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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 45

2024-01-22 16:48

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 45

Si conclude oggi la settimana di Musical Disclosure dedicata a Stevie Wonder.

Today concludes the week of Musical Disclosure dedicated to Stevie Wonder.


Let's pick up from the 1980s, a decade in which Stevie Wonder returned to more commercial sounds, yet not lacking in musical and social depth. The album "Hotter Than July" (1980) features iconic tracks like "Master Blaster (Jammin')" and "Happy Birthday," the latter dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr. Although less prolific in terms of discography, the 1980s still brought Stevie Wonder chart success, both with his own songs (think "Part-Time Lover," the standout single from "In A Square Circle" in 1985) and exceptional collaborations (such as with Paul McCartney on "Ebony and Ivory," an anthem for racial harmony, and his participation in the "USA for Africa" project with "We Are the World").

Stevie Wonder's career is a mix of successes, social commitment, and exceptional talent. His records have influenced entire generations of artists, making Stevie Wonder a musical icon who has left an indelible mark on the history of music. His versatility, social commitment, and ability to create music make him a unique artist, whose impact continues to resonate through the generations.


Let's leave you with "Sir Duke." Enjoy the music!

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