Review #59: Talking Book, Stevie Wonder

#59: Talking Book, Stevie Wonder

I’ll be honest: I tuned out a LOT of this Stevie Wonder album on my first listen.

I’ve previously gone on record talking about how floored I was by Stevie Wonder. Maybe there were one too many love songs for me. I don’t know.

Cut me a tiny bit of slack because I was now less than an hour and a half from my…

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Writer, fake music fan.

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Writer, fake music fan.

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