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Stevie Wonder Discography
Stevie Wonder - A Time To Love
® & © 2005 Motown

Various Artists - Conception: An Interpretation of Stevie Wonder's Songs
® & © 2003

Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection
Produced by Harry Weinger, Jeff Moskow - ® & © 2002 Motown Records

Soundtrack - Bamboozled
® & © 2000 Uni / Motown

Stevie Wonder - At The Close Of a Century
® & © 1999 Motown Records

Stevie Wonder - Ballad Collection
® & © 1999 Universal

Stevie Wonder - DVD : Songs in the Key of Life
Produced by David Heffernan - ® 1997 Wea/Rhino © 1999

Stevie Wonder - Song Review
® & © 1996 Motown Records

Stevie Wonder - Conversation Peace
® & © 1995

Stevie Wonder - Natural Wonder
® & © 1995

Stevie Wonder - Jungle Fever
® & © 1991

Stevie Wonder - Characters
® & © 1987

Stevie Wonder - In Square Circle
® & © 1985

Stevie Wonder - The Woman In Red
® & © 1984

Stevie Wonder - Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium
® & © 1982

Stevie Wonder - Hotter Than July
® & © 1980

Stevie Wonder - Stevie Wonder's Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants
® & © 1979
Stevie's attempt at a pop symphony

® & © 1977
Also known as Anthology

Stevie Wonder - Songs In The Key Of Life
® 1976 © 2000
Songs in the Key of Life (1976) was the highest high point of Stevie Wonder's career.

Stevie Wonder - Fulfillingness' First Finale
Produced by Stevie Wonder - ® & © 1974
The hits "Boogie On Reggae Woman", "You Haven't Done Nothing"...

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
® & © 1973
The hits "Higher Ground", "Living For The City" ...

Stevie Wonder - Music Of My Mind
® & © 1972
Stevie Wonder was just figuring out what to do with his new-found synthesizer toys, and the results are fascinating.

Stevie Wonder - Talking Book
® & © 1972
A masterpiece. Amazingly, there isn't one weak track on the listing. The highlights are the funk classic "Superstition"; the ballad "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life".

Stevie Wonder - Where I'm Coming From
Produced by Stevie Wonder - ® & © 1971
Stevie Wonder first solely self-produced album

Stevie Wonder - Stevie Wonder's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
® & © 1971
Stevie Wonder grew up fast, as Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 makes plain. Collecting both Motown assembly-line gems ("My Cherie Amour") and the first flashes of his self-contained '70s funk-rock style ("Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours," a terrific cover of the

Stevie Wonder - Live In Person
® & © 1970
In line with other Motown releases like the Temptation's Live At The Copa, featuring hits "Cherie Amour", "For Once In My Life".

Stevie Wonder - Signed, Sealed And Delivered
Produced by Stevie Wonder - ® & © 1970
First album as producer that won his first Best Soul album Grammy.

Stevie Wonder - Live at the Talk of The Town
® & © 1970

Stevie Wonder - My Cherie Amour
Produced by Henry Cosby - ® & © 1969
Stevie goes Broadway, recording show tunes "Hello Young Lovers"

Stevie Wonder - Greatest Hits
® & © 1968
Motown had little idea what to do with the young Stevie Wonder, as this remaster of his first Greatest Hits album makes plain. A (great) novelty instrumental, "Fingertips, Part 2," provided Wonder's first hit in 1963, so the company's production line ran

Stevie Wonder - For Once In My Life
Produced by Henry Cosby - ® & © 1968
Another big step forward, with Stevie's first co-productions, including the soul classic "Don't Know Why I Love Her".

Stevie Wonder - Eivets Rednow (Featuring Alfie)
Produced by Henry Cosby - ® & © 1968
An album of harmonica instrumentals, released under the see-through pseudonym "Eivets Rednow".

Stevie Wonder - I Was Made To Love Her
Produced by H.Cosby & C.Paul - ® & © 1967
Otis Redding's "Respect," the Temptations' "My Girl," James Brown's "Please Please Please...

Stevie Wonder - Someday At Christmas
Produced by Henry Cosby - ® & © 1967
If you have to have a Christmas album, you might as well have one by Stevie, right?

Stevie Wonder - Uptight (everything's alright)
Produced by H.Cosby, W.Stevenson, C.Paul - ® & © 1966
The title song became a hit and Motown rushed out this LP, which includes some more hits.

Stevie Wonder - Down To Earth
Produced by H.Cosby & C.Paul - ® & © 1966

Stevie Wonder - Stevie At The Beach
Produced by H.Cosby & C.Paul - ® & © 1964

Stevie Wonder - The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie
Produced by Clarence Paul - ® & © 1963
Producer Clarence Paul's next move was to display Wonder's instrumental precocity on an entirely instrumental big band jazz album.

Stevie Wonder - The Twelve-year-old-genius
Produced by Berry Gordy Jr. - ® & © 1963
This contains the massive hit "Fingertips Pt. 2," which showcased Wonder's lively stage personality and sense of humor, if it barely hinted at any of his other talents. Side two of the album is live versions of several numbers from Uncle Ray, and side one

Stevie Wonder - With A Song In My Heart
Produced by C.Paul & M.Stephenson - ® & © 1963
A whole album of show tunes. Title track, "When You Wish Upon A Star" recorded with full orchestral backing.

Stevie Wonder - Tribute To Uncle Ray
Produced by Clarence Paul - ® & © 1962
At this age, Wonder certainly didn't have the voice to do justice to Ray Charles' hits, but he recorded a whole album's worth anyway.

 

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