Everybody’s Baby by Johnny R.

tomswift2002

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I’m just wondering if anyone knows anything more about this A&M Records of Canada single? I’ve got a white promo copy from 1986 (Uses A&M’s circle box label, but is white instead of black); Side A has vocals and is 3:40, Side B is instrumental and is 3:49. The label number is AM-712 with (Pro) underneath. The (C) is 1986 Pasqua Music Ltd and (P) 1986 A&M Records of Canada Ltd. It was produced by Dominic Troiano for Pasqua Music Ltd., and Engineered by Bob Federer whose Assistant Engineer was Danny Sustar. The song was written by B.J. Cook & D. Troiano, and published by Pasqua Music.

I can’t find much online. Discovers thinks the R stands for Rutledge, but I can only find a wrestler with that name. Otherwise there’s no album name on the disc to say what album it’s from.
 

tomswift2002

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The song I find similar to Veronique’s “House of Love”, but with a voice that sounds like Shaun Cassidy. It’s got the very mid-80’s beat and I can see why it didn’t do well on the charts. It’s kind of generic.
 
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