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Japanese only SHM SACD pressing. Universal. 2011.
Songs in the Key of Life (1976) was the highest high point of Stevie Wonder's career. More sprawling than Innervisions and Talking Book, this two-LP-plus-EP was also less of a consistent stunner than either of those masterworks. That Songs retains an enormous amount of visionary relevance, though, is demonstrated not only in Coolio's borrowing of "Pastime Paradise" as a template for "Gangsta's Paradise," but in the cold-as-ice synthesized string quartet of "Village Ghetto Land." This is Stevie, so naturally that cut's anger is balanced by the ultra-buoyant "I Wish," "Sir Duke," and "Another Star." The 2000 reissue boasts radically improved remastered sound. --Rickey Wright --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
When it came, the jewel box was damaged, and the first CD won't play -- when it's inserted, the display says "error". Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jinglebts
Le service était rapide. Mais j'ai dû retourner le cd, puisque le plastique de la pochette était tellement raide, que le cd s'est cassé en voulant le sortir. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Annie Lachance
very good crisp remaster. I didn't expect that, but am so enjoying listening to songs I don't even recognize. I had the album some years ago and didn't listen to it often. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Stevie Wonder did not miss a single beat with this classic album. It is as vital as the day it was released back in 1970's.
Great sound quality on the Blurau audio.
Sir Duke, Isn't She Lovely, As and Joy Inside My Tears make this a wonderful, fulfilling Stevie album, probably his last great work.Published 14 months ago by Brian Hiltz
I am an audiophile with a lot of vinyl. I thought I would give a couple Blu-rays a try and was very impressed especially with this one. Excellent sound stage!Published 19 months ago by Flyguy1
For us audiophiles these titles really do work and I suspect this is as good as this particular release is ever going to sound. Sir Duke really popsPublished 23 months ago by Terrance Humphries
Got this recently and I have to say that it was very enjoyable
hearing some of these tracks for the first time in a decade.... Read more