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    Stevie Wonder "Stubborn Kind Of Fellow"

    I did a search but it didn't come up, this must have been posted before I would think, but I do like this faithfull rendition by Stevie Wonder.


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    Never heard this before! Nice.

    Do you know when it was recorded?

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    The Motown CD album "Inner City Blues" from which this came was from 1995.

    https://www.discogs.com/master/12186...Of-Marvin-Gaye

    Tracks

    - Nona Gaye Inner City Blues [[Make Me Wanna Holla)
    –Bono Save The Children
    –Boyz II Men Let's Get It On
    –Madonna With Massive Attack I Want You
    –Neneh Cherry Trouble Man
    –Lisa Stansfield Just To Keep You Satisfied
    –Stevie Wonder Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
    –Sounds Of Blackness God Is Love / Mercy Mercy Me [[The Ecology)
    –Speech Like Marvin Gaye Said [[What's Going On)
    –Digable Planets Marvin, You're The Man

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    Ah! I have never seen nor heard of that album before!! Thanks mystery

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    First I heard his version. Wonder who the background singers were? Pure Stevie.
    What do you think this would have sounded like had he been accompanied by Martha
    and the Vandellas? It would have been interesting.

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    Sorry, not keen on it at all!

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    The harmonica and Stevie`s vocals sound like they may be from the late 60s or early 70s although the drums and bass don`t. Is there a recording date on the "Inner City Blues" set. I have seen it but it looked too recent for my tastes.

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    I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Polhill View Post
    The harmonica and Stevie`s vocals sound like they may be from the late 60s or early 70s although the drums and bass don`t. Is there a recording date on the "Inner City Blues" set. I have seen it but it looked too recent for my tastes.
    1995 I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jobucats View Post
    I love it.
    Yes me too.

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