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dimanche 28 avril 2019

STEVIE WONDER I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER

TAMLA RECORDS 1967                      Tamla ‎– S-279


credits:

 Stevie Wonder - harmonica, keyboards, vocals
    James Jamerson - bass
    Benny Benjamin - drums
    Eddie Willis - electric sitar on "I Was Made to Love Her"
    All other instruments by The Funk Brothers
Recorded    April–July 1967 at Hitsville U.S.A., Detroit


trackslisting:

 A1     I Was Made To Love Her 2:35
Written-By – H. Cosby*, L. Hardaway*, S. Wonder*, S. Moy*
A2     Send Me Some Lovin' 2:30
Written-By – J. Marascalco*, L. Price*
A3     I'd Cry 2:34
Written-By – S. Wonder*, S. Moy*
A4     Everybody Needs Somebody (I Need You) 2:34
Written-By – C. Paul*, M. Broadnax*, S. Wonder*
A5     Respect 2:18
Written-By – O. Redding*
A6     My Girl 2:53
Written-By – R. White*, Wm. Robinson*
B1     Baby Don't You Do It 2:10
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B2     A Fool For You 2:59
Written-By – Ray Charles
B3     Can I Get A Witness 2:39
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B4     I Pity The Fool 2:57
Written-By – D. Malone*
B5     Please, Please, Please 2:36
Written-By – Brown*, Terry
B6     Every Time I See You I Go Wild 2:52
Written-By – H. Cosby*, S. Wonder*, S. Moy










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