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Born in Saginaw, Michigan, Stevie Wonder moved to Detroit at an early age and has become one of that city's most famous sons. Blind from birth, Stevie has never allowed that to be an obstacle or handicap. His normal childhood activities of playing games and climbing trees with his friends were suddenly set on a different path when his amazing musical talents were spotted by Bonnie White ... Read more in Amazon's Stevie Wonder Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 3, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN: B000001ADD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,063 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Stevie's unmistakable harmonica sound put a whole new spin on the Beatles' We Can Work It Out on this 1970 classic. That became a hit as did Heaven Help Us All and, of course, the title smash, one of his all-time classics!

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I mean really, really good!
D. Lee
People have pointed out that when Stevie and The Funk Brothers do "We Can Work It Out" it becomes a song about the need for racial harmony; and they are right!
Matthew G. Sherwin
This album is a wonderful example of that transition period and of course was produced by the master himself.
Shining Star

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Lee on October 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Man this album is good! I mean really, really good! When you open up the cd case, in the upper right hand corner of the cover it reads, "The Motown Sound", which basically means that you are in for a taste of the world's greatest rhythm section and some of the catchiest and most infectious harmonies ever captured on record (of which The Funk Brothers, led by bass virtuoso James Jamerson, were primarily responsible). But of course, that goes without saying if you're at all familiar with Motown. I basically assumed that all of Stevie's albums prior to re-negotiating his contract and gaining full creative control over his material pretty much had the same flaw that many Motown albums from that period had: several brilliant outstanding singles with some left over material used to fill the album out. That is NOT the case with this outstanding piece of work. Don't let that cheesy album cover turn you away, because this is a young Stevie Wonder in top form here, which means that this is likely one of the greatest albums that you'll ever hear. Not that there is no filler at all but even the "lesser" material here, and there is very little (two songs tops) , are still solid efforts. Stevie Wonder is probably the single greatest composer/songsmith in the history of popular music, not to mention one of the greatest vocalists. There may not be a whole lot here in terms of innovation, especially compared to his later work, but Stevie's sense of song here is so incredibly strong that he excels in every aspect of songcraft to the point that I have to simply sit back and marvel. Just listen to everything about "Sugar", especially Stevie's drumming...!!!Read more ›
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Signed, Sealed & Delivered is a great album from Stevie Wonder. The title track is among his most popular with its ringing guitars, blazing horns, southern fried sound and fiery vocals it is a r&b classic. Many of the songs point towards his movement into more social and political commentary. His cover of the Beatles' "We Can Work It Out" turns it from a song about a love relationship into a song about racial unity. "Never Had A Dream Come True" is another song about inequality. The album's most moving and emotional song is "Heaven Help Us". The song has a powerful orchestral movement and is a plea for change. The album showed a more mature artist and is a forerunner of the work he would explore later in the decade.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shining Star on October 29, 2009
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I just received a copy of this cd after having long since worn out the album, 8-track & cassette, ok, so i dated myself. This was the 1st album where you could start seeing the transition that was taking place in his career. Their are certain albums that you look back on and think, Wow! This was the one that changed everything and that's the way I feel about "Signed, Sealed & Delievered". Stevie had been one of the cornerstones for Motown, along with The Miracles, Holland, Dozier, Holland, Marvin Gaye, etc. Motown was the "Hit" making record company whose influence reached far and wide and was one of the main reasons for the formation of and the pre-cursor to many of the bands and artists who would be a part of the "British Invasion" that was soon to come.

That being said, Stevie had always been held back from expressing his deepest knowledge of music by the "Hit" making formula of Berry Gordy & his writing staff. Now, I'll be the first to admit that I loved all the wonderful hits that were produced at that time and each was a part of the overall historical signifigance that made up "Hitsville USA". However, artists like Stevie & Marvin Gaye were not, at that time, allowed to produce the epic and historical albums they later would in the 1970's. Their creative flow was stifled by Gordy and there was a storm brewing between Motown and Wonder that was soon to come to a head. He was 20 and his contract with Motown was about to expire, he knew that the time had come to begin taking the steps necessary to become the Avatar he was soon to become.

In one of the true strokes of sheer genius, he allowed his contract to expire, took his own money and wrote, produced, recorded and marketed the first album which he had complete artistic control over "Where I Am Coming From".
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A perfectly articulated document demonstrating Little Stevie Wonder becoming a Motown phenom. Shortly, he would morph into his chosen moniker. He would be a wonder; a true force of Nature. But here, he is working it out.
Yes, this We Can Work It Out is the Lennon-McCartney original given "The Wonder-Motown" refit. John and Paul were huge Motown freaks, so this must have been unbelievable icing on a very choice cake. Stevie may be better, in the future, but at the time of this original recording, few could imagine greater heights for him or his music.
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By RICHARD on April 28, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Just watched yesterdays episode of this show and it lives up to the original movie. Glad they kept the same 4 main characters and actors who with out them, the show would be a bust at best. The characters interact with each other to keep the story flowing to the rightful conclusion. This series is a keeper.
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