Marvin Gaye finally picks up the mantle Sam Cooke laid down 6 years after he released A Change Is Gonna Come. The Motown singer took a huge leap after his Tammi Terrell/Hit Factory period to write one of the most politically charged, era defining albums. Inspired by his brother’s experiences in Vietnam, Gaye wrote from the perspective of a returning war vet, who finds himself cut off from society, out of touch with culture, unable to find a job. Gaye extends his commentary on the social ills of the time to cover drug abuse, the environment, poverty and the consequences for future generations.
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