You're My Baby
Written by Ian Elliott
|Title||You're My Baby feat Ian Burden |
|Vocalist||John von Ahlen|
|Bass Guitar & Keys ||Ian Burden|
|Engineer||Juan del Toro|
|Producer||John von Ahlen|
|Dedicated to||Nicola Tesla|
|Studio||Subterrane Recording Studio|
|Software||Cubase VST, Cubase 7, Soundforge|
|Instruments||DR110 Drum Machine, Juno 106, Pro One, Kontact, Ibanez Bass Guitar|
|Copyright||Subterrane Records 2021|
You're My Baby was a song performed live by The Human League during their 1981/1982 Dare Tour.
"Onstage there was no drumset at all , but you can perfectly hear it!!!"
Wind the clock back to 1982.
The Human League are on top of the world, basking in the success of their seminal album "Dare" which they perform live across the world. People bought cassettes, vinyl records and listened to the radio.
MP3, CD and internet were in the distant future...
As The Human League performed "Don't You Wan't Me" to the enthralled masses, they would sometimes start their live performance with a song called "You're My Baby".
Mystery has shrouded this track for decades. Information was non existent. There were rumours that the track was originally performed by the Motown girl-group "The Shirelles".
The only place you could hear "Youre My Baby", apart from being at a concert, was on vinyl bootlegs. The most notable bootlegs being "Drumset Mystery" and "Boiling Point".
"Drumset Mystery" - The Human League (Bootleg)
"You're My Baby" appears on the new Parralox EP "Eye In The Sky" out on 11-12-13