American singer, songwriter, and record producer Marvin Gaye (1939 - 1984) performing on stage, UK, 29th September 1976. (Photo by Angela Deane-Drummond/Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On,” Motown and UMe will be issuing three digital collections that honor the history and legacy of the famed album.

Motown and UMe have packaged several What’s Going On-related releases into one new digital collection, “What’s Going On: Deluxe Edition/50th Anniversary.” That includes the original album, as well as 12 bonus tracks featuring each of the LP’s original mono single versions and their B-sides.

The set also boasts the title song’s earliest mix; a “Coffeehouse Mix” by Grammy-winning engineer Russ Elevado, originally available on a Record Store Day exclusive 10″ EP for the album’s 45th anniversary in 2016; and more.

For full details on the reissue, go here.

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