Baby D (UK)
Let Me Be Your Fantasy, (Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime) I Need Your Loving, So Pure
After playing with a variety of bands and working as session musicians, Baby D was formed in 1990 in northwest London, England. Featuring Baby D (vocals), MC Nino (keyboards/vocals), Claudio Galdez (keyboards/vocals) and Dice (writer/producer), they released their first single, ‘Daydreaming’, in January 1991. Though it failed to reach the national charts, it rose to number 27 on the dance music charts.
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Their first major success came in December 1993 when ‘Destiny’ reached number 69 in the UK charts. ‘Casanova’, released in July 1994, was a similar minor success, but their fortunes changed substantially with the release of ‘Let Me Be Your Fantasy’ in November 1994. This rose to number 1 in the UK charts, and sold just short of half a million copies. It had originally topped dance charts two years before its mainstream breakthrough.
The follow-up single was a retitled cover version of the Korgis’ ‘Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime’. By this time, original member Dice had left the band, though he still helped out in a production capacity. Before the release of ‘(Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime) I Need Your Loving’, it emerged that another band, NRG, intended to record it, leading to a struggle for the publishing rights.
Baby D’s version eventually climbed to number 3 in the UK charts in June 1995. ‘So Pure’ reached the same position in January 1996, and was followed by their debut album.
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