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I Want You (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about I Want You (Deluxe Edition) by Marvin Gaye. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Disco, Funk genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:52:14 minutes.

Artist: Marvin Gaye
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Disco, Funk
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:52:14
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No. Title Length
1. I Want You 4:34
2. Come Live With Me Angel 6:28
3. After the Dance (Instrumental) 4:23
4. Feel All My Love Inside 3:22
5. I Wanna Be Where You Are 1:16
6. I Want You (Intro Jam Edit) 0:19
7. All the Way 'Round 3:49
8. Since I Had You 4:05
9. Soon I'll Be Loving You Again 3:12
10. I Want You (Intro Jam) 1:40
11. After the Dance 4:38
12. I Want You (Single Version) 3:36
13. I Want You (Instrumental) 4:37
14. Strange Love (Feel All My Love Inside) [Instrumental] 2:57
15. I Want You (A Cappella With Bass & Congas) 5:04
16. Come Live With Me Angel (Unedited Mix) 7:35
17. After the Dance (Instrumental, Alternate Version) 5:32
18. Feel All My Love Inside (Extended Alternate Mix) 3:52
19. I Wanna Be Where You Are (Unedited Mix) 6:05
20. I Want You (Guitar Jam) 0:29
21. All the Way Around (Alternate Vocal) 3:50
22. Since I Had You (Alternate Mix) 4:15
23. Soon I'll Be Loving You Again (Alternate Mix) 3:49
24. I Want You (Jam, Alternate Mix) 4:52
25. After the Dance (Vocal, Extended Alternate Mix) 5:09
26. I Wanna Be Where You Are (After the Dance) [Alternate Lyrics] 3:59
27. You Are the Way You Are (Instrumental) 4:24
28. Is Anybody Thinking About Their Living? 4:23



Let’s Get It On had been lush and hypnotic, but with I Want You Marvin Gaye took his audience to an even more rapturous place. Written and orchestrated in collaboration with Leon Ware, the album generates a vortex of sound. This is a work of great texture and atmosphere. At times the band and orchestra appear to shake and flutter, as if animated by a rising hot wind. Gaye doesn’t so much lead the music with his vocals as he lets the music lead his voice. At the points where we would expect his voice to rise up, it holds at a murmur, allowing the orchestra swells in illustration of the singer’s inner torment. The music is immaculate and intoxicating, but at the time of release some stodgy critics and fans felt that Gaye had traded the social conscience of What’s Going On to revel in carnal pleasure. In retrospect, I Want You feels bolder and more personal than the works that preceded it. It represents a transformative moment in Gaye’s career, and remains a paragon for musicians who want to expand and articulate the vistas of their inner lives.