Difference between revisions of "Let's Get It On"

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|Composed by                  = Marvin Gaye & Ed Townsend
 
|Composed by                  = Marvin Gaye & Ed Townsend
|First known live performance = [[11 May 2011|11 May 2011: Troubadour: West Hollywood, CA, USA]] /// [[17 December 2011-am|17 December 2011 (a.m.): Bar None, Vancouver, BC, Canada]]
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|First known live performance = [[11_November 1994|11 November 1994, Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA]] <small>(first and only known performance with [[Prince]] on vocals)</small> /// [[17 December 2011-am|17 December 2011 (a.m.): Bar None, Vancouver, BC, Canada]] <small>([[Andy Allo]] on vocals)</small>
|Played live in              = [[All_Concerts#2011|2011]] (sung by Andy Allo)
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|Played live in              = [[All_Concerts#1994|1994]], [[All_Concerts#2011|2011]] <small>([[Andy Allo]] on vocals)</small>
|Categories                  = [[Category:2011]][[Category:Cover Songs]][[Category:Cover Songs (Live)]]   
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|Categories                  = [[Category:1994]][[Category:2011]][[Category:Cover Songs]][[Category:Cover Songs (Live)]]   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:00, 8 November 2019

Let's Get It On

 

  • First appeared on: Marvin Gaye: Let's Get It On (1973). Also released as a single in 1973
  • Composed by: Marvin Gaye & Ed Townsend



Performed by Prince