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Gaye

(ɡeɪ)
n
(Biography) Marvin. 1939–84, US soul singer and songwriter; recordings include "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" (1969), What's Going On (1971), and "Sexual Healing" (1982): shot dead by his father
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To focus on initiatives for a high-level engineering operations set-up, Gaye will lead and liaise with the property engineering teams to develop standards and practices that are on par with international standards.
Although coming off a 90-77 loss, Gaye produced marvelous numbers against the Red Warriors finishing with 20 points, 13 rebounds, and four blocks.
The family of Ed Townsend, who co-wrote Let's Get It On with Gaye, is demanding a jury trial and compensation for damages.
The family of Ed Townsend, who co-wrote Let's Get It On with soul legend Gaye in 1973, claim Ed copied the song's melody, harmony and rhythm.
Office manager Gaye, and contract manager Hugh, were living in a three-bedroom apartment in Bathgate and liked to go for walks together.
According to Gaye, mainly the project aims at developing and promoting a market environment suitable for fast-tracking investment in renewable energy based mini-grids for productive use in villages.
Gaye, 53, who is a paediatric nurse at Warwick Hospital and used to work on the neonatal unit at Coventry's University Hospital, was inspired to take part in memory of her friend Tanya Godwin.
David Mackay prosecuting told the court the trouble began inside Kewz nightclub in Queen Street when Daniel Gaye assaulted Abdulla Aka after a confrontation leaving him apparently unconscious.
Whether it fashions itself thusly or not, and whether the authors admit it or not, "After The Dance: My Life with Marvin Gaye" is a supplement to Ritz's 1985 stellar biography, "Divided Soul: "The Life of Marvin Gaye.
Pharrell Williams' lawyers have declared that this sets a horrible precedent for music and creativity, but the Gaye family would argue dif-dif ferently, and that Williams went beyond merely emulating the style of Marvin Gaye to copying his music.
4 million jury verdict that found they plagiarized Motown soul great Marvin Gaye in creating their hit single "Blurred Lines," the duo's lawyer said on Wednesday, reports Huffington Post.
Heirs of the late soul singer Marvin Gaye won a $7.