Ooh, this I've known, baby, ooo! But the strength of the album is its jazzy atmosphere and moody grooves. Gonna keep movin', gonna go to town. Marvin Gaye - Sexual Healing 5. Signing the contract in early 1972, Gaye sought to take advantage of his opportunities. Product description Marvin's ultra funky 1972 soundtrack. Today's soundtracks contain a mish mash montage of Hip-Hop trash, rehashed old school tunes that have nothing to do with the action or emotional connection of the movies theme. Come up hard, baby Now, I'm fine, I've Checkin' trouble, sugar Hey, movin' down the line Oooh.
I know some places And I see some faces I've got the connections I dig my directions What people say, that's okay They don't bother me, oh yeah. This I've known, baby Ain't gon' let it sweat me, baby Woo! Mostly instrumental, movie soundtrack-filler, background type of pieces, but there are a couple of full-fledged songs. They stop mid-sentence, around page 16, of an otherwise elaborate booklet. Marvin Gaye - Inner City Blues Make Me Wanna Holler 8. Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through the Grapevine 4.
I come up hard, and now I'm gettin' down! T got his name from, and this soundtrack got a big shoutout in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. I come up hard, I had to win! Marvin Gaye - Got To Give It Up Part 1 10. Gaye invited several musicians, including some from the and musicians from 's band. That said, please take heed: My only complaint is that the liner notes are incomplete. I'm ready to make it Don't care what the weather Don't care 'bout no trouble Got myself together I feel the kind of protection That's all around me. The rest of the lp is variations of that song in inst form done in short snippets and short symphonic themes.
This is probably where Mr. I haven't been disappointed at all, other than the fact that the music could've gone on for hours and I wouldn't have minded at all. Trouble Man, the main theme and song was the only commercial single from the soundtrack. Issac Hayes Shaft and Curtis Mayfield's Superfly were the first movies to use popular music into a movie and maintian a theme through out that moved along with the story and gave the movie life. Yeah, you never let it sweat you baby, whooooo Got me singin', yeah, yeah, hooo I come up hard, baby, I had to fight! One of the more underrated soundtracks of the 70's.
As the soundtrack to the 1972 film of , the Trouble Man soundtrack was a more contemporary move for Gaye, following his landmark politically charged album. To keep my dignity with all my might! Some 70s themes will sound familiar. The other three versions were put on the album as with Gaye providing keyboards while solos and occasionally guitar accompany him. Nothing against him or his music, but I just never sought it out before. Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man mp3. That's ironic, given that Gaye bookended Trouble Man with two conceptual triumphs, and.
I didn't make it sugah, playin' by the rules! Marvin Gaye - Right On 16. The alternate version featured Gaye double-tracking two lead vocal parts into one, bringing his falsetto vocals with his tenor on top of the falsetto. Unlike Curtis Mayfield's concurrent , however, Gaye's record mostly fails to rise above the clichés of film music. I come up hard, awful hard I had to win Then start all over And win again. I'm shakin' trouble sugah, movin' down the line.
I come up hard, baby But now I'm fine I'm checkin' trouble, sugar Movin' down the line. Marvin Gaye - What's Going On 2. I've enjoyed this expanded Trouble Man so much, that I'm giving it 5-stars! I come up hard But that's okay, 'cause Trouble man Don't get in my way Hey, hey! Bolstered by the successes of film soundtracks such as and , Motown offered the musician a chance to compose his own film soundtrack after winning rights to produce the crime thriller,. Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On 3. Curtis Mayfeild's soundtracks were perfect as far as being relevant to the movies theme. Thoses soundtracks were all relevant to the movie. The only other album recorded under his full creative control was , released in 1981.
Save for the pained, dramatic title single and a few moments of sax-and-wah-wah strutting, much of what's here fails to touch Mayfield's song suite. Marvin Gaye - Ain't No Mountain High Enough 6. I come up hard I come up, gettin' down There's only three things fo' sho' Taxes, death and trouble. Learn how to download music. Come up hard, baby I had to fight Took care of my business Wit' all my might.