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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Too High on Discogs. Label: MoJazz - • Format: Vinyl 12 Norman Brown - Too High (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(3).
  3. ^ Both thanks: what a pleasure to see some Stevie Wonder experts posting, thanks a lot for the replies Ps.. If I remember right I once saw a link on WikiPedia to an extended version of "I Ain't Gonna Stand For It", like I wrote it seems the additional lyrics for a 12 inch version is mentioned in the lyrics on the "Hotter Than July" sleeve.
  4. Too High (12" Version) A Too High (Single Radio Edit) Arranged By – N. Brown* Arranged By, Written-By – S. Wonder* Backing Vocals – Boyz II Men Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Stevie Wonder Producer, Mixed By – Steve McKeever: B1: Too High (Boyz II Men Mix)5/5(2).
  5. Too High (Single Radio Edit) Arranged By – N. Brown* Arranged By, Written-By – S. Wonder* Backing Vocals – Boyz II Men Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Stevie Wonder Producer, Mixed By – Steve McKeever: 2: Too High (LP Version).
  6. Fusion, Jazz written and featuring Stevie Wonder, featuring Boyz II Men with Too High (LP Version), Too High (Boyz II Men Mix), Too High (Single Radio Edit), Too High (LP Version), Too High (Boyz II Men Mix), Too High (Single Radio Edit).
  7. Norman Brown's albums: Listen to albums by Norman Brown on Myspace, Too High. Norman Brown. Something Just for You. Norman Brown. Here to Stay. Norman Brown. You can always edit this or any other info in settings after joining. Facebook. Username?
  8. The album was produced by Norman Connors, a jazz drummer and producer who discovered Brown. In Brown released the album After the Storm, which gained critical success and was awarded jazz album of the year by Soul Train Music Awards. It also won a Gavin Radio Award by remaining on the charts for over two years.

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