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Superstition
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composed by Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Quincy Jones, 1933-; performed by Quincy Jones, 1933-; in You've Got It Bad Girl (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2009), 5 mins
Quincy Jones followed up Smackwater Jack and his supervision of Donny Hathaway's Come Back Charleston Blue soundtrack with this, a mixed bag that saw him inching a little closer toward the R&B-dominated approach that reached full stride on the following Body Heat and peaked commercially with The Dude. That said, t...
composed by Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Quincy Jones, 1933-; performed by Quincy Jones, 1933-; in You've Got It Bad Girl (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2009), 5 mins
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To Know You Is To Love You
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composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Maxwell Davis, 1916-1970, Sid Feller, 1916-2006, Jimmie Haskell, 1936-2016 and Johnny Pate, 1923-; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Complete Collection (Universal Music, 2008), 4 mins
Collecting all three B.B. King sets in Geffen's digital download series into a 45-song sequence, this set is fairly revealing, showing King to be more versatile than most casual listeners would assume. Most of the essentials are here, including his signature "The Thrill Is Gone," "Every Day I Have the Blues," and...
composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Maxwell Davis, 1916-1970, Sid Feller, 1916-2006, Jimmie Haskell, 1936-2016 and Johnny Pate, 1923-; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Complete Collection (Universal Music, 2008), 4 mins
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To Know You Is To Love You
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composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Maxwell Davis, 1916-1970; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Favorites (Geffen, 2008), 4 mins
Another in Geffen's digital download series, this volume, called Favorites, collects some of the key tracks in B.B. King's sizeable portfolio, including his signature "The Thrill Is Gone," "Every Day I Have the Blues," and "When Love Comes to Town," among others, most of which feature plenty of his trademark sharp...
composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Maxwell Davis, 1916-1970; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Favorites (Geffen, 2008), 4 mins
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Have A Talk With God
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composed by Calvin Hardaway, fl. 1974 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Doug Wamble, 1972-; in Bluestate (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2008), 5 mins
Guitarist/vocalist Doug Wamble's second outing for Marsalis Music is a bit of a departure from the country blues-inflected sound of his debut disc, Country Libations. Featuring his longtime working ensemble of pianist Roy Dunlap, bassist Jeff Hanley, and drummer Peter Miles, Bluestate finds Wamble toning down his...
composed by Calvin Hardaway, fl. 1974 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Doug Wamble, 1972-; in Bluestate (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2008), 5 mins
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Motown Medley II
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composed by Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984, Henry Cosby, 1928-2002, Brian Holland, 1941-, Warren Moore, 1939-, Lamont Dozier, Clarence Paul, 1928-1995, Smokey Robinson, 1940-, Eddie Holland, 1939-, Sylvia Moy, 1939-, William Stevenson, 1940-, Marvin Tarplin, 1941-2011 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984; in Live At The Copa (HIP-O, 2007), 9 mins
composed by Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984, Henry Cosby, 1928-2002, Brian Holland, 1941-, Warren Moore, 1939-, Lamont Dozier, Clarence Paul, 1928-1995, Smokey Robinson, 1940-, Eddie Holland, 1939-, Sylvia Moy, 1939-, William Stevenson, 1940-, Marvin Tarplin, 1941-2011 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984; in Live At The Copa (HIP-O, 2007), 9 mins
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To Know You Is To Love You
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composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Dave Crawford, 1940-1988; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Why I Sing The Blues (Universal Music, 2007), 9 mins
composed by Syreeta Wright, 1946-2004 and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Dave Crawford, 1940-1988; performed by B. B. King, 1925-2015; in Why I Sing The Blues (Universal Music, 2007), 9 mins
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Motown #1's
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performed by Various Artists, Mary Wells, 1943-1992, Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984, Tammi Terrell, 1945-1970, Edwin Starr, 1942-2003, Diana Ross, 1944- and Michael McDonald, Martha and the Vandellas, The Temptations, The Supremes and The Miracles (Motown, 2007), 1 hour 19 mins
performed by Various Artists, Mary Wells, 1943-1992, Marvin Gaye, 1939-1984, Tammi Terrell, 1945-1970, Edwin Starr, 1942-2003, Diana Ross, 1944- and Michael McDonald, Martha and the Vandellas, The Temptations, The Supremes and The Miracles (Motown, 2007), 1 hour 19 mins
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Bring Your Sweet Stuff Home To Me
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composed by Anita Pointer, 1948-, Bonnie Pointer, 1950- and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Sonny Burke, 1914-1980; performed by The Pointer Sisters; in Having A Party (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
Released in 1977, Having a Party was the Pointer Sisters' final album during a five-year stint with Blue Thumb Records, and the ladies' first offering of new material sans co-founder June Pointer, who exited in late 1975. Despite the merriment intimated in the title (and the cover of the 1962 Sam Cooke hit), there...
composed by Anita Pointer, 1948-, Bonnie Pointer, 1950- and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; conducted by Sonny Burke, 1914-1980; performed by The Pointer Sisters; in Having A Party (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
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Sleeping Alone
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composed by Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by The Pointer Sisters; in Steppin' (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
Keeping their forward momentum at warp speed, the Pointer Sisters brought the effusive Steppin' to bear in summer 1975. Having already danced into the spotlight across their first three albums, it was no surprise when the David Rubinson-produced LP, which boasted one of the era's best cut-out sleeves (slingback hi...
composed by Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by The Pointer Sisters; in Steppin' (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
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I Was Made To Love Her
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composed by Henry Cosby, 1928-2002, Lulu Mae Hardaway, 1930-2006, Sylvia Moy, 1939- and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Jackson Five; in Joyful Jukebox Music / Boogie (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
composed by Henry Cosby, 1928-2002, Lulu Mae Hardaway, 1930-2006, Sylvia Moy, 1939- and Stevie Wonder, 1950-; performed by Jackson Five; in Joyful Jukebox Music / Boogie (HIP-O, 2006), 4 mins
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