Annotation

Additional label imprint is UTV Records.

Annotation last modified on 2009-10-19 03:02 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Fingertips, Part 2
producer:
Berry Gordy
bass:
James Jamerson (on 1962-06-01) and Larry Moses (bass player) (on 1962-06-01)
bongos, harmonica and lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (on 1962-06-01)
drums (drum set):
Marvin Gaye (on 1962-06-01)
arranger:
Clarence Paul
recorded at:
Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois, United States (on 1962-06-01)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1963 (number: 13)
live partial recording of:
Fingertips (on 1962-06-01)
writer:
Henry Cosby and Clarence Paul
53:12
2Uptight (Everything’s Alright)
producer:
Henry Cosby and William Stevenson (Motown songwriter)
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (in 1965)
recording of:
Uptight (Everything’s Alright) (in 1965)
lyricist and composer:
Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy and Stevie Wonder
52:54
3Hey Love
producer:
Clarence Paul
bass guitar:
James Jamerson (from 1965 until 1966)
membranophone:
Benny Benjamin (US drummer) (from 1965 until 1966)
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (from 1965 until 1966)
recording of:
Hey Love (from 1965 until 1966)
writer:
Morris Broadnax, Clarence Paul and Stevie Wonder
4.52:44
4I Was Made to Love Her
producer:
Henry Cosby
bass:
James Jamerson (in 1967)
electric sitar:
Eddie Willis (in 1967)
harmonica and lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (in 1967)
instruments:
The Funk Brothers (in 1967)
recorded at:
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (in 1967)
recording of:
I Was Made to Love Her (in 1967)
writer:
Henry Cosby, Lula Mae Hardaway, Sylvia Moy and Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Jobete Music (UK) Ltd.
4.652:37
5For Once in My Life
producer:
Henry Cosby
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (in 1967)
cover recording of:
For Once in My Life (in 1967)
lyricist:
Ron Miller (Motown songwriter Ronald Norman Miller)
composer:
Orlando Murden
publisher:
Jobete Music Co., Inc., Jobette Music (UK) Ltd. and Stein & Van Stock, Inc.
4.452:50
6My Cherie Amour
producer:
Henry Cosby
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (from 1967 until 1968)
recorded at:
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (from 1967 until 1968)
recording of:
My Cherie Amour (from 1967 until 1968)
writer:
Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy and Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Jobete Music Co., Inc., Sawandi Music, Stone Agate Music and 大洋音楽
4.352:53
7Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours4.62:40
8You Are the Sunshine of My Life
Moog programming and associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
engineer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
bass guitar:
Scott Edwards (bassist) (in 1972)
congas:
Daniel Ben Zebulon (in 1972)
background vocals:
Gloria Barley (in 1972), Jim Gilstrap (in 1972) and Lani Groves (in 1972)
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder (in 1972)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 183) and Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 281)
recording of:
You Are the Sunshine of My Life (in 1972)
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Inc. and Jobete Music Co., Inc.
4.42:52
9Superstition
Moog programming and associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
engineer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Superstition
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music and 大洋音楽
4.54:05
10Higher Ground
associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Higher Ground
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music and Jobete Music Co., Inc.
53:12
11Living for the City
associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Living for the City
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Inc., EMI (EMI Records, since 1972) and Jobete Music Co., Inc.
4.67:25
12You Haven’t Done Nothin’
programming and engineer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
bass guitar:
Reggie McBride
background vocals:
The Jackson 5
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
You Haven’t Done Nothin’
composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) and Jabete Music
4.43:24
13Boogie On Reggae Woman
programming and engineer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
associate producer:
Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Boogie On Reggae Woman
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Inc. and Jobete Music Co., Inc.
44:12
14I Wish4.64:10
15Sir Duke4.63:54
16Masterblaster (Jammin’)
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Master Blaster (Jammin’)
composer:
Stevie Wonder
4.354:52
17That Girl
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
That Girl (by Stevie Wonder)
composer:
Stevie Wonder
45:10
18Do I Do
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
horn arranger:
Stevie Wonder
strings arranger:
Paul Riser
recording of:
Do I Do
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
4.55:03
19I Just Called to Say I Love You4.354:22
20Overjoyed
producer:
Stevie Wonder
guitar:
Earl Klugh
percussion, piano and synthesizer and lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Overjoyed
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
43:44
21Part-Time Lover
producer:
Stevie Wonder
lead vocals:
Stevie Wonder
arranger:
Stevie Wonder
recording of:
Part‐Time Lover
lyricist and composer:
Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Jobete Music Co., Inc. and 大洋音楽
4.53:43