The soulful moods of Marvin Gaye [sound recording].
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- Edition: Definitive remastered ed.
- Publisher: [S.l.] : Soul Jam Records, p2012.
Tracks 1-12 originally released on analog in 1961: Tamla (54041).
Program and biographical notes by Gary Blailock and original liner notes ( p. : ill.) inserted in container.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
(I'm afraid) the masquerade is over (5:14) -- My funny valentine (3:33) -- Witchcraft (2:28) -- Easy living (3:09) -- How deep is the ocean (3:12) -- Love for sale (2:57) -- Always (3:07) -- How high the moon (2:33) -- Let your conscience be your guide (3:05) -- Never let you go (2:44) -- You don't know what love is (3:58) -- Bonus tracks: Mama Loochie (Harvey & the Moonglows) (2:33) -- I'm yours, you're mine (1:57) -- Hey little schoolgirl (The Marquees) (2:16).
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Original recordings produced by Berry Gordy, except tracks 12 and 14 produced by Harvey Fuqua.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Marvin Gaye, vocals, piano, drums ; Harvey & the Moonglows (track 12) ; The Marquees (track 14) ; with assisting musicians.
|Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:||
Recorded 1961 in Detroit, Michigan (tracks 1-11, 13), and in 1959 in Chicago, IL (track 14) and Detroit, MI (track 12).
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|Subject:||Popular music > 1951-1960.
Popular music > 1961-1970.
Rhythm and blues music.