Song Info
Released November 15, 2011 for Rock Band
Stevie Wonder Pack 01
1087 users have this song ($2)    
168 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: R&B/Soul/Funk
Album: Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Sir Duke (Rocksmith)
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One of THE best Bass charts to date! Poinkish
And that's no exaggeration! This is pretty much one of the most fun, and satisfying basslines to come out for Rock Band yet. Half of the song has you jumping up and down the fretboard with steady strummed single notes and sustains, with a few quick double strums thrown in as well. This part is simple, yet satisfying due to the booming sound of the bass. It had me literally bouncing around the room while playing. Then after the relaxing part comes a flurry of hammer-ons and pull-offs that range from simple two note hammer-ons, up to as many as 9 notes at once snaking up and down all over the place. The feeling of synchronicity between the Guitar, trumpet and bass on these parts is what makes this song such a blast to play. It's a rare feeling that you get in Rock Band when playing bass and it comes off as a breath of fresh air compared to most other tracks where all you're doing is playing a backing beat.

This is a special song that any bassist should have in their DLC collection, a must.
11.18.11 6:58pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
The only actual charted Guitar this week! Poinkish
The only actual Guitar this week is a solid effort too. With a fun main chorus that has you bouncing up and down the fretboard with hammer-ons and three note chords, and a section inbetween that pops up that jumps between single notes and two note chords very rapidly, it's tricky to hit, but satisfying once you do. Also reccomended.
11.15.11 2:26pm 4 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Pretty fun. Bront
There are two main sections to this song. One has you doing some single note picking with the occasional sweep, which is generally fun, and the other (the Bridge) has you doing some acoustic chords/solo notes, which I personally dislike. The good news is, the acoustic chord/solo part is short, and only in a few places, and it's not obnoxiously difficult, but it's the only blemish to an otherwise fun and laid back chart in my opinion.

The chart itself isn't something super special, but it has a pro upgrade for folks who like that, it's fun, and the song is good, and likely a song most people know parts of, making it good for parties. Like the other songs, the Bass chart is probably the star here, but there's plenty of fun to be had in the guitar chart. I think the pack is great, but this song one of the best for guitar for most players if you're cherry picking.
11.16.11 6:50am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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