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Marvin Gaye - Sexual Healing - The Remixes FLAC

Marvin Gaye - Sexual Healing - The Remixes FLAC Performer: Marvin Gaye
Title: Sexual Healing - The Remixes
Label: Legacy
# Cat: 19075801521
Released: 21 Apr 2018
Country: USA & Europe
FLAC album: 2699 mb
MP3 album: 1632 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Funk / Soul / Pop


1Sexual Healing (Felguk Remix)
Remix – FelgukWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
2Sexual Healing (SNBRN Remix)
Remix – SNBRNWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
3Sexual Healing (Alternate Vocal/Mix)
Producer – Marvin GayeWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
4Sexual Healing (12-Inch Version)
Producer – Marvin GayeWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
5Sexual Healing (Sexual Healing Suite - Remix)
Remix – Ben LiebrandWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
6Sexual Healing (Extended Dance Mix)
Arranged By – The Berman Brothers, Torcuato MarianoEngineer – Fabio GuimaraesPerformer – Marvin Gaye, Studio RioProducer – The Berman BrothersWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown
7Sexual Healing (Kygo Remix)
Performer – Kygo, Marvin GayeRemix – KygoWritten-By – David Ritz, Marvin Gaye, Odell Brown


  • Compilation ProducerJeffrey James
  • DesignAlice Butts


Record Store Day 2018 on Red Smoke Colored Vinyl. Only 3000 copies of this album version are available.
Made in the EU.

Tracks (A1 & A2) Originally Recorded in Ohaine, Belgium & Munich, Germany
Track (B2 & B3) Remixed in Bergen, Norway
Track (B4) Recorded at Digital Visom, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil


  • Barcode: 1 9075-80152-1 7
  • Label Code: LC00162
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Runout): MRP1084/19075801521-A 167617E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Runout): MRP1084/19075801521-B 167617E2/B
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA


  • Manufactured By – Memphis Record Pressing – MRP1084
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 167617E


Comments: (1)
What to say about this LP, made up entirely of originals and re-workings of Marvin Gaye's seminal (all puns intended!) dirty, filthy, grinding "come f*ck me now" hit? First off, it contains the original 12" mix, as of course it should. We were all introduced to this masterpiece in this form and it is only right and proper that it should appear again here. Also added is the "Alternate Vocal Mix" as featured on the 1998 2xCD release of "Midnight Love & The Sexual Healing Sessions", though sadly, the "Alternate 12-inch Instrumental" and "Rehearsal Tape" have been omitted. The real winner of side one is the frankly essential "Sexual Healing Suite" by the one and only Ben Liebrand. Both of the 'original' versions as recorded by Gaye have been combined into over 9 minutes of pure sexual relief - if you haven't come by the end of this opus then you're clinically dead. The mixes on side 'B' are rather hit and miss to these ears. The "Snbrn Remix" is what the Benassi Bros were doing 15 years ago IMHO and is, at best, interesting. The "Felguk Remix" merely samples one of the vocal lines and slaps it into their take on the groove. It's very much of the ilk of those white labels churned out by the 'speciality dance shops' in London and Manchester in the 1990's. You know the type thing: "'ere, just got this booty in, sounds a bit like that old Marvin Gaye song...". The REAL surprise here is the remix by Kygo. Within the first 15 seconds, I'm thinking "Oh no, someone here thinks that Marvin should have had a sideline joining up with Erasure for a covers album..." But... no! Something truly remarkable happens. It's the song we all know and love but lifted up into the energy stratosphere by wizardry that back in the day would surely have had Kygo burned at the stake by the Witch Finder! Is it reggae? Calypso? A bastard child? Whatever, it's the absolute pick of the 'B' side offerings and would surely make for a huge hit for Marvin all over again if it were to be given a stand alone release. In short, the Ben Liebrand and Kygo reworkings do make this song fresh and take on a new life and if you can track a copy down, even if you have a mere passing interest, I wouldn't stop you! BTW, the vinyl looks cool when held up to the light, clearish red with black swirls, but looks a muddy black/brown at best on the turntable - awww! PS. There is another mix but I can't remember a thing about that one, sorry.