Gaye's recording of it paved the way for what later became " psychedelic soul ". Retrieved April 20, Guatemala congressman expresses concern over Trump anti-immigrant rhetoric. But Whitney gives the highest praise to Diana Ross, saying Diana "set a pathway for women like me to walk through". At the time of his death, he was survived by his three children, parents, and five siblings.
The song features a Wurlitzer piano, percussion, and horns.
Why did Diana's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" go number one?
His Tragic Death and Troubled Life". Gary Gray was going to direct a biopic titled Marvin. Only a handful of artists of various genres had recorded albums that focused on social commentary, including Curtis Mayfield. In The Name Of Love". Retrieved December 9, A documentary about Gaye— What's Going On:
Moonglows co-founder Harvey Fuqua later hired The Marquees as employees. Ain't no mountain high enough Marvin Gaye. Gaye reached the top 40 with the dance song, " Hitch Hike ",  peaking at No. As writer Eddie Holland explained, "He was the only singer I have ever heard known to take a song of that nature, that was so far removed from his natural voice where he liked singing, and do whatever it took to sell that song. Loved Up the Ladder to the Roof There have been several attempts to adapt Gaye's life story into a feature film.