Jungle Fever is the 1991 soundtrack album by American R&B musician Stevie Wonder to Spike Lee's movie Jungle Fever. It was released by Motown Records on May 28, 1991.
Witness iconic artist Stevie Wonder grow from a musical child prodigy to one of the most creative musical figures of the 20th century at Biography. For the Jungle Fever album, Wonder composed three more top 10 R&B singles: "Gotta Have You," "Fun Day" and "These Three Words. A few years later, Wonder released Conversation Peace; its first single, the easygoing "For Your Love," reached the top 20 R&B and earned two Grammys in 1996, the same year he received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Stevie Wonder Children. Wonder married fellow Motown singer/songwriter Syreeta Wright in 1970, divorcing two years later. A skilled lyricist, she worked with Wonder on hits like "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" and "If You Really Love Me," while he worked with Wright on her albums Syreeta (1972) and Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta (1974). Wright died of cancer in 2004.
be, gotta be reality, baby Gotta be, gotta be, gotta be reality, baby (Repeat). Never been too much for touching Cause there's too many things to feel Plus there's too much disappointment When you find out those feelings ain't real But here's a time when inner senses Are gonna have to shine the light Cause I have overly committed Myself in thinking that you're alright. I gotta have you, I gotta have you I gotta have you for me You are a sight for sore eyes to see I gotta make you my reality I gotta have you, I gotta have you I gotta have you for me You are a sight for.
Stevie Wonder lyrics - 312 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Isn't She Lovely", "Superstition". album: "Stevie Wonder's Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants" (1979). Same Old Story Venus' Flytrap And The Bug Ai No, Sono Power Flower Race Babbling Send One Your Love Outside My Window Black Orchid Kesse Ye Lolo De Ye Come Back As A Flower A Seed's A Star, Tree Medley The Secret Life Of Plants. album: "Hotter Than July" (1980). Did I Hear You Say You Love Me All I Do Rocket Love I Ain't Gonna Stand For It As If You Read My Mind Master Blaster Do Like You Cash In Your Face Lately Happy Birthday. soundtrack: "The Woman In Red" (1984)
On one level, Stevie Wonder’s debut album is extraordinary. He was 11 when he cut these dancefloor jazz instrumentals, audibly designed to show off his prowess on keyboards, harmonica and percussion: moreover, he co-wrote one of its best tracks, Wondering. On another, it is not hugely characterful: the opener Fingertips is better heard in the unbound and extended hit live version recorded a year later. Stevie Wonder on Top of the Pops. Photograph: Ron Howard/Redferns. 18. In Square Circle (1985).
|A1||Gotta Have You (Radio Edit)||4:30|
|A2||Gotta Have You (LP Version)||6:26|
|B1||Gotta Have You (Instrumental)||4:48|
|B2||Feeding Off The Love Of The Land||5:55|
|ZT44270||Stevie Wonder||Gotta Have You (12")||Motown||ZT44270||Germany||1991|
|L33-1554||Stevie Wonder||Gotta Have You (12", Single, Promo)||Motown||L33-1554||US||1991|
|L33-1093||Stevie Wonder||Gotta Have You (12", Promo)||Motown||L33-1093||US||1991|
|MOT12-4759||Stevie Wonder||Gotta Have You (7", Single)||Motown||MOT12-4759||Spain||1991|
|RXT•1005, RXT-1005||Stevie Wonder||Gotta Have You (12", Single, Promo, Tra)||Motown||RXT•1005, RXT-1005||Mexico||1991|