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Turbulence, Rebellion & Tragedy: The Story Of Marvin Gaye
After he escaped authority for the second time, Gaye sang in a vocal quartet named The Marquees around the DC area. The group achieved no real success and when they disintegrated in 1960, Gaye moved to Detroit where he performed at infamous president Berry Gordon's house. Gordy was impressed and bought Gaye's contract.