George McCrae -- Rock Your Baby
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George's huge hit from the mid seventies.
- jerrodsdad 1 second ago
For me, this song reminds me of Army Basic Training @ Ft. Polk, Louisiana - IT was an October Sunday afternoon, 1974. A 4 hr pass, mid-cycle, drinking 3.2 beer over on South Fort, by the PX. This song was playing on the patio. It was the first and only break in our training.
- L.O.L :DDDDDD
- sexy mum!!
- lyceum on the strand 1973 - great song!
- Maybe because of the abuse of the playback.
- hey it's no insight it's the feel when good music hit's know about bonelloice
- Thanks for that magical piece of insight Greg
- So many people searching for a romantic man and your daughter wasting one this way =/
- This song reminds me of the NCO club at Nakhon Phanom Thailand . 40th ARRS Jolly Greens.
- His wife is Gwen McCrae singing a similar song....in fact, she was suppose to record this particular song and was late for the recording session. Instead her husband (George) recorded it in her place....
- Richard Prior sure can sing.
- Rock Your Baby !!
- hey any body making music now daze this is real music
- Hey P. Diddy,this is music.
- One of my favorites.....the 70's were the best....
- Lucky I was born in the 70s . Love this song :)
- DANCEI MUITO ESTA MUSICA, JA VAI ESTRADA
- I always thought it was a woman singing...
- The absolute BEST disco song ever!
- To all you pro wrestling fans out there (like myself): This was the #1 song in the USA when Sonny Siaki came into the world (July 23, 1974).
- Bitchin' time, in time...............Cars were jacked up and you'd burn your legs on the side pipes getting out of the car, lol.....I'm glad I was there and can remember it.
- my daughter told me that her boyfriend wrote a song for her, I was like ok sing it for me,the first word she said was take me in your arms and rock me baby, I could not stop laughing,so I told her to youtube George Mccrae,needless to say she's no longer with him.lol
- Reckon 1974-ish ? They used to thrash this tune to death at our local nightclub :-)
- Back in the day, musicians sounded on stage, just like they sounded on record. Now technology has changed a lot of things.