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Stevie Wonder - Superstition Album

Stevie Wonder - Superstition Album

Performer: Stevie Wonder
Title: Superstition
Style: Soul
Cat#: TMG 841
Country: UK
Label: Tamla Motown
Size MP3 version: 2076 mb
Size FLAC version: 2823 mb
Size WMA version: 1296 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 933
Genre: Soul & Funk

Stevie Wonder - Superstition Album


Written-By – S. Wonder
2You've Got It Bad Girl
Written-By – Y. Wright


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
T 54226FStevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single)TamlaT 54226FUS1972
T 54226FStevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single)TamlaT 54226FUS1972
2C 006-94013Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single)Tamla Motown2C 006-94013France1972
TMS-0595Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo)Tamla MotownTMS-0595Argentina1972
M-5139Stevie Wonder Superstition ‎(7", Single, Promo)Tamla MotownM-5139Spain1973


  • Mastered ByMBG
  • ProducerStevie Wonder
  • Producer [Associate Production]Cecil, Margouleff


clear label photos added


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): YTMG 841 A-2 C1 C1 KT 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): YTMG 841 B1 8 C KT 5


  • Produced For – Taurus Productions Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation


Текст песни: Very superstitious, writings on the wall Very superstitious, ladders bout' to fall Thirteen month old baby. broke the lookin' glass Seven years of bad luck, the good things in your past. Superstition is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. It was released on October 24, 1972, as the lead single from his fifteenth studio album, Talking Book 1972, by Tamla. The lyrics describe popular superstitions and their negative effects. Superstition reached number one in the U. Billboard Hot 100 and on the soul singles chart. It was Wonder's first number-one single since Fingertips, Pt. 2 in 1963. It peaked at number eleven in the UK Singles Chart in February 1973. Watch the video for Superstition from Stevie Wonder's Talking Book for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Superstition is a popular song written, produced, arranged, and performed by Stevie Wonder for Motown Records in 1972, when Wonder was twenty-two years old. It was included on Wonder's Talking Book album and released as a single in many countries. It reached number one in the USA, and number eleven in the UK, in February 1973. Wonder had actually written this song for Jeff Beck, but at the insistence of his own manager, Wonder himself recorded it first. STEVIE WONDER SUPERSTITION Performed by Stevie Wonder for Motown Records and written with Jeff Beck in 1972. It was the lead single for Wonder's Talking Book album, and released in many Stevie Wonder. Album: Talking Book 1973. Charted: 11 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Wonder wrote this about the dangers of believing in superstitions. Some of the bad luck superstitions he alludes to include walking under a ladder, breaking a mirror said to bring seven years of bad luck, and the number 13. This was intended for Jeff Beck, who was brought in to play some guitar parts on the album in exchange for a song. At one of the sessions, Stevie came up with the riff and wrote some lyrics, and they recorded a rough version of the song that day for Beck. Stevie Wonder, perhaps the greatest artist to grace the Motown label, celebrates his 70th birthday on 13 May. His precocious talent was clear for all to see when he rose to fame aged 11, as the child prodigy Little Stevie Wonder. Having signed to Motowns Tamla label, he played a huge part in its success in the early Sixties. This glorious anthem, from the Hotter Than July album, soundtracked Wonders huge contribution to a campaign to designate Martin Luther Kings birthday a USA national holiday. Its sheer danceability and all-purpose birthday salutations ensured its popularity in the UK. But in its own way, Happy Birthday has carried on Dr Kings work. Stevie Wonder. Released: Nov 1995. Produced by Stevie Wonder. Album Talking Book. Superstition Lyrics. Very superstitious Writing's on the wall Very superstitious Ladder's about to fall Thirteen month old baby Broke the looking glass Seven years of bad luck The good things in your past. When you believe in things That you don't understand Then you suffer Superstition ain't the way. Very superstitious Wash your face and hands Rid me of the problem Do all that you can Keep me in a daydream Keep me going strong You don't want to save me Sad is my song. When you believe. Stevie Wonder Superstition: Very superstitious, writings on the wall, Very superstitious, ladders 'bout to fall, Thirteen-mont. When you believe in things that you don't understand, Then you suffer, Superstition ain't the way, yeah, yeah. Very superstitious, nothin' more to say, Very superstitious, the devil's on his way, Thirteen-months-old baby broke the lookin' glass, Seven years of bad luck, good things in your past. When you believe in things that you don't understand, Then you suffer, superstition ain't the way, no, no, no. Submit Corrections. Thanks to Andrew, VINCENT ROCHETTE for correcting these lyrics. Writers: Stevie Wonder. From his teenage years on Motown to his funk masterpieces of the 70s and later pop ballads, Stevie Wonders music is nothing but joyous. Ahead of his performance in Londons Hyde Park this weekend