"Hot on the heels of Talking Book, Stevie Wonder released what is probably his best single album set, Innervisions. The album is less personal than Talking Book (which many songs dealt with his crumbling marriage) and is his look at America and society at the time. "Too High" takes people to task for constantly using drugs to escape reality. "He's A Misstra Know It All" is about people constantly fronting and "Jesus Children Of America" is a plea to help the children in this country have a better world and life. "Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing" is a smooth song with Mr. Wonder taking the role of protector. "Golden Lady" is one of his prettiest love songs while "All Is Fair In Love" finds him looking for love at any and all costs. "Higher Ground" is a slice of funk where he is trying to find a higher spiritual plain. The album's centerpiece is the magnificent "Living For The City". In it he eloquently details the struggles of African Americans faced in the 70's and unfortunately still face today. A true stroke of genius. Innervisions was released about seven months after Talking Book and rarely has an artist put out two masterworks in such a short period of time."
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