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Updated version with revised lyrics, new lead vocal, new rhythm guitar, and remixing. Previous version HERE

Many thanks to Brad Dunse, a member of the Minnesota Association of Songwriters, www.mnsongwriters.org , for help with shaping the lyrics and sound contours. He was incredibly generous with his time. Brad also provided tips on putting together a songwriter/performer's press kit. Send us a note if you'd like a copy of his tips.

Music and lyrics ©2008 Jack Miller and Richard Schletty
Lead guitar: David Gómez Sanz
Tenor sax, rhythm guitar, bass guitar: Jack Miller, sircurmudgeon@gmail.com
Vocals, percussion, mixing (Logic Express 7): Richard Schletty, rschletty@schletty.com
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Baby, Baby (version 3)

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

You're the sparkle in my sip of wine
sending tingles up and down my spine
You're the one I'd always hoped to find
shining brightly through my daily grind

Let's take a walk along a country road
Climb a mountain with a lighter load
Come, hold my hand and be my waking dream
Our love'll ripple like a pebbled stream


The richest moments spent don't cost that much
The greatest treasure's in a simple touch
Though short on dollars, we make good sense
The grass is plenty green on the inside of our fence

We're talking recipes for our romance
A quiet dinner and a real slow dance
So time to do the do, time to make the move that's right
as I hold you in my heart all day and night

[break with vocal scatting]


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Uploaded: Aug 23, 2008 - 04:00:49 PM
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2013 - 08:39:30 PM Last Played: Jun 30, 2019 - 02:06:53 PM
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thoddi said 4040 days ago (August 23rd, 2008)
For some reason it reminds me of something the Rolling Stones could have done. It maybe the cool fx on that tasty performed lead guitar, and the sexy sax moving about in there. The vox sounds a little smoother than Mick's though, but very nice and perfectly balanced to the mood in the song:)

I think the rhythm guitar could be moved a bit back in the mix. It overwhelms the drums and bass a bit and I think it competes a bit with them on the rhythm side...

I like the melody and mood in this song much:)

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said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
not frenetic
I was thinking of a cross between, Sinatra, Martin and Seal. Rolling Stones! Never crossed my mind. We are a calm trio.
Feter said 4040 days ago (August 23rd, 2008)
Just love toback and listen to the song over and over
a true classic ...!!!
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said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
virtualtime effort
Thanks for coming back the third time to listen to our amateur efforts with the art of mixing tracks originating from different parts of the planet.
Vic Holman said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
three times the lady
does sound much better. and I thought the last version was great.

excellent work guys!
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sloparts said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
I really like this version a lot better than
the last one. This one sounds much smoother and more integrated. The mix is better coordinated, with all the pieces fitting in where they should be. This one is CD ready as far as I can tell. I also like what sound to me like a new guitar part, with less effects on it, if fits the song better.

Great new mix guys, Kudos for a job very well done.

Be well and be cool,

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said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
less effect for a better effect
Yes, sir. Jack redid the rhythm guitar track with less of that chorus/doubling effect. We are pretty happy with this mix.
saymme said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
: )
Thankyou All for a Beautiful mellow song..(think i got the word right i learned it lastnight-mellow ) Really a treat to hear this - i never listen to this kind of Music otherwise You together are fantastic - really !!!
listening over agin & it kinda grows on me - Courtsey to You all My pleasure : )
said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
Demand and we'll supply
Keep taking it in. And spread the message, please. We'll do more of this kind of music if there is a demand.
Char said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
Sing it to me! Let's take a twirl on the dance floor. Whatever you want! Baby, baby, I feel the same way.
Thanks. Are you done with this now? It is great.
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said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
Char: This is just the beginning of a romance with smooth jazz. Stick around for the second set -- called Afterglow.
said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
Do you two need a couple of cigarettes?

; )
Char said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
I don't smoke.
But I do everything else... well used to. Hah! I like a bit of romance music. I imagine you both beating off the girls with a stick.
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jiguma said 4039 days ago (August 24th, 2008)
Much more like it!
Guys, the adjustments you've made and the new tracks have made a huge difference in how this has come together this time. I still have a small nit, and it relates to what Thor mentioned about the rhythm guitar. For me there is some imbalance (especially in the first verse) due to the sax and rhythm coming from the same side of the sound stage, leaving the RHS empty until Dave's guitar comes in. Maybe moving the rhythm closer to centre and backing off the volume a bit would do it.

Your persisitence has definitely paid off with this lovely tune.

You can send me a copy of Brad's notes if you get a chance - much appreciated.


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said 4038 days ago (August 25th, 2008)
Right channel emptiness
Neil: Thank you very much for your astute observation. Gomez had a guitar lick in the right channel in the intro which I took out in this mix #3. That caused the imbalance which you are hearing. Brad said that "effected" lick (heavily chorused and reverbed) so early in the mix sounded odd -- like a space alien something or other.
jiguma said 4037 days ago (August 26th, 2008)
I agree with Brad's comment about Dave's guitar in that first section. Overall, Dave sounds great on this version.
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davisamerica2 said 4038 days ago (August 25th, 2008)
Nice stuff!
I loved it! Thanks. Terry
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thetiler said 4037 days ago (August 26th, 2008)
the feeling of pop retro, brings back nice feeling of yesteryear!

Thanks for sharing you guys!
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said 4036 days ago (August 27th, 2008)
Yesteryear in your ear. Or on the barrow of tomorrow?
Ah, but can it be tomorrow's sound?
edpdx said 3910 days ago (December 30th, 2008)
Nice groove
and lush vocal gives it a 70's feeling.

Thanks for sharing

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magnatone said 3404 days ago (May 21st, 2010)
Baby, Baby
well, i certainly missed THIS last time around - glad you're linking it today! great work from all of you - smooth inviting sound!
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Outtaorbit said 3355 days ago (July 9th, 2010)
your the sparkle......
nicely done
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