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Marvin Gaye

One of the most gifted, visionary, and enduring talents ever launched into orbit by the Motown hit machine, Marvin Gaye blazed the trail for the continued evolution of popular black music. Moving from lean, powerful R&B to stylish, sophisticated soul to finally arrive at an intensely political and personal form of artistic self-expression, his work not only redefined soul music as a creative force but also expanded its impact as an agent for social change.

Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr. (in the style of his hero Sam Cooke, he added the "e" to his surname as an adult) was born April 2, 1939, in Washington, D.C. The second of three children born to the Reverend Marvin Gay, Sr., an ordained minister in the House of God -- a conservative Christian sect that fuses elements of orthodox Judaism and Pentecostalism, imposes strict codes of conduct, and observes no holidays -- he began singing in church at the age of three, quickly becoming a soloist in the choir. Gaye later took up piano and drums, and music became his escape from the nightmarish realities of his home life -- throughout his childhood, his father beat him on an almost daily basis.

After graduating from high school, Gaye enlisted in the U.S. Air Force; upon his discharge, he returned to Washington and began singing in a number of street-corner doo wop groups, eventually joining the Rainbows, a top local attraction. With the help of mentor Bo Diddley, the Rainbows cut "Wyatt Earp," a single for the OKeh label that brought them to the attention of singer Harvey Fuqua, who in 1958 recruited the group to become the latest edition of his backing ensemble, the Moonglows. After relocating to Chicago, the Moonglows recorded a series of singles for Chess, including 1959's "Mama Loocie." While touring the Midwest, the group performed in Detroit, where Gaye's graceful tenor and three-octave vocal range won the interest of fledgling impresario Berry Gordy, Jr., who signed him to the Motown label in 1961.

While first working at Motown as a session drummer and playing on early hits by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, he met Gordy's sister Anna, and married her in late 1961. Upon mounting a solo career, Gaye struggled to find his voice, and early singles failed. Finally, his fourth effort, "Stubborn Kind of Fellow," became a minor hit in 1962, and his next two singles -- the 1963 dance efforts "Hitch Hike" and "Can I Get a Witness" -- both reached the Top 30. With 1963's "Pride and Joy," Gaye scored his first Top Ten smash, but often found his role as a hitmaker stifling -- his desire to become a crooner of lush romantic ballads ran in direct opposition to Motown's all-important emphasis on chart success, and the ongoing battle between his artistic ambitions and the label's demands for commercial product continued throughout Gaye's long tenure with the company.

With 1964's Together, a collection of duets with Mary Wells, Gaye scored his first charting album; the duo also notched a number of hit singles together, including "Once Upon a Time" and "What's the Matter With You, Baby?" As a solo performer, Gaye continued to enjoy great success, scoring three superb Top Ten hits -- "Ain't That Peculiar," "I'll Be Doggone," and "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" -- in 1965. In total, he scored some 39 Top 40 singles for Motown, many of which he also wrote and arranged. With Kim Weston, the second of his crucial vocal partners, he also established himself as one of the era's dominant duet singers with the stunning "It Takes Two."

However, Gaye's greatest duets were with Tammi Terrell, with whom he scored a series of massive hits penned by the team of Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, including 1967's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Your Precious Love," followed by 1968's "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" and "You're All I Need to Get By." The team's success was tragically cut short in 1967 when, during a concert appearance in Virginia, Terrell collapsed into Gaye's arms on-stage, the first evidence of a brain tumor that abruptly ended her performing career and finally killed her on March 16, 1970. Her illness and eventual loss left Gaye deeply shaken, marring the chart-topping 1968 success of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," his biggest hit and arguably the pinnacle of the Motown sound.

At the same time, Gaye was forced to cope with a number of other personal problems, not the least of which was his crumbling marriage. He also found the material he recorded for Motown to be increasingly irrelevant in the face of the tremendous social changes sweeping the nation, and after scoring a pair of 1969 Top Ten hits with "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" and "That's the Way Love Is," he spent the majority of 1970 in seclusion, resurfacing early the next year with the self-produced What's Going On, a landmark effort heralding a dramatic shift in both content and style that forever altered the face of black music. A highly percussive album that incorporated jazz and classical elements to forge a remarkably sophisticated and fluid soul sound, What's Going On was a conceptual masterpiece that brought Gaye's deeply held spiritual beliefs to the fore to explore issues ranging from poverty and discrimination to the environment, drug abuse, and political corruption; chief among the record's concerns was the conflict in Vietnam, as Gaye structured the songs around the point of view of his brother Frankie, himself a soldier recently returned from combat.

The ambitions and complexity of What's Going On baffled Berry Gordy, who initially refused to release the LP; he finally relented, although he maintained that he never understood the record's full scope. Gaye was vindicated when the majestic title track reached the number two spot in 1971, and both of the follow-ups, "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" and "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)," also reached the Top Ten. The album's success guaranteed Gaye continued artistic control over his work and helped loosen the reins for other Motown artists, most notably Stevie Wonder, to also take command of their own destinies. Consequently, in 1972, Gaye changed directions again, agreeing to score the blaxploitation thriller Trouble Man; the resulting soundtrack was a primarily instrumental effort showcasing his increasing interest in jazz, although a vocal turn on the moody, minimalist title track scored another Top Ten smash.

The long-simmering eroticism implicit in much of Gaye's work reached its boiling point with 1973's Let's Get It On, one of the most sexually charged albums ever recorded; a work of intense lust and longing, it became the most commercially successful effort of his career, and the title cut became his second number one hit. Let's Get It On also marked another significant shift in Gaye's lyrical outlook, moving him from the political arena to a deeply personal, even insular stance that continued to define his subsequent work. After teaming with Diana Ross for the 1973 duet collection Marvin and Diana, he returned to work on his next solo effort, I Want You; however, the record's completion was delayed by his 1975 divorce from Anna Gordy. The dissolution of his marriage threw Gaye into a tailspin, and he spent much of the mid-'70s in divorce court. To combat Gaye's absence from the studio, Motown released the 1977 stopgap Live at the London Palladium, which spawned the single "Got to Give It Up, Pt. 1," his final number one hit.

As a result of a 1976 court settlement, Gaye was ordered to make good on missed alimony payments by recording a new album, with the intention that all royalties earned from its sales would then be awarded to his ex-wife. The 1978 record, a two-LP set sardonically titled Here, My Dear, bitterly explored the couple's relationship in such intimate detail that Anna Gordy briefly considered suing Gaye for invasion of privacy. In the interim, he had remarried and begun work on another album, Lover Man, but scrapped the project when the "Ego Tripping Out" lead single -- a telling personal commentary presented as a duet between the spiritual and sexual halves of his identity, which biographer David Ritz later dubbed the singer's "divided soul" -- failed to chart. As his drug problems increased and his marriage to new wife Janis also began to fail, he relocated to Hawaii in an attempt to sort out his personal affairs.

In 1981, longstanding tax difficulties and renewed pressures from the IRS forced Gaye to flee to Europe, where he began work on the ambitious In Our Lifetime, a deeply philosophical record that ultimately severed his longstanding relationship with Motown after he claimed the label had remixed and edited the album without his consent. Additionally, Gaye stated that the finished artwork parodied his original intent, and that even the title had been changed to drop an all-important question mark. Upon signing with Columbia in 1982, he battled stories of erratic behavior and a consuming addiction to cocaine to emerge triumphant with Midnight Love, an assured comeback highlighted by the luminous Top Three hit "Sexual Healing." The record made Gaye a star yet again, and in 1983 he made peace with Berry Gordy by appearing on a television special celebrating Motown's silver anniversary. That same year, he also sang a soulful and idiosyncratic rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the NBA All-Star Game; it instantly became one of the most controversial and legendary interpretations of the anthem ever performed. And it was to be his final public appearance.

Gaye's career resurgence brought with it an increased reliance on cocaine; finally, his personal demons forced him back to the U.S., where he moved in with his parents in an attempt to regain control of his life. Tragically, the return home only exacerbated his spiral into depression; he and his father quarrelled bitterly, and Gaye threatened suicide on a number of occasions. Finally, on the afternoon of April 1, 1984 -- one day before his 45th birthday -- Gaye was shot and killed by Marvin Sr. in the aftermath of a heated argument. In the wake of his death, Motown and Columbia teamed up to issue two 1985 collections of outtakes, Dream of a Lifetime -- a compilation of erotic funk workouts teamed with spiritual ballads -- and the big band-inspired Romantically Yours. (Vulnerable, a collection of ballads that took over 12 years to complete, finally saw release in 1996.) With Gaye's death also came a critical re-evaluation of his work, which deemed What's Going On to be one of the landmark albums in pop history, and his 1987 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame permanently enshrined him among the pantheon of musical greats. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Playlist Your Way (Hits Cd)

1. Let's Get It On

2. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

4. Got To Give It Up

6. What's Going On

8. I Heard It Through The Grapevine

9. That's The Way Love Is

10. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby

11. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing

12. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)

13. Trouble Man

14. Distant Lover

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Track List: Marvin Gaye Gold

Disc 1

1. Stubborn Kind Of Fellow

2. Hitch Hike

3. Pride And Joy

4. Can I Get A Witness

5. You're A Wonderful One

6. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

7. I'll Be Doggone

8. Ain't That Peculiar

9. It Takes Two

10. Ain't No Mountain High Enough

11. Your Precious Love

12. If I Could Build My Whole World Around You

13. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing

14. You're All I Need To Get By

15. You

16. I Heard It Through The Grapevine

17. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby

18. That's The Way LoveIs

19. His Eye Is On The Sparrow

Disc 2

1. What's Going On

2. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)

3. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)

5. Where Are We Going

6. Trouble Man

7. Let's Get It On

8. Come Get To This

9. Distant Lover (Live)

10. I Want You

11. Got To Give It Up

12. Anger

13. Ego Tripping Out

14. Praise

15. Sexual Healing

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Track List: Marvin Gaye: The Millenium Collection, Vol. 2

1. What's Going On

2. Trouble Man

3. Let's Get It On

4. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)

5. Inner City Blues

6. Distant Lover (Live)

7. You're A Special Part Of Me

8. Come Get To This

9. I Want You

10. My Last Chance

11. Got To Give It Up

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Track List: Vulnerable

1. Why Did I Choose You?

2. She Needs Me

3. Funny (Not Much)

4. This Will Make You Laugh

5. The Shadow Of You Smile

6. I Wish I Didn't Love You So

7. I Won't Cry Anymore

8. Why Did I Choose You (Alternate Vocal Performance)

9. I Wish I Didn't Love You So (Alternate Vocal Performance)

10. I Won't Cry Anymore (Alternate Vocal Performance)

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Track List: Dream Of A Lifetime

1. Sanctified Lady

2. Savage In The sack

3. Masochistic Beauty

4. It's Madness

5. Ain't It Funny(How Things Turn Around)

6. Symphony

7. Life's Opera

8. Dream Of A Lifetime

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Track List: Midnight Love

1. Midnight Lady

2. Sexual healing

3. Rockin' After Midnight

4. 'Til Tomorrow

5. Turn On Some Music

6. Third World Girl

7. Joy

8. My Love Is Waiting

9. Rockin' After Midnight (Instrumental)

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Track List: I Want You

1. I Want You

2. Come Live With Me Angel

3. After The Dance (Instrumental)

4. Feel All My Love Inside

5. I Wanna Be Where You Are

6. I Want You (Intro Jam)

7. All The Way 'Round

8. SInce I Had You

9. Soon I'll Be Loving You Again

10. I Want You (Intro Jam)

11. After The Dance

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Track List: Let's Get It On

1. Let's Get It On

2. Please Stay (Once You Go Away)

3. If I Should Die Tonight

4. Keep Gettin' It On

5. Come Get To This

6. Distant Lover

7. You Sure Love To Ball

8. Just To Keep You Satisfied

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Track List: Trouble Man ST

1. Main Theme Form Trouble Man

2. 'T' Plays It Cool

3. Poor Abbey Walsh

4. The Break In (Police Shoot Big)

5. Cleo's Apartment

6. Trouble Man

7. Theme From Trouble Man

8. 'T' Stands For Trouble

9. Main Theme From Trouble Man

10. Life Is A Gamble

11. Deep-In-It

12. Don't Mess With Mister 'T'

13. There Goes Mister 'T'

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Track List: Trouble Man (40th Anniversary Expanded Edition)

Disc 1

1. Main Theme From Trouble Man (2)

2. "T" Plays It Cool

3. Poor Abbey Walsh

4. The Break In (Police Shoot Big)

5. Cleo's Apartment

6. Trouble Man

7. Theme From Trouble Man

8. "T" Stands For Trouble

9. Main Theme From Trouble Man

10. Life Is A Gamble

11. Deep-In-It

12. Don't Mess With Mr. T

13. There Goes Mr. T

14. Main Theme From Trouble Man (2) (Alternate Take With Strings)

15. "T" Plays It Cool (Unedited Version)

16. Poor Abbey Walsh, Part 2 (Take 1)

17. Poor Abbey Walsh, Part 2 (Take 2)

18. Trouble Man (Extended Version)

19. Theme From Trouble Man (Vocal Version)

20. T Stands For Trouble (Unedited Vocal Version)

21. T Stands For Trouble (Alternate Version)

22. Main Theme From Trouble Man (Vocal Version)

Disc 2

1. Trouble Man (Film Version)

2. Pool Hall (Film Version)

3. 'T' Plays It Cool (Film Version)

4. Cadillac Interlude/Cleo's Apartment (Film Version)

5. Man Tied Up/Jimmy's West/Conversation With Cleo (Film Version)

6. Crap Game (Aka The Break In)/Getting Rid Of Body/Talking To Angel (Film Version)

7. Outside Police Station (Film Version)

8. Bowling Alley Parking Lot (Film Version)

9. Stick Up (Film Version)

10. Cleaners/Cleo (Film Version)

11. Closing Jimmy's (Film Version)

12. Police Break In (Film Version)

13. "T" Cleans Up/Police Station (Film Version)

14. Packing Up/Jimmy Gets Worked/Saying Goodbye/"T" Breaks In/Movie Theater (Film Version)

15. Car Ride/Looking For Pete (Film Version)

16. Parking Garage/Elevator (Film Version)

17. Penthouse (Film Version)

18. Getting Pete (Film Version)

19. My Name Is "T"/End Credits (Film Version)

20. "T" At The Cross (Film Version)

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Track List: What's Going On

1. What's Going On

2. What's Happening Brother

3. Flyin' High (In The Friendly Sky)

4. Save The Children

5. God Is Love

6. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)

7. Right On

8. Wholy Holy

9. Inner City Blues

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Track List: I Heard It Through The Grapevine

1. You

3. Chained

4. I Heard It Through The Grapevine

6. Some Kind Of Wonderful

7. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever

8. Change What You Can

9. It's Love I Need

10. Every Now And Then

11. You're What's Happening In The World Today

12. There Goes My Baby

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Track List: Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing: The Greatest Hits In Concert

1. I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Live)

2. Come Get To This (Live)

3. Let's Get It On (Live)

5. What's Going On (Live)

6. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) (Live)

7. Joy (Live)

9. Rockin' After Midnight (Live)

10. Distant Lover (Live)

11. Sexual Healing (Live)

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Track List: When I'm Alone I Cry

1. You've Changed

2. I Was Telling Her About You

3. I Wonder

4. I'll Be Around

5. Because Of You

6. I Don't Know Why

7. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

8. When Your Lover Has Gone

9. When I'm Alone I Cry

10. If My Heart Could Sing

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Track List: That Stubborn Kinda' Fellow

1. Stubborn Kind Of Fellow

2. Pride & Joy

3. Hitch Hike

4. Get My Hands On Some Lovin'

5. Wherever I Lay My Hat

6. Soldier's Plea

7. It Hurt Me Too

8. Taking My Time

9. Hello There Angel

10. I'm Yours, You're Mine

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Track List: At The Copa

1. I Concentrate On You

2. Just In Time

3. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

6. Georgia Rose

7. The Song Is You

8. Ain't That Peculiar

9. Every Once In A While

10. The Shadow Of Your Smile

11. Night Song

12. Pride And Joy

13. This Could Be The Start Of Something Big

14. Strangers In The Night

15. Introduction Of Orchestra

16. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

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Track List: Here, My Dear

1. Here, My Dear

2. I Met A Little Girl

3. When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You

4. Anger

5. Is That Enough

6. Everybody Needs Love

7. Time To Get It Together

8. Sparrow

9. Anna's Song

10. When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You (Instrumental)

11. A Funky Space Reincarnation

12. You Can Leave, But It's Going To Cost You

13. Falling In Love Again

14. When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You (Reprise)

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Track List: Live At The Indiana Speedway

3. I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Live)

4. Come Get To This (Live)

5. Lets Get It On (Live)

7. What's Going On (Live)

8. Inner City Blues (Live)

9. Joy (Live)

10. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (Live)

14. Rockin' After Midnight (Live)

15. Distant Lover (Live)

16. Sexual Healing (Live)

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Track List: Sexual Healing (Kygo Remix) (Single)

1. Sexual Healing (Kygo Remix)

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Track List: Sexual Healing (SNBRN Remix) (Single)

1. Sexual Healing (SNBRN Radio Remix)

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Oz
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The best song in the world
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Such soul!! Love his Motown sound!! RIP Marvin Gaye!!
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When around you block all thought cause I'm to busy thinking about you;sometime lose track time thinking about you.
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The best song
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The best Ever
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whattttttttt t t
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One of the greatest! !! Aries love!! 4/12
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Miss you Marvin
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What's Going On? led the soundtrack to my all-expenses paid vacay in Vietnam...
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I miss you Marvin. I will always love you Ann
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We will miss you timeless :)
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Boy this was the Jam. Everybody ran to the dance floor. .
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We will always e together
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Soulful music,❤ it!
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I love u Marvin I grew up listening to your music
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Miss you. Love. Your. Music. One. Of. Your. Biggest. Fan
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Oh Marvin sing on and on !!
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Represent Ohio fellas just simply good music flat out.
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There will never be another one like. I wish I had a picture of my deceased uncle n they could pass as " identical twins"
" PIP" Uncle Gene & Marvin
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The Best Ever!!!!!
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Rip Marvin Gaye! You were and always will be the prince of Motown! Marvin Gaye is one of the best vocalist ever with his 3 octave range.
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45 years and still spot on. Great song sad it's timeless.
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love you forever, dancing in my computer chair! Keep on Dancing!
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Ok, Please Stay by Marvin Gaye is my jam to, I played the lines off this
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I love you so much and God blessing i use to love you are music when I was Africa 19 86 steel blessing and God bless you god bless your family and all the best I love you Marvin Gaye thank you so much its me Amina for Africa excuse me I can boogie down now thank you
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Love this man his voice is so s oothing. RIP Marvin.
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Mr Motown
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miss you .
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come back marvin - see whats going on
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I love this artist, distant lover reminds me of my first and only love, lilnate the player, saw him from afar, weeks ago. I hope he is happy.
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my song for grilling and chilling
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Could it get any better than?
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Love All
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This song will never go out of style. Its tells it like was back in the day,and it still fits today.
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ill be doggone if i dont adore marvin my native Dc neighbour
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I love this song
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One of the greats,like it
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Reminds me of the old neighborhood .
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I had this album UK UM UM!!!! A Gifted Man BABYFACE MY SECOND TO MR MARVIN GAYE!!!
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I just need to be alone without the drama please. NO more liars, theives, horney nasty men or boys. COWBOYS MY NATION. BRING BACK MY YESTERDAY. DIANA ROSS, MORE MOTOWN BLUES, MORE JAZZ LIKE PAUL HARDCASTLE AND SANTANA
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