Marvin Gaye’s 1972 Lost Album “You’re The Man” Set For Release
Well right here’s some thrilling information for Marvin Gaye followers on the market. The scrapped 1972 album, You're The One, which by no means noticed the sunshine of day is being revived and launched now. Motown introduced on Friday that the comply with as much as 1971’s What’s Going On will lastly be dropping March 29th. It’s stated that Marvin pulled the plug on the undertaking after a single from the album did not do properly on the charts, and due to this fact was by no means launched.
You’re The Man, which might be launched 4 days earlier than what would have been Gaye’s 80th birthday (April 2), options all of Gaye’s solo and non-soundtrack recordings from 1972. There’s blended studies as for what number of songs the undertaking will comprise and if the songs are literally by no means earlier than heard, however fortunately we’ll discover out subsequent month.
To kick issues off, a brand new single from the upcoming album has been launched known as "My Last Chance,” which is mixture of Fugees and Amy Winehouse producer Salaam Remi, which you'll take heed to (beneath).
Who’s excited to listen to Marvin Gaye’s posthumous album?