Stevie Wonder ‎– Up-Tight 1966 Funk / Soul (Clearance Vinyl) NO COVER - note conditon


Stevie Wonder ‎– Up-Tight 1966 Funk / Soul (Clearance Vinyl) NO COVER - note conditon


NO COVER - note conditon - marks all over - Looks like it will play . Take it and try it - see if you can save this record. a true Classic !  Guaranteed

Lable & Ser # ~ 

Tamla ‎– TS-268
Format ~1-disc, 12 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33rpm, LP.
Year of release ~ 1966 
Country Manufactured ~ USA
Funk / Soul
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 6  paper missing from front / stain along back
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 8 writing on label

The album was released on May 4, 1966 on Motown Records' Tamla label. The album features the U.S. Top 5 single "Uptight (Everything's Alright)", which Wonder co-wrote with Sylvia Moy and Henry Cosby.[2] The tracks on Uptight (Everything's Alright) were the beginning of Wonder's development into a mature recording artist, independent of his earlier "Little Stevie Wonder" moniker and his image as a young Ray Charles imitator.


A1 Love A Go Go 2:42
A2 Hold Me 2:35
A3 Blowin' In The Wind 3:45
A4 Nothing's Too Good For My Baby 2:38
A5 Teach Me Tonight 2:38
A6 Up Tight (Everything's Alright) 2:53
B1 Ain't That Asking For Trouble 2:47
B2 I Want My Baby Back 2:46
B3 Pretty Little Angel 2:11
B4 Music Talk 2:57
B5 Contract On Love 2:02
B6 With A Child's Heart 3:03

Also included on the album are "Nothing's Too Good For My Baby", another Wonder-cowrite, and a cover of folk star Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind", which made Wonder popular with crossover audiences, and a cover of the standard, Teach Me Tonight, featuring vocals with Levi Stubbs and The Four Tops.

The album reached No.33 on the Billboard Pop Album charts and No.2 on the R&B Albums charts.[3] On the album, Stevie was backed by the Funk Brothers, the legendary, but uncredited, early period Motown Recordsstudio musicians, creators of the famous, recognisable 60s Motown sound.


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