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  1. The song Another Star was written by Stevie Wonder and was first released by Stevie Wonder in It was covered by Frank Colon, Terry Herman Trio, Joyce .
  2. Stevie Wonder "Another Star": There might be another star But through my eyes the light of you is all I see For you Stevie Wonder Lyrics. album: "Songs In The Key Of Life" () Love's In Need Of Love Today. Have A Talk With God. Village Ghetto Land. Sir Duke. I Wish. Knocks Me Off My Feet. Pastime Paradise.
  3. Nov 10,  · Directed by David Heffernan. With Dorothy Ashby, Shirley Brewer, Ben Bridges, Isiah 'Greg' Brown. Musicians, producers, family, colleagues and the artist himself look back on the making of Stevie Wonders's classic album "Song In the Key of Life".
  4. The closing track on Wonder's landmark double album Songs in the Key of Life, "Another Star" runs and yearns with cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo song follows the "As" on the album, where Stevie sings about endless devotion to his loved one.
  5. Stevie Wonder originally released Another Star written by Stevie Wonder and Stevie Wonder released it on the album Songs in the Key of Life in It was also covered by Jesuton, Frank Colon, Terry Herman Trio, Joyce Griffen & Howard Post and other artists.
  6. Stevie Wonder Another Star. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Stevie Wonder. Songs in the Key of Life. Motown: Stevie Wonder. At the Close of a Century. Motown: Stevie Wonder. The Complete Stevie Wonder.
  7. This is a F instrument and Piano arrangement of one of Stevie Wonder's biggest hits. In the original key from his "Songs in the Key of Life" CD, this arrangement includes all the solos and an optional ending for live performances.
  8. Series: Pop Choral Series Publisher: Hal Leonard Format: CD ShowTrax CD Artist: Stevie Wonder Composer: Stevie Wonder Arranger: Kirby Shaw The Latin, Jazz style with a killer horn line and lots of percussion are faithfully captured in the great song by Stevie Wonder.

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