Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States (1938 – 1993)
Marvin Earl Johnson (October 15, 1938 – May 16, 1993) was an American R&B and soul singer most notable for performing on the first record to ever come from Motown.
Between 1959 and 1961, Johnson would issue nine Hot 100 singles including two top ten singles, "You Got What It Takes" and "I Love The Way You Love". He scored his final top 40 single in 1960 with "(You've Got To) Move Two Mountains"
Johnson's early Motown-issued singles would be… read more
|1||Play on youtube||You Got What It Takes||
|2||Play on youtube||Come to Me||
|3||Play on youtube||I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose||
|4||Play on youtube||I Love the Way You Love||
|5||Play on youtube||You've Got What It Takes||
|6||I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose - Single Version / Mono||
|7||Play on youtube||(You've Got To) Move Two Mountains||
|8||Play on youtube||With All That's in Me||
|9||Play on youtube||I Miss You Baby (How I Miss You)||
|10||Play on youtube||Why Do You Want To Let Me Go||
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