(I Call It Pretty Music, But...) The Old People Call It the Blues
"I Call It Pretty Music, but the Old People Call It the Blues"is a song by Stevie Wonder. Clarence Paul wrote the song together with Henry Cosby or Berry Gordyand Tamla Records (a sub-label of Motown) single in August 1962 as brought it out. It was the first single by Wonder, who was then twelve years old and was called ' Little Stevie '. On the A-side and a portion of the song on the b-side was the rest. "I Call It Pretty Music, but the Old People Call It the Blues" brought Wonder not much success, although he called the 101st place reached in the u.s. chart with it.  Marvin Gaye provided drumming for this number.