superstition stevie wonder

Oct 17

During its first three years of show business, Wonder was presented as a girl of Ray Charles R & B mold, much has been made ​​of the fact that both were blind. In 1964, he appeared on screen in Muscle Beach Party and Bikini Beach. Locked (Number Three, 1966) included “I Was Made to Love” (Number Two, 1967), “For the first time in my life” (Number Two, 1968), and “Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da -Day “(Number Nine, 1968). Wonder style extended to Bob Dylan “Blowin ‘in the Wind” (Number Nine, 1966), the upbeat “A Place in the Sun” (Number Nine, 1968), and an instrumental version of “Alfie” Burt Bacharach superstition stevie wonder . In 1969, he hit the upper reaches the charts with the ballad “My Cherie Amour” (No. 4) and “Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday” (No. 7).


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