Too High - Stevie Wonder - Talking Book + Innervisions (CD)

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  1. Mebei says:
    Innervisions, an Album by Stevie Wonder. Released in on Motown (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Soul.
  2. Dizahn says:
    Stevie Wonder - Talking Book [CD] + C $ shipping. Stevie Wonder - Innervisions [CD] C $ Free shipping. Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection [CD] C $ Free shipping. Stevie Wonder - Music Of My Mind [CD] Too High Visions Living for the City Golden Lady Higher Ground Jesus Children of America 5/5(12).
  3. Kazilabar says:
    "Too High" is about drug abuse, one of the few times he dealt with the subject. While the songs on the Innervisions album are largely in the genres of soul and funk, "Too High.
  4. Tazuru says:
    The nine tracks of Innervisions encompass a wide range of themes and issues: from drug abuse in "Too High", through inequality and systemic racism in "Living for the City", to love in the ballads "All in Love Is Fair" and "Golden Lady".
  5. Kagakree says:
    At the Close of a Century is a box set album of Stevie Wonder's greatest hits from the s through the s. The box set spans four CDs and the songs are placed in chronological order. It features nearly all of his most critically acclaimed songs, singles and album tracks alike.
  6. Dukree says:
    Product description. Stevie Wonder - Innervisions - CD 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, '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 /5().
  7. Yozshur says:
    Stevie Wonder may be blind, but he reads the national landscape, particularly regarding black America, with penetrating insight on Innervisions, the peak of his run of.
  8. Grosho says:
    Innervisions Stevie Wonder Motown · Preview SONG TIME Too High. 1. PREVIEW Visions. 2. PREVIEW Living For the City. 3.
  9. Garisar says:
    Oct 11,  · Hard to believe, but Innervisions was Stevie’s sixteenth album. His previous effort, Talking Book, had some good stuff on it, but also contained the aesthetic flaw that marks many of his efforts: like his future collaborator on the thoroughly regrettable “Ebony and Ivory,” Stevie could pour too much saccharine on the fruit of his labors.

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