I Didnt Mean To Turn You On - Various - Dance Trax (Vinyl, LP)

The song also stood to be one of Marvin's most popular singles during his later Motown period followed by his sabbatical following the release of 's Let's Get It On. The song eventually reached number fifteen on the Billboard Hot and number one on the Hot Selling Soul Singles chart. Originally conceived by Motown songwriter Leon Ware and his songwriting partner "T-Boy" Rossit was originally intended to be included in Ware's Musical Massage album.

When Ware, who was also signed to the label as a solo artist, presented the rough draught of his album to Motown-CEO Berry Gordythe mogul was appreciative of the songs, including a rough version of "I Want You". But after hearing it, he convinced Ware to give some of the songs to Marvin Gaye, who was coming off the release of his acclaimed record, Let's Get It Onhis final duet recording with Diana Ross and a commercially successful live album and was coming off a US tour at the time.

Marvin, who called himself a perfectionist, had struggled with creating a follow-up album to Let's Get It On. When Ware played Gaye the rough draft of "I Want You", Marvin, then inspired by his relationship with his girlfriend Janis Hunter[3] was motivated to record a convincing performance of the song, which was about a man trying to convince a wayward lover that he wanted the woman to love him as much LP) he loved her.

Purportedly recorded at Marvin's Roomthe singer's new recording studio in Los Angeles, Marvin also reportedly recorded the song while lying on the back of his sofa according to Ware, who said that he couldn't see Gaye at first but then discovered a laid-back Marvin delivering the song in his trademark tenor vocals. The song was a fusion of different genres, an unusual mix for Gaye.

The instrumentation included stringsthen an important ingredient to soul and disco -styled music in the seventies, bongosbell treepercussive congas added a jazz feel to the song, the bass guitar notes and guitar riffs bring in a funk ingredient, while additional guitar provided by Ray LP) Jr. Gaye's lead vocals brought in both falsetto and a gospel approach near the ending coda of the song.

Additional vocals, later added to Gaye's deluxe edition re-issue of I Want Youshowcase two different lead vocal takes by Marvin. The background vocals, all sung by Gaye, recalled Marvin's early doo-wop roots. For Rajat Kakar, managing director, Sony DADC India, the vinyl experience is intrinsically linked with the romance of un-sleeving the record, the original inlay and the artwork. He believes that vinyl is largely the preserve of collectors and connoisseurs with a passion for high- fidelity sound which gets lost in compressed digital formats.

Though vinyl gradually faded from the mainstream when the audio cassette was introduced in the US inthere was another group of people, apart from audiophiles and vinyl collectors, who kept the second-hand LP market alive—the DJs. Crate-digging in far corners of the world for specific tracks, underground sounds and lesser-known artists, DJs shared a close relationship with the LP, swearing by its superior sound.

This then enables him to match tracks and mix a loop of unique beats. Home-grown DJs like Mumbai-based Pramod Sippy aka DJ Pramz, who has recently started doing vinyl-only sets, agrees the sound quality is much superior to digital tracks—and it is a lot I Didnt Mean To Turn You On - Various - Dance Trax (Vinyl fun to play. Playing with vinyl is challenging as mixing and matching tracks is a task," he says. And although sourcing, buying, storing and caring for vinyl is a major investment, it is worth it.

He believes a vinyl set is an audiovisual experience for the audience, which can really see the DJ at work, handling an LP. On a much smaller scale, retired forest officer Sunny Mathew in Kerala is doing the same thing. Suresh Chandvankar in Mumbai has over 10, records in his collection. A former physicist with the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Chandvankar is honorary secretary of the Society of Indian Record Collectors, Mumbai, which tries to bring together Indian record lovers, combine resources and create a vast archive of Indian recordings.

He stresses the importance of this community of sellers, buyers, swappers and researchers involved in discography. This cult of vinyl lovers has found its modern-day expression in a WhatsApp group called Vinyl Addicts Anonymous, which brings together collectors and enthusiasts from across India. Run by The Revolver Club, the group has vinylheads sharing all kinds of nerdy trivia, weird vinyl humour, and all manner of useful and random information.

There are obscure LPs up for sale, discussions on the most effective record cleaners, travel tips on where to scour the best vinyl, curious artwork and much more. Although many go online for good deals, the brick-and-mortar vinyl store is an unbeatable experience. This is where one can sift through old and new albums and experience the tactility that is such an important aspect of the format.

And that is why, inindependent record-store owners came up with the idea of an annual event to get artists, enthusiasts, first-timers and record labels together to celebrate vinyl. Over the last decade, this event has turned into one large party, featuring LP) from vinyl-only DJ sets, listening sessions and special discounted merchandise to academic discussions and debate.

Mom and Dad had good taste. But you've got bills to pay. Because record collecting is strangely specific. Limited edition American copies are only slightly less valuable. Though there's apparently a market for that sort of thing. The value of these limited edition blue vinyl copies is just an added bonus. Privacy Policy. Stores pay us. We pay you. Luckily, those with fewer pennies in their pocket can enjoy the rerelease that costs a fraction of the price.

Comparisons to The Fall are often made, and with good reason, as the music is gritty, with trebly bass and drums LP) are hit rather than played. Slanted And Enchanted was raw, exciting and fairly primitive. The rest of the songs oozed perverse energy.

The Pearl Jam sound fused classic rock, funk-inspired and reverb-fuelled riffs and sweeping choruses that Vedder could accompany with memorable lyrics. There was also the darker, more brooding side of Pearl Jam — such as Jeremy, a song written about a high-school student who shot himself in front of his class. During the recording of the album, the band was known as Mookie Blaylock, after the professional basketball player. It was thanks to the success of the singles Even Flow, Alive and especially Jeremy that pushed Ten to eventually stay in the Billboard charts for more than weeks.

The rerelease is the most common version of the album on vinyl — you could search the web for an original pressing of Ten, but you'd be spending around the same amount of money as you would for a new copy.

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