(Detroit gifted singer, songwriter and pianist Marv Johnson was a seminal figure in the early history of Motown Records.
Responsible for more than a handful of hits between 1959 and 1960, he enjoyed no less than nine records in the top 100 as well as two songs on the top ten chart, after being chosen by the record producer Berry Gordy as the first artist to be released on his fledging record label TAMLA, in which Marv kept recording and working on sales and promotion until the late 70s.
Often overlooked compared to the other great R&B stars of those years, Johnson’s rich legacy includes dozens of brilliant soulful songs, like the immortal chart-smasher “You Got What It Takes” and the classic “Come To Me”)
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