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By 1976, Stevie Wonder had become one of the most popular figures in R&B and pop music, not only in the ., but worldwide. Within a short space of time, the albums Talking Book , Innervisions and Fulfillingness' First Finale were all back-to-back top five successes, with the latter two winning Grammy Award for Album of the Year , in 1974 and 1975, respectively. By the end of 1975, Wonder became serious about quitting the music industry and emigrating to Ghana to work with handicapped children. He had expressed his anger with the way that the . government was running the country. [5] [6] A farewell concert was being considered as the best way to bring down the curtain on his career. Wonder changed his decision, when he signed a new contract with Motown on August 5, 1975, thinking he was better off making the most of his career. At the time, rivals such as Arista and Epic were also interested in him. The contract was laid out as a seven-year, seven LP, $37 million deal and gave him full artistic control, making this the largest deal made with a recording star up to that point. [5] Almost at the beginning Wonder took a year off from the music market, with a project for a double album to be released in 1976. [7]

November 30th .
1909: Robert Lee McCollum/Robert Nighthawk (US guitarist, slide guitar) * .
1911: Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (Mexican singer, actor) * .
1912: Gordon Parks (US photographer, musician, composer, writer, film director ) * .
1915: Brow nie McGhee (US blues artist; vocals, kazoo, piano, guitar) * .
1916: Benny Moten (American swing-style bass player) * .
1916 : Dena Epstein (US music librarian, musicologist, author ) * .
1922: Weston Noble (US music educator, conductor) * .
1924: Allan Sherman/Allan Copelon (US comedy singer) * .
1928: Huguette Dreyfus (French harpsichordist) * .
1929: Dick Wagstaff Clark (DJ, host to American Bandstand)
1930: Doug Oldham (US gospel music singer) * . 2010 .
1931: Jack Sheldon (US jazz trumpeter, singer, actor)
1932: Bob Loyce Moore ( American session musician, orchestra leader, and bassist ).
1933: Raul Indipwo ( Portuguese singer; Ouro Negro Duo ) * .
1937: Frank Ifield (Australian singer, songwriter, yodeler)
1937: Paul Stookey (US vocals, guitar; Peter, Paul & Mary).
1937: Jimmy Bowen (US record producer, country music singer)
1937: Sean Dunphy (Irish singer; The Hoedowners/solo) * .
1939: Walter Weller (Austrian conductor, violinist; The Weller Quartet) * .
1943: Rob Grill (US lead singer, songwriter, bass guitarist; The Grass Roots/solo) * 11. .
1943: Leo Lyons (UK bassist; Jaybirds/Ten Years After).
1944: Luther Ingram (R&B, soul singer, songwriter) * .
1944: Rob Grill (US bassist, vocals; Grass Roots)
1945: Rob Woodward aka Shel Naylor (UK singer; Stevely Makepiece/Lieutenant Pigeon).
1945: Johnny Dyani (South African jazz double bassist, pianist; The Blue Notes) * .
1945: Roger Glover ( UK bassist, percussion, synthesizer; Deep Purple)
1949: William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. (US jazz trombonist, composer).
1949: Terry Reid (UK singer, guitarist)
1949 : Érick Bamy aka Érick Stevens (French singer; Johnny Hallyday/Vigon Bamy Jay/solo) * .
1948: Stan Sulzmann (British alto saxophonist)
1952: Mandy Patinkin /Mandel Bruce Patinkin (US actor, tenor singer).
1953: David Sancious (US multi-instrumentalist; Bruce Springsteen/E Street Band/sessionist)
1953: June Pointer (US singer; Pointer Sisters/solo) * .
1953: Shuggy Otis (US R&B vocalist, harmonica, guitar, bass; freelance/son of Johnny Otis)
1954: George McArdle (Australian bassist; Little River Band)
1954: Richard "Rich" Conaty (US disc jockey; The Big Broadcast/others) * .
1955: Billy Idol/William Michael Albert Broad (UK singer; Generation X/solo)
1957: John Ashton (UK guitar; Psychedelic Furs)
1957: Andrew Calhoun (US folk singer, guitarist, record producer)
1957: Richard Barbieri (UK keyboardist, vocals; Porcupine Tree/Dolphin Brothers/Japan)
1958: Stacey Q/Stacey Lynn Swain (US singer)
1959: Cherie Currie (American singer, actress, chainsaw artist).
1963: Jalil Hutchins (US rapper, lyricist; Whodini).
1965: Paul Wheeler (Australian drummer; Icehouse)
1968: Des'ree/Desiree Weeks (UK R&B vocalist).
1969: Mike Stone (US guitarist; Queensryche).
1973: John Moyer (American bassist; Disturbed)
1975: Mindy McCready/Malinda Gayle McCready (US country music singer ) * .
1978: Clay Aiken (US singer; American Pop Idol)
1980: Joseph Milligan (US lead guitarist; Anberlin).
1987: Dougie Poynter (UK bass player, backing vocalist; McFly).
1989: Daisy Evans (UK actress, singer, cheerleader; S Club Juniors/S Club 8)
1991: Carnell Breeding (US singer; boy band B5)
1993: Yuuri Chinen (Japanese actor, singer)

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