Monday, August 18, 2014

D.C. Mark-Baby Love (1996)


Here's another little sumthin' sumthin' I wanted to share from my Eurodance singles collection: "Baby Love", the one and only release that I know of by the solo artist who goes by the name D.C. Mark. I seem to have a knack for digging up these 'mystery singers', don't I? Whoever this D.C. Mark guy is, he can sing very well—soulful male vocalists like him should always have a place in the Eurodance genre—and he makes this warming "Baby Love" a real sweet treat. It's not just his smooth, soulful voice that I like; gotta dig the HI-NRG techno, too, not to mention the touch of pure disco in the bassline. His song is not a cover of THE SUPREMES' 1964 classic nor Regina's 1986 hit by the same titles, as one might've imagined. But just the same, you can tell from the lyrics his charming lyrics that he cares as much about his baby love as Diana Ross and company and the Brooklyn, New York Freestyle singer cared about theirs:

1. Baby Love (Mix Version)
2. Baby Love (Radio Version)
3. Baby Love (Euro Mix)
4. Baby Love (Club Mix)

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