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    Marv Johnson-Marvelous, More Marvelous Marv Johnson, You Got What It Takes [Best Of]

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    These are streaming/download releases only. Soul singer Marv Johnson could have been one of the best trivia question answers ever. His 1959 debut single "Come to Me" was the first release on Berry Gordy's Tamla label, re-incorporated as Motown a year later. But Johnson would instead continue recording with Motown's first distributor, United Artists, and took two Gordy co-writes, "You Got What It Takes" and "I Love the Way You Love," to the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100. Each of those tracks is the cornerstone of his first two LPs, and a 1992 best-of offers a 24-track career overview.

    Amazon Music-
    Marvelous Marv Johnson by Marv Johnson on Amazon Music - Amazon.com
    More Marvelous Marv Johnson by Marv Johnson on Amazon Music - Amazon.com
    The Best of Marv Johnson - You Got What It Takes by Marv Johnson on Amazon Music - Amazon.com

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    ‎Marvelous Marv Johnson by Marv Johnson on Apple Music
    ‎More Marvelous Marv Johnson by Marv Johnson on Apple Music
    ‎The Best of Marv Johnson - You Got What It Takes by Marv Johnson on Apple Music

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