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Little Stevie Wonder, Live at Age 12, on Bongos and Harmonica

I posted this last April, and just listened to it again. It's so good I'm putting it up again, along with this description:

"Written and composed by Wonder's mentors, Clarence Paul and Henry Cosby, "Fingertips" was originally a jazz instrumental recorded for Wonder's first studio album, The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie. The live version of the song was recorded in June 1962 during a Motortown Revue performance at the Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois. Containing only a few stanzas of lyrics, "Fingertips" is essentially an instrumental piece, meant to showcase Wonder's talents on the bongos and the harmonica."

After this, I listened to Stevie much later in life, doing this duet with Ray Charles:

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

no sound darn

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