“Down To Earth” by Stevie Wonder - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1966Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Now a mature 16-year-old, this is a more palatable Stevie Wonder, his voice having now broken. His cover of “Bang Bang” (Cher, 1966) is not too bad; “Mr. Tambourine Man” (Bob Dylan, 1965) is especially likeable. Not enough of this kind of thing, his brand of Motown pop being too sickly sweet for my tastebuds.

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A1 [02:52] 3.0.png Stevie Wonder - A Place In The Sun (Ron Miller, Bryan Wells) Soul
A2 [02:42] 5.7.png Stevie Wonder - Bang Bang (Sonny Bono) Pop
A3 [02:50] 2.9.png Stevie Wonder - Down To Earth (Ron Miller, Avery Vanderberg) Pop Ballad
A4 [02:55] 3.1.png Stevie Wonder - Thank You Love (Stevland Judkins, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy) Soul
A5 [02:43] 5.4.png Stevie Wonder - Be Cool, Be Calm (And Keep Yourself Together) (Stevland Judkins, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy) Soul
A6 [02:34] 3.2.png Stevie Wonder - Sylvia (Stevland Judkins, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy) Pop Ballad
B1 [02:53] 4.0.png Stevie Wonder - My World Is Empty Without You (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) Pop
B2 [03:06] 4.8.png Stevie Wonder - The Lonesome Road (Gene Austin, Nat Shilkret) Soul Ballad
B3 [02:45] 5.3.png Stevie Wonder - Angel Baby (Don’t You Ever Leave Me) (Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy) Soul
B4 [02:30] 6.3.png Stevie Wonder - Mr. Tambourine Man (Robert Zimmerman) Pop
B5 [02:42] 4.0.png Stevie Wonder - Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis) Pop
B6 [02:41] 4.9.png Stevie Wonder - Hey Love (Stevland Judkins, Clarence Paul, Morris Broadnax) Soul Ballad

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