Marvin Gaye - Romantically Yours mp3 album
Romantically Yours was the second posthumous release by American recording artist Marvin Gaye, also released by Columbia Records in 1985. Marvin Gaye died in April 1984, leaving behind two albums left on his contract with Columbia Records. In May 1985, Columbia issued the compilation album, Dream of a Lifetime, which performed modestly on the chart.
Released November 1985. Romantically Yours Tracklist. 1. Why Did I Choose You? Lyrics. Romantically Yours Q&A. Label Columbia Records & Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings. Producers Hal Davis, Marc Gordon & Marvin Gaye. Writers Bart Howard, Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim. Mastered by Bernie Grundman. More Marvin Gaye albums. You're the Man. Let's Get it On CD2. Show all albums by Marvin Gaye. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Romantically Yours, much like When I'm Alone I Cry, compiles the quieter moments of Marvin Gaye's earlier works. Much to the chagrin of Motown executives, Gaye always wanted to release an album of vocal standards in the stylings of one of his musical heroes, Nat King Cole. The results are a bit uneven, and those wishing to hear Gaye at his finest when performing in this vein should check out the recently issued Vulnerable for a better survey of his work from this time.
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R&B/Soul songs and albums by Marvin Gaye, Mp3 Music. Release Date: 1985-11-01. Explicitness: notExplicit.
MARVIN GAYE - Romantically Yours. Boxset, Compilation · 1985. Filed under Jazz Related RnB By MARVIN GAYE.
Anthology (Marvin Gaye album). Anthology: Marvin Gaye. Greatest hits album by Marvin Gaye. August 22, 1995 (1995-08-22). Gaye's Anthology set was actually released a total of three times in different track listings. The 1974 original, which charted, featured singles spanning from his 1962's "Stubborn" to material from his What's Going On album, while a 1986 re-issue featured songs from Let's Get It On, I Want You and duets with Diana Ross. The 1995 re-issue deleted some of the duets from the other two releases and included material from Gaye's later period (1978–1981).