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8 thoughts on “ Distant Lover - Marvin Gaye - Live At The London Palladium (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Album. Live at the London Palladium Marvin Gaye. Released March 15, Distant Lover (Live at the London Palladium, ) Lyrics. Closing Theme / I Want You.
  2. Live at the London Palladium is a live double album by soul musician Marvin Gaye, released March 15, , on Tamla Records.
  3. Aug 04,  · Live at the London Palladium, an Album by Marvin Gaye. Released 15 March on Tamla (catalog no. TR2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul, Smooth Soul/5(11).
  4. Outros destaques do LP foram as canções "Come Get to This", "You Sure Love to Ball" e "Distant Lover". [13] Gaye começou a trabalhar naquele que seria seu último álbum dueto, desta vez com Diana Ross. O projeto do LP Diana & Marvin teve início em , mas houve atrasos no andamento do álbum. Com Diana grávida pela segunda vez, Gaye.
  5. A wonderful 70s live album from Marvin Gaye – a set that was as expansive, ambitious, and sophisticated as his studio work from the time! The album's put together almost like a 3-sided portrait of Marvin – in that it begins with a long section of current work, moves into a "fossil medley" of older hits, then returns to "now" to showcase two of his biggest his of the time.
  6. Live at the London Palladium, like his earlier Marvin Gaye Live set - is only about 50 minutes long! That element makes one feel like Marvin was a little like a Vegas act, but the music and Gaye's effortless vocals show how connected he was with the music and able to weave his way around/5(72).
  7. One of the shows, filmed at London's Palladium, was recorded for a live album, later released as Live at the London Palladium, in the spring of Around the same time, Gaye's label Motown tried to get the artist to record in disco music, the current sound of the times.
  8. Live At the London Palladium Marvin Gaye R&B/Soul · Preview Editors’ Notes Soul hero Marvin Gaye conquers the stage on this double LP, from shivering falsetto to party-starting screams. The epic set includes a loving medley of his ’60s material and an intensely sultry version of “Let’s Get It On,” plus the joyous studio jam.

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