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Stevie Wonder: Breaking The Square Circle

Paolo Hewitt, NME, 22 April 1989

Perhaps the most innovative musician of the '70s, STEVIE WONDER has enjoyed mixed fortunes in the '80s, dividing his time between duets with Dionne Warwick and Julio Iglesias, inaugurating an American national holiday to celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday and regaining some of his old form with his last LP, Characters. As Wonder prepares for seven nights at Wembley, PAOLO HEWITT catches up with the maestro in France to grab an exclusive interview and ask just where he's coming from these days.

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