7 thoughts on “Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine” On Synths

    1. Martin – let me know if it works for you now!

      And, yes, the thumbnail reflects the video, or you’re holding it wrong.

      1. Works now. Thanks 🙂

        ‘You’re holding it wrong’… Ha! Well, i kinda like vertical video. Its interesting for an old editor like myself who remembers 4:3

  1. One of the things I love about the original song is that it is a cool slower groove with lots of kind of stark intensity.

    This version has some intensity with the vocal. The track is way faster. Kind of reminds me of “get shwifty”. I don’t mean that in a bad way.

    The tones are goofy– as if the sunlessness of her post exodus — is in an industrial-malfunction-scape.

    Is this different enough to warrant just writing a new song?

    1. Thanks. Its just more interesting for me to do a cover song by changing it dramatically. Ive done a few other old blues songs on youtube….but i guess this one did turn out quite synth poppy.
      But thanks 😉

    1. Ah, yes. Excellent.

      May I ask, just out of curiosity, and feel under no obligation to answer. Which songs fall under the category of ‘our’? Or perhaps just give me an example of the song that is the most sacred for you and your group?
      A song which, if it were ‘fucked up’ with ‘weird interpretations’. Would make you run out into the streets and shout: “LOOK AT WHAT HAS BEEN DONE!!!! Listen to this STRANGE and DERANGED version of our most sacred of music! Oh, the humanity”.

      Just checking.

      No, need to bother answer, if you havn’t got the time. In fact, don’t. Please.

      Best regards,

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