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Whats Going On 2003 - Marvin Gaye - Whats Going On 2003 (Vinyl)

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  1. Jun 03,  · Marvin's first step away from the pop music cycle. All tracks were written and arranged by Gaye. Basic track for "What's Going On" recorded June 1, /5(K).
  2. Dec 07,  · Nearly 50 years ago, Marvin Gaye released What’s Going On, an album that was not only an undeniable artistic leap forward for Gaye, but also a revolutionary statement of political agency and artistic freedom (especially for a Motown artist).Like Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks, Miles Davis’s Bitches Brew, or Joni Mitchell’s Hejira, What’s Going On is a singular, genre-defying expression.
  3. (July 15, ) It is perhaps the most iconic song of the s, capturing a tumultuous time in America and thrusting its already famous singer, Marvin Gaye, into the stratosphere. “What’s Going On” still resonates nearly a half century after its release, as we struggle as a people with many of the same issues that Marvin addressed on the song and its accompanying album.
  4. "WhatS Going On" [Remastered edition] af Marvin Gaye - CD (Compact Disc). På engelsk. Genre: Soul. Udgivet 27/ Vejer g. Compact Disc.
  5. Jun 16,  · The fact that Marvin was so defiant of Berry Gordy, to go ahead with this bombshell of just great music, stuns the mind. We all know the story: Marvin was tired of being a pretty boy (just like Stevie Wonder was), and after talking with brother about Vietnam, and the tragic death of Ms. Tammi Terrell, Marvin could not take it anymore!/5().
  6. Along with the vinyl pressing, What’s Going On Live will hit streaming services as its own set for the first time on the same day. LISTEN: Marvin Gaye’s Lost Album You’re The Man is.
  7. Aug 31,  · Marvin Gaye’s legendary May concert in Washington D.C., featuring the singer’s only full album performance of his classic What’s Going On, will be .
  8. Marvin Gaye responded by refusing to record any other material until 'What's Going On' was released, and when Gordy asked Smokey Robinson — then Motown's Vice President, as well as one of its biggest stars — to persuade the Prince of Soul to change his mind, Robinson informed him that, "like a bear shitting in the woods, Marvin ain't.

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