There's a treat for Marvin Gaye fans to mark what would have been his 80th birthday today.
Motown has released his 1972 "lost album." Planned as the follow-up to What's Going On, You're the Man is drawn from sessions cut in both Detroit and L.A. that were never released by Berry Gordy's company after the title-track single failed to crack the Top 40.
Drawn from the vaults, this 17 song collection is out now on vinyl and digital formats and will be available on CD April 26th.
Here's a medley of four songs from You're the Man to give you a sense of where Marvin's musical compass was pointed in 1972.