In 1973 Stevie Wonder released his landmark album Innervisions, his 16th studio album. The albums centerpiece is the song Living For The City, an explicit social commentary on inequality and racism. Wonder played every instrument on this song, which won a Grammy for best R&B song. The album also won 2 other Grammys, including Album Of The Year. Living For The City was one of the first songs to mix street sounds - traffic, people - with the music. Four days after the album was released, Wonder was in a car accident that left him in a coma for 4 days. He was listening to his newly released album while being driven home from a concert when his vehicle collided with a logging truck. A log smashed through the windshield and hit him in the forehead, leaving him bloody and unconscious. Wonder had been scheduled to a 20-city tour, the shows were all postponed except for one resilient show at Madison Square Gardens.
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