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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued, March 21, 2000
Creepin': Another great love song.
In the early '70s, Stevie Wonder dominated the charts and the Grammys with classic albums like Talking Book, Innervisions, and Songs in the Key of Life.
Wonder makes use of more backing vocals than usual, adding another texture to several songs, and the harmonica playing is some of his best ever.
This album is one of my favorites of Stevie. Especially for Smile Please, it's a wonderful song.Published 15 days ago by Francisco Manuel Orozco Neri
Replacing my Vinyl Collection ... This was one the artist whose music I enjoyed all during the 70's and 80's. Still do Today ... There is Nothing like MOTOWN....Published 25 days ago by THE Teddy Bear
I love Stevie. His music sounds just as good today as it did back then.Published 29 days ago by Gail S. Bailey
This album is a classic for the ages.
Having Stevie Wonder collaborate with the great Marvin Gaye and the Jackson Five has made this album a must listen.... What a Joy..!!
For those beginning to explore SW, this is a good place to start. Over all, this and "Songs in the Key of Life" present SW at the pinnacle of his creative powers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ex Lib
Hands down my favorite Stevie Wonder album. All new Stevie Wonder fans must listen to and add all albums from the late sixties all the way through the late seventies to understand... Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. BASS
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I know it's been over a year...but, hey, I do have an answer!
I have owned the remastered versions of MUSIC OF MY MIND, INNERVISIONS and FINALE...all sounded wonderful, with a rich, warm and clear sound. I remembered listening to MIND on vinyl as a kid, and the CD was equal or better in audio...
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