12 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a promising run of jazz crooning and duets, Marvin Gaye found his solo footing right here. This 1966 album nails vintage soul of the snappiest kind, tapping both the Motown songwriting machine and The Funk Brothers’ legendary rhythm section. Best of all is the Miracles-penned sing-along, “Ain’t That Peculiar.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

After a promising run of jazz crooning and duets, Marvin Gaye found his solo footing right here. This 1966 album nails vintage soul of the snappiest kind, tapping both the Motown songwriting machine and The Funk Brothers’ legendary rhythm section. Best of all is the Miracles-penned sing-along, “Ain’t That Peculiar.”

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