Mystery Gang Rockabilly Trio- My Baby Wants To Look Like Betty Page.
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Formed by singer songwriter Wes Pudsey in mid-1997, the four-piece outfit launched such a successful assault on their native Sydney’s premier live music venues, including the Annandale Hotel, the Iron Duke Hotel, and Bar Broadway, that they soon found themselves joining one of the country’s biggest recording acts at the Enmore Theatre. Following the 1999 release of the group's ground-breaking debut album My Baby Rocks Like Betty Page, with its acclaimed singles My Baby Looks Like Betty Page and Maybe, four Sonic Aces numbers were featured on the Preston Records compilation Preston Rockabilly at the end of that year. Like its predecessors, Wes and the Aces' album release for 2005 There's Gonna Be A Rumble continued to showcase the songwriting and performance skills that have earned the band a name as one of the world's hottest roots music acts. My Baby Looks Like Betty Page".
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Album The Big Bad Blues. My Baby She Rocks Lyrics. My baby she rocks, my baby she rocks My baby shake, my baby she rocks My baby she rock, rock me Rocks me all night long. My baby she shake, my baby she shake My baby she rocks, my baby she shake My baby shake Shake me all night long. My baby she rock, rock me Rocks me all night long. My Baby She Rocks" Track Info.
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"
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