Following the landmark release of What’s Going On, Marvin Gaye returned with the song “You’re The Man,” written about presidential candidate George McGovern. When that track failed to reach mainstream audiences, Gaye went back to the studio and recorded an album’s worth of material, producing himself and writing with the likes of Willie Hutch; Hal Davis; Pam Sawyer and Gloria Jones; and Freddie Perren and Fonce Mizell. Apart from the “You’re The Man” single, none of that material was released at the time. Now, You’re the One rounds up all of the soul legend’s solo and non-soundtrack work from ’72, 15 tracks of which are making their vinyl debut. In addition to the material recorded for the proposed album, You’re The Man will also include a rare, long version of the cancelled 1972 single “I Want To Come Home For Christmas,” and an unreleased mix of its instrumental B-side, “Christmas in the City.” Also among the tracks are three new mixes by acclaimed writer and producer Salaam Remi (or SaLaAM ReMi). He’s remixed “Symphony,” “I’d Give My Life For You,” and “My Last Chance.” In addition to the music, the 2-LP edition of You’re The Man will include new liner notes by Marvin Gaye biographer David Ritz. Available on vinyl and digital, with a CD to follow on April 26.