guitar.
Album Name As the Flower Withers. Released date 22 May 1992. Labels Peaceville Records. Recorded at Academy Music Studios. Music StyleDeath Doom. Members owning this album170. Re-Issue in 2004 with One Bonustrack.
Withers poured all of his pain from the breakup into his 1974 LP +’Justments. It was like a diary, says Questlove. That album was a pre-reality-show look at his life. Keep in mind this was years before Marvin Gaye did it with Here, My Dear. Withers was also unhappy on the road. The Legend-Roots album with Left Handed won three Grammys, but Withers was unimpressed. I won’t give up, says Questlove.
Fadeth Fall Flower Flowers Forever Grass Riseth Stand Stands Withered Withereth Withers. Alphabetical: and but fades fall flower flowers forever God grass of our stands The withers word.
Released November 21, 2014. As one of Florida rapper, XXXTENTACION’s earlier EPs, The Fall exemplifies some of X’s more rarer tracks. It consists of only five songs and showcases some of his versatility, ranging from somber songs such as Never and The Fall to more ominous, boom-bap ones like FuckABitchFace and White Girl.
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Our Fall lover had a shortlist of 23 songs, which he then ‘whittled down’ to 46. But pity the man picking only 10 from the catalogue of Mark E Smith. From the following year’s Extricate album, Bill Is Dead (the title actually references his father’s late friend) is untypically candid, reflective and melancholy, as the great Craig Scanlon provides a beautiful tune for Smith to sarcastically but movingly croon: These are the greatest times of my life.
No Regrets is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Elisabeth Withers, released by E1 Records on September 14, 2010. The album features contributions by Toby Gad (who produced for her first album), Gordon Chambers, Carvin & Ivan, Barry Eastmond, Peter Lord, Clarence Blakely and Bob Antoine. The book covers the period from the early days of his life, his tenure with Kiss, solo career up to today. The book also contains various pictures from Frehley's life. The design was done by Joe O'Meara. Frehley noted that he is in process of writing a follow-up to No Regrets.
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|3||Fallen Leaves Of July||5:05|