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Roland Dragon & The Mid-Evils - Sorry 'Bout That / Now That I've Found You album flac

Roland Dragon & The Mid-Evils - Sorry 'Bout That / Now That I've Found You album flac Performer: Roland Dragon & The Mid-Evils
Title: Sorry 'Bout That / Now That I've Found You
MP3 album: 1755 mb
FLAC album: 1800 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Jazz / Pop

Baby, Now That I've Found You" is a song written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod. The lyrics are a plea that an unnamed subject not break up with the singer. In 1967, The Foundations released it as their début single. After receiving airplay on the newly-launched BBC Radio 1, it took off and by November it was number one in the British charts

From the Foundations An album, From the Foundations, was duly recorded and featured some superb material, embracing both current soul and the then-popular discotheque sounds. The covers included everything from Joe Tex ("Show Me") to Tony Hatch ("Call Me," in a version worthy of Motown), as well as some new Macaulay/Macleod numbers. The debut album never made the British charts, but it remained in print for years, a perennial seller that held up well over time. In retrospect, it may have been too similar to "Baby Now That I've Found You," which had sold in enormous numbers. Its relative failure led to the beginnings of a split between the group and Macaulay, as both songwriter and producer, exacerbated by the latter's decision - as their producer - not to permit the group to record any of their own songs, even as B-sides.

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A Sorry 'Bout That
Arranged By – Shorty RogersSongwriter – Roland Dragon
2:38
B Now That I've Found You
Arranged By – Warren BarkerSongwriter – Roland Dragon
1:43

Notes

Both songs published by Draco Music Co. (ASCAP)