On this day in music history: August 3, 1973 - “Innervisions”, the 16th album by Stevie Wonder is released. Produced by Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff, and Malcolm Cecil, it is recorded at The Record Plant in Los Angeles, CA and Media Sound Studios in New York City from March - June 1973. Covering a wide variety of social issues and topics from relationships to drug abuse, it will be an artistic and commercial triumph, spinning off three hit singles including “Higher Ground” (#1 R&B, #4 Pop), “Living For The City” (#1 R&B, #8 Pop) and “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing” (#2 R&B, #16 Pop). The album will win three Grammy Awards including Album Of The Year. “Innervisions” will peak at #1 (for 2 weeks) on the Billboard R&B album chart and #4 on the Top 200.