Marv Johnson

Born 15 October 1938. Died 16 May 1993
Marv Johnson
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1938-10-15
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Marv Johnson

Marv Johnson Biography (Wikipedia)

Marv Earl Johnson (October 15, 1938 – May 16, 1993) was an American R&B and soul singer, notable for performing on the first record issued by Tamla Records, which later became Motown.

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I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose
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I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose
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I Miss You Baby (How I Miss You)
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I Miss You Baby (How I Miss You)
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I'll Miss You Baby
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I'll Miss You Baby
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You Got What It Takes
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You Got What It Takes
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(You've Got To) Move Two Mountains
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(You've Got To) Move Two Mountains
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One Track Mind
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One Track Mind
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Safety Zone
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Safety Zone
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