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Innervisions (1973)
Stevie Wonder

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User Rating: 5 / 5 [ Add Your Rating ]


Name:  Roald <form_n_funk@hotmail.com>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  A classic album. A rollercoaster ride from funky stuff to ballads to latin. It has some political songs, but that never gets in the way of the music itself. 'Too high' simply has the funkiest Rhodes tone I have heard. IMHO, Stevie's best albums. Wish I had so many beautiful 'visions in my mind'.


Name:  Thomas O'Grady <kozmigroover@hotmail.com>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  'Too High' has to be my favourite Stevie Wonder song. The rhodes sound is fantastic and his singing gets me every time I listen to it. I've never had a Stevie Wonder album where I love every track, but this comes close. This is another essential part of anyone's collection (see 'Headhunters')


Name:  MontieS Gillespie <soulouis@aol.com>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  This entire project is a classic!Too high is my favorite joint.I play along on the harmonica and sing all the time. No need to skip to the next song,Stevie really out did himself without trying to.I enjoy the artwork and especially the fender rhodes!As well I love how Stevie performed majority of the instruments.After I first heard Music of my mind and beyond,I've been searching for the rhodes and found it!I love that keyboard as well as all of Stevie's albums that involve the rhodes. The rhodes is a MUST HAVE keyboard for all musicians in 2 soul music as myself being a soul artist.


Name:  Hans van Mierlo
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Stevie's best album. A masterpiece for Rhodes lovers and all other people.


Name:  James F Garfield
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  This is a great album that happens to be even more incredible thanks to the sounds of the Rhodes & Clav. Definitely #1 on my Stevie list!


Name:  John Dube
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  More tunes to learn back in 1975 on my Suitcase 73