Oliver Wolf Baby Come To Me

It seems like you’re mentioning the song “Baby, Come to Me.” This song was originally recorded by American singers James Ingram and Patti Austin. It was released in 1981 as a single from James Ingram’s album “It’s Your Night.” The song became a major hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States.

“Baby, Come to Me” is a romantic ballad and has been a popular choice for weddings and romantic occasions. The song’s smooth and soulful vocals, along with its heartfelt lyrics, have made it a timeless classic. James Ingram and Patti Austin’s duet is still well-regarded and remembered by music lovers.

The Sextones Love Can’t Be Borrowed

Produced by Kelly Finnigan of The Monophonics, Record Kicks presents “Love Can’t Be Borrowed”, the new album by US combo The Sextones, out on September 29th. Analog soul from the high desert of Nevada.

The intrepid soul crusaders from Nevada’s high desert have emerged from a years-long writing and recording process guided by virtuoso producer Kelly Finnigan (Monophonics) with their latest offering: Love Can’t Be Borrowed, to be released next September 29th via Milan heavy-weight soul label, Record Kicks.

Cannons Desire

“Desire” is a song by the American synth-pop band Cannons. The band is known for its smooth and dreamy sound that incorporates elements of electronic and pop music. “Desire” is one of their popular tracks and was released in 2019 as part of their EP titled “Shadows.”

The song “Desire” has a catchy melody and lyrics that revolve around themes of desire and attraction