…in case you were wondering. I won’t draw this one out for too long as not much else can be said about him. All I’ll say is Continue reading ‘It’s Stevie Wonder’s Birthday Today…’
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Many moons ago you could find the kid hammering away on some ivory keys over a tune he couldn’t give a care about. I knew I had musical talent growing up since playing piano wasn’t that difficult and the sax was even easier. But I never truly applied myself b/c other things (and distractions) were flat out more fun. Continue reading ‘Brushing Up On The Piano…’
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It’s an understatement to say Mr. Wonder is a great singer/songwriter. His contributions to American music not only transcend genres. His fanbase has reach across many generations WORLDWIDE so it’s safe to say he’s a national treasure. Dude’s subject matter has reach beyond love songs too. He’s scribed about economic hardship, depression, society’s ills and even Christianity among other topics. I’m a huge fan of this living legend If you couldn’t already tell. He always finds a way to get spins on my iTunes despite the abundance of rap&BS in my library.
I have so many favorites from his catalog that I’d be here all night if I listed them all. So I decided to share a few favorites with you all. Keep in mind this is not a “top Stevie Wonder” list at all. Well now that that’s settled lets get to the good stuff. Continue reading ‘What Are Your Favorite Stevie Wonder Songs?’
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Backpackers get your Jansports ready. Here’s a free mixtape to hold you over until The Renaissance drops next week. It’s got some classics, some unreleased stuff, and it features getting up off the upcoming album. There’s also a track called “Feva” produced by J Dilla that’ll be in the UK release of The Renaissance. Hit the jump for a tracklist and a link. Thank Gotty at TSS for upping this over a month ago and getrightmusic for the link.