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Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius

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Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius
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Live album by Little Stevie Wonder
Released May 21,1963[1]
Recorded June 1962 at Regal Theater, Chicago
Genre Soul
Length 23:36
Label Tamla
Producer Berry Gordy[1]
Stevie Wonder chronology
Tribute to Uncle Ray
(1962)Tribute to Uncle Ray1962
Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius
(1963)
With a Song in My Heart
(1963)With a Song in My Heart1963
Singles from Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius
  1. "Fingertips"
    Released: May 21, 1963[1]

Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius is the first live album by Stevie Wonder. The album was released on the Tamla record label (catalog #240) in May 1963, the same month as the single release of "Fingertips" (catalog #54080).[1] "Fingertips" topped both the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the R&B Singles chart,[2] and Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius topped the Billboard 200,[3] all of which happened in 1963. This is the last album to use the "Little" in Stevie Wonder's name. Starting with the next album, his name goes by just "Stevie Wonder."

Track listing

Side One

  1. "Fingertips" (Henry Cosby, Clarence Paul) – 6:40 (Little Stevie on bongos, harmonica and vocals)
  2. "Soul Bongo" (Marvin Gaye, Paul) – 3:01 (Little Stevie on bongos)
  3. "La La La La La" (Paul) – 2:34 (Little Stevie on drums and vocals)

Side Two

  1. "(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over" (Herbert Magidson, Allie Wrubel) – 5:13
  2. "Hallelujah I Love Her So" (Ray Charles) – 2:48 (Little Stevie on piano and vocals)
  3. "Drown in My Own Tears" (Henry Glover) – 3:23
  4. "Don't You Know" (Charles, Berry Gordy) – 3:19 (Little Stevie on piano and vocals)

[4]

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1963 Billboard Pop Albums (Billboard 200) 1
Preceded by
Days of Wine and Roses and Other TV Requests by Andy Williams
Billboard 200 number-one album
August 24, 1963 - August 30, 1963
Succeeded by
My Son, the Nut by Allan Sherman

References

This page was last edited on 24 November 2017, at 20:06.
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