Posts Tagged: Stevie Wonder

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2 Needless to say, this record is Hot Hot Hot. This is the second in a row of hot Tamla Motown Records. So no, the 2 has nothing to do with modern youth-text-message “2”

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2

Tamla Motown is Hot Hot Hot 2 Needless to say, this record is Hot Hot Hot. This is the second in a row of hot Tamla Motown Records. So no, the 2 has nothing to do with modern youth-text-message “2”

Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

When I browsed through my record collection to get this one out to write about it, I realized it was right at the end of my pile. Seems like I haven’t been listening to it for ages. Which is a

Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

When I browsed through my record collection to get this one out to write about it, I realized it was right at the end of my pile. Seems like I haven’t been listening to it for ages. Which is a

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (1973)

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

On we go with the next Stevie Wonder vinyl Innervisions, released just one year after Talking Book. I bought this one when I was on holiday in Manchester. When I went there I reserved one day just for record shopping,

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (1973)

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

On we go with the next Stevie Wonder vinyl Innervisions, released just one year after Talking Book. I bought this one when I was on holiday in Manchester. When I went there I reserved one day just for record shopping,

Stevie Wonder - Talking Book (1972)

Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

This is the first of a lot of records I bought in my favourite record store – which actually is just an antiquarian bookshop that happens to also have some crates of all sorts of second hand records on their

Stevie Wonder - Talking Book (1972)

Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

This is the first of a lot of records I bought in my favourite record store – which actually is just an antiquarian bookshop that happens to also have some crates of all sorts of second hand records on their