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Fulfillingness' First Finale (CD)

By: Stevie Wonder

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Stevie Wonder Artist Snapshot:

From 12-year-old multi-instrumentalist prodigy to groundbreaking adult songwriter and producer, Stevie Wonder is one of the handful of pop musicians who just about everybody agrees is possessed of genius. His 1960s recordings were great straight-up R&B, but his visionary '70s albums took pop and R&B where they'd never been before, incorporating electronics, reggae, and incredibly sophisticated melodic and harmonic development.

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1   Smile Please Buy Buy  
2   Heaven Is 10 Zillion Light Years Away Buy Buy  
3   Too Shy To Say Buy Buy  
4   Boogie On Reggae Woman Buy Buy  
5   Creepin' Buy Buy  
6   You Haven't Done Nothin' Buy Buy  
7   It Ain't No Use Buy Buy  
8   They Won't Go When I Go Buy Buy  
9   Bird Of Beauty Buy Buy  

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Album Description

Japanese exclusive reissue of 1974 album. Packaged in a miniature gatefold LP sleeve. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Motown. 2003.

Product Notes

Stevie Wonder was in the middle of a multi-album roll when he put out this funk and soul collection, clunky title and all, in 1974. As usual, he adds depth and unexpected touches to even the most straightforward love song--the moving piano ballad "Too Shy to Say" has a spooky feeling, as if "I want to fly away with you, until there's nothing more to do" is the saddest line he ever sang. The harder songs, such as the fuzzy funk of "Boogie On Reggae Woman" and the angry "doo-de-wop" attack on Richard Nixon in "You Haven't Done Nothin'," add urgency without sacrificing the album's cohesiveness. --Steve Knopper

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