There is a reason this legendary musician wears a suit. Mainly because no one can sing quite like Marvin Gaye can.
Days aren’t like they used to be, featuring isolated vocal tracks with no “dup-step” or digitalization. There are few musicians that can pull off the raw talent that Marvin Gaye was blessed with.
In case you were never a Marvin Gaye fan before, this YouTube clip will be sure to change your mind. The soul master has been a legend for many years and just to prove that he hasn’t lost his magic, you can be reassured once you see this video featuring an isolated vocal track of Gaye singing “I Heard it Through the Grapevine.”
The single was originally recorded by Smokey Robinson and Gladys Knight & the Pips. Marvin Gaye released the single on his 1968 album In The Groove. His original version of the single became legendary and was eventually inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
In this YouTube recording, you get the clean track of Gaye’s flowing voice catching a glimpse of the magic behind the legend.
Check out the video below.