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9 thoughts on “ Baby, Come To Me - Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mauzuru says:
    Ms. Austin starts by singing "Do you love me?" and takes it from there! This is a good album that I can play over and over again. Though she is primarily a jazz singer, her ability to perform Pop and R&B tunes shines here. My favorites, "Do you Love Me" and "Every Home should have one." I agree! Every home should have Patti Austin! Four stars!!/5(33).
  2. Mikabei says:
    Oct 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Patti Austin ~ Every Home Should Have One YouTube Patti Austin & James Ingram - Baby, Come To Me (Live in Korea) - .
  3. This was initially released in on Patti Austin's album Every Home Should Have gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo May of , it peaked at #73 on the US charts. Months later, the song found new life when it was used in the ABC soap opera General Hospital for romantic scenes involving Luke Spencer (played by Anthony Geary) after his wife Laura temporarily left the show. ABC got lots of calls and letters about the.
  4. Austin did vocals on Quincy Jones' The Dude LP in , and was featured on the hit "Razzamatazz." She inked a solo deal on Jones' Qwest label, and her LP Every Home Should Have One included the number one pop hit (number nine R&B) "Baby, Come to Me," which got widespread exposure via the ABC soap opera General Hospital.
  5. Kazrajind says:
    Every Home Should Have One is a studio album by R&B/jazz singer Patti Austin. Released on Qwest Records in , it includes the number-one hit duet with James Ingram, "Baby Come to Me", and the /5(5).
  6. Dizilkree says:
    As the artwork indicates, Baby Come to Me and Other Hits is a cheap compilation with little thought or care involved. It does contain some of the best material from 's Every Home Should Have One, 's Patti Austin, 's Gettin' Away with Murder, and 's Real Me, but there are too many lazy oversights to make the disc a fitting summary of Patti Austin's Qwest years.
  7. A1: Do You Love Me? A2: Love Me To Death: A3: The Way I Feel: A4: Every Home Should Have One: A5: Baby, Come To Me.

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