Tag Archives: Stevie Wonder

Daily 70s Ad: Crystal Studios, ‘Thank You, Stevie Wonder’ (1976)

“Friends in the Key of Life.” Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life was partially recorded at Crystal Studios in Hollywood. The chart-topping L.P. released in September of 1976. Daily 70s Ad #290: Crystal Studios, ‘Thank You, Stevie Wonder’ … Continue reading

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Mood Music: Stevie Wonder, ‘You Haven’t Done Nothin” (Live, 1975)

A very fine last day of the month to you. To say goodbye to July, here’s Stevie Wonder with his 1974, #1 hit, “You Haven’t Done Nothin’.” I’m fairly certain this live performance, presented by Andy Williams, comes from the … Continue reading

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Music for Monday: Stevie Wonder, ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours’ (live, ’70)

Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” appeared on the Signed, Sealed & Delivered L.P. of August, 1970. The single, featuring Wonder’s first solo producing credit, hit #3 on the US Billboard “Hot 100″ and #11 in the UK. Here’s … Continue reading

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Stevie Wonder: ‘Living for the City’

Since there are simply too many fantastic 70s songs to confine things to a single day (‘Music for Monday’,) let me lay this tune on you for a Thursday morning. Check out Stevie Wonder performing “Living for the City” in … Continue reading

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Music for Mondays: Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’

Happy Monday and Happy August, Bionic pals. It’s time for some soulful music to get our week and a fresh month started off right. Here is a 22-yr-old Stevie Wonder in the studio in late 1972/early 1973 playing the fantastically … Continue reading

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Rolling Stones Live: June 3rd, 1972

On this day – June 3rd – cranking back 39 years to 1972 – The Rolling Stones performed at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC, Canada. This concert was the opening night of the band’s latest and greatest tour (sometimes … Continue reading

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