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One of the obvious emotional highlights of the show was Stevie Wonder's endlessly soulful rendition of "Blowin' In The Wind," a song Wonder brought to he Top Ten of the Pop and R&B charts back in 1966, three years after Peter, Paul & Mary first introduced it to the masses. As Wonder pointed out in his moving introduction, the message of "Blowin' In The Wind" remains, sadly, one of enduring relevance. A contemporary folk standard originally recorded for 1962's "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," the song found Wonder working his gospel-tinged magic alongside Booker T. Jones and the M. G.'s -- the phenomenally adept house band for the show.


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