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v1: Baby, Baby (dadai, rschletty, magullo)

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A smooth light jazz-R&B sort of thing here.

Update: A new, smoother and cleaner version: v2-BABY, BABY

Something to help get you and your lady in the mood for a night out or a quiet hour on the sofa with wine, incense and a trade magazine.

Jack Miller says, "The mix is good. Really nice. I am on board. Nice to know RT Cooper likes it. Rich, your vocals are smooth as silk. This is a nice change of pace for you -- 'Richard Schletty in a Mellow Mood.'"

Rich Schletty says, "Jack, I really love your tenor sax. It is so s m o o t h . So what about the lyrics I wrote for Baby, Baby? Too much? Adequate? Can you understand what I am singing? Is there a message there? I was just making it up as I went along. For a while I was trying to come up with words that sound phonetically like la da da..."

David Gómez Sanz says, "I just played soft jazz solos inspired by the music. I really like the groove of this song. It´s very nice to be improvising. I hope you like them and will be useful for your mix."
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Baby, Baby

Baby, baby, you know that I love you
Baby, baby, you know that I want you

You're the sparkle in my daily grind
You're the one who helps me lose my mind
Some gotta lotta daughters, lotta sons
Let me be the father of your little ones

Let's take a walk along a country road
Let's climb a mountain with a lighter load
I wanna hold your hand and be your slave
Our love'll ripple like a tidal wave


Some gotta lotta dollars but little sense
We'll help each other climb that chain link fence
Our richest moments spent won't cost that much
Our greatest treasure in a simple touch

We're talking recipes for happiness
A little song and dance and a goodnight kiss
So time to do-da-do-wap-da-do-da-do-da-do
If you treat her right at na-na-na-na-night

[break with vocal scatting]


Music and lyrics ©2008 Jack Miller and Richard Schletty
Lead guitar and synth riffs by David Gómez Sanz
All other instrumentation, including tenor sax, by Jack Miller
All vocals by Richard Schletty
Song Stats
Hits: 4056
Comments: 14
Fans: 10
Plays: 64
Downloads: 140
Votes: 9
Uploaded: Aug 08, 2008 - 11:32:13 PM
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2013 - 08:37:12 PM Last Played: Dec 08, 2018 - 11:35:07 AM
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Schletty: Audiotechnica 3035 microphone, MBox, G4/500MHz/1 GB SDRAM, lips.
Gomez: imac with Podx3 by lexicon omega, Paul Reed Smith electric guitar.
Miller: Tenor Sax, Ovation/Applause EA148-5 guitar, Yamaha psr 293 keyboard, SM57, MacBook 2.4, M-Audio MobilePre.
GarageBand 4, Logic Express 7.2.3
davisamerica said 3845 days ago (August 8th, 2008)
too cool
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said 3845 days ago (August 8th, 2008)
The cool that warms a relationship...
magnatone said 3845 days ago (August 8th, 2008)
Baby Baby
smooth as silk - wonderful vocals - this is just wonderful you guys - great collab - congratulations!
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said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
round sound
Ah, we highly regard your nod, Karen, as you know what it takes to entrance an audience in a real soundspace. We pretend as well as we can. We imagine ourselves being there and being non-square.
Alannah said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
Yes ....
.. this was a nice smooth listen ......
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said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
smooth. Thanks Alannah!!

Mr. Smooth ;)
said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
A really cool listen. I liked it a lot. Great collab.

Peace Dee.
rtcooper said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
MUCH more "musical" Mx.
Might send to Jim Bouchard for any last tweak suggestions.

From here, the only thought is a Limiter on the Vocal ( 2.7, adjusted) to counter any spikes that cancel the Guitar and Sax in mid-phrase, keepig the Three Voices consistently interrelated.

Compliments and best regards,
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said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
Much appreciated, my Boston sage. Yes, that voice always needs tempering, even when I sleep-snore. So glad you stopped by to listen and crit. Your earlier crit (via private wire) was well-regarded, also. Listening now to your Euro-produced 5-pack at ReverbNation. Thumpin barstools! Good stuff. It's all about creating the right headspaces.
Feter said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
Baby, Baby
Ahhhh ... perfetc just perfect ..this colab
amazing ...the duet singing just soo classic ..
the guitar work perfect as usual ...KUDOS !!!!
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said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
So glad...
to have a comment from you, Feter. And so glad you like the vibe of this little light jazz tune. It came together rather quickly and certainly could be improved, but I like the feel of it and Rich really came through with some rich... silky vocals.

Best to you,

sloparts said 3845 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
Baby, Baby
Very cool vocal and lyrics Richard, and the way all of you worked on this to put it together made it sound full and complete. Has a nice smooth feel to it that kind of sways.

Love the Sax part Jack put down and David hit all the bases on the Guitar parts.

A different but very cool collab which I really enjoyed.

Thanks for sharing it,

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jiguma said 3844 days ago (August 10th, 2008)
Jack, Rich, David
I like the laid back vibe and the smooth feel. There are lots of things I'd do differently, but this works fine as is. A very mellow sound on a very mellow tune.

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said 3844 days ago (August 10th, 2008)
Interested in...

I'd be interested in what thoughts you have that you are referring to as to how you'd do things differently, especially anything stylistically or arrangement-wise. This song can go in a number of different directions, so chime in with more if you're inclined. Thanks!

said 3844 days ago (August 10th, 2008)
I really like this mix. Everything is clear and blended real well... yep, mellow nice! Your singing is "like butter!"

David... kudos on your guitar licks and additions. You are talented guitar player. Thanks for again jumping in with us.

Roxylee said 3843 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
I'd pay to hear you at the club
You guys sound great together. I love the improvs and the relaxed flow of this song. Great playing and vocals!
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said 3843 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
Baby, baby
Yay! Customer number one! Flowers and fruit smoothies on the house for our patroness.
EEFliess said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
very very
smooth and sweet

it's hot and cool
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Char said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
Baby, baby...
you know that I love it, guys. Can I book the three of you some evening? Just joshing.
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said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
... no kidding!


Vic Holman said 3842 days ago (August 11th, 2008)
cool to hear the wrap up to this.

vocals are great. and the tune has a nice soulful groove.

do you guys also wear matching suits? :)
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Miller-Schletty said 3842 days ago (August 12th, 2008)
Shiny matching suits...
and when we perform we do this kind of Temptations dance thing. Quite a sight!

Glad to see you drop in and sample the finish product, Vic. Thanks for your comments.

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EZamor said 3842 days ago (August 12th, 2008)
Baby, Baby
kudos do a job well done! i've been waiting to hear the final mix since richard sent me an earlier version. and i must say i really like how smooth this sounds.

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Smooth jazz is generally described as a genre of music that utilizes instruments (and, at times, improvisation) traditionally associated with jazz and stylistic influences drawn from, among other sources, funk, pop and R&B. Since the late 1980s, it h

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