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Baby Huey

American rock and soul singer, Baby Huey, was born on August 17, 1944 in Richmond, Indiana. He sadly passed away at the age of 26 on October 28, 1970 in Chicago, Illinois. As a member of The Babysitters, he recorded four songs including "Monkey Man", "Beg Me", "Messin' with the Kid" and "Just being Careful". These tracks were released on various labels such as Shann, USA Records, Satellite Records, and Curtis Mayfield's Curtom label.

Although his only album titled The Living Legend was released posthumously in 1971 by Curtom Records. It featured the singles "Listen to Me" and "Hard Times". There has been no other official material featuring Baby Huey's voice except for an unofficial EP called The Early Years, which included the four mid-1960s songs from Baby Huey & the Babysitters.

In recent years, there have been some notable releases related to Baby Huey's music. In 2019, an expanded version of The Living Legend was released by [l1194988], including previously unreleased instrumental tracks. Additionally, another album titled Another Story: The Lost Recordings, credited to Baby Huey but actually featuring recordings by Ramey (not James Ramey), has


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