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By David Cantwell

One of Stevie Wonder's best albums, and the one where his more fanciful, free-form moments gel perfectly with his knack for irresistible pop singles, 1973's Innervisions swings between delicate and airy ballads, Latin-influenced rhythms (the hit "Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing"), and his own synth-heavy versions of gut-bucket soul (the determined spiritual questing of "Higher Ground"). The striking juxtaposition between "Vision," a barely breathed hope that a world of peace might be upon us, and the great "Living for the City," a funky, pulsing tale of racism, is powerful, haunting, and still all too relevant.

Tracks
1. Too High6. Jesus Children of America
2. Visions7. All in Love is Fair
3. Living for the City8. Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing
4. Golden Lady9. He's Misstra Know It All
5. Higher Ground

 

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"In my opinion, Stevie's best album ever by far, and in fact, THE greatest piece of music ever made. The music is unbelievable, and every song is an entity of its own, with meaningful meanings and deep spirituality, yet it is such a great concept album, and it flows from one song to another almost seamlessly. You haven't lived if you haven't heard this album."

--Anonymous

"I think that this record is quite brilliant. I have never understood and will never understand why 'experts' regard "Songs In The Key..." as a better record. 'Songs' (and 'Talking Book' for that matter) are GREAT records. But what they lack is the clever balance of the experimentation and subtlety that are present on 'Innervisions.' I think that he achieved it through a willingness to try out pretty much anything musically (and the anger in some of the lyrics) and the 'tight' production values that were drilled into him at Mowtown. Favorite song: 'Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing.' Shame Incognito elected to make a dogs dinner of it, a few years back."

--Anonymous

"Innervisions is probably one of the greatest albums of all time. A stunning tour-de force by "The Genius", Stevie Wonder."

--Dr. Strangelove

"Stevie Wonder performed several fantastic albums throughout the Super70s, but I think this is his best single-album effort. This album is worth a listen!"

--Anonymous

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MUSICAL NOTES

Artist: Stevie Wonder

Released: August 1, 1973

Availability: CD, Vinyl

Awards:  Grammy(s)


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