Stubborn Kind Of Fellow 1962

Hitch Hike

Pride And Joy

Try It Baby

Wherever I Lay My Hat

You’re A Wonderful One

Nightlife / I Worry Bout You

You’ve Been A Long Time Coming

Chained

MARVIN GAYE CAN I GET A WITNESSCan I Get A Witness

Pretty Little Baby

One More Heartache

Your Unchanging Love

Hey Diddle Diddle

Ain’t That Peculiar

Take This Heart Of Mine

I Heard It Through The Grapevine

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Too Busy Thinking About My Baby

Abraham Martin And John

What’s Going On

Let’s Get It On

Sexual Healing

Mercy Mercy Me

Right On

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Duets: with Mary Wells
What’s The Matter With You Baby

With Kim Weston: It Takes Two
What Good Am I Without You

With Tammi Terrell:-
Ain’t Nothin’ Like The Real Thing
Your All I Need To Get By

Your Precious Love

Two Can Have A Party
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
If I Could Build My Whole World Around You
The Onion Song

You Are Everything - Marvin Gaye - Diana Ross

With Diana Ross:-
Stop Look Listen (to your heart)
You Are Everything

Marvin Gay's Girls

If you had one LP by Marvin Gaye in the 1960s it was most likely to be ‘THE MOODS OF MARVIN GAYE’.

All the tracks listed above (apart from the later ones after 1969) were featured at the Twisted Wheel Allnighters and also at the Blue Note Club in Manchester. Marvin Gaye tracks are at the core of the Soul music played in the 1960s and built up the sounds recognised by imitators who recorded lots of Tamla Motown sound-alike tracks, some good some bad and later known as Northern Soul.

Moods of Marvin GayeThen in the 70’s he continued to make ground-breaking magnificent music.

Marvin had a sad life – ‘Nightlife’ seems to portray his inner feelings. He was a number one Soul Brother for all those who went to soul clubs in the UK in the 1960’s. His life and times, loves and hates are well documented by others –  we don’t intend to duplicate this information and it can all be found on the related links at the end of this document.

 

 

Then in the 80’s DJay Chris King got into the Motown vaults and found this one which is placed at 438 on Kev Roberts Top 500:

 

Born 2nd April 1939

Died 1st April 1984

Cause of Death Shot dead by his father

Wikipedia: Marvin Gaye

YouTube
Weblinks

Marvin Gaye – answers.com
Marvin Gaye – Murder
Marvin Gaye – History of Rock

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