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Love Don’t Cost a Thing (RJ Schoolyard Mix) – Jennifer Lopez feat. We played this version from "The Language of Love" at his funeral." On ' Sir Duke', you managed to get legendary trumpeter Harry Kim, someone who was in the original live Stevie Wonder band that toured the Songs In The Key of Life album.
I made him laugh telling him I had recorded the whole song for him so he could sing along and finally learn the rest, which he did!
Her raunchy image, a mixture of Hollywood glamour and Madonna flamboyance, caused notoriety while her driving techno pop made her a dance floor icon, with hits like Dirrty, Beautiful and Lady Marmalade. Sometimes there’s also a corresponding stupid dance move. Like that the police shut down the bowling alley if it doesn’t comply.
It turned her into a sensation, producing three Number 1 US singles Genie In A Bottle, What A Girl Wants and Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You). When these songs come on, White People look at each other and say "Awwww yeah" or "Hell yeah" and are compelled to sing along. I believe there is a law that requires this song be played at every Rock n’ Bowl.
We had no idea about his Stevie Wonder connection, therefore making it somewhat hilarious that we played him our version of that track and then asked him how he felt about the signature horn line and although it was in a different key, we hoped he would be comfortable with it." "He then asked us to come into his booth and told us the extraordinary story of how he auditioned for the great man himself with this actual part and this actual song!