Review #34: Innervisions, Stevie Wonder

#34: Innervisions, Stevie Wonder

This album is much shorter than Songs in the Key of Life, which was kind of nice — I came to appreciate the shorter albums. The double LPs that some of these rock stars love became too much. Listening to an album is sort of like stepping into somebody’s house. You ever been at a party where you don’t know anyone and you’re dying to get out, but your ride isn’t…

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