In 1981, following the death of Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder performed at Jamaica's annual Reggae Sunsplash with international reggae superband Third World. This connection inspired Wonder to co-write, with his friend Melody A McCully, the 1982 hit Try Jah Love. Trombonist McCully also sang on Wonder's Do I Do - also recorded in 1982. He also recorded Part-Time Lover and other songs with Wonder. Try Jah Love was featured on their You've Got The Power album, the follow-up to 1981's You've Got The Power.
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