Stevie Wonder’s ‘Music of My Mind’ is an album recorded when he was only 21 years old and released on March 3, 1972 by Tamla.
Track Listing : 1.Love Having You Around (Stevie Wonder, Syreeta Wright) – 07:24 . 2.Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You) (Stevie Wonder) – 08:08 . 3.I Love Every Little Thing About You (Stevie Wonder) – 03:56 . 4.Sweet Little Girl (Stevie Wonder) – 04:59 . 5.Happier Than The Morning Sun (Stevie Wonder) – 05:18 . 6.Girl Blue (Stevie Wonder, Yvonne Wright) – 03:36 . 7.Seems So Long (Stevie Wonder) – 04:22 . 8.Keep On Running (Stevie Wonder) – 06:40 . 9.Evil (Stevie Wonder, Yvonne Wright) – 03:34
Musicians : Art Baron – Trombone On (1) . Buzz Feiten – Electric Guitar On (2) . Malcolm Cecil -Moog Synthesizer . Robert Margouleff – Moog Synthesizer
Production : Produced By Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff, Malcolm Cecil . Robert Margouleff – Moog Synthesizer . Malcolm Cecil – Engineer . Joan Decola – Engineer . Robert Margouleff – Engineer . Rick Rowe – Engineer
Package : Kevin Reeves – Digital Illustration
Recorded 1972 At Media Sound, Electric Lady (New York, New York); Crystal Industries (Los Angeles, California).
Released On March 3, 1972 By Tamla.
It’s only when I stop dancing and singing all around the room and sit down to think critically about it, that it occurs to me Stevie Wonder‘s new album may not be the great album of the year. […]
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Indeed, all five records are classicsand it is hard to chose among them. Music Of is brilliant, but it’s slightly less coherent than the records that followedand it sometimes indulges in the flashy, over-produced Motown sound that Stevie was raised on (“Evil,” with enough modulation to kill an army). […]
Wonder’s adult debut brims with passion, excitement and exuberance. The album was described at the time by Sounds as representing the “coming of age of black soul music”and it’s as much the sound of African-America in the early 70s as Marvin Gaye or Curtis Mayfield. […]