Greatest Hits (Marvin Gaye album)
|Greatest hits album by Marvin Gaye|
|Producer||William "Mickey" Stevenson, Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier|
|Marvin Gaye chronology|
Greatest Hits is a 1964 greatest hits album, the first for American R&B-soul singer Marvin Gaye, released on the Tamla label. Released during Gaye's first period of success, it was also his first charted album as a solo artist after making his album chart debut with the Mary Wells duet album, Together, the same year.
Three of the singles, "Sandman", "Can I Get a Witness" (also featuring that song's B-side, "I'm Crazy 'bout My Baby"), and "You're a Wonderful One", were non-album tracks that made it to release on this particular album.
- "Can I Get a Witness"
- "You're a Wonderful One"
- "Stubborn Kind of Fellow"
- "I'm Crazy 'bout My Baby"
- "Pride and Joy"
- "Hitch Hike"
- "Hello There Angel"
- "One of These Days"
- "I'm Yours, You're Mine"
- "Taking My Time"
- "It Hurt Me Too"
- Marvin Gaye – lead vocals
- Martha and the Vandellas – background vocals
- The Temptations – background vocals
- The Supremes – background vocals
- Four Tops – background vocals
- Holland–Dozier–Holland – background vocals
- The Andantes – background vocals
- The Miracles – background vocals
- The Funk Brothers – instrumentation