Innervisions

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
1973 Ratings: #7 / 115
User Score
Based on 445 ratings
1973 Ratings: #2
Liked by 28 people
August 3, 1973 / Release Date
LP / Format
Tamla / Label
Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff, Malcolm Cecil / Producer
Soul, Funk / Genres
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MickyT
91
'Innervisions' is the first Stevie Wonder album I've ever taken the time to listen to, my best mate is a huge fan and constantly raves about his music so it was about time I got to check out some of Stevies music and to say the least I'm very impressed by what I was hearing on this album in particular. 'Innervisions' is an amazing collection of wonderful and passionate songs that are just an absolute treat, Stevie Wonder vocally is a key part in this album being as fantastic as it is, his voice ... read more
soundworld
98
“Innervisions” is a special & wonderful album and it contains some of Stevie's best, most recognizable work. From the first 5 seconds onwards, you know this album is going to be fantastic. Legend had it that Stevie played the drums first, having the entire song structure, melody and lyrics playing in his mind, and he went from instrument to instrument in the studio and played all the parts exactly how he imagined them. If I had been reviewing this album at the time of release, I ... read more
VividAids
95
this nibbas blind whats your excuse
Dabzilla
90
21 Albums to Listen to Before 1,000 Part 13: Innervisions - Stevie Wonder

I have now given up on waiting to pass1,000 before finishing. I am now past 1,000 and I will still continue this series.

'Innervisions' is a master class of soul and funk. Stevie has a magnificent voice and perfect understanding of soul and funk. Here, he perfects those sounds with his slick charm and ungodly talent. Each track is filled with a strong soulfulness that is powered by Stevie's gorgeous and expressive ... read more
Jallen2035
100
This is Stevie Wonder at his absolute best. There are beautiful ballads such as All In Love Is Fair, Jesus Children of America, and He's Misstra Know-It-All, as well as some of the best funk songs I have ever heard with songs like Too High, Living for the City, and Higher Ground.

Innervisions is not just a classic funk and soul album. It is a classic album of all genres of music and one that I would highly recommend if you haven't heard it.

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Added on: February 3, 2013