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Baby (two versions)(baby blue colored vinyl)

7-inch (Item 636282) Light In The Attic, 1979/2012 — Condition: New Copy
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A wild original – and a mighty nice cover, too! The original "Baby" by Donnie & Joe Emerson is a weird bit of obscurity from the late 70s – this very slow, very mellow ballad that slinks along like some late nite soul harmony track from the decade before – even though the duo were probably trying more for a tighter AOR sound in the end! The track is wonderful – sad and sweet at the same time – and Dam Funk and Ariel Pink do a great job on their remake – sliding a bit of funk in at the bottom, yet still keeping their cool – as the dreamy vocals tipple wonderfully over the top! (Part of the Light In The Attic 10th Anniversary 7-inch series.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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