Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder

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but twittyofsin was first  

Love it!!^^

goldencolumbia 18 Jun 2012

Still on a high from Stevie's amazing show Saturday night.

deidregottskill 6 Apr 2015

Woke up with this playing in my head. I can feel it all over.

justplainscott 20 Jun 2015


twittyofsin 9 Dec 2011

#ABCsOfMe 'W' is for Stevie Wonder because this tribute brings back the memories of fist discovering swing bands and jazz...Tom Waits has had equal impact on what I listen to but Stevie was earlier in my life The song was written in tribute to Duke Ellington, the influential jazz legend who had died in 1974. The lyrics also refer to Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. Wonder wrote the song as a tribute to Duke Ellington, a jazz pianist who had an influence on him as a musician. Wonder had already experienced the passing of two of his idols (Dinah Washington and Wes Montgomery) after attempting to collaborate with them.   6

Shaka 8 Dec 2014

happy #funkyfriday the video fits the tune well

Shaka 28 Mar 2014