This website uses «cookies» to facilitate web browsing. If you continue to browse you accept this. OK | More information
Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder

Fourth stage: Master Stevie Wonder

HOTTER THAN JULY

Hotter Than July Hotter Than July

1980

Leaving behind a great step and cornering the album "Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants", Stevie starts this new era with more commercial sound. In Hotter Than July uses the latest digital technology; the Sony PCM serves to translate the sounds of his head.

His single "Master Blaster" concept inspired by the reggae of Bob Marley serves to express their aversion to war is all a hit. His song "Happy Birthday" in honor of Martin Luther King help for the "King's Birthday" and make the day on January 15 a national holiday in the United States and his great ballad "Lately" is in years subsequent versions by many artists as Jodeci, Andy Abraham or George Benson.

Signadure Stevie Wonder

Tracklist / * Composer

  • Did I Hear You Say You Love Me
    * Wonder
  • All I Do
    * Wonder, C. Paul, M. Broadnax
  • Rocket Love
    * Wonder
  • I Ain't Gonna Stand for It
    * Wonder
  • As If You Read My Mind
    * Wonder
  • Master Blaster (Jammin')
    * Wonder
  • Do Like You
    * Wonder
  • Cash in Your Face
    * Wonder
  • Lately
    * Wonder
  • Happy Birthday
    * Wonder


Master Blaster I ain't gonna stand for it Happy Birthday
Lately Did I Hear You Say You Love Me

Index | Biography | Discography | Videos | Songs | Grammys | Top ten