With a Song in My Heart, originally released in 1963, is Stevie Wonder's third solo LP and the first to drop the "Little" from his moniker. In an effort to get his budding young artist to cross over into the pop market, Berry Gordy chose to present the world with Stevie Wonder, the lounge crooner, and ran him through 10 pop standards from the likes of Johnny Mercer and Rodgers & Hart. Though it didn't quite hit at the time, the 13-year-old Wonder gave it his all and the record has aged well. With stunning arrangements from the geniuses at 2648 W. Grand Blvd. (aka Hitsville USA), and a fabulous selection of songs, With a Song in My Heart is one of Stevie's most charming early efforts.