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Unknown Artist - I Want You album mp3

Performer: Unknown Artist
Title: I Want You
Released: 1995
Style: House
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 941
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I Want You (Intro Jam). I believe this was initially supposed to be Leon Ware's debut album, but when Marvin heard the material he convinced Ware to give it to him instead. So, it's interesting to compare this with Leon's actual debut Musical Massage. They're both fantastic albums, musically very similar, ultra slick, sexy and funky, but Marvin's vocals obviously give I Want You the edge, but only just!

I Want You" is a song written by songwriters Leon Ware and Arthur "T-Boy" Ross and performed by singer Marvin Gaye. It was released as a single in 1976 on his fourteenth studio album of the same name on the Tamla label. The song introduced a change in musical styles for Gaye, who before then had been recording songs with a funk edge. Songs such as this gave him a disco audience thanks to Ware, who produced the song alongside Gaye.

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Tracklist

A I Want You - The Official Dub
B1 I Want You - Vocal Mix
B2 I Want You - Instrumental
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