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  Stevie-Wonder.net - A Great Singer-Songwriter And Humanitarian
Even as a child, Wonder was never deterred by his handicap, beginning to learn the piano at the age of seven and mastering both the drums and the harmonica by the age of nine.
Stevies first two albums were released in 1962: A Tribute to Uncle Ray, which consisted of covers of Stevie's idol Ray Charles, and The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie, a jazz album showcasing his instrumental skills on piano, harmonica, and percussion.
Wonder reemerged triumphant in 1965, dropping the "Little" portion of his name and releasing the dance oriented smash "Uptight (Everything's Alright)." The song was number one in R&B and reached the Top Five on the pop charts.
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  Music: Stevie Wonder Back on Tour - Newsweek Entertainment - MSNBC.com
Stevie Wonder discusses his career highlights—and his surprise decision to return to the road after a decade of not touring.
Wonder, 57, has given a few select performances worldwide in the intervening years, including the Live 8 show in 2005, and even an “American Idol” appearance, but hasn’t toured in more than a decade.
Stevie Wonder: In May of last year I lost my mother, and it was obviously a traumatic experience for all of us in the family.
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  Stevie Wonder - Music Downloads - Online
Wonder topped the charts with the gutsy, driving funk classic "Superstition" and the mellow, jazzy ballad "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," which went on to become a pop standard; those two songs went on to win three Grammys between them.
Wonder was lucky to be alive to enjoy the success; while being driven to a concert in North Carolina, a large timber fell on Wonder's car.
In 1981, Wonder began work on a follow-up album that was plagued by delays, suggesting that he might not be able to return to the visionary heights of old.
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 Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder mastered Motown's distinctive fusion of pop and soul and went on to compose far more idiosyncratic music, an ambitious hybrid of sophisticated Tin Pan Alley chord changes an RandB energy, infected with jazz, reggae, and African Rhythms.
Stevie Wonder was placed in an incubator and given too much oxygen, causing permanent sight loss.
Stevie in fact did not release an album during that period because he was working on what would be his masterpiece double album entitled Songs in the Key of Life, released in 1976.
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 Stevie Wonder
After turning 21, Wonder wrested artistic control over his career from the Motown hit-making factory; the results were such No. 1 hits as “Superstition”; (1972), “You Are the Sunshine of My Life” (1973), “I Wish”; (1976) and “Sir Duke” (1977).
January 21, 1973: Superstition (Stevie Wonder) was a hit.
October 4, 1980: Stevie Wonder’s tribute to Bob Marley, the reggaefied “Master Blaster (Jammin’),” enters the singles charts.
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  Stevie Wonder - Classic Motown
Born in Saginaw, Michigan, Stevie Wonder moved to Detroit at an early age and has become one of that city's most famous sons.
Stevie turned the ripe age of 21; he rejected his previous recording agreements and negotiated the freedom to become a musical pioneer.
Stevie continued his success into the 1980's with his Hotter Than July album, which became the springboard that launched his campaign to have January 15 the birthday of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, declared a U.S. national holiday.
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  Stevie Wonder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stevie Wonder in Salvador, Brazil, in July 12, 2006.
Besides Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder was one of the few Motown stars to contest the label's factory-like operation methods: artists, songwriters, and producers were usually kept in specialized collectives with little or no overlap, and artists had no creative control.
Wonder performed at the pre-game show for Super Bowl XL in Detroit in early 2006, singing various hit singles (with his four-year-old son on drums) and accompanying Aretha Franklin during "The Star Spangled Banner".
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 Stevie Wonder
In August of 1973, Stevie Wonder was involved in a near fatal accident on the way to a concert in North Carolina when his car was crushed by timber.
Stevie was comatose for nearly a day and lost his sense of smell due to the crash.
Stevie in fact did not release an album during that period because he was working on what would be his masterpiece double album entitled "Songs in the Key of Life", released in 1976.
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 Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder is renowned rock-and-roll and rhythm-and-blues composer, lyricist, and performer.
Wonder's father was an abusive lout, and his mother was a hard-nosed, sometime hooker.
Little Stevie Wonder was born premature and rushed into an incubator, where he received an excess of oxygen, leaving him blind within hours.
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 VH1.com : Stevie Wonder : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Wonder topped the charts with the gutsy, driving funk classic "Superstition" and the mellow, jazzy ballad "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," which went on to become a pop standard; those two songs went on to win three Grammys between them.
Wonder was lucky to be alive to enjoy the success; while being driven to a concert in North Carolina, a large timber fell on Wonder's car.
In 1981, Wonder began work on a follow-up album that was plagued by delays, suggesting that he might not be able to return to the visionary heights of old.
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 Kennedy Center: Biographical information for Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder has been an integral part of the world of music for the past four decades, as a singer, songwriter, musician and producer.
The boy wonder burst onto the music scene when he was just ten years old, and his mission ever since has been to bring joy into people's lives.
Wonder's lyrics began to address social and racial issues as eloquently and incisively as any other artist or social activist.
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 Q: Stevie Wonder Liner Notes
Stevie Wonder is one of the most influential and revered figures in the world of music.
Stevie's talent as a musician flourished as he played nearly all of the instruments on his recordings, and his creative skills as a producer and arranger became notably evident.
Stevie drew thousands of people together to celebrate the very potential of helping a life that had not yet begun...a life to be made possible.
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 Stevie Wonder Page
Wonder married fellow Motown artist Syreeta on 14th September 1970; he premiered many of his new production techniques on 'Syreeta' (1972) and 'Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta' (1974), for which he also wrote most of the material.
Stevie Wonder was born Steveland Judkins, however, he now prefers to be known as Steveland Morris after his mother's married name.
Wonder then used these recordings as a lever to persuade Motown to offer a more open contract, which gave him total artistic control over his music, plus the opportunity to hold the rights to the music publishing with his own company, Black Bull Music.
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 Stevie Wonder
Wonder's harmonica playing is already distinctive ("Some Other Time"), and his drumming is pretty good ("Manhattan At Six"), but his piano and organ playing give no hint of his later accomplishments.
You've probably heard Stevie's solo on "Isn't She Lovely," but you may not be familiar with my favorite Wonder composition of all, "Knocks Me Off My Feet," which combines a simple theme with flights of incredibly harmonic sophistication, firmly anchored on Earth by a solid drum hook on the chorus.
The record is too long and Stevie is still indulging himself in tedious jams, plus he's gone overboard with 80s electronic kitsch such as drum machines (why would one of the hottest drummers on the planet have to resort to such a gimmick?).
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 Stevie Wonder Web
Stevie Wonder is a much-beloved American icon and an indisputable genius not only of R&B but popular music in general...
Stevie Wonder is an American singer and songwriter, who had his first success on the Motown label at age 13.
Blind since infancy, Wonder began playing the piano at the age of 4 and was a proficient singer and instrumentalist by the age of 13, when his first hit, “Fingertips Part 2” (1963), was released by Motown, at which time he was given his professional name.
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 Stevie Wonder
, who signed him up as 'Little Stevie Wonder' when he was only 12 years old, he gradually released a striking array of innovative music that would influence the world of contemporary music as we know it today.
In the early 1970's Stevie pioneered the use of synthesizers, a venture that hugely influenced the face of popular music.
Stevie Wonder is without question one of the great personalities in music history.
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 Stevie Wonder Biography News Video Lyric Music Picture Wallpaper
Stevie Wonders pop fame is revived when rap star Coolio turns his "Pastime Paradise" into 1995s smash hit "Gangsta's Paradise, as well as when his hit duet with Babyface, "How Come, How Long," is popularized in 1996.
Stevie returns to the spotlight in 2005 with the release of A Time 2Love, as classic an album as his memorable previous works.
Stevies dedication to music is rewarded numerous times - in 1989 he is inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and over the years he becomes recipient of 22 Grammy awards.
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 Stevie Wonder 网站 - (史蒂夫-旺达)
Beginning in the early 1970s, Stevie Wonder released a phenomenal string of albums that positioned him as one of the prevailing forces in soul music at the time.
Stevie Wonder fans got more than they bargained for last night (Nov. 17), as Tony Bennett and Prince made surprise appearances during the R&B legend's sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden.
It was Wonder's first headlining concert in the city since 1996.
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 Stevie Wonder Debuts His New Music
Stevie Wonder made us laugh and sing and get up off our chairs to dance!
Stevie Wonder's back with his first new music in 10 years!
Stevie Wonder's new album A Time 2 Love will be in stores July 27.
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 Stevie Wonder Lyrics part 1, Photos, Pictures, Paroles, Letras, Text for every songs
Wonder topped the charts with the gutsy, driving funk classic "Superstition" and the mellow, jazzy ballad "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," which went on to become a pop standard; those two songs went on to win three Grammys between them.
Wonder was lucky to be alive to enjoy the success; while being driven to a concert in North Carolina, a large timber fell on Wonder's car.
In 1981, Wonder began work on a follow-up album that was plagued by delays, suggesting that he might not be able to return to the visionary heights of old.
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 Stevie Wonder
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 Stevie Wonder: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
A TSA agent frisked Stevie Wonder yesterday at the LAX airport after some of his bling or something set off the metal detector.
Stevie Wonder - I just called to say I envoyé par hakim93200 No New Year's Day to celebrate No chocolate covered candy hearts to give away No first of spring No song to sing In fact here's just another ordinary day No April rain No flowers bloom No wedding Saturday within the month
STEVIE WONDER AT PHILIPS ARENA LAST THURSDAY: It was 25 years ago, but he still beats himself up over “Ebony & Ivory.” (photo by Perry Julien)
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 Stevie Wonder Web (en Français) - Nouvelle version 2005
Le site le plus complet sur Stevie Wonder, actualité, nouveauté, dates de concert, discographie détaillée avec extraits audio, toutes les paroles, des tonnes de photos, de rares témoignages sonores à télécharger, et plein d'autres merveilles...
La sortie de A Time 2 Love, le nouvel album de Stevie Wonder, est attendue au mois d'avril.
Homme orchestre, aussi à l'aise sur une batterie qu'au piano ou au chant, Stevie Wonder enregistre presque seul la plupart de ses albums depuis les année 70.
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