Do you remember this smooth tune, “Baby Come Back” from 1978? 59



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“Baby Come Back” was the breakthrough single that helped the players gain mainstream success for decades to come.

Released in late 1977 the single went on to be the group’s biggest single hitting the number one spot on the US Billboard Hot 100. It also reached the top 10 of the US Soul charts, as well as charts in the UK and Canada.

The song is often used, as it suggests, in a lovers bid to win back someone.

When did you last hear this classic beat?

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  1. Great song. The lead guitar was fed through a Leslie cabinet (usually used for Hammond organs), the rotating speaker giving it that quirky sound. The bass player is Ron Moss who later became a soap star (Ridge on Bold & Beautiful, I think).

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