's not singing here with Tammi Terrell – but the CD does feature 2 great albums that have Gaye
singing duets with other female stars – one with Mary Wells on Together, the other with Kim Weston on Take Two! Given Mary Wells' placement on Motown in the mid 60s, she makes a perfect choice for Marvin
on the album Together – singing with a style that's strong-voiced, yet intimate – on a set of tracks that include "Once Upon A Time", "Deed I Do", "Until I Met You", "Squeeze Me", "The Late Late Show", "Together", and "After The Lights Go Down Low". Kim Weston's a singer who's sometimes not always used as best as she could, but her work on Take Two with Marvin
is easily some of her greatest on record – a set that brings the best qualities of Weston's voice into sharp focus alongside Gaye
– heard here on tracks that include "It Takes Two", "I Love You, Yes I Do", "Secret Love", "When We're Together", "Love Fell On Me", "Til There Was You", and "Baby Say Yes". 22 cuts in all!
(Out of print. Includes the original slipcase.)