Motown Releases Lost Marvin Gaye Album 'You're the Man': Stream Now

Marvin Gaye
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Marvin Gaye plays piano as he records in a studio in 1974. 

Motown released the previously unheard Marvin Gaye album You’re the Man on Friday (March 29).

The posthumous record features 17 tracks from the scrapped follow-up to the late soul icon's legendary 1971 record, What’s Going On. The songs were recorded back in 1972 in Detroit and Los Angeles, including new versions of “My Last Chance,” “Symphony,” and “I’d Give My Life for You,” mixed by Amy Winehouse producer Salaam Remi. An extended version of “I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” is also among the tracks.

This LP marks the first time that all of the Motown legend’s follow-up tracks will appear together.

Stream Marvin Gaye’s You’re the Man below.


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