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  1. Mary Wells is a retired classroom teacher having enjoyed 40 years of wonderful teaching experiences with children in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

Soul Singer

  1. With her soft voice, Mary Wells was a soul singer who could sound both shy and sexy at the same time.

Big Hits

  1. Later, Mary Wells and the Temptations had big hits with Robinson originals, "My Guy" (1964) and "My Girl" (also from 1964), respectively.

Marvin Gaye

  1. Mary Wells had 10 singles out on the label between 1961 and 1964, plus a duet with Marvin Gaye, and all of them are here, plus most of their B-sides.


  1. And where Mary Wells had cooed seductively to Gaye, allowing him to shine on their duets, Weston often challenged him, sometimes matching him note for note.

Martha Reeves

  1. For me, the gritty, soulful backbone of the Motown sound will always be Martha Reeves, Mary Wells, Kim Weston.

Mary Wells

  1. Not only did he have many hits as a solo artist; he also sang duets with Mary Wells, Kim Weston, Tammi Terrell, and Diana Ross.
  2. They also served as background singers for various Motown acts, including Mary Wells and Marvin Gaye.
  3. Gaye's popularity further increased after Motown released his first duet project, an album with Mary Wells titled Together.


  1. Motown > Martha Reeves
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  3. Tammi Terrell
  4. Arts > Theatre > Drama > Duets
  5. Motown > Marvin Gaye
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