Stevie Wonder’s ‘Innervisions’ feat.’Higher Ground’

Stevie Wonder‘s ‘Innervisions’ feat.’Higher Ground’ is his sixteenth studio album released on August 3, 1973 by Motown Records.

Track Listing : 1.Too High (Stevie Wonder) – 04:36 . 2.Visions (Stevie Wonder) – 05:23 . 3.Living For The City (Stevie Wonder) – 07:22 . 4.Golden Lady (Stevie Wonder) – 04:58 . 5.Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder) – 03:42 . 6.Jesus Children Of America (Stevie Wonder) – 04:10 . 7.All In Love Is Fair (Stevie Wonder) – 03:41 . 8.Don’T You Worry ‘Bout A Thing (Stevie Wonder) – 04:44 . 9.He’S Misstra Know-It-All (Stevie Wonder) – 05:35

Musicians : Stevie Wonder – Lead Vocal, Background Vocals, Fender Rhodes, Harmonica, Drums, Moog Bass, T.O.N.T.O. Synthesizer, Handclaps . Malcolm Cecil – Upright Bass On (2) . Dean Parks – Acoustic Guitar On (2) . David T. Walker – Electric Guitar On (2) . Clarence Bell – Hammond Organ On (4) . Ralph Hammer – Acoustic Guitar On (4) . Larry Nastyee Latimer – Congas On (4) . Scott Edwards – Electric Bass On (7) . Yusuf Roahman – Shaker On (8) . Sheila Wilkerson – Bongos, Latin Gourd On (8) . Willie Weeks – Electric Bass On (9) . Lani Groves – Background Vocal On (1) . Tasha Thomas – Background Vocal On (1) . Jim Gilstrap – Background Vocal On (1) . Robert Margouleff – Synthesizer Programming . Malcolm Cecil – Synthesizer Programming . Lani Groves – Background Vocal On (1) . Tasha Thomas – Background Vocal On (1) . Jim Gilstrap – Background Vocal On (1)

Production : Produced By Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff & Malcolm Cecil . Dan Barbiero – Engineer . Austin Godsey – Engineer . Gary Olazabal – Tape Operator . George Marino – Mastering

Package : Efram Wolff – Illustrations

Recorded 1972 – 1973 At The Record Plant (Los Angeles, California), Media Sound Studios (New York, New York).

Released On August 3, 1973 By Motown Records.

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Counterbalance No. 42: Stevie Wonder’s ‘Innervisions’ If it comes back to you, it was meant to be. I’m going to let go Innervisions go. And maybe, one day down the line, when we are both a little more mature we will reconnect and the sparks will fly. Or maybe, I’ll meet Innervisions’ hotter, younger, wilder sibling Songs in the Key of Life and find that record more to my liking. […]

Slant Magazine.
But Innervisions remains Wonder’s most harrowing and tightly structured LP; one that manages to say as much about life in 45 minutes as Songs In The Key Of Life took an extra hour to convey. […]

A work of constant, evolving surprise Within days of the album’s release, Wonder suffered a car accident that nearly killed him. For a moment, it seemed that Innervisions may have been his final recorded statement. If it had been, his poster would be on more walls than Bob Marley, Jim Morrison and Marvin Gaye combined […]


Stevie Wonder‘s ‘Innervisions’ feat.’Higher Ground’



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