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Baby - 1975 - Baby

Baby was a southern rock band from Texas. The band was signed to Lone Starr Records in the mid 1970s. They got the attention of the executives at Mercury Records based on their regional album sales in Texas. The album was remixed and re-released in mid 1975 on Mercury. Baby had a legion of fans in the Midwest and South in 1975-76 and headlined venues like the famed Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa while generating regional radio airplay on the band's first single, "(It's Another) Saturday Night". The band made just two albums; the self-titled album and the follow-up album called Where Did All The Money Go? released on Chelsea Records in 1976. The second album's title, Where Did All The Money Go?, summed up the feelings for the band that seemed poised for success similar to what other southern rock artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band were having in the mid-70s, but the success never came for them. Johnny Lee Schell: Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Harmonica & Vocals, John Mark Camp: Rhythm Guitars, Acoustic Guitars & Vocals, Stephen G. Crane: Bass Guitar and Vocals and Woodie Putman: Drums and Percussion

01 - (It's Another) Saturday Night
02 - Long Legged Woman
03 - Somewhere
04 - Don't Let Nobody
05 - Born & Raised On Rock & Roll
06 - Life's What You Make It
07 - A #2
08 - Starchild
09 - Hard Road
10 - So Long My Friend

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