Additional information about this, Bobby Vee vinyl art.
Bobby Vee – The Artists
Robert Thomas Velline (1943 – 2016), known professionally as Bobby Vee, was an American singer, songwriter, and musician who was a teen idol in the early 1960s and also appeared in films. Known primarily as a performer of so-called “Brill Building pop” material, Vee went on to record a string of international hits in the 1960s, including ‘Rubber Ball’, A Night Has A Thousand Eyes’ and Take Good Care of my Baby.’ Vee was also a pioneer in the music video genre, appearing in several musical films and in the Scopitone series of early film-and-music jukebox recordings. An active live performer into 2011, Vee was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, at which time he completed his scheduled tour obligations and recorded his final CD, released three years later.
Take Good Care of My Baby – The Song
Take Good Care of my Baby is a song written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin. The song was made famous by Bobby Vee, when it was released in 1961. The song was the lead track on Bobby Vee’s album, Take Good Care of My Baby, which was released in 1962. Vee re-recorded the song as a ballad in 1972. He released under his real name, Robert Thomas Velline, on his 1972 album Ain’t Nothing Like a Sunny Day, and as a single in 1973. However, it is his original version, along with Bobby Vinton’s, that remain as staples of oldies radio stations.
The Wrapped Baby – The Shape
This record has been crafted into a new born baby wrapped in a swaddling blanket. Swaddling involves wrapping baby securely in a blanket so that only their head is peeking out. The rest of their body is comfortably snug inside the blanket, which may help the youngest infants feel like they’re still inside the womb.
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