- Performer Cheryl Handy
- Title Rock-A-Baby Blue
- Date of release 1981
- Style Country
- Other formats MP2 ASF VOC MMF ASF MOD WAV
- Genre World & Folk & Country
- Size MP3 1862 mb
- Size FLAC 1923 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 419
From the album "Cocky". Авторы текста и музыки.
Rock Me Baby is the second solo album release from David Cassidy. It was released in 1972 and produced by Wes Farrell on Bell Records. It contains one song written by Cassidy called "Two Time Loser" and a song he co-wrote with Kim Carnes entitled "Song for a Rainy Day". The album peaked at in the UK album charts and featured the single "How Can I Be Sure"
Blue Öyster Cult is the eponymous debut studio album by the American hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released on January 16, 1972 by Columbia Records.
The meaning of the color Baby Blue and color combinations to inspire your next design. Used as a main color, baby blue quickly takes you back to babies, cribs, and children, so consider using it only as an accent. You can also combine it with creams or lemon yellow for a more sophisticated and relaxing look. Combine it with complementary colors like pinks, peach, and apricot or, for a closer blend, with greens or lavenders and mauves. Looking for a different hue? The following colors are related to baby blue.
Baby Blue" is a song by the Welsh band Badfinger from their 1971 album, Straight Up. The song was written by Pete Ham, produced by Todd Rundgren, and released on Apple Records. In 2013, it was featured in the series finale of the television show Breaking Bad. As a result, the song charted in the UK for the first time, reaching No. 73. Ham wrote the song about a woman named Dixie Armstrong, whom he had dated during Badfinger's last US tour.
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" is a song written and performed by Bob Dylan and featured on his Bringing It All Back Home album, released on March 22, 1965 by Columbia Records (see 1965 in music). The song was recorded on January 15, 1965 with Dylan's acoustic guitar and harmonica and William E. Lee's bass guitar the only instrumentation. The lyrics were heavily influenced by Symbolist poetry and bid farewell to the titular "Baby Blue
Rock-a-bye, baby, in the treetop When the wind blows the cradle will rock When the bough breaks the cradle will fall And down will come baby, cradle and all Baby is drowsing, cosy and fair Mother sits near, in her rocking chair Forward and back the cradle she swings And though baby sleeps, he hears what she sings From the high. rooftops down to the sea No one's as dear as baby to me Wee little fingers, eyes wide and bright Now sound asleep until morning light. About Rock-a-bye Baby. Also known by it’s original name, Hush-a-bye Baby
Album, 1968, Polydor. 11. Crazy Drunken Man Dreams. 13. Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me. 14. Where My Baby's Gone. Album, 1969, Repertoire Records.
Rock-a-bye, baby On the treetop When the wind blows The cradle will rock If the bough breaks The cradle will fall But mama will catch you Cradle and all. Baby is drowsing Cozy and fair Mother sits near In her rocking chair Forward and back The cradle she swings And though baby sleeps He hears what she sings. Hush a bye baby Up in the sky On a soft cloud it’s easy to fly Angels keep watch Over as you sleep So hush a bye baby Don’t make a peep. Rock a bye baby Do not you fear Never mind baby Mother is near Wee little fingers Eyes are shut tight Now sound asleep Until morning light
Baby Blue, inspired by the late Badfinger singer Pete Ham’s ex-girlfriend, Dixie Armstrong, was a Number 14 single, the last Top 20 hit in the British band’s career. Baby Blue has an appropriately bittersweet history – the band’s label, the Beatles’ Apple Records, rejected its album Straight Up until George Harrison, then Todd Rundgren, finished its production. Three years later, Ham committed suicide at 27.
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