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Ariel Pink - 'Baby'

A gorgeous ode to a crooner duo

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Ariel Pink loves 1970s crooner duo Donnie and Joe Emerson’s ‘Baby’ so much he’s put it on every mixtape he’s assembled in the past few years AND covered it for the band’s “retro-licious” (his words) new album ‘Mature Themes’. Probably best served while hooking up with a longhaired deadbeat muso in the long grass on a sunny day, but sounds totally gorgeous.
Emelie Joy


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