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Bill Withers - Use Me Album
Funk
Performer: Bill Withers
Title: Use Me
Style: Soul
Year 1972
Country US
Label Sussex
Catalog Number SUX 241
Genre: Funk
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 962
MP3 size: 1390 mb
FLAC size: 1992 mb
WMA size: 1975 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM

Bill Withers - Use Me Album

Tracklist

1Use Me3:46
2Let Me In Your Life2:39

Credits

  • ProducerB. Blackmon, Bill Withers, J. Gadson, M. Dunlap, R. Jackson
  • Written-ByBill Withers

Notes

From the LP "Still Bill" SXBS 7014

Album

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