Stevland Hardaway Morris (né Judkins; born May 13, 1950), better known by his stage name Stevie Wonder, is an American singer, songwriter, musician and record producer. A prominent figure in popular music, he is one of the most successful musicians of the 20th century. Wonder's "classic period", between 1972 and 1977, is noted for his funky keyboard style, personal control of production, and series of songs integrated with one another to make a concept album.
Few artists have had the impact Stevie Wonder had in the '70s. His legacy started a decade earlier, when Motown tried to shape the 11-year-old blind singer and harmonica player into a junior version of Ray Charles. But, as you'll see in our list of Stevie Wonder Albums Ranked Worst to Best, his legend and influence grew in the '70s.
Stevie Wonder 11-07-2014. Total duration:54 min. 01. Hallelujah I Love Her So. Stevie Wonder. The Very Best of Little Stevie Wonder. 04. Bam. 07. Drown in My Own Tears.
What are the best albums by Stevie Wonder? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Stevie Wonder is ranked number 66 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 48,900. Members who like this artist also like: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan.
From his days as Little Stevie Wonder to becoming one of the all-time great soul singers, Stevie has written and performed countless classics over the decades. Here are 20 of the very best to make the ultimate Stevie Wonder beginners' playlist: 20. Da-Day'. This was the first single to showcase Stevie Wonder’s talents at the clavinet keyboard, and was one of his first successful co-written tracks during his 1960s Motown period. The song sees the singer warn a rival that their treatment of their girlfriend will only send her into his arms. Taken from Stevie's iconic Songs in the Key of Life album, this song focuses on his childhood from the 1950s into the early 1960s. The song was a top five hit in the UK, while it topped the US charts in 1976. This was the song that introduced 'Little' Stevie Wonder to the world, and proving just what a genius he is, aged just 12 at the time.
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CreditsClarance Paul - Featured Artist
Stevie Wonder - Primary Artist
|2||The Masquerade Is Over||Stevie Wonder||4:22|
|3||Hallelujah I Love Her So||Stevie Wonder||2:34|
|5||Session Number 112||Stevie Wonder||3:17|
|6||Come Back Baby||Stevie Wonder||2:52|
|8||La La La La La La||Stevie Wonder||2:19|
|9||The Square||Stevie Wonder||3:02|
|10||I Call It Pretty Music But the Old People Call It BLUES, Pt. 1||Stevie Wonder||2:33|
|11||I Call It Pretty Music But the Old People Call It BLUES, Pt. 2||Stevie Wonder||2:51|
|12||Soul Bongo||Stevie Wonder||2:19|
|13||Don't You Know||Stevie Wonder||3:09|
|14||Manhattan at Six||Stevie Wonder||3:44|
|15||Ain't That Love||Stevie Wonder||2:47|
|17||Little Water Boy||Stevie Wonder||2:36|
|18||Some Other Time||Stevie Wonder||5:09|
|19||Frankie Johnny Years||Stevie Wonder||2:52|
|20||My Baby's Gone||Stevie Wonder||2:31|
|22||Contract on Love||Stevie Wonder||2:12|
|23||Mary Ann||Stevie Wonder||2:59|
|24||Drown in My Own Tears||Stevie Wonder||4:02|