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stevie wonder appreciation thread

Nesta

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ya baby! i have been listening to the funkmaster's music since i was 5 or 6. i can't get enough of his voice. any other fans out there?
 

kat

TRIBE Member
i get his songs stuck in my head for days

last week it was the duke
but i like that song..so it wasnt all badd :)

hurray!
 

Littlest Hobo

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I was listening to Stevie at the gym yesterday. Musical genius is applied way to often nowadays but it definately applicable to Wonder. Plays just about every instrument around extremely well and has a voice that can kill aliens. Imagine the shock when RHCP fans learn "Higher Ground" hear the original!!! Great thread Nesta.
 
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Big Cheese

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stevie owns



such a soft voice.....

i always liked his work... always

not like jacko stuff, where it's hit and miss

stevie wonder music is always class
 

janiecakes

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one of my favourite childhood memories is listening to my mum leave a message on the answering machine belonging to her boyfriend of maybe a year. i was about 8 years old, playing in the same room, and she sang 'i just called to say i love you'. she was about 25 at the time and now they've been together for 22 years.
 
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vveerrgg

TRIBE Promoter
master blaster...

Nesta. you are so right. we've heard him forever... and he's still all good. :) i'd like to see other artists claim that.
 

stir-fry

TRIBE Member
stevie is fuckin' great!

I have the following Bob Marley live set in which Stevie Wonder and his band make an onstage appearance.




RELEASE NAME.... Bob Marley Wailers - Live Wonder Dream 4oct75 Kingston:;`

Notes And Information About The Release

The first release from JahMon's secret Marley treasure
chest....
Bob Marley and the Wailers
LIVE at the Wonder Dream Concert, Kingston JA, October 4,

1975


This concert is one of the oddest and greatest moments in
all reggae history. The occasion was the visit to Jamaica of
the king of black music in the 70's -- Stevie Wonder. The
venue was the National Heroes Stadium in Kingston Jamaica.

The warm up band was to be Bob Marley and the Wailers. But not the current 1975 Wailers!

The Wailing Wailers -- Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny
Wailer -- together live onstage for the first time in two
years and the last time together forever.


The first four tracks are classic old Wailers sung by Bob.
The next two, classics retold by Bunny. The next three are
Toshes post-Wailers hits. Then some end-of-Wailers and
post-Wailers Bob tunes.

And in the oddest tune of all: the poorly played version of
I Shot the Sheriff is because it is Stevie Wonder's
excellent band trying to play reggae like the Wailer's. The
unrehearsed quality of it shows.



What is missing from this show is a version of Bob and
Stevie doing a duet of Superstition. Also, the Wailer's set
is missing the obvious closer of Get Up Stand Up.

Sound quality is acceotable but not great.



Enjoy
 
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Aleks

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by stir-fry

RELEASE NAME.... Bob Marley Wailers - Live Wonder Dream 4oct75 Kingston:;`

Notes And Information About The Release

The first release from JahMon's secret Marley treasure
chest....
Bob Marley and the Wailers
LIVE at the Wonder Dream Concert, Kingston JA, October 4,

1975


This concert is one of the oddest and greatest moments in
all reggae history. The occasion was the visit to Jamaica of
the king of black music in the 70's -- Stevie Wonder. The
venue was the National Heroes Stadium in Kingston Jamaica.

The warm up band was to be Bob Marley and the Wailers. But not the current 1975 Wailers!

The Wailing Wailers -- Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny
Wailer -- together live onstage for the first time in two
years and the last time together forever.


The first four tracks are classic old Wailers sung by Bob.
The next two, classics retold by Bunny. The next three are
Toshes post-Wailers hits. Then some end-of-Wailers and
post-Wailers Bob tunes.

And in the oddest tune of all: the poorly played version of
I Shot the Sheriff is because it is Stevie Wonder's
excellent band trying to play reggae like the Wailer's. The
unrehearsed quality of it shows.



What is missing from this show is a version of Bob and
Stevie doing a duet of Superstition. Also, the Wailer's set
is missing the obvious closer of Get Up Stand Up.

Sound quality is acceotable but not great.



Enjoy

i gotts to check this out. sounds right up ma alley.

ps. Stevie is still a legend.

pce.
 

Aerius Zension

TRIBE Member
He's one of the few musicians who's stuff that I try to sing gives me a headache.

Unbelievably high-pitched range with incredible control.

Stay Gold!
 
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MoFo

TRIBE Member
Ah, thanks for the reminder! He's been on the "next to download" list for a few months now. Yay.
 

stir-fry

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Aleks
i gotts to check this out. sounds right up ma alley.

ps. Stevie is still a legend.

pce.

I can send it to yah.
pm me your icq, or msn or something if you're interested.
 

SelfExel

TRIBE Member
These are the moments when it sucks not to have money. I have innervision and it's very good, I not to much of a fan of "conversation peace".
 
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