Stevie Wonder: Innervisions [Full Album]

Considered to be one of the greatest albums ever recorded, Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions is a classic by any measure. From beginning to finish, this album highlights the musical growth and vision of the artist we all know as Stevie Wonder.

Recorded in 1973; Innvervisions is considered one of his greatest works in addition to the many albums and songs he’s recorded over the years.

Take a listen and judge for yourself.

Stevie Wonder is the only artist in recording history to win the Grammy Album of the Year 3 consecutive years in a row. He’s won 22 Grammy’s to date–more than any other male solo artist in history.

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5 comments on “Stevie Wonder: Innervisions [Full Album]

  1. I have this cd! A masterpiece!!

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    • truthangel07 says:

      This is one I have to buy for my collection. Very consistent…flawless even.

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      • You must get it! It’s one of his best ever. My favs by Stevie would be:

        Music of My Mind (1972)
        Talking Book (1972)
        Innervisions (1973)
        Fulfillingness’ First Finale (1974)
        Songs in the Key of Life (1976)
        Stevie Wonder’s Journey Through “The Secret Life of Plants” (1979)
        Hotter than July (1980)
        The Woman in Red (1984)
        In Square Circle (1985)
        Characters (1987)
        Jungle Fever (1991)
        Conversation Peace (1995)
        A Time to Love (2005)
        All must haves in my opinion!

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      • truthangel07 says:

        You’ve got quite the collection there…priceless.

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      • Yeah I have hundreds of cd’s. I’ve built up a great collection over the years.

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