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  1. Mar 26,  · Marvin Gaye: 'I think of myself as a very middle-of-the-road sort of person with a good sense of judgment'. Photograph: Jim Britt/Getty Images M arvin Gaye is a mystery man.
  2. Apr 03,  · In its highs and lows, You’re the Man—a self-canceled/lost Marvin Gaye album that has now arrived 47 years later in the midst of cancel culture—is a fascinating glimpse into what one of the.
  3. Jul 06,  · Watch Marvin Gaye perform Let’s Get It On live in Montreux, 8. I Want You. Soon after the release of Let’s Get It On, Motown Records released Diana & Marvin – an album of duets with.
  4. The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye () (I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over, My Funny Valentine, Witchcraft, Easy Living, How Deep Is the Ocean (How High Is the Sky), Love for Sale, Always, How High the Moon, Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide, Never Let You Go, You Don't Know What Love Is That Stubborn Kinda Fellow () Stubborn Kind of Fellow, Pride and Joy, Hitch Hike, Get My Hands on .
  5. From his first hits as a romantic lead, Stubborn Kind of Fellow and Hitch Hike to his final hit, Sexual Healing, this track collection follows Gaye as he moves from being an interpreter of simple love songs to being a troubled eco-cosmic warrior and finally to being the love man's love man, singing songs of sex, religion and passion in equal.
  6. My favorite cut from the album is "Why Did I Choose You". The amazing thing about this album is that Marvin is singing all the parts, and it is very beautiful. You won't be disappointed in this album. Buy a copy used here on the Amazon marketplace or search on Ebay. You'll nor regret it. Ernie McHone II/5(31).
  7. Gaye and Ware recorded and mixed the album at Gaye's newly christened "Marvin's Room Studio", located on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, and at Motown Recording Studios. The recording sessions took place throughout and Much like Gaye's previous studio effort Let's Get It On, I Want You featured Gaye's contribution of background vocals and heavy multi-tracking.
  8. The late 70s and early 80s saw Gaye immersed in personal, emotional and financial problems, and at odds with Motown. He finally left the label in , signing to Columbia for what turned out to be his final album.

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