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One of my favourite songs is All I Do (Is Think About You) written by Stevie Wonder. My favourite version is by Tammi Terrell, but there are quite a few other versions. Obviously Stevie Wonder's, but wasn't that issued in about 1980? Whereas Tammi's must have been recorded in the 60s.

I also know of versions by Blackstreet, Maysa, the Four Tops, and one from the 90s by Wendy Moulton and someone whose name I can't remember, got it at home.

Are there any others?

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One of my favourite songs is All I Do (Is Think About You) written by Stevie Wonder. My favourite version is by Tammi Terrell, but there are quite a few other versions. Obviously Stevie Wonder's, but wasn't that issued in about 1980? Whereas Tammi's must have been recorded in the 60s.

I also know of versions by Blackstreet, Maysa, the Four Tops, and one from the 90s by Wendy Moulton and someone whose name I can't remember, got it at home.

Are there any others?

Brenda Holloway also did a great version, but for me Tammi's is the best version :thumbsup:

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There's a dance version from about 2000-2001... Cleptomaniacs feat Bryan Chambers.

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The Kirk Whalum (think thats spelt right) is brilliant,Modern but far better than Stevie Wonder imo

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Brenda Holloway also did a great version, but for me Tammi's is the best version
I'd forgotten about Brenda Holloway's version, got it on her double CD I think. Agree not as good as Tammi's.

The Kirk Whalum (think thats spelt right) is brilliant,Modern but far better than Stevie Wonder imo

I also agree Kirk Whalen (think that is right) and Wendy Moulton is better than Stevie. Was disappointed when I heard his version).

There's a dance version from about 2000-2001... Cleptomaniacs feat Bryan Chambers.

Not heard the Cleptomaniacs, any chance of an MP3 please?

Anyone know of any other versions?

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I'd forgotten about Brenda Holloway's version, got it on her double CD I think. Agree not as good as Tammi's.

I also agree Kirk Whalen (think that is right) and Wendy Moulton is better than Stevie. Was disappointed when I heard his version).

Not heard the Cleptomaniacs, any chance of an MP3 please?

Anyone know of any other versions?

I've been known to sing it in the bath on occasion, does that count as a version? :wicked:

Oh, and it's definitely Whalum, BTW...

TONE :thumbsup:

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I've got a really nice mellow House version by Victoria Martin. It's on U.S. Attitude from '91ish. I like this a lot.

Funny this as i've got a great version by "Robin S" on her From Now On album.

Came out in 1997 on Big Beat & also features a great version of the Phillis Hyman classic "You Know How To Love Me"

Thoroughly recommended :tumbleweed3:

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Funny this as i've got a great version by "Robin S" on her From Now On album.

Came out in 1997 on Big Beat & also features a great version of the Phillis Hyman classic "You Know How To Love Me"

Thoroughly recommended :tumbleweed3:

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Definately not me...Too much hair :unsure:

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You can't beat the Stevie Wonder version imo. With Betty Wright and a young Michael Jackson on backing vocals, it sounds wonderful. It still amazes me that he finally decided to record himself some 15 years later - what prompted him to do that?

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I'd forgotten about Brenda Holloway's version, got it on her double CD I think. Agree not as good as Tammi's.

I also agree Kirk Whalen (think that is right) and Wendy Moulton is better than Stevie. Was disappointed when I heard his version).

ive got it on mp3 as kurt waylan featuring wendy moulton,dont know if its right spelling or not,fantastic version,is it available on record????????

Not heard the Cleptomaniacs, any chance of an MP3 please?

Anyone know of any other versions?

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