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(YouTube) Video Stevie Wonder's "Innervisions" was released 40 years ago and it's still ten times better than anything you like. Here's half an hour of by-the-Lawd 1973 awesome, which is 29.8 more minutes than your puny ears can comprehend   ( divider line
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Stevie Wonder - The Beat Club (1973)

A rare recording of Stevie Wonder in his prime. One of his best!

Ollie Brown on drums, Mike Sembello on the Gretsch guitar, Marlo Henderson with the Les Paul, Reggie McBride on bass. Singers l-r Denise Williams, Lani Groves, Shirley Brewer

1. Jam
2. Contusion
3. Higher Ground
4. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
5. I Can See The Sun In Late December
6. He's Misstra Know-It-All
7. Living For The City
8. Superstition

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