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Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve [Marvin Gaye]

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This is your Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve. We will try to bring you one “chill” track every day. This is for when you get home and you are trying to unwind. You reach for that glass of wine or that unlit Black & Mild or maybe you reach for something more herbal. This track is for those times. We are just your milkmen and I’m here to make a delivery. Chill…

I’m not sure how many of you out there make daily agenda’s that you write down but my personal belief is that “make love” should always be on that list. Even if it isn’t accomplished; it should always be striven for. Today’s delivery could help with just that goal and it’s brought to you by none other than Marvin Gaye himself. The track I’m bringing to you today is entitled “After The Dance” and its the instrumental version from the album I Want You which was a pretty big hit album back in the 70’s. This track is truly amazing and it just shows the type of experimentation that Marvin was known for. Check out the track, chill and start getting to those agenda items…

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Download: Marvin Gaye – After the Dance [Instrumental]

Article Categories:
70's · Easy Listening · Experimental · Oldies · R&B · Soul

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  • Check for Leon Ware….he wrote and produced most of the songs on this album. This was actually to be his debut before Gordy intervened and handed the material to Gaye, with Ware producing. His debut, Musical Massage, is as good as, if not better than I Want You too.

    OEasy January 7, 2010 9:42 AM Reply
  • thanks; this is definitely one of those end of the day relaxation vibes.

    johnlee January 7, 2010 11:44 AM Reply
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    Test January 8, 2010 3:26 AM Reply
  • :) very nice.

    Anonymous January 8, 2010 3:33 AM Reply
  • Thanks. Going to check that out ASAP.

    Montrey January 8, 2010 10:38 AM Reply
  • very nice

    electblake January 9, 2010 1:21 AM Reply
  • I feel bad, when the track started playing I thought about Nas – play on playa, because he sampled this. Now I know where the original came from.

    Bryan January 9, 2010 9:41 PM Reply
    • That happens to me alot. Like when you find out Lauryn Hill just remade "Killing Me Softly" when you might think she wrote it all herself or something.

      facebook-profile-picture Montrey January 10, 2010 12:58 AM Reply

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