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This album came out in 1971 and was not only the first album Stevie Wonder had creative control over, but one of the first Motown albums that can be considered a true album. Meaning there were no album fillers using left over tracks. The songs on this album were intended for this album exclusively. Most Motown albums to this point were meant to help push the hit single the artist currently had, then they either used older unused songs, or… read more



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  • Avatar for thommyrotten
    I can't believe it took me so long to discover this album.
  • Avatar for k_naruchiha94
    Truly the beginning of Stevie's 'classic period'. [2]
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    I'd rate it 4.5/5 probably. Classic nonetheless. It's highlights outshine some of it's blemishes (which aren't many).
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    Mad underappreciated album - Truly the beginning of Stevie's 'classic period'.
  • Avatar for seyma__
    This album is so good that some people can't just understand its value. Do Yourself A Favour, Look Around, Never Dreamed..., I Wanna Talk To You, Something Out Of The Blue...Enough said.
  • Avatar for BackNDaDay90
    Stellar album. I'm so glad I became interested in the album after I heard "Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer" in Poetic Justice.
  • Avatar for mikesmusic107
    An often forgotten album...
  • Avatar for marcosvenicio
    Esse disco me traz as mais deliciosas recordações dos melhores momentos da minha infância/adolescencia.

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