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 describes popular superstitions and their negative effects. Superstition" reached number one in the . and number one on the soul singles chart. It was Wonder's first number-one single since "Fingertips, Pt. 2", and topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973.
Superstition - Stevie Wonder from album "TALKING BOOK" in 1972. stevie wonder definitive - Playlist. 4:28Stevie Wonder Superstition. 3:53Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke. Afficher la playlist complète. Superstition è una canzone scritta nel 1972 da Stevie Wonder, e registrata per l'album Talking Book, da cui fu estratta come primo. Stevie Wonder - Superstition - Durée : 4:03. il y a 10 ans. 166 261 vues. From the album "Talking Book" (1972), by Stevie Wonder Lyrics: Very superstitious, writings on the wall, Very superstitious,. Stevie Wonder - Superstition (C2C Remix) - Durée : 3:24.
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. SRV's live rendition of "Superstition" appears on his Greatest Hits Vol. 2 CD. Don from Newmarket, CanadaThe Stones recorded during that tour and wanted to release an album featuring them and Stevie but the Stones' record company said no. This tour did expose Stevie to white audiences and helped his career progress from Little Stevie Wonder to mature artist. Nate from Newport News, VaI believe he once played this on 'Sesame Street', which is my earliest recollection of him. I remember thinking 'who is that guy'.
Superstition was a pivotal shift not only in Stevie Wonder’s career, but also in popular black music. The song in some ways represents the end of the Civil Rights Movement and the sound of integration Motown was providing. As the Black Power Movement was gaining steam, soul and funk music was about to become the predominate form of black musical expression, and Superstition represents the beginning of that shift. Superstition is Stevie Wonder’s lead single from his fifteenth album, Talking Book
Superstition’ is a popular song composed, produced, arranged, and performed by Stevie Wonder for Motown Records in 1972. It was the lead single for Wonder’s Talking Book album, and released in many countries. It reached number one in the . 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. 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 goin’ strong You don’t want to save me, sad is my song
Stevie Wonder Lyrics. Very superstitious, writings on the wall, Very superstitious, ladders 'bout to fall, Thirteen-months-old baby broke the lookin' 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 goin' strong, You don't wanna save me, sad is my song.
Neat accurate formatting, all lyrics and breaks with accompanying chords. Tablature of the main riff. Full chord legend included. Song: Superstition Artist: Stevie Wonder Composer: Stevie Wonder Album: Talking book. Tabbed by DJ ('DiddyD' on ultimateGuitar. TUNING: DE-TUNE ALL STRINGS down a semi-tone to D Using a chromatic tuner makes it easier to be accurate. Chords are all named as if still in standard tuning: Em7 .
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