The Marvelettes - The Return Of The Marvelettes album download
|So I Can Love You||2:50|
|That's How Heartaches Are Made||2:57|
|A Breath Taking Guy||3:25|
|No More Tearstained Makeup||3:20|
|Someday We'll Be Together||3:10|
|Our Lips Just Seem To Rhyme Everytime||3:05|
|Take Me Where You Go||3:30|
|I'll Be In Trouble||2:46|
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The Return of The Marvelettes was marketed as the last album by the group, although in reality their last had been 1969's In Full Bloom. It was originally recorded to launch the solo career of former Marvelette Wanda Young, and was produced by Smokey Robinson. By the mid to late 1960s, The Marvelettes had lost their status as Motown's top girl group, as much of the company's focus and promotion turned to The Supremes.
The Return of the Marvelettes Tracklist. Instruments The Funk Brothers. Backing Vocals The Andantes. Lead Vocals Wanda Young. Producer Smokey Robinson.
Complete your The Marvelettes collection. The UK Tamla-Motown issue of this record with catalog number 11177 was never released. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Return Of The Marvelettes (1970) by The Marvelettes. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/190 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Return of the Marvelettes.
Initially, their last studio album for the Tamla label was planned as a solo outing for lead singer Wanda Young, but Berry Gordy chose instead to market it as a Marvelettes album. Although there are a pair of great ballads in "Take Me Where You Go" and "After All," the album comes off as emotionally monotone, and not even Smokey Robinson's studio expertise can save Young from banality.
That's How Heartaches Are Made, 03:02. A Breath Taking Guy, 03:33. Take Me Where You Go, 03:42. I'll Be In Trouble, 02:46. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Album by The Marvelettes. So I Can Love You. Marionette. That's How Heartaches Are Made. A Breathtaking Guy. No More Tear Stained Make Up. Uptown. Someday We'll Be Together. After All. Our Lips Just Seem to Rhyme Every Time. Take Me Where You Go. I'll Be in Trouble.
The Marvelettes lyrics - 66 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Please Mr. Postman", "Beechwood 4-5789", "You're My Remedy". album: "The Marvelous Marvelettes" (1963). album: "The Return Of The Marvelettes" (1970). Marionette That's How Heartaches Are Made A Breathtaking Guy Uptown Someday We'll Be Together After All Fading Away I'll Be In Trouble. other songs: A Little Bit Of Sympathy, A Little Bit Of Love A Need For Love Anything You Wanna Do Finders Keepers Losers Weepers He Won't Be True (Little Girl Blue) I'll Keep Holding On No Time For Tears Tie A String Around Your Finger Too Hurt To Cry, Too Much In Love To Say Goodbye Tossin' And Turnin' Your Cheating Ways.
In 1970, around the time the Marvelettes disbanded, Smokey Robinson had Wanda Young record what was intended as her first solo album with premiere back-up group The Andantes. The material chiefly consisted of older Motown songs that have been overlooked such as "After All" (originally by The Miracles), "I'll Be in Trouble" (originally by The Temptations), and "A Breathtaking Guy". Upon release Motown very quickly lost interest in album sales and did not promote it; the other Marvelettes (who by now had already gone their separate ways) refused to help promote the album, and with Young awaiting the birth of her third child with husband Bobby Rogers, she was unable to promote it. The album barely managed to reach on the Billboard R&B album charts, but missed the Billboard Pop album charts.