Marvin Gaye / Vol One 1961-1965


Here’s what the forthcoming Marvin Gaye Volume One 1961-1965 vinyl box looks like!

This 7LP set is due for release on 20 April 2015 and full details of the content can be found here.

Note: The previous advice of pre-ordering with Amazon Spain still stands – it’s over £40 cheaper than the UK price.


Albums in the box:

The Soulful Moods of Marvin Gaye (1961)
That Stubborn Kinda Fellow (1963)
When I’m Alone I Cry (1964)
Hello Broadway (1964)
Together – Marvin Gaye and Mary Wells (1964)
How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You (1965)
A Tribute to the Great Nat “King” Cole (1965)

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I’m excited to see that Marvin Gaye’s sixties albums are being reissued on vinyl again. Hopefully they aren’t mastered from 44.1 bit cds. I’m looking forward to purchasing this set.

karri korsu

So? Were they from cds or mp3s or something similar? If you can give me some info about the jackets and packaging that would be useful.


It is odd that she has probably now got more money than Marvin himself ever had in his lifetime, a bit like winning the lottery.


Think it might just be safer for me to just drive over to Studio A on West Grand Boulevard and hum a few bars. I will skip ownership as much as I like Marvin (especially with Tammi)

graeme ewan

That last post sounded like someone elses!! who can i sue!!???


Pharrell :-)


That last post didn’t make $15M, though.

graeme ewan

NO THANKS, GIVE ALL YOUR CASH TO NONA!!! ( is that her name? cant remember) anyway, – she cries because someone dare use the similar chords/notes apparently. AVOID AVOID AVOID. fair enough, it may be similar but come on people, come on……….


credit due where credit due – I couldn’t believe it wasn’t a sample. First time i heard it, I asumed it was! Crap song none the less (Blurred Lines that is)