The newly released You’re the Man is a “lost” album by the late, great Marvin Gaye. Originally cut in 1972 as the planned follow up to What’s Going On, Gaye shelved the release. But now, it’s been sequenced, edited, and sent out into the world. It’s a great listen through and through, but the fourth song, “Where Are We Going?” is the one we currently can’t stop playing. Universal and intimate, it captures everything that made Gaye’s music from this era so undeniable. It’s hard to make it sound this easy.
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