Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
1973 Ratings: #1 / 107
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Based on 343 ratings
1973 Ratings: #2
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August 3, 1973 / Release Date
LP / Format
Tamla / Label
Soul, Funk / Genres
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Everyone has their favorite Stevie Wonder album out of the big 4 and this is mine. To me this stands out versus the others as it touches on a subconscious level, political level, and does what soul albums do - sing about love! The GOAT Soul album.
R & B, soul, funk, jazz, fusion, folk, and even familiar melodies and effective use of electronic musical instruments.
After mixing all this, it is completed as new pop music without making it feel complicated.
It's just a surprise to have achieved this in the early twenties.
Stevie Wonder once again delivers amazing song writing and incredible instrumentation throughout this whole LP. Golden Lady is probably my favourite track
A year after Talking Book, Stevie Wonder stepped back in for an even greater leap both socially and musically. His commentary about drugs, politics and drug use continue to make him out to be a complete visionary in funk and soul music. That he was able to provide especially groovy and introspective music simultaneously while providing this commentary only enhances the material.

Wonder has one of his most impressive sets of songs on Innervisions. Living for the City is a beautifully ... read more
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Track List

  1. Too High
  2. Visions
  3. Living For The City
  4. Golden Lady
  5. Higher Ground
  6. Jesus Children Of America
  7. All In Love Is Fair
  8. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing 
  9. He's Misstra Know-It-All
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Added on: February 3, 2013