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I Want You is the fourteenth studio album by American soul singer and songwriter Marvin Gaye. It was released on March 16, 1976, by the Motown Records subsidiary label Tamla.
Gaye recorded the album between 1975 and 1976 at his studio Marvin's Room in Los Angeles and at Motown's Detroit-based Hitsville West studio. The album has often been noted by critics for producer Leon Ware's cinematic, downtempo sound, the erotic themes in his and Gaye's songwriting, and the singer's prominent use of the synthesizer. The album's cover artwork adapts neo-mannerist artist Ernie Barnes's famous painting The Sugar Shack (1971).
A1 I Want You (Vocal) 4:35
A2 Come Live With Me Angel 6:28
A3 After The Dance (Instrumental) 4:21
A4 Feel All My Love Inside 3:23
A5 I Wanna Be Where You Are 1:17
B1 I Want You (Intro Jam) 0:20
B2 All The Way Around 3:50
B3 Since I Had You 4:05
B4 Soon I’ll Be Loving You Again 3:14
B5 I Want You (Intro Jam) 1:41
B6 After The Dance (Vocal) 4:40
Label: Tamla – T6-342S1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Monarch Pressing
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Soul, Disco
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