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Innervisions - Stevie Wonder


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There are many debates as to which Stevie record is the greatest. You pretty much can't go wrong with any of them, pre-eighties. Personally, I love "Innervisions" the most. It is an amazingly cohesive record...the songs just flow into one another. This was released in 1973 when Stevie was truly coming into his own, finding his own brand of funk and soul. It is filled with a great mix of personal songs of love and heartache as well as songs about important social issues, such as drug abuse and racism. The most played songs from the record are "Higher Ground" and "Living for the City", but every track deserves to be recognized. One of my favorites is "Vision"...

People hand in hand

Have I lived to see the milk and honey land?

Where hate's a dream and love forever stands

Or is this a vision in my mind?

Stevie may be blind, but that brother can truly see. :bow:

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A little Stevie news:

Stevie Wonder

A Time to Love

Motown

Returning from a decade-long recording hiatus, soul giant Stevie Wonder returns with A Time to Love. Backed with an armada of guest appearances such as Prince, Sir Paul and Bonnie Raitt, it's the most impressive comeback record since Santana's grammy winning juggernaut Supernatural.

On my must-have list.

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