“Baby Come Back” is a song by the American rock band Player. It was released in late 1977 as the lead single from their 1977 self-titled debut album. The song was their biggest hit single, hitting number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number ten on the R&B charts in 1978. It was the breakthrough single for the band, gaining them mainstream success, and hit number one, knocking label-mates The Bee Gees’ “How Deep Is Your Love” from the top spot. Written by lead singer Peter Beckett and J.C. Crowley, the founders of Player, and sung by Beckett and Crowley that sang the line, “Nothing left for me” during the bridge.
Two versions of the song exist. The album version ends with a guitar solo fade out, while the single version has a shorter opening and ends with the chorus being repeated on a fade out.
Player is the eponymous debut album from Los Angeles, California-based rock band Player, released on September 01, 1977 under RSO Records. It was released in 1977 on RSO Records and featured the hit single, “Baby Come Back”, which was written by guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist J.C. Crowley & guitarist/vocalist Peter Beckett. “Baby Come Back” peaked at number 1, […]
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