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Other Works

  • Music video: Appeared in Will Smith video "Wild Wild West"
  • (2002) TV commercial: Target (song used: "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas")
  • Took part in the 1990 all-celebrity "Yakety Yak: Take It Back" national recycling- awareness project. "Yakety Yak" featured public service-announcements and music- videos with Stevie and celebs like Pat Benatar and Queen Latifah
  • Music video: Appeared in the "Dance With My Father" video by Luther Vandross.
  • (1963) Album: "Little Stevie Wonder the 12-Year-Old Genius" (Tamla)
  • (1966) Album: "Up-Tight" (Tamla)
  • (1967) Album: "Down to Earth" (Tamla)
  • (1967) Album: "I Was Made to Love Her" (Tamla)
  • (1968) Album: "Stevie Wonder's Greatest Hits" (Tamla)
  • (1969) Album: "For Once In My Life" (Tamla)
  • (1969) Album: "My Cherie Amour" (Tamla)
  • (1970) Album: "Stevie Wonder Live" (Tamla)
  • (1970) Album: "Signed, Sealed and Delivered" (Tamla)
  • (1971) Album: "Where I'm Coming From" (Tamla)
  • (1971) Album: "Stevie Wonder's Greatest Hits--Vol. 2" (Tamla)
  • (1972) Album: "Music of My Mind" (Tamla)
  • (1972) Album: "Talking Book" (Tamla)
  • (1973) Album: "Innervisions" (Tamla)
  • (1974) Album: "Fulfillingness' First Finale" (Tamla)
  • (1970) Had #1 song, "Signed, Sealed and Delivered, I'm Yours" (Tamla)
  • (1972) Had #1 song, "Superstition" (Tamla)
  • (1973) Had #1 songs, "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" (Tamla), "Higher Ground" (Tamla), "Living for the City" (Tamla)
  • (1974) Had #1 songs, "You Haven't Done Nothin'" (Tamla), "Boogie On Reggae Woman" (Tamla)
  • (1986) Print ads: Sony Digital Audio Equipment and Compact Disc players.
  • (207) CD: "Stevie Wonder's #1's"
  • (1998) Music video: Appeared in video for 98 Degrees: "True to Your Heart"
  • (2001) Print ads for "Full Sail" University, to encourage youth interested in music to attend various, non-profit academic fields of the art.
  • (1988) TV commercial: Duracel batteries (song used: "You Can Depend on Me")
  • (1980-83) Print ads: TDK audio cassettes
  • (July 2015) TV commercials: TDK (Japan)
  • (1990) Recorded a duet with Whitney Houston called "We Didn't Know", featured on her album "I'm Your Baby Tonight".

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