Marvin Gaye, the "truest artist," divided soul, Motown legend and tormented "seeker who sought salvation through music" is back among us, both ethereal and palpable. This week marks what would have been his 80th birthday, the 35th anniversary of his murder by his own father, the dedication of a Commemorative Forever Stamp in his image, and the release of his long-lost, posthumous album to remind us of what we lost. The bittersweet title says it all: "You're the Man."
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