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Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder

Second stage: Young Stevie Wonder

I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER

I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER I Was Made To Love Her

1967


I Was Made To Love Her is a album which Motown's team worked hard to overcome the biggest success so far by Stevie Wonder, "Fingertips". Versions of great vocalists of the black music of the era like "Respect" by Otis Redding, "My Girl" from Temptations, "Please, Please, Please" by James Brown, "Send Me Some Lovin" by Little Richard, or "I Pity The Fool" by Ray Charles.

But again the great talent and not so little Stevie, shines with themes as "I Was Made To Love Her", one of the most important of the late 60's for his musical and vocal combination.

A luxury to have a disc of compositions of the soul legend, including the famous team Holland-Dozier-Holland, who produced many hits for Motown. It is transformation into an adult soul singer and the starting point that will take him to the music of the 70's.

Tracklist / * Composer

  • I Was Made To Love Her
    * Cosby, Hardaway, Moy, Wonder
  • Send Me Some Lovin'
    * Marascalco, Price
  • I'd Cry
    * Moy, Wonder
  • Everybody Needs Somebody (I Need You)
    * Paul, Wonder
  • Respect
    * Redding
  • My Girl
    * Robinson, White
  • Baby Don't You Do It
    * Dozier, Holland, Holland
  • A Fool For You
    * Charles
  • Can't I Get A Witness
    * Dozier, Holland, Holland
  • I Pity The Fool
    * Malone
  • Please, Please, Please
    * Brown,Terry
  • Everytime I See You I Go Wild
    * Cosby, Moy, Wonder


I Was Made To Love Her Everytime I See You I Go Wild

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