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  1. 23 Apr '16 19:41
    I'm very much a classical/opera fan but I liked Superstition a lot. He was really before my time, but I'm just streaming Innervisions and I like the sound (though the electronic keyboard parts sound somewhat dated). Any fans care to recommend some good SW tracks?
  2. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    23 Apr '16 23:59
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    I'm very much a classical/opera fan but I liked Superstition a lot. He was really before my time, but I'm just streaming Innervisions and I like the sound (though the electronic keyboard parts sound somewhat dated). Any fans care to recommend some good SW tracks?
    This is nice, a bit slow but nice: Ribbon in the sky:

    YouTube
  3. 25 Apr '16 17:15
    'The Secret Life Of Plants'

    Epic, gorgeous, classical, orchestral, choral, underrated, eternal.

    Like the painting of a lush jungle translated into music - I got this LP as a teenager and listened to it so often conjuring a fantastic world of inner pictures. After 35 years I am still fascinated, still see the colorful beauty of Stevie Wonder's plant opera with my inner eyes. WONDERful!
  4. Standard member vivify
    rain
    26 Apr '16 01:16 / 1 edit
    I love "Living for the City". It's one of the best story-telling tracks ever, painting a picture of urban life and having character despite hardships.

    But my favorite track is "Overjoyed". That song is just beautiful. "Ribbon in the Sky" is also great.
  5. Standard member vivify
    rain
    26 Apr '16 01:18
    Originally posted by Flower04
    'The Secret Life Of Plants'

    Epic, gorgeous, classical, orchestral, choral, underrated, eternal.

    Like the painting of a lush jungle translated into music - I got this LP as a teenager and listened to it so often conjuring a fantastic world of inner pictures. After 35 years I am still fascinated, still see the colorful beauty of Stevie Wonder's plant opera with my inner eyes. WONDERful!
    I'm gonna have to check that out. Thanks for the recommendation.
  6. 01 May '16 21:36
    Thanks for the recommendations!
  7. Subscriber Benjamin Barker
    Demon Barber
    21 Jun '16 07:05
    The seven albums between '72 and '80 are all excellent and I return to them often but the freshest two for me are "Music Of My Mind" and "Fulfillingness' First Finale".
  8. 29 Jul '16 00:06 / 1 edit