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    Just saw Stevie Wonder

    Man what a show. One of the most talented guys to ever walk, in my book, and he's still got it in spades. I'm not big into motown and all that, but his sheer musicianship is undeniable and totally inspiring. The show was simply amazing, I mean music just pours out of his soul, it's really amazing to see him live.

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    You saw stevie, but did stevie see you?
    I know, I'm going to hell.

    All kidding aside, id love to see him in concert one of these days. Great songwriter, musician & human being.

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    The dude is insanely talented and he's got a ton of catchy songs. Tons of respect for the guy.

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    Stevie Winder gets my approval
    There is no truth, only a perspective.

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    One of his tunes was on in the grocery store a couple weeks ago. I started bopping and my wife gave me "the look". Hey! You can't help it when it's a Stevie Wonder tune.

    I agree, the guy is insanely talented. Whether you like his style of music or not his talent is hard to deny.
    We're all musicians, still searching for our roots.

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    When I saw him live a couple years ago, it was a little too much "hit parade" and not quite enough "funk jam" for my tastes, but when you have the ridiculous number of hit songs that he does, that's probably inevitable. He is a fantastic performer.

    Here he is on Sesame Street in 1973. Don't laugh, this rocks!

    [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ul7X5js1vE]YouTube - Stevie Wonder - Superstition live on Sesame Street[/VIDEO]

    [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8lUnI35Sd8]YouTube - Grover and Stevie Wonder on Sesame Street, 1973[/VIDEO]

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