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Songs in the Key of Life.
Undoubtedly the best album Stevie came out with. If you love music as much as I do, you ought to be able to appreciate the list I've compiled below. I'm sure I've left out alot, but these are some of my favorites. If you get a chance, go to a music store and check 'em out!


Marvin Gaye
Sanctified Lady
I Want You
Funk Me
Come Live With Me
Soon I'll Be Loving You

Earth, Wind & Fire
Keep Your Head To The Sky
Evil
After The Love Is Gone
Reasons
That's The Way Of The World
I Write A Song
Burnin' Bush
You and I

The Isley Brothers
Don't Say Goodnight
Let's Fall In Love
Voyage To Atlantis
Make Me Say It Again, Girl

Stevie Wonder
As
Another Star
Golden Lady
I Was Made To Love Her
My Cherie Amour
Ngiculela/Es Una Historia/I Am Singing
Overjoyed
Pastime Paradise
Rocket Love
Send One Your Love
Ribbon In The Sky
You Will Know
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
Heaven Is 10 Zillion Light Years Away

Luther Vandross
If Only For One Night
The Other Side Of The World
A House Is Not A Home
Evergreen

Sade
everything

Smokey Robinson
Quiet Storm

Prince
Adore
Purple Rain
Venus De Milo
Baby
Free
When Two Are In Love
God
Little Red Corvette
Erotic City
For You
Sometimes It Snows In April

Kanye West
Jesus Walks

Common
Come Close To Me
I Am Music
I Used To Love Her

Angela Bofill
Tropical Love

Phillip Bailey
Children Of The Ghetto

Ohio Players
Sweet, Sticky Thing
Heaven Must Be Like This

Roberta Flack
Ballad Of The Sad Young Men

Terrence Trent D'Arby
Let Her Down Easy
Undeniably
Seasons
Holding On To You
To Know Someone Deeply Is To Know Someone Softly
Wet Your Lips
Delicate

Sting
Love Is The Seventh Wave
(with the Police) Roxanne

Teddy Pendergrass
Turn Out The Lights
Bad Luck
Wake Up Everybody


Other favorite artists include
Joao Gilberto, Astrud Gilberto, Tom Jobim, Elis Regina, Me'shell N'degeocello, Earl Klugh, George Benson and so many more! Man! This is only like one gazillionth of the songs I'd put down. Like right now I'm lovin' "Girl, You'll be a Woman Soon" by Urge Overkill.









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The background image is a collage of Jazz photography found at www.mosaicgallery.com, created using Adobe Photoshop.

Clockwise from the upper left hand corner: Art Blakey - Rochester NY 1958 photographed by Paul J. Hoeffler, Nat King Cole - Rochester NY 1956 by Paul J. Hoeffler, Ella Fitzgerald (with Duke Ellington sitting)- NYC 1948 by Herman Leonard, Freddie Hubbard at Hank Mobley's "Roll Call" Session - Nov. 13, 1960 by Francis Wolff, Dexter Gordon - NYC 1948 by Herman Leonard, Duke Ellington - Chicago 1961 by Ted Williams, and Sarah Vaughan - Newport 1957 by Paul J. Hoeffler. Dizzy Gillespie - NYC 1948 by Herman Leonard, is at the center.

The background music is "I Am Music" from Common's Album "Electric Circus."