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Stevie Wonder - A Something's Extra For "Songs In The Key Of Life" flac album

Stevie Wonder - A Something's Extra For "Songs In The Key Of Life" flac album
Title:
A Something's Extra For "Songs In The Key Of Life"
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Style:
Soul
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FLAC album size:
1501 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

A prominent figure in popular music during the latter half of the 20th century, Wonder has recorded more than thirty top ten hits, won 22 Grammy Awards, plus one for lifetime achievement, won an Academy Award for Best Song and been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Songwriters halls of fame

All tracks written by Stevie Wonder except where noted. Another Star - 8:23 EP A Something's Extra Bonus: 18. Saturn (Stevie Wonder, Mike Sembello) - 4:53 19. Ebony Eyes - 4:08 20. All Day Sucker - 5:04 21.

He took his life experience and put them all into Songs in the Key of Life, Motown founder Berry Gordy reflected in a 1997 documentary. Saturn, a track on the album’s bonus EP, A Something’s Extra, also began as a fond look backwards. The lyrical location was originally Saginaw, Wonder’s Michigan birthplace, and intended as homage to his home in the mold of the Jackson 5’s Goin’ Back to Indiana. Sessions for Songs on the Key of Life yielded some of the finest songs in his entire canon, including the celestial Knocks Me off My Feet, the intricate harmonies of Love’s in Need of Love Today and the Herbie Hancock-assisted As. After basic recording was complete, Wonder insisted on endlessly remixing the tracks in an unlimited series of configurations.

Stevie Wonder ’s legacy ranks among the most powerful in pop music, though his story remains elusive. His songwriting and his voice echo through virtually all R&B-related sounds that have followed him, from Michael Jackson to R. Kelly to Kanye West, yet there is no major biography, no documentary, nothing that presents the full sweep of the most dominant and defining artist of the 1970s. The album-two LPs plus an additional four-song EP-was the culmination of a historic period of creativity, a concentrated burst of music matched only by a handful of artists (mid-’60s Bob Dylan, early ’70s Rolling Stones, ’80s Prince ).

Songs in the Key of Life is the eighteenth album by American recording artist Stevie Wonder, released on September 28, 1976, by Motown Records, through its division Tamla Records. It was the culmination of his "classic period" albums. The album was recorded primarily at Crystal Sound studio in Hollywood, with some sessions recorded at the Record Plant in Hollywood, the Record Plant in Sausalito, and The Hit Factory in New York City. Final mixing was performed at Crystal Sound.

Find out more about the artist and the album. gr A Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. One of those rare double albums (double and a half, really, since it originally came out on 2LPs and an EP), Songs In the Key of Life might just be Stevie Wonder’s true masterpiece. Rarely have I found such an uplifting set of songs which manage to avoid schmaltz and address hard political issues whilst at the same time maintaining an upbeat attitude. It’s almost impossible not to have your spirits lifted when it comes on, and musically speaking it’s also incredibly adventurous, with Stevie not only knocking out some all-time soul classics but also dabbling in funk, jazz fusion, a little prog.

The magnum opus of Stevie Wonder, this epic double LP that spans almost one hour and a half is one of the most influential and acclaimed albums of all time. It reached position on the Billboard 200, won multiple Grammys including Album of the Year, was voted as the best album of the year in The Village Voice’s annual Pazz & Jop critics poll and is consistenly ranked as one the greatest albums of all times. Songs In the Key of Life Q&A. Producers Stevie Wonder.

The story goes that Songs In The Key Of Life is an album that nearly didn’t get made. In 1975, Stevie Wonder was reported to be seriously considering leaving the music industry to go and work with handicapped children in Ghana; a noble idea, certainly, but surely few who’ve heard his double-LP (plus bonus EP) opus would deny that philanthropy’s loss was very much music’s gain.