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Songs In The Key Of Life (180g) Vinyl 2LP+7"

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career defining album from one of the greatest of all time
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Eighteenth studio album from legendary American recording artist Stevie Wonder. Songs In The Key Of Life was originally recorded over a two year period starting in 1974, and served to cement Wonder's legacy upon its release in 1976. It was an ambitious collection of songs that aimed to touch on every aspect of life. Wonder did this by moving through an expansive array of styles with songs that dealt with love and relationships as well as social and spiritual issues. That the album was a smashing success should be no surprise as it captured Wonder at the peak of his abilities. And his presence is felt in every element of the album despite there being 130 people who worked on it. An undeniable classic if there ever was one. Includes the songs: "Love's In Need Of Love Today," "Village Ghetto Land," "Sir Duke," "I Wish," "Pastime Paradise," "Joy Inside My Tears," and "As." Twenty-one tracks in all. Released by Motown on double vinyl with bonus 7" housed in a gatefold sleeve with a twenty-four page booklet.

  • double vinyl + 7" pressing
  • gatefold sleeve
  • twenty-four page booklet
  • music label: Motown 2009
reviewed by lost youth 11/2016
UPC: 600753164228


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