Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On
NME.COM feature on Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 13 January 2003
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- Please Stay (Once You Go Away)
- If I Should Die Tonight
- Keep Gettin' It On
- Come Get To This
- Distant Lover
- You Sure Love To Ball
- Just To Keep You Satisfied
- Let's Get It On
- You Sure Love To Ball (Single Edit)
The singer's 1964 passport valued by US version of TV show
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Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On: Wikipedia Album Entry
After brilliantly surveying the social, political, and spiritual landscape with What's Going On, Marvin Gaye turned to more intimate matters with Let's Get It On, a record unparalleled in its sheer sensuality and carnal energy. Always a sexually charged performer, Gaye's passions reach their boiling point on tracks like the magnificent title hit (a number one smash) and "You Sure Love to Ball"; silky and shimmering, the music is seductive in the most literal sense, its fluid grooves so perfectly designed for romance as to border on parody. With each performance laced with innuendo, each lyric a come-on, and each rhythm throbbing with lust, perhaps no other record has ever achieved the kind of sheer erotic force of Let's Get It On, and it remains the blueprint for all of the slow jams to follow decades later — much copied, but never imitated.
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