Stevie Wonder released his album, “Hotter Than July” in September of 1980. One song that was never released was a single but has become a cult classic is “All I Do.” Well, a little known fact about “All I Do” is that Stevie originally wrote the song in 1966 along with collaborators Clarence Paul and Morris Broadnax. Actually it was Tammi Terrell that recorded the original version of the song that remained in the Motown vaults until it was released in 2002 in the UK on a Motown compilation album.
With that being said, we bet you really didn’t know that the late Michael Jackson, along with Eddie Levert and Walter Williams of the Ojay’s, as well as Betty Wright did the background vocals on Stevie’s version of the song.
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