Stevie Wonder: Master Blaster (Jammin’)

Stevie Wonder: Master Blaster (Jammin’)

Master Blaster (Jammin’) by the inimitable Stevie Wonder. This 1980 hit has a reggae feel to it and the is considered an ode to …

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Stevie Wonder: That Girl

Stevie Wonder: That Girl

Here’s a live version from 1982 of Stevie Wonder’s That Girl which was a hit for him that same year. The soul hit continues …

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Stevie Wonder: I Just Called to Say I Love You

Stevie Wonder: I Just Called to Say I Love You

I Just Called to Say I Love You is from the movie The Woman in Red. Written, produced and song by Stevie Wonder topped …

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Stevie Wonder: Part Time Lover

Stevie Wonder: Part Time Lover

Stevie Wonder became the first artist to have a number one hit on four different Billboard charts with a single song when Part Time Lover …

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USA for Africa: We Are the World

USA for Africa: We Are the World

A huge amount of the biggest stars in music came together in 1985 to record the Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson written We Are the …

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Dionne Warwick & Friends: That’s What Friends are For

Dionne Warwick & Friends: That’s What Friends are For

Dionne Warwick gathered a few friends: Gladys Knight, Elton John and Stevie Wonder to come together for a one time only recording of That’s What …

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Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder: Ebony and Ivory

Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder: Ebony and Ivory

Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder sang the duet Ebony and Ivory in 1982. The song topped the charts for seven weeks, making it McCartney’s …

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