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According to Stevie Wonder, “Its title came from a dream I had where I was asking, ‘How many songs are there in the key of life?’”
Bringing this dream to life was a huge undertaking. Having promised Motown the album by mid-1975, its twenty-one tracks were finally ready in October 1976. The result: The masterpiece of a career rich in masterpieces. Brilliantly composed, arranged, played and sung, Songs in the Key of Life is one of those rare works that remains as fresh today as it was the day of its release when it debuted at No. 1. One measure of how huge Wonder’s musical impact was in the mid-1970’s: When Paul Simon won the Grammy for Best Album in 1975, he thanked Stevie Wonder for not releasing an album that year!
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Naomi Lewin with Miles Mykkanen, Andrew Stenson and Levy Sekgapane
Harvey Granat Presents
Online Class with Harvey Granat and guests Jamie DeRoy, Steve Ross, and Barry Kleinbort
The Great Thinkers