Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Catalog#: T 326L
Format: Vinyl, LP
Vinyl: VG+, a few light scuffs
Gatefold cover: VG+ has light ring wear and minor wear to corners, slight creasing, 2 inch pen mark top left
Country: Canada issue
Genre: Funk / Soul
A1 Too High 4:37
A2 Visions 5:17
A3 Living For The City 7:26
A4 Golden Lady 5:00
B1 Higher Ground 3:54
B2 Jesus Children Of America 4:04
B3 All In Love Is Fair 3:45
B4 Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing 4:55
B5 He's Misstra Know-It-All 6:06
Engineer, Producer [Associate], Programmed By [Arp, Moog] - Malcolm Cecil , Robert Margouleff
Mastered By - George Marino
Producer, Arranged By, Performer [All Instruments], Synthesizer [Arp, Moog], Written-by - Stevie Wonder
Recorded By - Austin Godsey , Dan Barbiero
Tape [Operator] - Gary Olazabal
Recorded at Record Plant, Los Angeles and Media Sound, Inc., New York
Mastered at The Cutting Room, New York
1973 Motown Record Corporation © 1973 Motown Record Corporation, Hollywood, California 90028, all rights reserved, Trademark Motown Record Corporation, printed in U.S.A.
All tunes published by Stein & Van Stock, Inc. & Black Bull Music, Inc. (ASCAP).
comparable to albums like "Abbey Road" and "Dark Side of the Moon" as genre-transcendent masterpieces. "Innversions" perhaps even more than the aforementioned titles is an absolute amalgam of genres and styles, seamlessly blended. From the funky standards "Higher Ground" and "Living for the City" to the gorgeous ballads "Visions" and "All in Love is Fair" Stevie doesn't pen a single dud. My personal favorite would probably have to be the album-closing "He's Missta Know-it-all".
Also "Jesus children of America" - socially consious Soul!
"Golden lady" is timeless
"Too High" has a nice jazz feel
Stevie Wonder - Higher Ground
Man, that is one bad-ass, funked-out, tight-ass groove they've got going
Genius, frigging songwriter..
Stevie Wonder - Living for the city - Live on Top of the Pops 1974
Those were terrible times. We got a lot of support from these artists like Stevie who sang to us, they gave stregnth to our spirit to move forward..
The greatest! Stevie has touched more lives ...
people we're stunned, amazed and left wanting to hear more.
The music was outstanding, using new instrumental synth sounds, etc
STEVIE WONDER - He's Misstra Know-It-All (1974)
This song was written about Richard Nixon as far as I know.... it was supposedly the second song of Stevie's about Nixon...
Stevie Wonder - Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing (Live)
PURE MUSICAL PERFECTION!!!
FEW in History can sound this Beautiful in a LIVE Performance