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Stevie Wonder

Stevie Wonder is a much-beloved American icon and an indisputable genius not only of R&B but popular music in general. Blind virtually since birth, Wonder's heightened awareness of sound helped him create vibrant, colorful music teeming with life and ambition. Nearly everything he recorded bore the stamp of his sunny, joyous positivity; even when he addressed serious racial, social, and spiritual issues (which he did quite often in his prime), or sang about heartbreak and romantic uncertainty, an underlying sense of optimism and hope always seemed to emerge. Much like his inspiration, Ray Charles, Wonder had a voracious appetite for many different kinds of music, and refused to confine himself to any one sound or style. His best records were a richly eclectic brew of soul, funk, rock & roll, sophisticated Broadway/Tin Pan Alley-style pop, jazz, reggae, and African elements -- and they weren't just stylistic exercises; Wonder took it all and forged it into his own personal form of expression. His range helped account for his broad-based appeal, but so did his unique, elastic voice, his peerless melodic facility, his gift for complex arrangements, and his taste for lovely, often sentimental ballads. Additionally, Wonder's pioneering use of synthesizers during the '70s changed the face of R&B; he employed a kaleidoscope of contrasting textures and voices that made him a virtual one-man band, all the while evoking a surprisingly organic warmth. Along with Marvin Gaye and Isaac Hayes, Wonder brought R&B into the album age, crafting his LPs as cohesive, consistent statements with compositions that often took time to make their point. All of this made Wonder perhaps R&B's greatest individual auteur, rivaled only by Gaye or, in later days, Prince. Originally, Wonder was a child prodigy who started out in the general Motown mold, but he took control of his vision in the '70s, spinning off a series of incredible albums that were as popular as they were acclaimed; most of his reputation rests on these works, which most prominently include Talking Book, Innervisions, and Songs in the Key of Life. His output since then has been inconsistent, marred by excesses of sentimentality and less of the progressive imagination of his best work, but it's hardly lessened the reverence in which he's long been held.

Wonder was born Steveland Hardaway Judkins in Saginaw, Michigan, on May 13, 1950 (he later altered his name to Steveland Morris when his mother married). A premature infant, he was put on oxygen treatment in an incubator; it was likely an excess of oxygen that exacerbated a visual condition known as retinopathy of prematurity, causing his blindness. In 1954, his family moved to Detroit, where the already musically inclined Stevie began singing in his church's choir; from there he blossomed into a genuine prodigy, learning piano, drums, and harmonica all by the age of nine. While performing for some of his friends in 1961, Stevie was discovered by Ronnie White of the Miracles, who helped arrange an audition with Berry Gordy at Motown. Gordy signed the youngster immediately and teamed him with producer/songwriter Clarence Paul, under the new name Little Stevie Wonder. Wonder released his first two albums in 1962: A Tribute to Uncle Ray, which featured covers of Wonder's hero Ray Charles, and The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie, an orchestral jazz album spotlighting his instrumental skills on piano, harmonica, and assorted percussion. Neither sold very well, but that all changed in 1963 with the live album The 12 Year Old Genius, which featured a new extended version of the harmonica instrumental "Fingertips." Edited for release as a single, "Fingertips, Pt. 2" rocketed to the top of both the pop and R&B charts, thanks to Wonder's irresistible, youthful exuberance; meanwhile, The 12 Year Old Genius became Motown's first chart-topping LP.

Wonder charted a few more singles over the next year, but none on the level of "Fingertips, Pt. 2." As his voice changed, his recording career was temporarily put on hold, and he studied classical piano at the Michigan School for the Blind in the meantime. He dropped the "Little" portion of his stage name in 1964, and re-emerged the following year with the infectious, typically Motown-sounding dance tune "Uptight (Everything's Alright)," a number one R&B/Top Five pop smash. Not only did he co-write the song for his first original hit, but it also reinvented him as a more mature vocalist in the public's mind, making the similar follow-up "Nothing's Too Good for My Baby" another success. The first signs of Wonder's social activism appeared in 1966 via his hit cover of Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" and its follow-up, "A Place in the Sun," but as Motown still had the final say on Wonder's choice of material, this new direction would not yet become a major facet of his work.

By this time, Wonder was, however, beginning to take more of a hand in his own career. He co-wrote his next several hits, all of which made the R&B Top Ten -- "Hey Love," "I Was Made to Love Her" (an R&B number one that went to number two pop in 1967), and "For Once in My Life" (another smash that reached number two pop and R&B). Wonder's 1968 album For Once in My Life signaled his budding ambition; he co-wrote about half of the material and, for the first time, co-produced several tracks. The record also contained three more singles in the R&B chart-toppers "Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day," "You Met Your Match," and "I Don't Know Why." Wonder scored again in 1969 with the pop and R&B Top Five hit "My Cherie Amour" (which he'd actually recorded three years prior) and the Top Ten "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday." In 1970, Wonder received his first-ever co-production credit for the album Signed, Sealed & Delivered; he co-wrote the R&B chart-topper "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" with singer Syreeta Wright, whom he married later that year, and also scored hits with "Heaven Help Us All" and a rearrangement of the Beatles' "We Can Work It Out." In addition, two other Motown artists had major success with Wonder co-writes: the Spinners' "It's a Shame" and the Miracles' only pop number one, "Tears of a Clown."

1971 proved a turning point in Wonder's career. On his 21st birthday, his contract with Motown expired, and the royalties set aside in his trust fund became available to him. A month before his birthday, Wonder released Where I'm Coming From, his first entirely self-produced album, which also marked the first time he wrote or co-wrote every song on an LP (usually in tandem with Wright), and the first time his keyboard and synthesizer work dominated his arrangements. Gordy was reportedly not fond of the work, and it wasn't a major commercial success, producing only the Top Ten hit "If You Really Love Me" (plus a classic B-side in "Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer"). Nonetheless, it was clearly an ambitious attempt at making a unified album-length artistic statement, and served notice that Wonder was no longer content to release albums composed of hit singles and assorted filler. Accordingly, Wonder did not immediately renew his contract with Motown, as the label had expected; instead, he used proceeds from his trust fund to build his own recording studio and to enroll in music theory classes at USC. He negotiated a new deal with Motown that dramatically increased his royalty rate and established his own publishing company, Black Bull Music, which allowed him to retain the rights to his music; most importantly, he wrested full artistic control over his recordings, as Gaye had just done with the landmark What's Going On.

Freed from the dictates of Motown's hit-factory mindset, Wonder had already begun following a more personal and idiosyncratic muse. One of his negotiating chips had been a full album completed at his new studio; Wonder had produced, played nearly all the instruments, and written all the material (with Wright contributing to several tracks). Released under Wonder's new deal in early 1972, Music of My Mind heralded his arrival as a major, self-contained talent with an original vision that pushed the boundaries of R&B. The album produced a hit single in the spacy, synth-driven ballad "Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You)," but like contemporary work by Hayes and Gaye, Music of My Mind worked as a smoothly flowing song suite unto itself. Around the same time it was released, Wonder's marriage to Wright broke up; the two remained friends, however, and Wonder produced and wrote several songs for her debut album. The same year, Wonder toured with the Rolling Stones, taking his music to a larger white audience.

For the follow-up to Music of My Mind, Wonder refined his approach, tightening up his songcraft while addressing his romance with Wright. The result, Talking Book, was released in late 1972 and made him a superstar. Song for song one of the strongest R&B albums ever made, Talking Book also perfected Wonder's spacy, futuristic experiments with electronics, and was hailed as a magnificently realized masterpiece. Wonder topped the charts with the gutsy, driving funk classic "Superstition" and the mellow, jazzy ballad "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," which went on to become a pop standard; those two songs went on to win three Grammys between them. Amazingly, Wonder only upped the ante with his next album, 1973's Innervisions, a concept album about the state of contemporary society that ranks with Gaye's What's Going On as a pinnacle of socially conscious R&B. The ghetto chronicle "Living for the City" and the intense spiritual self-examination "Higher Ground" both went to number one on the R&B charts and the pop Top Ten, and Innervisions took home a Grammy for Album of the Year. Wonder was lucky to be alive to enjoy the success; while being driven to a concert in North Carolina, a large piece of timber fell on Wonder's car. He sustained serious head injuries and lapsed into a coma, but fortunately made a full recovery.

Wonder's next record, 1974's Fulfillingness' First Finale, was slightly more insular and less accessible than its immediate predecessors, and unsurprisingly, imbued with a sense of mortality. The hits, however, were the upbeat "Boogie On, Reggae Woman" (a number one R&B and Top Five pop hit) and the venomous Richard Nixon critique "You Haven't Done Nothin'" (number one on both sides). It won him a second straight Album of the Year Grammy, by which time he'd been heavily involved as a producer and writer on Syreeta's second album, Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta. Wonder subsequently retired to his studio and spent two years crafting a large-scale project that would stand as his magnum opus. Finally released in 1976, Songs in the Key of Life was a sprawling two-LP-plus-one-EP set that found Wonder at his most ambitious and expansive. Some critics called it brilliant but prone to excess and indulgence, while others hailed it as his greatest masterpiece and the culmination of his career; in the end, they were probably both right. "Sir Duke," an ebullient tribute to music in general and Duke Ellington in particular, and the funky "I Wish" both went to number one pop and R&B. The hit "Isn't She Lovely," a paean to Wonder's daughter, became something of a standard. Not surprisingly, Songs in the Key of Life won a Grammy for Album of the Year; in hindsight, though, it marked the end of a remarkable explosion of creativity and of Wonder's artistic prime.

Having poured a tremendous amount of energy into Songs in the Key of Life, Wonder released nothing for the next three years. When he finally returned in 1979, it was with the mostly instrumental Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants, ostensibly the soundtrack to a never-released documentary. Although it contained a few pop songs, including the hit "Send One Your Love," its symphonic flirtations befuddled most listeners and critics. It still made the Top Ten on the LP chart on Wonder's momentum alone -- one of the stranger releases to do so. To counteract possible speculation that he'd gone off the deep end, Wonder rushed out the straightforward pop album Hotter Than July in 1980. The reggae-flavored "Master Blaster (Jammin')" returned him to the top of the R&B charts and the pop Top Five, and "Happy Birthday" was part of the ultimately successful campaign to make Martin Luther King's birthday a national holiday (Wonder being one of the cause's most active champions). Artistically speaking, Hotter Than July was a cut below his classic '70s output, but it was still a solid outing; fans were so grateful to have the old Wonder back that they made it his first platinum-selling LP.

In 1981, Wonder began work on a follow-up album that was plagued by delays, suggesting that he might not be able to return to the visionary heights of old. He kept busy in the meantime, though; in 1982, his racial-harmony duet with Paul McCartney, "Ebony and Ivory," hit number one, and he released a greatest-hits set covering 1972-1982 called Original Musiquarium I. It featured four new songs, of which "That Girl" (number one R&B, Top Five pop) and the lengthy, jazzy "Do I Do" (featuring Dizzy Gillespie; number two R&B) were significant hits. In 1984, still not having completed the official follow-up to Hotter Than July, he recorded the soundtrack to the Gene Wilder comedy The Woman in Red, which wasn't quite a full-fledged Stevie Wonder album but did feature a number of new songs, including "I Just Called to Say I Love You." Adored by the public (it was his biggest-selling single ever) and loathed by critics (who derided it as sappy and simple-minded), "I Just Called to Say I Love You" was an across-the-board number one smash, and won an Oscar for Best Song.

Wonder finally completed the official album he'd been working on for nearly five years, and released In Square Circle in 1985. Paced by the number one hit "Part Time Lover" -- his last solo pop chart-topper -- and several other strong songs, In Square Circle went platinum, even if Wonder's synthesizer arrangements now sounded standard rather than groundbreaking. He performed on the number one charity singles "We Are the World" by USA for Africa and "That's What Friends Are For" by Dionne Warwick & Friends, and returned quickly with a new album, Characters, in 1987. While Characters found Wonder's commercial clout on the pop charts slipping away, it was a hit on the R&B side, topping the album charts and producing a number one hit in "Skeletons." It would be his final release of the '80s, a decade capped by his induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

New studio material from Wonder didn't arrive until 1991, when he provided the soundtrack to the Spike Lee film Jungle Fever. His next full album of new material, 1995's Conversation Peace, was a commercial disappointment, thought it did win two Grammys for the single "For Your Love." That same year, Coolio revived "Pastime Paradise" in his own brooding rap smash "Gangsta's Paradise," which became the year's biggest hit. Wonder capitalized on the renewed attention by cutting a hit duet with Babyface, "How Come, How Long," in 1996. During the early 2000s, Motown remastered and reissued Wonder's exceptional 1972-1980 run of solo albums (Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants excepted) and also released The Definitive Collection, a representative single-disc primer.

In 2005, after a decade had transpired without a new studio album, Wonder released A Time to Love, which was bolstered by collaborations with Prince and Paul McCartney, as well as one with daughter and "Isn't She Lovely" inspiration Aisha Morris. His far-reaching influence continued to be felt through samples, cover versions, and reinterpretations, highlighted by Robert Glasper Experiment and Lalah Hathaway's Grammy-winning version of "Jesus Children of America." Well into the late 2010s, Wonder continued to appear on albums by other artists, including Snoop Dogg, Raphael Saadiq, and Mark Ronson. All the while, Wonder regularly toured. From November 2014 through 2015, he celebrated the approaching 40th anniversary of Songs in the Key of Life with lengthy set lists that included all 21 songs of the classic album. ~ Steve Huey & Andy Kellman
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Selected Discography


Track List: A Time To Love

1. If Your Love Cannot Be Moved (feat. Kim Burrell)

2. Sweetest Somebody I Know

3. Moon Blue

4. From The Bottom Of My Heart

5. Please Don't Hurt My Baby

6. How Will I Know (feat. Aisha Morris)

7. My Love Is On Fire

8. Passionate Raindrops

9. Tell Your Heart I Love You

10. True Love

11. Shelter In The Rain

12. So What The Fuss

13. Can't Imagine Love Without You

14. Positivity (feat. Aisha Morris)

15. A Time To Love (feat. India Arie)


Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millenium Collection: The Best Of Stevie Wonder

1. Fingertips, Pt. 2 (Live)

2. Uptight (Everything's Alright)

3. Blowin' In The Wind

4. A Place In The Sun

5. I Was Made To Love Her

6. Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day

7. For Once In My Life

8. My Cherie Amou

9. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

10. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours

11. Heaven Help Us All

12. If You Really Love Me


Track List: The Definitive Collection

1. Fingertips (Part 2) (Live)

2. Uptight (Everything's Alright)

3. Hey Love

4. I Was Made To Love Her

5. For Once In My Life

6. My Cherie Amour

7. Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours

8. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

9. Superstition

10. Higher Ground

11. Living For The City

12. You Haven't Done Nothin'

13. Boogie On Reggae Woman

14. I Wish

15. Sir Duke

16. Masterblaster (Jammin')

17. That Girl

18. Do I Do

19. I Just Called To Say I Love You

20. Overjoyed

21. Part-Time Lover


Track List: Song Review

Disc 1

1. Part Time Lover

2. I Just Called To Say I Love You

3. Superstition

4. Sir Duke

5. My Cherie Amour

6. I Was Made To Love Her

7. Overjoyed

8. Hey Love

9. Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours

11. Ribbon In The Sky

13. Living For The City

15. Lately

16. Do I Do

Disc 2

1. Send One Your Love

3. All I Do

4. That Girl

5. For Your Love

6. I Wish

7. You Will Know

8. Boogie On Reggae Woman

9. Higher Ground

10. These Three Words

11. Stay Gold

12. Love Light In Flight

13. Kiss Lonely Good-Bye

14. Hold On To Your Dream

15. Redemption Song


Track List: Characters

1. You Will Know

2. Dark'n Lovely

3. In Your Corner

4. With Each Beat Of My Heart

5. One Of A Kind

6. Skeletons

7. Get It

8. Galaxy Paradise

9. Crying Trough The Night

10. Free

11. Come Let Me Make Your Love Come Down

12. My Eyes Don't Cry


Track List: In Square Circle

1. Part Time Lover

2. I Love You Too Much

3. Whereabouts

4. Stranger On The Shore Of Love

5. Never In Your Sun

6. Spiritual Walkers

7. Land Of La La

8. Go Home

9. Overjoyed

10. Its Wrong (Apartheid)


Track List: Hotter Than July

1. Did I Hear You Say You Love Me

2. All I Do

3. Rocket Love

4. I Ain't Gonna Stand For It

5. As If You Read My Mind

6. Master Blaster

7. Do Like You

8. Cash In Your Face

9. Lately

10. Happy Birthday


Track List: The Secret Life Of Plants Volume 1

Disc 1

1. Earth's Creation

2. The First Garden

3. Voyage To India

4. Same Old Story

5. Venus' Flytrap And The Bug

6. Ai No Sono

7. Seasons

8. Power Flower

10. Race Babbling

Disc 2

1. Send One Your Love

2. Outside My Window

3. Black Orchid

4. Ecclesiastes

5. Kesse Ye Lolo De Ye

6. Come Back As A Flower

8. The Secret Life Of Plants

9. Tree

10. Finale


Track List: Songs In The Key Of Life

Disc 1

1. Love's In Need Of Love Today

2. Have A Talk With God

3. Village Ghetto Land

4. Contusion

5. Sir Duke

6. I Wish

7. Knocks Me Off My Feet

8. Pastime Paradise

9. Summer Soft

10. Ordinary Pain

Disc 2

1. Isn't She Lovely

2. Joy Inside My Tears

3. Black Man

4. Ngiculela - Es Una Historia - I Am Singing

5. If It's Magic

6. As

7. Another Star

8. Saturn

9. Ebony Eyes

10. All Day Sucker

11. Easy Goin' Evening (My Mama's Call)


Track List: Fulfillingness' First Finale

1. Smile Please

2. Heaven Is 10 Zillion Light Years Away

3. Too Shy To Say

4. Boogie On Reggae Woman

5. Creepin

6. You Haven't Done Nothin'

7. It Ain't No Use

8. They Won't Go When I Go

9. Bird Of Beauty

10. Please Don't Go


Track List: Innervisions

1. Too High

2. Visions

3. Living For The City

4. Golden Lady

5. Higher Ground

6. Jesus Children Of America

7. All In Love Is Fair

8. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing

9. He's Misstra Know-It-All


Track List: Talking Book

1. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

2. Maybe Your Baby

3. You And I

4. Tuesday Heartbreak

5. You've Got It Bad Girl

6. Superstition

7. Big Brother

8. Blame It On The Sun

9. Lookin' For Another Pure Love

10. I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)


Track List: Music Of My Mind

1. Love Having You Around

2. Superwoman

3. I Love Every Little Thing About You

4. Sweet Little Girl

5. Happier Than The Morning Sun

6. Girl Blue

7. Seems So Long

8. Keep On Running

9. Evil


Track List: Greatest Hits Vol. 2

1. Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day

2. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours

3. If You Really Love Me

4. For Once In My Life

5. We Can Work It Out

6. You Met Your Match

7. Never Had A Dream Come True

8. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

9. My Cherie Amour

10. Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer

11. Travelin' Man

12. Heaven Help Us All


Track List: Where I'm Coming From

1. Look Around

2. Do Yourself A Favor

3. Think Of Me As Your Soldier

4. Something Out Of The Blue

5. If You Really Love Me

6. I Wanna Talk To You

7. Take Up A Course In Happiness

8. Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer

9. Sunshine In Their Eyes


Track List: Signed, Sealed And Delivered

1. Never Had A Dream Come True

2. We Can Work It Out

3. Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)

4. Heaven Help Us All

5. You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover

6. Sugar

7. Don't Wonder Why

8. Anything You Want Me To Do

9. I Can't Let My Heaven Walk Away

10. Joy (Takes Over Me)

11. I Gotta Have A Song

12. Something To Say


Track List: My Cherie Amour

1. My Cherie Amour

2. Hello Young Lovers

3. At Last

4. Light My Fire

5. The Shadow of Your Smile

6. You And Me

7. Pearl

8. Somebody Knows,Somebody Cares

9. Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday

10. Angie Girl

11. Give Your Love

12. I've Got You


Track List: For Once In My Life

1. For Once In My Life

2. Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day

3. You Met Your Match

4. I Wanna Make Her Love Me

5. I'm More Than Happy (I'm Satisfied)

6. I Don't Know Why

7. Sunny

8. I'd Be A Fool Right Now

9. Ain't No Lovin

10. God Bless The Child

11. Do I Love Her

12. The House On The Hill


Track List: Greatest Hits Vol.1

1. Uptight (Everything's Alright)

2. I'm Wondering

3. I Was Made To Love Her

4. Hey Love

5. Blowin' In The Wind

6. A Place In The Sun

7. Contract On Love

8. Work Out Stevie, Work Out

10. Castles In The Sand

11. Hey Harmonica Man

12. Nothing's Too Good For My Baby


Track List: I Was Made To Love Her

1. I Was Made To Love Her

2. Send Me Some Lovin'

3. I'd Cry

4. Everybody Needs Somebody (I Need You)

5. Respect

6. My Girl

7. Baby Don't You Do It

8. A Fool For You

9. Can I Get A Witness

10. I Pity The Fool

11. Please, Please, Please

12. Every Time I See You I Go Wild


Track List: Jungle Fever: Music From The Movie

1. Fun Day

2. Queen In The Black

3. These Three Words

4. Each Other's Throat

5. If She Breaks Your Heart

6. Gotta Have You

7. Make Sure You're Sure

8. Jungle Fever

9. I Go Sailing

10. Chemical Love

11. Lighting Up The Candles


Track List: Original Musiquarium I

Disc 1

1. Superstition

2. You Haven't Done Nothin

3. Living For The City

4. Front Line

5. Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You)

6. Send One Your Love

7. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

8. Ribbon In The Sky

Disc 2

1. Higher Ground

2. Sir Duke

3. Master Blaster (Jammin')

4. Boogie On Reggae Woman

5. That Girl

6. I Wish

7. Isn't She Lovely

8. Do I Do


Track List: With A Child's Heart (Radio Single)

1. With A Child's Heart


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DONT read this
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Gordy proved the market and walk away with $$$$$$$$$$$$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
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I'll leave a ribbon in the sky for you
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Dance with me Babe!!!
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There will never be artists like or more inspire ing
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Stevie can see just fine. It all started as a ploy to get people to buy his records and it worked so well he stayed with it.
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Living for the city is my all time favorite
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Hey Michelle I love how are you dreaming!!!
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Thank you so much foe showing us the meaning of music through our lives. Without old music we wouldn't know it is.
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you and I are a team and we will make it
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thank-you for singing that pretty song
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I called to say I love you too
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This music always takes me to a happy place. Thank God for Old School music. Not the meaningless dribble that passes for music now.
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Happy Birthday Stevie !
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of ur life. Tomorrow will be the best day of ur life. Now that u have started reading, don't stop. But if u read this and ignore it you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 mins. When ur done press the space bar on ur screen and ur crushes name will appear in big bold letters. This is so freaky it actually works
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of ur life. Tomorrow will be the best day of ur life. Now that u have started reading, don't stop. But if u read this and ignore it you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 mins. When ur done press the space bar on ur screen and ur crushes name will appear in big bold letters. This is so freaky it actually works
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SHOULD be the 8th 'Wonder of the World!'


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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Don't stop now this is freaky! But if you ignore this you will get bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 minutes when you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear
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fidelperezda r i a s
What a voice!!!
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This was one of Gary's songs he tried he got me flowers once a pearl bracelet we danced talked and held each other and had each other's number !!!!I don't know what world Tabs lived in ( the land of make believe
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Amazing artist and a beautiful soul. He makes Michigan proud
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Stevie is fantastic... . l o v e his music.
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Say mermaid 3 times , don't talk until you post this on 2 other songs then touch water.
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Can't get enough of Stevie!
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Stevie is the 8th WONDER of the world
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That's the sad part people has forgot good music
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Love's In Need Of Love relevant now a days
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Soldiers.... K e e p . . . o n . . . . . . . . X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O . ...LUVERS .KEEP ON....LUVING ! ! ! ! X X X X O O O X X O O O O
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Always loved the horn section on "Sir Duke" & it sounds like Stevie had fun recording it too!!
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LOVE the lyrics
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Best song ever
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Sambo true love for the childern of Israel Abraham Isaac and Jacob showing the whole world the truth
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I brought a bunch of CDs with me in the labor room when I had my son. Stevie Wonder was the CD that happened to be on when I gave birth. The song that was playing when they handed him to me? You are the Sunshine of my Life. I had planned to name him Stephen and his nickname has always been Stevie. Amazing coincidence or divine intervention ? ?
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Who attended the Songs in the Key of Life tour?! It was amazing and I was able to see how truly talented he is! Definitely a musical legend.
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An absolute wonder!!
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Uno! ❤️
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The best in the business. Truly God sent. Makes my day every time I hear a song of his
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Love sir duke
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YES..Rocking Randy Rabbit!!! THIS Lp IS the bomb!! Mr. Stevie wonder.....

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The musical genius of Stevie Wonder
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Checking stevie out going back in time
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