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Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I is a compilation album by R&B/soul musician Stevie Wonder that was released in 1982 by Tamla Records. It collects eleven Top 40 hit singles and five album tracks, including four previously unreleased tracks, from 1972 to 1982. The album peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, at No. 1 on the Top R&B Albums chart in the . and went to No. 8 in the UK. It has been certified gold by the RIAA.
Gary Walker (born Gary Leeds, 9 March 1942, Glendale, California) was the drummer, and vocalist with both The Standells and The Walker Brothers. In 1967, after the Walker Brothers split, he founded Gary Walker And The Rain, Gary Walker was by far the least prominent of the Walker Brothers; nominally the drummer, he apparently played on few if any of the group's records. An extensive tour of Japan followed later that year during which the Gary Walker And The Rain - Album No 1 was released. The LP was supported by the release of an EP and two singles, all consisting of songs taken from the album. None of the tracks were ever released other than in Japan, consequently the original Japanese LP is now extremely valuable and rare. Under his sole name, Gary Walker also released a single that was a hit in the .
Characters (Stevie Wonder album). Gary Olazabal – Engineer, Associate Producer, Mixing, Keyboard Programming (All tracks).
Wonder released his next album, Square Circle, in 1985, which featured the historic track "Part-Time Lover," the first song to ever reach No. 1 on the pop, R&B, adult contemporary and dance charts. The album Characters was released two years later, featuring two No. 1 R&B hits-"Skeletons" and "You Will Know. In 1989, Wonder was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For the Jungle Fever album, Wonder composed three more top 10 R&B singles: "Gotta Have You," "Fun Day" and "These Three Words. A few years later, Wonder released Conversation Peace; its first single, the easygoing "For Your Love," reached the top 20 R&B and earned two Grammys in 1996, the same year he received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Stevie Wonder Children. Wonder married fellow Motown singer/songwriter Syreeta Wright in 1970, divorcing two years later.
Gary Hoey may not be a household name but some 30 years into his career you certainly know who he is if you are a rock n roll fan, especially a fan of the guitar.