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Stevie Wonder - Hotter Than July

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    Personnel includes: Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Betty Wright, Angela Winbush, The O'Jays. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Stevie Wonder (vocals, harmonica, keyboards); Alexandra Brown, Jamil Raheem, Walter Williams , Eddie Lev......more

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Artist: Wonder, Stevie
Description:
Personnel includes: Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Betty Wright, Angela Winbush, The O'Jays. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Stevie Wonder (vocals, harmonica, keyboards); Alexandra Brown, Jamil Raheem, Walter Williams , Eddie Levert, Marva Holcolm, Mary Lee Whitney, Kimberley Jackson, Melody McCully, Delores Barnes, Susaye Greene Brown, Dennis Morrison, Michael Jackson, Angela Winbush, Stephanie Andrews, Syreeta Wright, Betty Wright, Bill Wolfer, Nathan Watts, Earl DeRouen, Shirley Brewer, Charles Collins , Charlie Wilson (vocals); Ben Bridges (guitar, sitar); Rick Zunigar (guitar); Hank DeVito (steel guitar); Paul Riser (strings); Hank Redd, Trevor Lawrence, Bob Malach (saxophone); Nolan Andrew Smith, Larry Gittens (trumpet); Isaiah Sanders (keyboards); Dennis Davis (drums); Eddie "Bongo" Brown (percussion). Audio Mixer: Gary Olazabal. Recording information: Crystal Sound Studios, Holllywood, CA; I.A.M. Studios, Irvine, CA; Wonderland Studios, Los Angeles, CA. Illustrator: Al Harper. Arrangers: Stevie Wonder; Paul Riser. By the time HOTTER THAN JULY was released in 1980, Stevie Wonder had spent the '70s making his transition into adulthood by redefining pop music and winning widespread public and critical acclaim (along with a boatload of Grammys). As was usually the case on previous albums, Wonder's first release of the '80s featured him playing a variety of instruments, supported by a number of famous guests including Angela Winbush, Michael Jackson, Betty Wright and members of the Gap Band. The result was an album of breezy love songs ("Rocket Love"), deliciously upbeat pop ("I Ain't Gonna Stand For It") and a thinly disguised tribute to Bob Marley ("Master Blaster [Jammin']"). But the one song that Wonder gave himself most to was "Happy Birthday," a relentlessy positive compostion specifically written as part of this gifted artist's fight to get Martin Luther King, Jr's birthday recognized as a national holiday. Stevie Wonder eventuall...
See Also:
Innervisions, Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, Original Musiquarium I, Music of My Mind, The Definitive Collection, Fulfillingness' First Finale, Talking Book, Songs in the Key of Life
See Influences:
Johnny Ace (Piano), Jackie Wilson, Ray Charles, Duke Ellington, King Curtis, Frankie Lymon, Toots Thielemans, Sam Cooke, Bob Dylan, Little Walter, James Brown
See Contemporaries:
Jon Lucien, Donny Hathaway, Betty Wright, The Temptations (R&B), Earth, Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, Bobby Womack, Al Green (Vocals), Allen Toussaint, Bill Withers, Terry Callier, Smokey Robinson, The Spinners (US), The Jackson 5, The Delfonics, Sly & the Family Stone, David Porter, Gladys Knight, Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin, The Brothers Johnson, Marvin Gaye
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Did I Hear You Say You Love Me
  2. 2 All I Do
  3. 3 Rocket Love
  4. 4 I Ain't Gonna Stand for It
  5. 5 As if You Read My Mind
  6. 6 Master Blaster (Jammin')
  7. 7 Do Like You
  8. 8 Cash in Your Face
  9. 9 Lately
  10. 10 Happy Birthday
Type:
Performer
Genre:
R&B
Subgenre:
Funk
Label:
Motown Records
Producer:
Stevie Wonder; Stevie Wonder; Harry Weinger (Reissue)
Number of Discs:
1
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Studio
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
45 : 52
Guest Artist:
Angela Winbush; The O'Jays; Betty Wright; Michael Jackson; Eddie Levert, Sr.
UPC:
601215736328
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