Album: Fullfillingness’ First Finale
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One of the things I thought was hilarious as I did my patented half-assed research for yet another killer Stevie Wonder mid-1970s single, “Boogie on Reggae Woman” was how many folks have claimed that the song has any ties to actual reggae music.
Which, of course, it doesn’t: “Boogie on Reggae Woman” is a straight funk song, anchored by Wonder’s fuzzed up Moog bassline and a piano riff that you don’t even notice until it’s stuck forever in your head.