Stevie Wonder

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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.wikipedia
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Superstition (song)

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1 hit "Superstition".
"Superstition" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder.

Fingertips

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In 1963, the single "Fingertips" was a No.
"Fingertips" is a 1963 hit single recorded live by "Little" Stevie Wonder for Motown's then Tamla label.

Innervisions

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Innervisions (1973) won Album of the Year at the 16th Grammy Awards.
Innervisions is the 16th studio album by American musician Stevie Wonder, released August 3, 1973, on the Tamla label for Motown Records, a landmark recording of his "classic period".

Talking Book

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Wonder started his "classic period" with Music of My Mind and Talking Book (both 1972), the latter of which featured the No.
Talking Book is the fifteenth studio album by Stevie Wonder, released on October 28, 1972.

Fulfillingness' First Finale

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Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) also won Album of the Year at the 17th Annual Grammy Awards.
Fulfillingness' First Finale is a 1974 album by Stevie Wonder; widely considered one of the albums from his "classic period".

Songs in the Key of Life

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Songs in the Key of Life (1976) won Album of the Year at the 19th Annual Grammy Awards, making Wonder, along with Frank Sinatra, the most Album of the Year's winner with three.
Songs in the Key of Life is the eighteenth album by American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Stevie Wonder.

Grammy Award for Album of the Year

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Innervisions (1973) won Album of the Year at the 16th Grammy Awards.
He is followed by Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon (as performers), David Foster, Phil Ramone, Daniel Lanois, Ryan Tedder (as record producers), Bob Ludwig (as mastering engineer), Mike Piersante, Tom Elmhirst, Serban Ghenea & John Hanes (as engineers/mixers) with three victories each.

16th Annual Grammy Awards

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Innervisions (1973) won Album of the Year at the 16th Grammy Awards.

Music of My Mind

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Wonder started his "classic period" with Music of My Mind and Talking Book (both 1972), the latter of which featured the No.
Music of My Mind is the fourteenth studio album by American soul musician Stevie Wonder.

Grammy Award records

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Songs in the Key of Life (1976) won Album of the Year at the 19th Annual Grammy Awards, making Wonder, along with Frank Sinatra, the most Album of the Year's winner with three.

17th Annual Grammy Awards

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Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) also won Album of the Year at the 17th Annual Grammy Awards.

19th Annual Grammy Awards

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Songs in the Key of Life (1976) won Album of the Year at the 19th Annual Grammy Awards, making Wonder, along with Frank Sinatra, the most Album of the Year's winner with three.

Clavinet

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It is one of the most distinctive and famous examples of the sound of the Hohner Clavinet keyboard.

Ronald White

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In 1961, when aged 11, Wonder sang his own composition, "Lonely Boy", to Ronnie White of the Miracles; White then took Wonder and his mother to an audition at Motown, where CEO Berry Gordy signed Wonder to Motown's Tamla label.
White was also known for bringing Stevie Wonder to the attention of Motown Records and songwriting several hit singles for the Miracles and other artists including The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, and Mary Wells.

Uptight (Everything's Alright)

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Dropping the "Little" from his name, Moy and Wonder worked together to create the hit "Uptight (Everything's Alright)", and Wonder went on to have a number of other hits during the mid-1960s, including "With a Child's Heart", and "Blowin' in the Wind", a Bob Dylan cover, co-sung by his mentor, producer Clarence Paul.
"Uptight (Everything's Alright)" is a 1965 hit single recorded by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder for the Tamla (Motown) label.

The Tears of a Clown

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He also began to work in the Motown songwriting department, composing songs both for himself and his label mates, including "The Tears of a Clown", a No.
"The Tears of a Clown" is a song written by Hank Cosby, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder and originally recorded by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles for the Tamla Records label subsidiary of Motown, first appearing on the 1967 album Make It Happen.

Tribute to Uncle Ray

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Tribute to Uncle Ray was recorded first, when Wonder was still 11 years old.
Tribute to Uncle Ray is the second studio album by Stevie Wonder.

The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie

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The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie was recorded next, an instrumental album consisting mainly of Paul's compositions, two of which, "Wondering" and "Session Number 112", were co-written with Wonder.
The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie is the debut studio album by Stevie Wonder (then billed as Little Stevie Wonder) released in September 1962 on the Tamla Motown label.

Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius

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At the Regal Theater, Chicago, his 20-minute performance was recorded and released in May 1963 as the album Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius.
Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius is the first live album by Stevie Wonder.

Muscle Beach Party

During 1964, Wonder appeared in two films as himself, Muscle Beach Party and Bikini Beach, but these were not successful either.
Dick Dale and the Del-Tones and Stevie Wonder appear in musical numbers, the latter aged thirteen and making his film debut, billed as "Little Stevie Wonder."

Berry Gordy

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In 1961, when aged 11, Wonder sang his own composition, "Lonely Boy", to Ronnie White of the Miracles; White then took Wonder and his mother to an audition at Motown, where CEO Berry Gordy signed Wonder to Motown's Tamla label.
As a record producer, he launched the Miracles and signed acts like the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, the Four Tops, Gladys Knight & the Pips and Stevie Wonder.

Syreeta Wright

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In September 1970, at the age of 20, Wonder married Syreeta Wright, a songwriter and former Motown secretary.
Wright's career heights were songs in collaboration with her ex-husband Stevie Wonder and musical artist Billy Preston.

Eivets Rednow

In 1968 he recorded an album of instrumental soul/jazz tracks, mostly harmonica solos, under the title Eivets Rednow, which is "Stevie Wonder" spelled backwards.
Eivets Rednow is an easy listening instrumental album by Stevie Wonder released on the Gordy Records label in 1968.

Lula Mae Hardaway

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Wonder was born Stevland Hardaway Judkins in Saginaw, Michigan, on May 13, 1950, the third of six children born to Calvin Judkins and songwriter Lula Mae Hardaway.
Lula Mae Hardaway (January 11, 1930 in Eufaula, Alabama – May 31, 2006 in Los Angeles, California) was an American songwriter and the mother of soul musician Stevie Wonder.

I Was Made to Love Her (song)

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Nonetheless, he managed to score several hits between 1968 and 1970 such as "I Was Made to Love Her", "For Once in My Life" and "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours".
"I Was Made to Love Her" is a hit single recorded by American soul musician Stevie Wonder for Motown's Tamla label in 1967.