Baby, Now That I've Found You ()


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Nothing else on the Foundations' debut album was up to the level of the memorable hit it was built around, "Baby, Now That I've Found You." It did, however, present evidence of a fairly solid soul group, albeit one that at this point was wholly reliant upon outside material, particularly songs written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod, the team responsible for "Baby, Now That I've Found You." Those Macaulay-MacLeod numbers tended toward the poppy side -- "Come On Back to Me" had echoes of the Four Seasons' harmonies, for ...