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Tammi Terrell The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD)

The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD)

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Tammi Terrell: The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD)

​(1998/Marginal) 29 tracks



Tammi Terrell - The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD) Medium 1
1: Sinner's Devotion
2: Make The Night Just A Little Longer
3: It's Mine
4: Voice Of Experience
5: Big John
6: If You See Bill
7: If I Would Marry You
8: I Cried
9: Come On And See Me
10: I Can't Believe You Love Me
11: Hold Me Oh My Darling
12: This Old Heart Of Mine
13: Baby Don't You Worry
14: There Are Things
15: That's What Boys Are Made For
16: What A Good Man He Is
17: What A Good Man He Is
18: Tears At The End Of A Love Affair
19: He's The One I Love
20: Can't Stop Now Love Is Calling
21: Just Too Much To Hope For
22: I Can't Go On Without You
23: Ain't No Mountain High Enough
24: Your Precious Love
25: If I Could Build My Whole World Around You
26: Two Can Have A Party
27: Keep On Loving Me Honey
28: You're All I Need To Get By
29: I Can't Help But Love You
30: This Poor Heart Of Mine  


Artikeleigenschaften von Tammi Terrell: The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD)

  • Interpret: Tammi Terrell

  • Albumtitel: The Story Of Tammi Terrell (CD)

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Soul
  • Music Style Soul
  • Music Sub-Genre 254 Soul
  • Erscheinungsjahr 1998
  • Label MARGINAL

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Soul

  • EAN: 2500000442599

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Terrell, Tammi"

Tammi Terrell

Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing



Motown created a star-crossed duo when it paired veteran hitmaker Marvin Gaye and beautiful young Tammi Terrell. Their uplifting 1967 duet Ain't No Mountain High Enough, penned by Motown newcomers Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson and produced by Johnny Bristol and Harvey Fuqua, was a smash. Ditto their encore, Your Precious Love, another luxurious Ashford/Simpson copyright.


"On 'Your Precious Love,' we had the opportunity to do the background–-Marvin and Harvey and myself and Tammi," said their late co-producer, Johnny Bristol. "We called ourselves 'the Riff Brothers Plus One.' Tammi was the 'Plus One.' But we had fun in the studio doing those things. There was a lot of laughter, a lot of clowning around. And I think the joy from the personalities, and the energy–-it was a very relaxed arrangement."

Nick and Val were granted the honor of producing Marvin and Tammi's first smash of 1968, the luscious Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing—though in a typical Hitsville development, Berry Gordy gave them competition. "Berry put us to the test," says Nick. "There were two versions, 'cause they wanted to see if we could really do it." Nick and Val were nervous at their first session as producers but up to the challenge. "Harvey and Johnny Bristol did a version of 'Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing,' and we did a version," says Simpson. "Quality Control picked ours, so it was great," says Ashford. Bristol and Fuqua helmed the pair's last smash that year, If I Could Build My World Around You (its flip, If This World Were Mine, also charted).

Though Marvin and Tammi radiated their usual sparks on the R&B chart-topping Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing, which rocketed to #8 pop (it was all acting—they weren't romantically involved), storm clouds loomed on the horizon. In October of '67, Tammi collapsed in Marvin's arms during a concert at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. The tragic prognosis was a brain tumor. Tammi would only be able to record intermittently as cancer took its toll, though there were several more major sellers for the duo: You're All I Need To Get By and Keep On Lovin' Me Honey later in 1968, Good Lovin' Ain't Easy To Come By and What You Gave Me in '69.

It's been alleged that Simpson actually deputized for the ailing Terrell on some of her last duets with Gaye (Valerie strongly denies it). Tammi died March 16, 1970 at the tender age of 24. Gaye was so devastated that he went on hiatus from touring.

- Bill Dahl -

Various - Sweet Soul Music

Various - Sweet Soul Music 29 Scorching Classics From 1968

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