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Stevie Wonder - Superstition album

Stevie Wonder - Superstition album Performer: Stevie Wonder
Title: Superstition
Style: Soul
Date of release: 1972
Country: US
Size MP3: 1538 mb
Size FLAC: 1879 mb
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Superstition" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. It was released on October 24, 1972, as the lead single from his fifteenth studio album, Talking Book (1972), by Tamla. The lyrics describes popular superstitions and their negative effects. Superstition" reached number one in the . and number one on the soul singles chart. It was Wonder's first number-one single since "Fingertips, Pt. 2", and topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973.

Album: Talking Book (1973). Charted: 11 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was intended for Jeff Beck, who was brought in to play some guitar parts on the album in exchange for a song. At one of the sessions, Stevie came up with the riff and wrote some lyrics, and they recorded a rough version of the song that day for Beck. It took Beck a while to record the song, and by the time he released it, Wonder's version had been out for a month and was a huge hit. Beck felt shortchanged, and made some statements in the press that Wonder didn't appreciate.

Superstition - Stevie Wonder from album "TALKING BOOK" in 1972. stevie wonder definitive - Playlist. 4:28Stevie Wonder Superstition. 3:53Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke. Afficher la playlist complète. Superstition è una canzone scritta nel 1972 da Stevie Wonder, e registrata per l'album Talking Book, da cui fu estratta come primo. Stevie Wonder - Superstition - Durée : 4:03. il y a 10 ans. 166 261 vues. From the album "Talking Book" (1972), by Stevie Wonder Lyrics: Very superstitious, writings on the wall, Very superstitious,. Stevie Wonder - Superstition (C2C Remix) - Durée : 3:24.

Superstition is Stevie Wonder’s lead single from his fifteenth album, Talking Book. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart in January of 1973, and was certified Gold in the UK. What has Stevie Wonder said about the song? I think that the reason that I talked about being superstitious is because I really didn’t believe in it. I didn’t believe in the different things that people say about breaking glasses or the number 13 is bad luck, and all those various things.

Stevie Wonder Lyrics. Very superstitious, writings on the wall, Very superstitious, ladders 'bout to fall, Thirteen-months-old baby broke the lookin' glass Seven years of bad luck, the good things in your past. When you believe in things that you don't understand, Then you suffer, Superstition ain't the way. Very superstitious, wash your face and hands, Rid me of the problem, do all that you can, Keep me in a daydream, keep me goin' strong, You don't wanna save me, sad is my song. The lead single from his fifteenth studio album. Although Stevie Wonder could play almost all of the instruments he used on his songs, he still preferred to let other guitarists play on his records. That's why Jeff Beck, an admirer of Wonder's music, was invited to the album's sessions. Wonder, in return, wrote him a song.

Superstition’ is a popular song composed, produced, arranged, and performed by Stevie Wonder for Motown Records in 1972. It was the lead single for Wonder’s Talking Book album, and released in many countries. It reached number one in the . The song was Wonder’s first number-one single since the live version of Fingertips Pt.

Stevie Wonder - 1980 Photographic Print by Moneta Sleet at AllPosters. Details about Stevie Wonder - Definitive Collection Use Your Illusion II is the fourth studio album by GnR. It was the second of two albums releases in conjunction with the Use Your Illusion Tour, the other being Use Your Illusion I. The two are sometimes considered a double album. In fact, in the original vinyl releases, both Use Your Illusion albums are double albums. Material for all two/four discs (depending on the medium) was recorded at the same time and there was some discussion of releases a "quadruple album.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Superstition
Written-By – S. Wonder*
3:59
B You've Got It Bad Girl
Written-By – Y. Wright*
3:59

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – El Palacio De La Música S.A.

Credits

  • Producer – Stevie Wonder
  • Producer [Associate Producer] – Cecil*, Margouleff*

Notes

Mislabel. Both sides got the B-side label stickered.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T 54226F Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla T 54226F US 1972
T 54226F Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla T 54226F US 1972
2C 006-94013 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown 2C 006-94013 France 1972
TMS-0595 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo) Tamla Motown TMS-0595 Argentina 1972
M-5139 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo) Tamla Motown M-5139 Spain 1973

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Superstition
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
4:09
B You've Got It Bad Girl
Written-By – Y. Wright*
4:52

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – EMI Electrola GmbH
  • Printed By – Druckhaus Maack KG

Credits

  • Producer – Stevie Wonder

Notes

This version has back sleeve in black with 6 LPs
There is a German version with orange back depicting 9 Singles Stevie Wonder - Superstition

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A stamped): 94 013 A – 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B stamped): 94 013 B – 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T 54226F Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla T 54226F US 1972
T 54226F Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla T 54226F US 1972
2C 006-94013 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single) Tamla Motown 2C 006-94013 France 1972
TMS-0595 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo) Tamla Motown TMS-0595 Argentina 1972
M-5139 Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo) Tamla Motown M-5139 Spain 1973