With A Song In My Heart is a 1963 album by Stevie Wonder on the Tamla (Motown) label. The album was the first to drop Wonder's Little nickname as the 13-year-old singer went the same route of his label mate Marvin Gaye and covered a set of standards. Like Gaye and other Motown acts, label president Berry Gordy wanted all of his artists to be established on a crossover basis. The album did not immediately spell success for Wonder on the adult contemporary set. Veteran jazz arranger Ernie Wilkins arranged and conducted the album.
01 With A Song In My Heart 02 When You Wish Upon A Star 03 Smile 04 Make Someone Happy 05 Dream 06 Put On A Happy Face 07 On The Sunny Side Of The Stree 08 Get Happy 09 Give Your Heart A Chance 10 Without a Song