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I Was Made to Love Her (album)

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I Was Made to Love Her
Steviewonder I Was Made To Love Her.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 27, 1967
RecordedApril–July 1967 at Hitsville U.S.A., Detroit
ProducerHenry Cosby, Clarence Paul
Stevie Wonder chronology
Down to Earth
I Was Made to Love Her
Someday at Christmas
Singles from I Was Made to Love Her
  1. "I Was Made to Love Her"
    Released: June 1967

I Was Made to Love Her is the seventh studio album by Stevie Wonder, released on August 28, 1967 under Tamla Records, a Motown subsidiary.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars link
Rolling Stone(Unfavorable)[1]
The Village VoiceA–[2]

Track listing

Side One

  1. "I Was Made to Love Her" (Wonder, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Lula Mae Hardaway) – 2:36
  2. "Send Me Some Lovin'" (Lloyd Price, John Marascalco) – 2:29
  3. "I'd Cry" (Wonder, Moy) – 2:33
  4. "Everybody Needs Somebody (I Need You)" (Wonder, Clarence Paul) – 2:36
  5. "Respect" (Otis Redding) – 2:21
  6. "My Girl" (Smokey Robinson, Ronald White) – 2:55

Side Two

  1. "Baby Don't You Do It" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – 2:11
  2. "A Fool for You" (Ray Charles) – 3:16
  3. "Can I Get a Witness" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – 2:42
  4. "I Pity the Fool" (Deadric Malone) – 3:04
  5. "Please, Please, Please" (James Brown, John Terry) – 2:40
  6. "Every Time I See You I Go Wild" (Wonder, Cosby, Moy) – 2:52



  1. ^ Rolling Stone, Vol. 1 No. 3 & December 14, 1967, pp. 17
  2. ^ Christgau, Robert (December 20, 1976). "Christgau's Consumer Guide to 1967". The Village Voice. New York. p. 70. Retrieved June 22, 2013.

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