GEORGE MCCRAE - (1974) ROCK YOUR BABY (C) 2000 EMI PLUS

GEORGE MCCRAE - (1974) ROCK YOUR BABY (C) 2000 EMI PLUS

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GEORGE MCCRAE - (1974) ROCK YOUR BABY (C) 2000 EMI PLUS

George McCrae - Rock Your Baby
Label: T.K. Records
Catalog#: TK-501
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1974
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Soul, Funk
Quality: Losless, EAC | FLAC (no cue, no log) Cover
Full Scans 20 MB
Source: Internet
Size: 204 MB


TRACKLIST

A1 Rock Your Baby 6:20
A2 I Can't Leave You Alone (I Keep Holdin' On) 3:10
A3 You Got My Heart 2:35
A4 You Can Have It All 2:40
B1 Look At You 4:55
B2 Make It Right 2:57
B3 I Need Somebody Like You 3:34
B4 I Get Lifted 2:50
B5 Rock Your Baby (Reprise) 2:05

CREDITS

Drums - Robert Johnson (3)
Drums, Bass - Richard Finch
Guitar - Jerome Smith , Phillip Wright
Keyboards - Harry Wayne Casey
Producer - Harry Wayne Casey & Richard Finch

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Soul and disco classic. George McCrae was about to return to college, when Richard Finch and Harry Wayne Casey of KC and the Sunshine Band invited him to sing the lyrics for a song that they had recorded for the band, but could not reach the high notes that were required for the song. In fact the original intention was that Gwen, his wife, should record it, but she was late for the session and George recorded alone. It suited his high-pitched voice to the extent that the song 'Rock Your Baby', became one of the first hits of the disco era in 1974, selling an estimated eleven million copies worldwide, topping the charts in the U.S., UK, and over 80 other countries.

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