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Eivets Rednow

Eivets Rednow

Eivets Rednow


Eivets Rednow is Stevie Wonder spelt backwards. Despite such projects as Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants, Stevie Wonder is seldom associated with straight-up jazz. Eivets Rednow provides some of the reasons why. Like its title ("Stevie Wonder" spelled backward!), this album is a genuine curiosity. First released in 1968 when he was still "Little" (18, in fact), Eivets finds Wonder rendering charmingly schmaltzy harmonica-blown versions of "A House Is Not a Home," "Never My Love" and that great jazz standard "Alfie. Read more on Last.fm
Eivets Rednow is Stevie Wonder spelt backwards. Despite such projects as Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants, Stevie Wonder is seldom associated with straight-up jazz. Eivets Rednow provides some of the reasons why. Like its title ("Stevie Wonder" spelled backward!), this album is a genuine curiosity.

First released in 1968 when he was still "Little" (18, in fact), Eivets finds Wonder rendering charmingly schmaltzy harmonica-blown versions of "A House Is Not a Home," "Never My Love" and that great jazz standard "Alfie." The latter was actually released as a single in the summer of 1968, and did respectable business, at that. Even at the time of its creation, Eivets Rednow would've never been confused for the hard stuff; most of these tunes sound like they were arranged by Henry Mancini or pop-jazz king Quincy Jones (circa the '60s). But in spite of its schlocky MOR trappings, Eivets Rednow is a genial workout, a "gotta-geddit" for Wonder completists. (Nicky Baxter) Read more on Last.fm.

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