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A soaring, witty, totally engaging Wonder

Stevie Wonder delivered his golden hits with little luster lost. Stevie Wonder delivered his golden hits with little luster lost. (getty images/file 2006)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / June 23, 2008

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MANSFIELD - Stevie Wonder is a man of many identities. Known foremost as a singer-songwriter, he is also a multi-instrumentalist, a civil rights activist, a joker, a proud father, and an unabashedly gleeful performer. (Full article: 494 words)

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