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How Do You Follow A Masterpiece? Marvin Gaye Tried With 'You're The Man'

In 1972, Gaye began work on a follow-up to his classic album, What's Going On. He laid down over a dozen new tracks, but the project stalled and most of the songs were not released until now.

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How Do You Follow A Masterpiece? Marvin Gaye Tried With 'You're The Man'

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