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.......to come across something you've not heard before. Never knew that Marvin Gaye had done this vocal version of Earl van Dykes *All For You"......one of my favourite instrumentals. Like it  :thumbsup:

 

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came with a book released about 3-4 years ago published by NEIL RUSHTON  the other side of the single was "trust in me " JACKIE ROSS ...the issue came with book  a bit hard to find  ......  .demo easy to find  plenty out there

 

 

 

two great sides......

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After all these years I'm forever coming across new stuff on Soul Source thanks to the links everyone puts up (including the above) - it's a constant source (ahem) of pleasure.

I now have a massive list of wants that I'll never be able to complete!

God look at the time - go to bed, Stu.

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Jimmy Ruffins is far better to my ear's only released on that cellar full of Motown a few year ago I believe

 

Bazza  :hatsoff2:

 

Just listened to that track Bazza, and yeah, like that just as much as the Marvin Gaye one. Can't believe I've never heard either one of these before because "All For You" has been one of my favourite instrumentals for years and years. Soul music......can one person EVER get to hear every single track out there in their lifetime???  :thumbup:

 

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Guest FrostyJak

Check out the previously Unreleased version from 66 on 94  "The Very Best Of Marvin Gaye" 

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Jimmy Ruffins is far better to my ear's only released on that cellar full of Motown a few year ago I believe

 

Bazza  :hatsoff2:

Also to be found on The Ultimate Motown Collection :thumbsup:

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Was first released as a 7" single in the UK in 1994 on official Motown label with a picture sleeve TMG 1426. Radio edit on A side with Pure Soul Mix on B side. It was released to coincide with the CD release 'Very Best Of Marvin Gaye'. It is probably quite scarce now, hard to believe it was 20 years ago. But at the time I think it even flirted with the charts - Woolworths certainly had stocks.

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