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Fifth stage: Humanist Stevie Wonder
A TIME TO LOVE
Ten years have passed for Stevie Wonder to give us a new work, A Time To Love. Perhaps the time has is not for a fantastic and genial job, but certainly if notable. Stevie is much Stevie and return has brought a breath of fresh air to a musical landscape R&B lacks creativity, with letters and sounds little cared and repetitive.
It is a work which sounds masterfully blend with your current best time in the seventies, worked with letters and committed to social reality and love, looking to the future with optimism. 15 tracks are the majority of whom are good, some excellent half-time, as the jazzy "Blue Moon", "True Love", "Passionate Raindrops", or "How Will I Know". Funkys songs like "Tell Your Heart I Love You" or "Please Don't Hurt My Baby", which could belong to their records 30 years ago, for the treatment of rhythm and sound of the keyboards, as was once a great innovative.
For this album, Stevie Wonder has collaborations with Kim Burrell in the gospel "If You Love Cannot Be Moved", and contributions from Prince and EnVogue in the single "So What The Fuss", India Arie and Paul McCartney playing the guitar in "A Time To Love", and too Bonnie Raitt, Kirk Franklin and his daughter Aisha Morris who worked as a child in "isn't she lovely". It is definitely a positive return for this musical genius as he says: "There is a time for war, a time to make time for the damage and collapse. Now more than ever we need time for love". What we expect is that their new jobs are not delayed in time and their future projects, Gospel Inspired by Lula, Through the Eyes of Wonder or Ten Billon Heart, will be soon and give us your side more creative and emotional.