What is the name of the song that goes baby?

Baby boy names

Name Song Artist
Al “You Can Call Me Al” Paul Simon
Angus “Dream Angus” Annie Lennox
Ben “Ben” Michael Jackson
Bennie “Bennie and the Jets” Elton John

What was the biggest hit of the Drifters?

# 1 – Up On The Roof / Under The Boardwalk “Up On The Roof,” is a cut from 1962 written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King. It was a major hit upon its release, reaching number five on the pop chart and number four on the R&B charts.

Who wrote There Goes My Baby the Drifters?

George Treadwell
Lover PattersonBen E. KingMike StollerJerry Leiber
There Goes My Baby/Composers

Who sampled There Goes My Baby?

Charlie Wilson’s ‘There Goes My Baby’ sample of Rose Royce’s ‘Would You Please Be Mine’ | WhoSampled.

How do I figure out a song?

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Is Drifters available on Netflix?

Watch all you want.

Are any of the original Drifters still alive?

Bill Pinkney, the last survivor of the original members of the The Drifters, died yesterday (July 4). He was 81.

When did the song There Goes My Baby by The Drifters come out?

1959There Goes My Baby / Released

What year did there goes my baby come out Usher?

2010There Goes My Baby / Released

Who wrote There Goes my Baby by Drifters?

“There Goes My Baby” is a song written by Ben E. King (Benjamin Nelson), Lover Patterson, George Treadwell, Jerry Leiber, and Mike Stoller, and produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller for The Drifters.

How did the new drifters get their first hit?

The took a very unorthodox approach to the record, which worked and gave the new Drifters their first hit. Stoller explained, “We slapped on soaring strings, and exotic baion beat, kettledrums, timpani and every other god-damn sound we could think of.”

Who sang the original There Goes my Baby?

Donna Summer version. Donna Summer’s version of “There Goes My Baby” was the first single from her 1984 album Cats Without Claws. The single became a moderate hit, peaking at #21 on the US Hot 100, and in the top twenty of the US R&B chart.

Who was the lead singer of the Drifters?

The Atlantic Records release was King’s debut recording as the lead singer of the group. Leiber and Stoller used a radically different approach to production than Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler had employed with the original Clyde McPhatter -led Drifters.