January 27, 2018 Records of the Day

Marv Johnson had his biggest hit in 1959 with “You’ve Got What it Takes” for United Artists.  He was also the first recording artist to have a record released by what would become the giant Motown record empire. “Come to Me,” released in 1959 on Tamla, a subsidiary of Motown, is worth up to $200.00. His first album “Marvelous Marv Johnson,” issued in stereo in 1960 by United Artists, can sell for $100.00 today.

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