Music: “Superstition” on Sesame Street

Back in 1973 22 year old Stevie Wonder played his famous song “Superstition” on Sesame Street together with Ray Parker Jr. on the guitar, Anthony Jackson on the bass and Olie Brown on the drums.

Watch this great moment of TV history online. This video was put up earlier last year for the first time but the new version is of much better quality.


Click on the image for the jump (multimedia).

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Sorry, no big bird in this video…

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