Song of the Day #2,526: ‘Big Brother’ – Stevie Wonder

stevie_wonder_talking_bookStevie Wonder released not one but two classic albums in 1972 — Music of My Mind in March and Talking Book in October.

He followed those records with Innervisions, Fulfillingness’ First Finale and Songs in the Key of Life over the next four years.

You could say it was a productive period for Stevie.

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Song of the Day #325: ‘Superstition’ – Stevie Wonder

stevieOK, now I’m going to blow your mind.

Stevie Wonder was just 22 years old when he released Talking Book, the critically-acclaimed album that contained ‘Superstition.’ No, that’s not the part that should blow your mind. This is: It was his 17th album!

Seventeen albums in ten years, starting as a boy of 12. And he followed up Talking Book with a trio of albums as well-reviewed and well-loved as any ever recorded: Innervisions, Fulfillingness’ First Finale and Songs in the Key of Life. Then he turned 26.

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