Stevie Wonder

Jazz Soul of Little Stevie/Tribute to Uncle Ray

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This "two-fer" from the great Stevie Wonder includes two of his earliest recordings. The first, his 1962 all-instrumental debut The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie, included the studio version of "Fingertips" (the live rendition is the one most listeners are familiar with), while the 1963 follow-up, the shrewdly conceived Tribute to Uncle Ray, consisted of the then 12-year-old Wonder taking on a set of Ray Charles songs.

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