A Marvin Gaye album once thought lost will see the light of day later this year.
Motown has just announced the album, You’re the Man, will be released on March 29, four days before what would have been the R&B legend’s 80th birthday. Gaye died in 1984.
The album, which was supposed to have been the follow-up to the classic What’s Going on, will feature all of Gaye’s solo and non-soundtrack recordings from 1972. Gaye recorded the songs in Detroit and Los Angeles, but the full project was never released—only the title track.
Accompanying the announcement is producer Salaam Remi’s new mix of “My Last Chance,” which will appear on the album. Hear it below: