The most intimate revelation of Marvin Gaye’s spiritual struggle as an artist, human being, and vessel, is searing in every lyrical and vocal fiber of the 1981 vinyl record, In Our Lifetime.
“I had to do something for money, but I also had an obligation – to the truth… Why did I have to regain my throne as the sex king? Who cared about competing with Michael Jackson and Prince? Look what was happening with the world. I had a message to spread. I had my theme.” – Marvin Gaye