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8 thoughts on “ My Mistake (Was To Love You) - Marvin Gaye - Anthology (CD)

  1. Aug 22,  · A B-side gem from Marvin. Its right up there with his very best songs. Marvin at his best!
  2. Ship your mix CD or pick up in local stores my mixed CD: 0 Tracks albums & tracks: Go. search tips. Anthology: The Best Of Marvin Gaye by Marvin Gaye 01/01/ other albums by Marvin Gaye; Year Title; What's Going On (Live) Ain't No Mountain High Enough (DJ Komori Remix) My Mistake (Was To Love You) In Your Mix.
  3. This one's simply the best available anthology (47 tracks) of the late, great Marvin Gaye's material from his earliest Motown days to the early 90s, and includes seven duets with Tammi Terrell, Kim Weston, and Mary Wells, and four tracks from 'What's Goin' On (you should probably have that album anyway!)/5().
  4. Anthology, a Compilation of songs by Marvin Gaye. Released in on Motown (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Soul.
  5. Originally released in and since out of print in the U.S., this highly acclaimed Marvin Gaye compilation is available now exclusively at Nordstrom. Anthology brings you highlights of Marvin Gaye's career in chronological order, illustrating the depth, progression and richness of the many periods in this legendary artist's career.
  6. The British hits and Sexual healing are all easy to find elsewhere - not just on other Marvin Gaye albums, but also on various artist compilations. If you can't find this album, you can either buy the more recent double-CD, Very best of Marvin Gaye, or go for the boxed set/5().
  7. Unfortunately, Anthology has since gone out of print, to be replaced by the two-disc Very Best of Marvin Gaye. While the newer compilation has the advantage of licensing Gaye's post-Motown smash "Sexual Healing" (which is missing from Anthology), it unfortunately contains 13 fewer tracks, making Anthology the preferred alternative if you can /5(23).
  8. The cover shot for this four-disc box is a floating image of hands outstretched, desperate to touch "The Master"--a suggestion that might be blasphemous if this weren't Marvin Gaye, one of the most impassioned, visionary, and masterful singers who ever lived, and one who inspired intense devotion among his millions of fans/5(50).

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