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  • Fulfillingness' First Finale is one of Stevie's more overlooked records, overshadowed by the gargantuan legacy left by the aforementioned records. Wedged in between the two, it's often forgotten, but by no means unmemorable/5.
  • May 28,  · This leads to Fulfillingness’ First Finale being a slightly slinkier Stevie Wonder album, with it waiting for the fourth track, “Boogie on Reggae Woman” before the tempo starts ramping up a little, and the start of the second side before “You Haven’t Done Nuthin’” before the funk is unleashed, and even then, it’s not really up there in the top tier of Stevie Wonder’s /5(83).
  • In celebration of Stevie’s 70th birthday, Wednesday, May 13th, we spoke with two of Fulfillingness’ First Finale’s most important collaborators, producer and engineer Robert Margouleff and.
  • Stevie Wonder Tamla TS1 Released: July Chart Peak: #1 Weeks Charted: 65 The cover of Fulfillingness' First Finale depicts a staircase of keyboards rising -- from the Motor Town Review and "Fingertips" through gold records, Grammies and an auto accident -- to the sky. It's remarkably apt, for the careers of few performers in popular music have been such .
  • Stevie Wonder - The classic period His albums of the "classic period", Innervisions (), Fulfillingness' First Finale () and Songs in the Key of Life (), all won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
  • Jan 11,  · Even though this is a little step down from his last two masterpieces, "Fulfillingness' First Finale" was still a terrific album. Maybe it was because his was still recovering from that tragic car accident, who knows. The good thing is that it didn't stop the music. In fact, maybe it made him more determinded than ever to produce stunning music/5().
  • Overview. After the righteous anger and occasional despair of the socially motivated Innervisions, Stevie Wonder returned with a relationship record: Fulfillingness' First Finale. The cover pictures his life as an enormous wheel, part of which he's looking ahead to and part of which he's already completed (the latter with accompanying images of Little Stevie, JFK and MLK, the Motor Town Revue bus Price: $
  • Wonder would follow the socially consciousInnervisionswith a more personal effort, Fulfillingness' First Finale. It was the artist's first full-length since a devastating car accident had left him in a coma for four days. Returning to music with a renewed sense of purpose, Wonder crafted enough material for a double-album.
  • When Stevie Wonder applied his tremendous songwriting talents to the unsettled social morass that was the early '70s, he produced one of his greatest, most important works, a rich panoply of songs addressing drugs, spirituality, political ethics, the unnecessary perils of urban life, and what looked to be the failure of the '60s dream -- all set within a collection of charts as funky and.