Readers' Poll: The 10 Greatest Stevie Wonder SongsYour picks include 'Higher Ground,' 'Living for the City' and 'Boogie on Reggae Woman'
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Stevie Wonder is performing his 1976 masterpiece Songs in the Key of Life in full at a Los Angeles concert in December, but that album really only scratches the surface of his astonishing catalog. He was only 12 when "Little Stevie Wonder" scored a Number One hit with "Fingertips" in 1963, and the hits kept coming at a staggering rate after that. He effortlessly transitioned from the 1960s Motown sound to his more socially conscious, ambitious albums of the 1970s to his glossier, MTV-ready hits of the 1980s. We asked our readers to select their top 10 Stevie Wonder songs. Click through to see the results.
By ANDY GREENE