The most popular show that “Me and My Baby Band” performs is our “Blast from the Past Oldies Review”. It’s a fun mix of popular tunes from the ’50’s, 60’s and 70’s…rock and roll, British Invasion, surf music, Motown, classic country and Golden Oldies. We even toss out interesting music trivia that goes along with the songs.

August, 2013: Our new 12-string guitar inspired us to dust off our Boss BR-800 and try our hand at some live recording ~ sitting in front of of the machine, pushing a button and singing and playing together to capture the whole song in one take. No recording multiple tracks and putting them together in the end. It’s an ego-busting experience, and almost impossible to get everything right at one time. But it does capture the energy of live music that is lost in studio generated perfection. That said, we offer two tunes to get the show on the road, so to speak….and promise to add more live recordings soon!

“Because”  Written and recorded by The Dave Clark Five in 1964 

“Yellow Submarine” 1966 hit by The Beatles

December, 2012: After 3 years of performing together, “Me and My Baby Band” decided it was time to create a music video to chronicle our performance career, as we sing and play Bob Dylan’s “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” in the background.

During the summer of 2011, we recorded tracks for our fist CD at Fox Run Studios in Newberry, Florida, with Rick Randlett. We released the CD, titled “Smokin’ Oldies” in October, 2011. Here are some sample tracks…

“Time Won’t Let Me”

“Coming Into Los Angeles”

 “These Boots are Made for Walking”

“I Feel Fine”

“Midnight Special”

“I Only Want to be With You”

You can order your copy of “Smokin’ Oldies” for just $10.

Click Here for ordering information.

Want to hear more “Me and My Baby” tunes?…Just click on the links below to listen to other live acoustic studio recordings and interesting music trivia, posted on our blog.

“Living on a Volcano” an original tune about Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

“Rock Around the Clock”

“Bad Moon Rising”

“One Fine Day”

“Take Me Back to Tulsa”


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  3. Very groovy tunes keep up the good times!

  4. Love the blog! “Because” was very nice too! It was great to see you again. Keep in touch. Love, Ten

  5. Great McGuinn! I just po
    sted ‘bad Weather’ by POCO, Christine’s Tune, by the Flying Burrito Brothers with Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman, and truckstop Girl by the Byrds with clarence white on vocals and guitar. Must sees for anyone with a sense of american musical country rock history. Dr DangerousMD

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