Superstition is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. It was released in 1972, and it is classic funk genius. It was written, produced, arranged, and performed by Stevie Wonder. It received number one in the US and number one on the soul singles chart. The song features trumpet and tenor saxophone.
Stevie’s soulful vocals are tremendous. It is a perfect example of Stevie Wonder’s brilliance as the most celebrated icon of Rhythm and Blues. The lyrics are brilliant and relevant even today. He wrote the song about the dangers of being superstitious. It is the type of song you hear, and it lifts you and makes you feel happy.
"Let's stay together" is a song sung by Al Green and was a hit single in 1971, One year later it was included on his album entitled "Let's Stay Together" The song was produced and recorded by Willie Mitchell and mixed by Mitchell and Terry Manning. The song reached number one on the billboard hot 100. It was placed at the 60th greatest recording of all time by Rolling Stone magazine which was placed on their list of the 500 Greatest songs of all time. The Library of Congress selected it as a 2010 addition to the National Recordings Registry.
The National Recordings Registry selects recordings annually that are culturally historically or aesthetically significant. The song went on to claim the number one position on the Billboard Year-End chart as an R&B song for 1972. The song was used in the Quentin Tarantino film "Pulp Fiction" in 1994. It is one of the most famous soul songs ever written.