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Do Like You - Stevie Wonder - Hotter Than July (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Four years after the pinnacle of Stevie Wonder's mid-'70s typhoon of classic albums, Hotter Than July was the proper follow-up to Songs in the Key of Life (his Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants concept record was actually a soundtrack to an obscure movie that fared miserably in theaters). It also found Wonder in a different musical climate than the one that savored his every move from.
  2. Historically, Hotter Than July not only marked a return to form, but a launching pad for the now-observed Martin Luther King holiday. With the anthemic "Happy Birthday," Wonder issued a call to action and ultimately, got it. The song is in line with the mood of the majority of .
  3. Apr 21,  · Released in fall It was a top 3 pop album and # 1 R&B for more than three months, led by the hit singles 'Master Blaster (Jammin'),' 'Lately' and 'I Ain't Gonna Stand For It,' and the now-classic album cut, 'Happy Birthday,' a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. Hotter than July was originally released on Motown's Tamla label on September
  4. Hotter than July is the nineteenth album by American recording artist Stevie Wonder, originally released on Motown's Tamla label on September 29, It was certified platinum and reached number three on the US Billboard chart. This was his most successful album in the UK, peaking at number two and producing four top ten singles.
  5. Hotter than July is the nineteenth studio album by American singer, songwriter and musician Stevie Wonder, originally released on Motown's Tamla label on September 29, The recording sessions were primarily done at Wonderland Studios, which Wonder had recently acquired, in Los Angeles where he became responsible for writing, producing and arranging his own material for the new album.
  6. Historically, Hotter Than July not only marks a return to form, but a launching pad for the now-observed Martin Luther King holiday. With the anthemic “Happy Birthday,” Wonder issued a call to action and ultimately, got it. The song is line with the mood of the .
  7. Hotter than July is the nineteenth album by American singer, songwriter and musician Stevie Wonder, originally released on Motown's Tamla label on September 29, The recording sessions were primarily done at Wonderland Studios, which Wonder had recently acquired, in Los Angeles where he became responsible for writing, producing and arranging his own material for the new album.

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