Stevie Wonder’s personal and professional relationship with Syreeta Wright led to some memorable music. Her solo project, helmed by him, has been woefully overlooked.
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Janet Jackson lifts Satie. Elvis sings Martini. The Stones raided the Renaissance. And let’s not even get started with the Beatles, who regularly tapped the classical music well.
In the debut episode of the geek-fest, “Breaking It Down (with Jeff and John),” pro musicians John Montagna and Jeff Ganz go deep into the legacy of Motown bass legend James Jamerson.
With all due respect to “Off the Wall” and “Thriller,” Michael Jackson’s discography extends to many other songs that demonstrate his particular genius.