Every Single Motown 'A-Side': Little Stevie's Growing Up
Episode date - August 14, 2009
Our marathon coverage of Hitsville USA continues with our 59th program dedicated to playing every single A-side released by the label during their tenure in Detroit.
By 1971, the label had a much more corporate identity than it enjoyed in the ‘60s, but the hit parade didn’t seem to notice, while the label’s ex-child star Little Stevie Wonder proved that he had a LOT more to offer as he neared his 21st birthday.
Songs from this show include;
Love Makes the World Go ‘Round – Kiki Dee
We Can Work It Out – Stevie Wonder
I Don’t Blame You at All – Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
This Used to Be the Home of Johnnie Mae – Eddie Kendricks
It’s So Hard for Me to Say Goodbye – Eddie Kendricks
In My Own Lifetime – Sammy Davis Jr.
Never Can Say Goodbye – Jackson 5
Strung Out – Gordon Staples & the Motown Strings
Funky Music Sho Nuff Turns Me On – Edwin Starr
When My Love Hand Comes Down – David & Jimmy Ruffin
I Want to Weep No More – Letta
Never Dreamed You’d Leave in Summer – Stevie Wonder
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