Check Out Marvin Gaye's Never-Released 1972 Tamla/Motown Album, 'You're The Man,'

The "Lost" Follow-Up to 'What's Going On' Is Available Now

February 8, 2019

DIscover Music



*Update: You're The Man was released this morning at midnight (3/29/2019)

Are you ready for some never released Marvin Gaye?! Of course, you are. Check out the press release from Motown/UMe below.

"In celebration of Marvin Gaye's 80th birthday on April 2, Motown/UMe will release his never-issued 1972 Tamla/Motown album, You're The Man, in 2LP gatefold vinyl and digital editions on March 29. You're The Man features all of Gaye's solo and non-soundtrack recordings from 1972, with most of the album's tracks making their vinyl release debuts. SaLaAM ReMi's new mix of the album track "My Last Chance" is available now for streaming and for immediate download with album pre-order...

...In addition to You're The Man, Motown/UMe will release a new expanded edition of Marvin Gaye's 1965 album, A Tribute To The Great Nat King Cole, digitally on March 15. Honoring what would have been Cole's 100th birthday, the album's original mono mix makes its digital debut with the new edition, which also adds more than a dozen bonus tracks, including six alternate takes from the studio sessions."

Read the full press release here.


You can pre-order You're The Man:

Take a listen to the first single below and you know I'll have this for you in #SmoothJazzAfterDark!