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SoulSummer**** presents This Day in Soul History: Tammi Terrell - Sweet Memories. To read the story go to *******bit.ly/aMGB9N.
17 Mar 2010
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song by Marvin Gaye and tammi terrell made by Sally aka mickeyloverfreak THIS IS A FAN MADE!
4 Jan 2010
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Click Here for Official Website: *******www.rnbbeats**** Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr.,[1] better known by his stage name Marvin Gaye (April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984) was an American singer-songwriter, drummer, pianist and instrumentalist, with a three-octave vocal range.[2] Starting as a member of the doo-wop group The Moonglows in the late fifties, he ventured into a solo career after the group disbanded in 1960 signing with the Tamla subsidiary of Motown Records. After a year as a session drummer, Gaye ranked as the label's top-selling solo artist during the sixties. Due to solo hits including "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)", "Ain't That Peculiar", "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and his duet singles with singers such as Mary Wells and Tammi Terrell, he was crowned "The Prince of Motown"[3] and "The Prince of Soul".[4] Notable for fighting the hit-making but restrictive Motown process in which performers and songwriters and producers were kept separate,[5] Gaye proved with albums like his 1971 What's Going On and his 1973 Let's Get It On that he was able to produce music without relying on the system, inspiring fellow Motown artists such as Stevie Wonder[6] and Michael Jackson[7] to do the same. His mid-1970s work including the Let's Get It On and I Want You albums helped influence the quiet storm, urban adult contemporary and slow jam genres. After a self-imposed European exile in the late seventies, Gaye returned on the 1982 Grammy-winning hit, "Sexual Healing" and the Midnight Love album before his death at the hands of his father on April 1, 1984. He was posthumously inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.
25 Jan 2009
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Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell singing "Your Precious Love"
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Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell -- All time duet performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" for TV in 1967.
10 Nov 2011
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Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell perform "Ain't No Mountain" on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in the 1960s.
29 May 2012
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A great Duet and a superb song
27 Sep 2008
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another video for fans of my work.PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT.i need suggestions for the next band/singer to do a video on..ive never claimed to own this song...so UMG... PISS OFF
6 Jun 2009
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taken from the multitrack master tape...i just removed the vocals music by funk brothers & detroit symphony orchestra instruments: center - bass, drums, tambourine left - vibes, piano, strings right - guitar, strings *******www.mediafire****/?x5yefy5zh00
13 Jun 2012
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Excerpt from the musical "You're All I Need To Get By: The Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell Story" written, directed and produced by Michael Ajakwe Jr. at the Stage 52 Playhouse and Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles in 2002. Additional producers include Kosmond Russell, Ian Foxx and James V. Burks. In this scene, Marvin (William L. Johnson) and Tammi Terrell (Ashley Ta'mar Davis), at the insistence of in-house producer Harvey Fuqua (Darron Johson) perform together for the first time singing a tune written by Motown's latest young songwriters-- Nick Ashford (Robert Doqui Jr.) and Valerie Simpson (LaTamarra Smith). The incredible band you hear backing them up as The Funk Bros. are Scott "Bugs" Allen (Muiscal Director/bass), Keith "Beetle" Price (drums), and Earl Harris (guitar). The cool 60s wardrobe is courtesy of costumer Tuesday Conner of Los Angeles.
12 Nov 2012
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Tammi Terrell - All I Do Is Think About You. Available on A Cellarful of Motown! Volume 1.
14 May 2013
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Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" is an R&B/soul song written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson in 1966 for the Tamla Motown label. The composition was first successful as a 1967 hit single recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, becoming a hit again in 1970 when recorded by Diana Ross.
23 Jun 2013
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Un morceau tiré de l'album "United" (1967) chez Motown
18 Oct 2012
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SoundMojo In this WatchMojo**** video, we take a look at the life and career of American soul singer, Marvin Gaye.
18 Apr 2012
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In 1976 Marvin Gayes marriage was about to collapse. He was also just about to be imprisoned because of non-paid child-support to his wife Anna. Reputedly Motown bailed Marvin out and he was suggested to leave US for a some time. Promoter Jeffrey Kruger arranged a European tour to start up in September 1976 and it also included a long waited visit to England for the first time in ten years. This concert in question was held in 10th October before sell-out audience in Edenhall concert hall Amsterdam. The track listing is pretty much identical compared to the Album "Marvin Gaye - Live At The London Palladium!" which was recorded on the same tour seven days earlier. Only songs missing are "Trouble Man" and "God is Love". All the other tracks are exactly (although in different order) the same as on this DVD, even including the content of medleys. These Medleys are actually one of the biggest problems in this concert. In a way the whole concert is one gigantic medley, while atleast what I was expecting, were the full versions of the songs. If compared to the performances in the "Live in Montreux" DVD this concert feels pretty boring. Marvin himself explained the reason for these medleys in Sharon Davis´ biography book like this; "I got a list of songs from my promoter. He told me all the tracks that were popular in England and I just put them into medley form for few minutes because I hadn´t done them in years. In fact, when I sing them in the States people go for popcorn and hot dogs. The only way you can perform an old record in the States is if you are very animated about it because American´s don´t want memories. They´re not nostalgic people. So I can´t understand why British audiences want to hear the old stuff because for me the songs are very painful, especially those with Tammi Terrell..." The show starts up with two songs from the "I Want you" album; "All The Way Round" and "Since I Had You". The effect of constant eating of junk food and irregular sleeping habits can bee seen on Marvins body as his appearance looks a bit sleepy and swollen. The song "Come Get To This" leads the concert onwards as an intro to an extended version of "Let´s Get It On" in which Marvin really "gets it on" in seducing the female viewers in the audience. After "Let´s Get It On" begins the chain of medleys which won´t end until the finale which is the "Distant Lover". First medley includes some biggest 60´s hits like "Pride and Joy", "I Heard It Through The Grapewine" ect. The second medley consisted of songs from the "What´s Going On?" album starting with "Inner City Blues" and then leading through "What´s Going On?" to "Save The Children". For the final medley of classic duet songs, Marvin was joined on stage by a lady called Florence Lyles. With Florence Marvin sings through songs like "You´re All I Need" and "Ain´t No Mountain High Enough", but unfortunately Flo´s voice sounds really flat compared to original duet partners like Tammi Terrels or Kim Westons. She really doesn´t make any justice for these songs although It´s only my own oppinion. The Finale "Distant lover" is probably the best act in this concert though I think a better performance can be heard on the "Live At The London Palladium" album.
26 Jul 2009
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