Release date:
Oct 17, 2005
Motown 9882094

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Track list

Disc 1


If Your Love Cannot Be Moved

6:11 • Studio version


Sweetest Somebody I Know

4:31 • Studio version


Moon Blue

6:44 • Studio version


From the Bottom of My Heart

5:11 • Studio version


Please Don't Hurt My Baby

4:40 • Studio version


How Will I Know

3:39 • Studio version


My Love Is on Fire

6:16 • Studio version


Passionate Raindrops

4:50 • Studio version


Tell Your Heart I Love You

4:30 • Studio version


True Love

3:32 • Studio version


Shelter in the Rain

4:19 • Studio version


So What the Fuss

5:04 • Studio version


Can't Imagine Love Without You

3:45 • Studio version



5:07 • Studio version


A Time to Love

Written by Stevie Wonder

9:17 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar
Stevie Wonder :
Bass programmer, Drums, Piano, Producer
Femi Jiya :
Mixing engineer, Recording engineer
Sebastian Mego :
James Stone :
Assistant recording engineer
Scott Moore :
Assistant recording engineer
Joel Poinsett :
Assistant recording engineer
Richie Gajate-Garcia :
Conga, Percussion
Francis Awe :
Rob Arbittier :
D. Munyungo Jackson :
Aaron Fessell :
Recording engineer
Rickey Minor :
String arranger
Andy Weiner :
String arranger
Swapan Chaudhuri :


From Wikipedia:

A Time to Love is the twenty-third studio album by Stevie Wonder, his first since 1995’s Conversation Peace. Originally to have been completed in 2004, it was finally released to stores on October 18, 2005, following an exclusive digital release on Apple’s iTunes Music Store on September 27.

The first single, issued in April 2005, was “So What the Fuss”, which featured Prince on guitar and En Vogue on backing vocals. Follow-up singles included “Positivity” with his daughter Aisha Morris, “From the Bottom of My Heart” and “Shelter in the Rain”.

The song “Shelter in the Rain” was in tribute to his first wife, singer Syreeta Wright, who died of cancer the year before this album was released. Wonder was quoted as saying he would’ve had Wright singing lead on “Shelter”, had she lived.

Wonder makes a brief reference to singer Minnie Riperton in the song “Positivity”.

His first new studio album in a decade, the album was received with generally positive reviews, despite its having been delayed several times during the year of its release. In 2005, Wonder won the Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in the Grammy Awards for “From the Bottom of My Heart”. This was his fourth win in this category. Wonder last won this award twenty-nine years earlier in 1976 for Songs in the Key of Life. His other wins in this category were in 1973 (“You Are the Sunshine of My Life”) and 1974 (Fulfillingness First Finale).

Last updated on March 8, 2020


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