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By 1969, Terrell had retired from live performances as she had been ordered by doctors not to perform due to her tumors.
Motown issued Terrell's first and only solo album, Irresistible, in early 1969. There was no new repertoire on the album: all tracks had been recorded earlier and had subsequently been shelved for some time.
Terrell agreed and signed with the label on April 29, her 20th birthday.
Before releasing her first single with Motown's Tamla subsidiary, "I Can't Believe You Love Me", Gordy suggested a name change.
However, on October 14, 1967, while performing with Gaye at Hampden–Sydney College, After recovering from her first surgery, Terrell returned to Hitsville studios in Detroit and recorded "You're All I Need to Get By".
In early 1967, Motown hired Terrell to sing duets with Marvin Gaye, who had achieved duet success with Mary Wells and Kim Weston as well as having recorded duets with Oma Heard. The song's B-side, the Marvin Gaye composition "If This World Were Mine", became a modest hit on both charts (No. All four songs were included on Gaye and Terrell's first duet album, United, released in the late summer of 1967.
Figuring "Tammy Montgomery" was too long of a name to put on a single, Gordy changed it to "Tammi Terrell". "I Can't Believe You Love Me" became Terrell's first R&B top forty single, followed almost immediately by "Come On and See Me".
In 1966, Terrell recorded two future classics, Stevie Wonder's "All I Do (Is Think About You)" and The Isley Brothers' "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)".
Tammi Terrell (born Thomasina Winifred Montgomery; April 29, 1945 – March 16, 1970) was an American recording artist, best known as a star singer for Motown Records during the 1960s, most notably for a series of duets with singer Marvin Gaye.
Terrell's career began as a teenager, first recording for Scepter/Wand Records, before spending nearly two years as a member of James Brown's Revue, recording for Brown's Try Me label.