℗ 2021 UMG Recordings; A Motown Records Release
 

Save The World Remix Suite

Marvin Gaye, Salaam Remi

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1.1
Save The Children (SaLaAM ReMi Remix)
Marvin Gaye; Salaam Remi
4:59
1.2
Sad Tomorrows (SaLaAM ReMi Remix)
Marvin Gaye; Salaam Remi
2:58
1.3
I Want To Come Home For Christmas (SaLaAM ReMi Remix)
Marvin Gaye; Salaam Remi
5:03
1.4
No Need (SaLaAM ReMi Remix)
Marvin Gaye; Salaam Remi
3:47
Total Playing Time    16:47
To accompany the 50th Anniversary reissue of Marvin Gaye's What's Going On, Motown/UMe releases a four-track remix suite from GRAMMY®-nominated producer Salaam Remi, known for his work with countless hip hop, pop, and R&B icons. The suite includes remixes of What's Going On tracks, which includes "No Need," an unreleased instrumental from the "Sad Tomorrows" sessions, as well as a reinterpretation of the holiday release "I Want To Come Home For Christmas," originally recorded in 1972 and thematically tied to What's Going On as a tribute to the Vietnam troops yearning to be with their families for the holidays.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UNI/MOTOWN Studio Masters

Track 3 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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