--Stevie Wonder, The Definitive Collection - No. 40 -- Following the CBS TV special Stevie Wonder: Songs In the Key Of Life -- An All-Star Grammy Salute (which aired Feb. 16), this greatest hits set from the legend zooms back onto the chart with 11,000 units (up 205 percent). It sold nearly 7,000 copies for the week (up 260 percent). Wonder was last in the top 40 of the chart on the list dated Nov. 19, 2005, when his last studio album, A Time To Love, fell 13-30 in its third week on the chart. (It debuted at No. 5.)
In addition, Songs in the Key of Life (the album name-checked in the title of the special -- and celebrated on the show) returns to the Billboard 200 at No. 48 with 10,000 units (up 223 percent). It also sold almost 7,000 copies for the week (up 223 percent as well). It's the highest rank for the album -- which spent 14 weeks at No. 1 in 1976 and 1977 -- since the Aug. 27, 1977-dated chart (when it also placed at No. 48).