Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms)/I'll Never Sail The Sea Again
39197) Westbound, 1972 —
Condition: Used Out Of Stock 7-inch, Vinyl record Add to Watch List
One of the most famous cuts ever by The Detroit Emeralds – and one of the best! "Baby Let Me Take You" is a stellar harmony cut – and it begins with this super-dope guitar intro that's been sampled by De La Soul and a few others over the years! "I'll Never Sail" sounds stupid from the title – but it's an incredible tripped-out ballad cut that's just beautiful. Really great stuff– and even more compelling than the a-side!
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