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Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's 'Ebony and Ivory': A History of the Hit 30 Years After Its Release | Hollywood Reporter
One was a erectile organ of the well-nigh popular band of the 1960s; the other was arguably the most acclaimed singer-songwriter of the ’70s. And their pairing became one of the bouffant hits of the ’80s. Paul Mc Cartney and Stevie Wonder’s bang duad “Ebony and Ivory” was released March 29, 1982, and became by far the biggest hit of the latter’s stellar career, spending seven weeks atop ’s Hot 100.