Songs In The Key Of Life is a album that will stand the test of time. In my opinion, this was more sprawling than Innervisions, Talking Book, Music Of My Mind, and Fulfillingness' First Finale. On Songs In The Key Of Life, Stevie talks about everything that is going on in the world. He talks about love, racism, violence, and feelings. This summed up pretty much of everything he recorded in 1972-1974. If you listen to every track on this album, you can visualize everything he says. I think that "Sir Duke", "I Wish", "Isn't She Lonely" and "As" are the popular songs on here, possibly the best on here. There is a lot of filler here, though. For instance, "Love's In Need Of Love Today", "Have A Talk With God", and "Black Man" are just for your listening pleasure. My favorite song is "Knocks Me Off My Feet". It's maybe the most romantic songs on this masterpiece. There are a lot of guest appearances. Herbie Hancock plays keyboards on "As", Geogre Benson plays guitar and sings background vocals on "Another Star", and more artists make appearances. This is maybe one of my favorite double albums. Songs In The Key Of Life explains why Stevie Wonder is considered a genuis. It might be overrated, but it's the greatest Stevie Wonder album of all-time. It has influenced me a whole lot.