When I'm Alone I Cry
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|When I'm Alone I Cry|
|Studio album by Marvin Gaye|
|Released||April 1, 1964|
|Marvin Gaye chronology|
After When I'm Alone I Cry was unsuccessful upon its release, Gaye finally balked under pressure to record more R&B and soul material. By the end of the decade he had become one of the best-selling and most revered soul artists of his generation.
- "You've Changed" (Bill Carey, Carl Fischer)
- "I Was Telling Her About You"
- "I Wonder"
- "I'll Be Around"
- "Because of You"
- "I Don't Know Why"
- "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
- "When Your Lover Has Gone" (Einar Aaron Swan)
- "When I'm Alone I Cry" (Avery Vandenberg, Morris Broadnax, Fredericka Foreman)
- "If My Heart Could Sing" (Vandenberg, Broadnax)