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Re: The A-Number-1 Best Song(s) of All Time: Objectively
« Reply #60 on: August 23, 2021, 12:34:26 PM »
Superstition - Stevie Wonder

I highly recommend this enthusiastic and informative discussion of Superstition and Stevie Wonder on a sports podcast. Yes, a sports podcast. The Stevie discussion starts at the 20 minute mark.
[]https://youtu.be/iUcihzoAVe8[]

Same podcast different episode discussed Stevie's As. That was good listening, too.

It took a local, funk-jazz band to turn me on to Stevie Wonder.  I sort of new him from Ebony and Ivory and other later 80’s music. As I wasn’t a huge Red Hot Chili Peppers fan though I liked their more commercial hits, I just assumed Higher Ground was an original.  Then one of the local bands would cover Superstition and Master Blaster (my fav) and that got me to go back and listen to more of his music.

You should also check out his Innervisions album. https://vimeo.com/426568023
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Re: The A-Number-1 Best Song(s) of All Time: Objectively
« Reply #61 on: August 23, 2021, 05:35:09 PM »
Will do…
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