Stevie Wonder - Fulfillingness’ First Finale - Review
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critics' view

The cover of Fulfillingness’ First Finale depicts a staircase of keyboards rising — from the Motor Town Review and “Fingertips” through gold records, Grammies and an auto accident — to the sky. It’s remarkably apt, for the careers of few performers in popular music have been such uninterrupted ascents. Nothing, not even a brush with death, has interrupted Wonder’s progress toward ever higher ground, and FFF is a new plateau. As its title declares, the album is a culmination of what has come before, but it is by no means a final destination.

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