8 thoughts on “ Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Tejin says:
    Label: Tamla Motown - • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  2. Moogur says:
    Label: Tamla Motown - TC-STMA ,Tamla Motown - OC o • Format: Cassette Album Grey Cassette Shell • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Disco Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (, Grey Cassette Shell, Cassette) | Discogs.
  3. Akikasa says:
    Label: Motown - VCW • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (Cassette) | Discogs Explore.
  4. Golkis says:
    Label: Motown - , • Format: Cassette Album, Club Edition, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (Cassette) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  5. Kajinris says:
    Label: Diskoton - DTK • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore.
  6. Donos says:
    When Stevie Wonder applied his tremendous songwriting talents to the unsettled social morass that was the early '70s, he produced one of his greatest, most important works, a rich panoply of songs addressing drugs, spirituality, political ethics, the unnecessary perils of urban life, and what looked to be the failure of the '60s dream -- all set within a collection of charts as funky and 10/
  7. Bazuru says:
    Innervisions' first CD version was released in the US in [MCDMD] and in Japan with a cream obi strip. UK and Europe had to wait until [WD]. The next significant CD was a version remastered from the original tapes, a gold-plated US release [pictured below] made in conjunction with the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab [UDCD ].
  8. Dumi says:
    Stevie Wonder: Innervisions Page 2. Judging another album by its cover, Efram Wolff's artwork for Innervisions depicts Wonder sitting at a window with rays or beams emanating from his eyes up towards the heavens, and makes the point that, although the musician was blind, he was effectively a seer and was acutely aware of what was going on in.

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