You weren’t around back then? Maybe you were around, like I was, in  when Marvin Gaye walked to the center court of the Great Western Forum at the NBA All-Star game and performed a very soulful rendition.
Loads of stuff. Siouxsie, The Missing Persons, Wayne Shorter. Shit, all the greats, man. Anything from Steve Reich to Wayne Shorter to Tangerine Dream to Tchaikovsky, Tom Petty and Marvin Gaye.
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