Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale Album


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Release Date: 07/22/1974
Tracks in Fulfillingness' First Finale: Smile Please, Heaven Is 10 Zillion Light Years Away, Too Shy To Say, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Creeping, You Haven't Done Nothing, It Ain't No Use, They Won't Go When I Go, Bird Of Beauty, Please Don't Go

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Stevie Wonder a genius | Reviewer: Anthony Whelan | 8/15/2008

Stevie Wonder was my hero. The first time I heard Stevie Wonder was in 1974. My brother had just bought a new stereo system and a few Stevie Wonder albums. Higher Ground was playing: I was hooked. The next album I listened to was Talking Book, and then Fulfillingness' First Finale. All my friends were into white rock bands, and didn't like my taste in black music, as they put it. I didn't care, and I lost a few friends. Fulfillingness' First Finale is a very good album, but there is some crap on it. It has been over thirty years since I first had the album, and probably haven't listened to it in twenty. I had the good fortune to meet Stevie in person, shook his hand and had a few words with him. That was in Melbourne, Australia, in 1979, or was it 1980? I was blown away by how humble he was. The guy's a genius. Stevie is coming back to Melbourne in September this year, but alas, I have a family to support and can't make it.




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