Stevie Wonder ‎– Fulfillingness' First Finale

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Tamla ‎– T6-332S1
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A1 Smile Please
Backing Vocals – Denise Williams*, Jim GilstrapBass – Reggie McBrideCongas, Bongos – Bobbye HallGuitar – Michael Sembello
3:27
A2 Heaven Is 10 Zillion Light Years Away
Backing Vocals – Larry "Nastyee" Latimer*, Paul Anka, Shirley Brewer, Syreeta Wright
5:01
A3 Too Shy To Say
Acoustic Bass – James JamersonPedal Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete*
3:28
A4 Boogie On Reggae Woman
Congas – Rocky (4)
4:55
A5 Creepin'
Backing Vocals – Minnie Riperton
4:19
B1 You Haven't Done Nothin'
Backing Vocals – The Jackson 5Bass – Reggie McBride
3:20
B2 It Ain't No Use
Backing Vocals – Denise Williams*, Lani Groves, Minnie Riperton
3:57
B3 They Won't Go When I Go
Written-By – Yvonne Wright
5:54
B4 Bird Of Beauty
Backing Vocals – Denise Williams*, Lani Groves, Shirley BrewerDrums [Quica] – Bobbye Hall
3:45
B5 Please Don't Go
Backing Vocals – Denise Williams*, Shirley Brewer, The PersuasionsGuitar – Michael Sembello
4:04

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): D5RS-7725-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): D5RS-7725-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched except "KENDUN", variant 1): z T6-332S1 - D5RS 7725-1 S17B 1B KENDUN MC-RM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched except "KENDUN", variant 1): 1 T6 332S1 D5RS 7726-2 S17D 1D KENDUN MC.RJM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched exc. KENDUN stamped, variant 2): z T6-332S1 - D5RS 7725-1 S17B 1B KENDUN MC-RM SX A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched exc. KENDUN stamped, variant 2): 1 T6 332S1 D5RS 7726-2 S17D 1D KENDUN MC.RJM SX A

Other Versions (5 of 126) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2-47.075 Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Motown 2-47.075 Spain 1981 Sell This Version
LPS-88350 Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale(LP, Album) Tamla LPS-88350 Venezuela 1974 Sell This Version
VIP-6005 Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Motown VIP-6005 Japan 1977 Sell This Version
T6332S1, T6-332S1 Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale(LP, Album, Club) Tamla, Tamla T6332S1, T6-332S1 US 1974 Sell This Version
45018 Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale(Cass, Album) Motown 45018 Greece Unknown Sell This Version

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isaacmusicman

isaacmusicman

January 11, 2015
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. "You Haven't Done Nothin'" and "Boogie On Reggae Woman" are the standouts, but then there's "Creepin'". Hey...I don't care how well Luther Vandross sang that song, it was no match to Stevie's version. The sound effects to that record is spellbounding, and it was the record I use to go to sleep on when I was a kid.