Stevie Wonder ‎– Innervisions

Tamla ‎– T 326L
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, Superior Pressing, Gatefold

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Too High
Backing Vocals – Jim Gilstrap, Lani Groves, Tasha Thomas
A2 Visions
Acoustic Guitar – Dean ParksBass – Malcolm CecilElectric Guitar – David "T" Walker*
A3 Living For The City 7:26
A4 Golden Lady
Acoustic Guitar – Ralph HammerBass [Moog], Drums, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Stevie WonderCongas – Larry "Nastyee" Latimer*Organ – Clarence Bell
B1 Higher Ground 3:54
B2 Jesus Children Of America 4:04
B3 All In Love Is Fair
Bass – Scott Edwards (2)Drums, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano [Acoustic] – Stevie Wonder
B4 Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
Bongos, Percussion [Latin Gourd] – Sheila WilkersonShaker – Yusuf Roahman
B5 He's Misstra Know-It-All
Bass – Willie Weeks

Companies, etc.



Superior Record Pressing Corp., Somerdale, NJ pressing variant based on a "TVC A" etching in the runout areas.

The typesetting layout used on the labels may be different than on
some of the other similar versions.

The inner sleeve has a mail order advertisement for the songbook "The Songs of Stevie Wonder." printed on one side.

Issued with a gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Matrix): C5RS-7576-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Matrix): C5RS-7577-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped,variant 1): T-326L C5RS-7576-1-RE2 03B KENDUN KMB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped,variant 1): T-326L C5RS-7577-2-RE2 3B KENDUN KMB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped, variant 2): KMB T-326L C5RS-7576-1-RE-2 13B KENDUN TVC A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped, variant 2): T-326L C5RS-7577-2-RE-2 13B KENDUN KMB TVC A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped, variant 3): KMB T-326L C5RS-7576-1-RE-2 13B KENDUN TVC A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Runout etching, KENDUN stamped, variant 3): C5RS-7577-2-13 T-326-L M.B.G. TVC A

Other Versions (5 of 236) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T 326L Stevie Wonder Innervisions(LP, Album, Hol) Tamla T 326L US 1973 Sell This Version
2-47086 Stevie Wonder Innervisions(LP, Album, RP) Motown 2-47086 Spain 1982 Sell This Version
T 326L Stevie Wonder Innervisions(LP, Album, MP, RE, Rai) Tamla T 326L US Unknown Sell This Version
LPS-88.172 Stevie Wonder Innervisions(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Motown LPS-88.172 Venezuela Unknown Sell This Version
1C 062-94 665 Stevie Wonder Innervisions(LP, Album, TP) Tamla Motown 1C 062-94 665 Germany 1973 Sell This Version


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February 23, 2019

I think this album is perfect from start to finish. As far as the earlier comment regarding He's Misstra Know-It-All, I think it's one of the best tracks on the album. This particular edition is fantastic, there is no better way to hear it.


February 15, 2019
May I also add the magnificent artwork of the album cover? It's art with a capital A that simply oozes 70s. I can look at it over and over and over again and never get enough of it. If only I had it as a real piece of art on the wall. I was still a child in the 70s, but I remember this album cover very well and up to this day it reminds of how it felt to live in that era. You simply have to have that gatefold cover, look at it, hold it and maybe even sniff it. Strange how you can perceive artwork... Anyway, the artwork adds that special edge to an already magnificent album.


October 19, 2018
Perhaps the greatest album by this musical genius. The weak link is Misstra Know It All, which is pleasant enough if not on par with the excellent songwriting that is the rest of the album.


September 5, 2016
A work of unparalleled genius, Stevie plays all of the instruments on Living For The City, Higher Ground and Jesus Children Of America, which are simply stunning. The combination of smooth soul, hard edged funk, and still-relevant politically-charged lyrics make this album a must listen. Stevie was in the midst of an absolutely brilliant sting of albums which re-defined soul music in the 1970s, and thanks to the creative freedom afforded by Motown Records, was able to produce a cohesive creative statement that is still groundbreaking and provocative.