Category: Classic Rock

Baby I Love You - Various - Cop Out (Cassette)

02.10.2012 / / Classic Rock

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  1. Because You Loved Me: – Michael Bolton: When A Man Loves A Woman: – Paloma Faith: Only Love Can Hurt Like This: – Jennifer Rush: The Power Of Love: – REO Speedwagon: Keep On Loving You: – Britney Spears: Born To Make You Happy: – Terence Trent D'Arby: Sign Your Name: – Jennifer Lopez: Baby I Love.
  2. The Inciters play Northern Soul music. Northern Soul takes the Motown/Stax ethic but adds a stronger back-beat with more adventurous production, and The Inciters continue this tradition in grand style. With 11 members wielding drums, bass, guitars, a full horn section, and three female vocalists, The Inciters have no p.
  3. The song Baby I Love You was written by Ronnie Shannon and was first recorded and released by Aretha Franklin in It was covered by Eric Church with Joanna Cotten, Susan Marshall, Northern Lights, Mia Boostrom and other artists.
  4. The song I Love You Baby was written by Paul Anka and was first recorded and released by Paul Anka in It was covered by The Q-Tees with The Jazzmen, Andy Lee Lang & The Marco Zarello Big Band, Freddie & The Dreamers, Albert West and other artists.
  5. This album was the soundtrack to my trip around America this year with my Uncle and cousin. Our favourits include "Shoot Em Up", "Songs I Could Sing you", and the 2 Ronettes covers "Baby I Love You" and "Be My Baby". This guy sounds like Neil Diamond. He has a nice singing voice and I can play some of these songs/5().
  6. Ultimate Rock & Roll Collection: True Love 50's (Cassette ) NEW SEALED! $ Forever 80s - Twin Towers- Love Songs Sony Razor Cassette Tape Album Music.
  7. Jul 17,  · Song Baby I Love You (Nightcore) Artist Tiffany Alvord; Album Baby I Love You (Nightcore) Licensed to YouTube by Studio71_2_5 (on behalf of Tiffany Alvord); TuneCore Publishing, LatinAutor, ASCAP, Abramus Digital, and 16 Music Rights Societies.
  8. "Baby, I Love You" peaked at number 11 in the UK during January , at a time when the Ronettes were touring the UK as the support act to the Rolling Stones. The song was featured on the album Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes, which was released at the end of Genre: Pop.

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