Tag Archives: Stevie Wonder

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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