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Signed Sealed And Delivered Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 6 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN: B000001ADD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

1. Never Had A Dream Come True
2. We Can Work It Out
3. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours
4. Heaven Help Us All
5. You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover
6. Sugar
7. Don't Wonder Why
8. Anything You Want Me To Do
9. I Can't Let My Heaven Walk Away
10. Joy (Takes Over Me)
11. I Gotta Have A Song
12. Something To Say

Product Description

Stevie's unmistakable harmonica sound put a whole new spin on the Beatles' We Can Work It Out on this 1970 classic. That became a hit as did Heaven Help Us All and, of course, the title smash, one of his all-time classics!

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Format: Audio CD
One of the songs on this album says "Don't Judge a Book by its Cover." Perhaps he should apply that to the terrible album cover as well. The music inside was pretty good, especially the title track, one of the most feel-good singles in pop history. Laid-back songs like "Never had a dream Come True" and "Don't wonder why" are average; so is "Something to Say." But there are some real solid songs here that are worth discovering. It was pretty ballsy to cover "We can work it out," but Stevie funks it up and it's one of the best covers I've heard of any song. "Heaven help us all" is a gospel-choir-backed prayer for, well, all of us. It builds and builds and has a fake ending and then comes back for more. It has a catchy melody and you might wish it was more than 3 minutes long. There are plenty of short songs here, 7 under 3 minutes. One of the best, "Anything you want me to do," has one of the best grooves you'll find in pre-genius era Stevie. "I Gotta Have a Song" has a rollicking chorus and would have fit much better as the last song on the album. All in all, a handful of great songs and a couple good ones, hard to complain about that.
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By P Magnum on Feb. 14 2001
Format: Audio CD
Signed, Sealed & Delivered is a great album from Stevie Wonder. The title track is among his most popular with its ringing guitars, blazing horns, southern fried sound and fiery vocals it is a r&b classic. Many of the songs point towards his movement into more social and political commentary. His cover of the Beatles' "We Can Work It Out" turns it from a song about a love relationship into a song about racial unity. "Never Had A Dream Come True" is another song about inequality. The album's most moving and emotional song is "Heaven Help Us". The song has a powerful orchestral movement and is a plea for change. The album showed a more mature artist and is a forerunner of the work he would explore later in the decade.
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Format: Audio CD
I like all of SW's albums from the late sixties and early seventies but think this one is the most solid. Although I consider him one of pop music's rare geniuses, he sort of lost me after Talking Book. Obviously still capable of great individual songs, he tended to lard his albums with increasing amounts of sappiness and self-indulgence as the seventies progressed. Let's not even go to the eighties and nineties, when soundtracks became his main gig. But this album is very fine all the way through. If you like dancing with your kid to SW's joyous, uplifting, three-minute pop songs of the mid- to late sixties, this is the top of the tree.
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By A Customer on Nov. 11 1998
Format: Audio CD
How'd this on get overlooked? I see all the obvious Stevie masterpeices getting raves, but what about this one. Signed, sealed... is the final link from boy to man in Stevie's evolution. It's still "Motown Sound" based but you can tell that Stevie is trying to break the mold. Contains joyous soul shouters like the title track, "Sugar" (my favorite) and "I Gotta Have A Song". Brilliant!!!
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