Vicki Sue Robinson - Baby, Now That I Found You / Thanks A Million album FLAC
Vicki Sue Robinson - "Baby, Now That I've Found You", "Thanks A Million", RCA 10282, 1975. Dan Schafer - "Baby, Now That I've Found You", RCA/Tortoise International, Inc VB 11292, 1977. Clem Curtis & The Foundations - "Baby Now That I've Found You" (Extended Version), "Baby Now That I've Found You" (7" Version), Baby Now That I've Found You (Busk Mix) Opium Records OPINT 001, 1987 . "Rockasteria: The Foundations - Baby, Now That I Found You (1967-76 uk, excellent multi blended solid soul, with tight grooves and bluesy feeling, double disc set)".
Robinson made her recording debut as one of several Hair veterans invited to sing background on Todd Rundgren's Something/Anything? album released in 1972. In 1973 she spent time in Japan with Itsuro Shimoda, with whom she did session work on his album Love Songs and Lamentations and toured nationally. In 2011, Gold Legion. com digitally remastered and reissued Robinson's four albums for RCA Records on CD along with bonus tracks and liner notes. Schatz invited Robinson to cut some demos including a remake of the Foundations' "Baby Now That I've Found You" which became Robinson's first solo release. Despite that track's failure, RCA green-lit Schatz's producing Robinson's debut album Never Gonna Let You Go.
Baby, baby, when first we met I knew in this heart of mine That you were someone I couldn't forget I said right, and I bide my time. Spent my life looking for that somebody To make me feel like you Now you tell me that you want to leave me But darling, I just can't let you. (Now that I found you) I built my world around you I need you so, baby even though You don't need me now. Baby, now that I've found you I won't let you go I built my world around you I need you so Baby even though You don't need me You don't need me, no, no Hmmm mmmm Hmmm mmmm Hmmm mmmm
Vicki Sue Robinson (May 31, 1954 – April 27, 2000) was an American theatre and film actress and singer, closely associated with the disco era of late 1970s pop music; she is most famous for her 1976 hit, "Turn the Beat Around. May 31, 1954 Harlem, New York. The title cut, a Schatz original, became a disco hit but another album track, "Turn the Beat Around," began to build "buzz" and was expediently released as a single, topping the disco charts on March 20, 1976
Now you tell me that you wanna leave me. G. . HOW TO PLAY "Baby Now That I Found You".
robinson disco vicki record sue beat pop forever singer hit albums sing common thief goldlegion. John Frazier (Johnny). This song, the CD/album title has been covered by other artist, but not with the impact that Ms. Robinson brought to it. When I first heard this record in the disco, I lost my mind, I think its still there. lol. I immediately run out and purchased it. Then I wrote Vicki a letter, expressing how much I loved it, and you know what? She wrote me a long letter back, I must have been one of her first fan letters, but I will forever treasure that moment, receiving it in the mail with a photographed photo. The photo is long gone but I still have the letter
When "Turn the Beat Around" became a major hit in 1976, many of the people who heard that disco-soul classic on the radio bought the single and skipped Vicki Sue Robinson's debut album, Never Gonna Let You Go. But those who did hear the rest of the LP found that most of the other tracks were decent, if unremarkable
Vicki Sue Robinson Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Bob Babbitt Bass John Campo Sax (Bass) Bill "Vito" Cerulli Drums Burt Collins Trumpet George Devens Percussion Paul Felice Trombone Gordon Grody Composer, Vocals (Background) Arthur Kaplan Sax (Baritone) Bhen Lanzaroni Keyboards Tony Levin Bass Jimmy Maelen Percussion Carlos Martin Congas Hugh McCracken Guitar Marion Meadows Sax (Tenor) Joe Melotti Keyboards George Pavlis Keyboards Dan. Pickering Trumpet Alan Raph Trombone Bob Rose Guitar Joseph J. Shepley Trumpet Wendy Simmons Bass Tony Studd Trombone Vernie "Butch&.
Now That I Found You (оригинал Britney Spears). Теперь, когда я нашла тебя (перевод Dan UndeaD). On a shameless night. I felt that love was a hopeless case. Я ощутила, что любовь - безнадёжная штука. Til I found you. Пока я не нашла тебя, Til I found you. Пока я не нашла тебя. Lived a wasteful life in a hateful city.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Baby, Now That I Found You = Cariño, Ahora Que Te Encontre
Written-By – Macleod-Macaulay
|B||Thanks A Million = Un Millon de Gracias
Written-By – B. Ross Butler*
- Record Company – RCA, S.A.
- Distributed By – RCA, S.A.
- Produced For – Sunbar Productions, Inc.
- Published By – Sunbury Music, Inc.
- Published By – January Music Corp.
- Printed By – Técnicas Gráficas, S.L.
- Arranged By, Producer – Warren Schatz
- Design – R. Valarino*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Depósito Legal: M. 28013-1975
- Rights Society: SGAE
- Other (Impuesto de lujo a metálico. Permiso Nº): 3724
|PB-10282||Vicki Sue Robinson||Baby, Now That I Found You / Thanks A Million (7")||RCA Victor||PB-10282||US||1975|
|none||Vicki Sue Robinson||Baby, Now That I Found You (Acetate, 10", S/Sided)||RCA||none||US||1975|
|RCA 2573||Vicki Sue Robinson||Baby, Now That I've Found You (7", Single)||RCA Victor||RCA 2573||UK||1975|
|JH-10282||Vicki Sue Robinson||Baby, Now That I Found You (7", Mono, Promo)||RCA||JH-10282||US||1975|
|RCA 2573||Vicki Sue Robinson||Baby, Now That I've Found You (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||RCA 2573||UK||1975|