Marvin Gaye ‎– Greatest Hits - 1966 Northern Soul - Original UK LP

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Marvin Gaye ‎– Greatest Hits


Label:
Tamla Motown ‎– TML11065
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono, Heavyweight

Record is VG+ VG++ has some light wear (listen to our copy)

Laminated cover is VG+ VG++ has some ring wear and a 2 inches stain in the front (see our pic)

Record comes in original motown inner sleeve VG+ VG++ has some wear 


Country:
UK
Released:
1966
Genre:
Funk / Soul
Style:
Soul

 

 

Tracklist

 

A1 Your Unchanging Love
A2 Take This Heart Of Mine
A3 Try It Baby
A4 Pride And Joy
A5 Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
A6 One More Heartache
A7 You're A Wonderful One
A8 Forever

 

B1 Can I Get A Witness
B2 Now That You've Won Me
B3 Baby Don't You Do It
B4 Little Darling (i Need You)
B5 Ain't That Peculiar
B6 Pretty Little Baby
B7 I'll Be Doggone
B8 How sweet it is (to be loved by you)

 

 

 

Marvin Gaye

Marvin Pentz Gay II was born April 2, 1939, in Washington, D.C. Later in life he changed his name to Marvin Gaye. 

His father, Reverend Marvin Gay Sr, was an ordained minister in the House of G-d, described as 'Hebrew Pentecostal' - an unusual mix of Christianity and Judaism. Reverend Gay was a frighteningly tough disciplinarian. 

Marvin Gaye started singing in church as an infant, and as a child he took up the piano and drums. 

At 15, Marvin Gaye joined the 'doowop' group, The Rainbows. Marvin also sang with The Moonglows. 


Marvin Gaye moved to Detroit and joined the Tamla/Motown company in 1961. His first single was Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide in May 1961, and in June 1961 he had his first album The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye. 

In 1962 he started to break-through. Stubborn Kind of Fellow reached 46 in the US charts, and Hitch Hike reached number 30. 

In 1963 Pride and Joy reached number 10 and in November 1964, the classic How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) reached No.6. 

Marvin Gaye was married to the sister of Motown boss

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Condition Used
Format LP
Label Tamla Motown
Artist Marvin Gaye, Motown
Color Black