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Album: Baby
# Song Title   Time
1)    Slippin' Around
2)    I Wanna Holler (But the Town's Too Small)
3)    Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand
4)    Weak Spot
5)    Everybody's Going Wild
6)    Hot Dog (Watch Me Eat)
7)    Mean Man
8)    Now You're Gone
9)    It's Raining
10)    Just Can't Please You
11)    Real Thing, The
12)    Baby Help Me
13)    Cha Cha Twist
 

Album: Baby
# Song Title   Time
1)    Slippin' Around
2)    I Wanna Holler (But the Town's Too Small)
3)    Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand
4)    Weak Spot
5)    Everybody's Going Wild
6)    Hot Dog (Watch Me Eat)
7)    Mean Man
8)    Now You're Gone
9)    It's Raining
10)    Just Can't Please You
11)    Real Thing, The
12)    Baby Help Me
13)    Cha Cha Twist
 
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  • BABY is a 2005 album by the neo-garage rock group the Detroit Cobras.
  • Personnel: Greg Cartwright (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Eddie Harsch (vocals, keyboards); Kenny Tudrick (vocals, drums, background vocals); Rachel Nagy (vocals, background vocals); Maribel Restrepo (guitar, background vocals); Steve Nawara, Joey Mazzola (guitar); Ko Shih (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Al Sutton.
  • Recording information: Rust Belt Studios, Royal Oak, MI; The White Room, Detroit, MI.
  • Photographer: Fabrizio Constantini.
  • On 2005's BABY, the Detroit Cobras' first outing for esteemed alt-country label Bloodshot Records, the Motor City garage-rock band runs through another set of vintage--and largely forgotten--R&B/soul nuggets. Standouts include the surging "I Wanna Holler," the swaggering, funky "Mean Man" (written by Allen Toussaint), and the pleading, mid-tempo rocker "Baby Help Me" (penned by Bobby Womack), which all showcase Rachel Nagy's husky vocals and the band's guitar-laden, no-frills arrangements. In addition to the sole original, the raucous "Hot Dog," this release also presents the group's 2003 EP, 7 EASY PIECES. For listeners interested in the state of 21st-century garage-rock, this fun, rollicking set is an excellent place to start.
Professional Reviews
Magnet (p.92) - "They inject their obscure R&B, soul, gospel, blues and primitive rock with a grittily affectionate reinvention that rises far beyond impersonation."
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