Alison Krauss - Baby Now That I've Found You (w. Union Station)

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As performed by Alison Krauss & Union Station (from a now deleted promotional single for the album and DVD by the name "Alison Krauss + Union Station - Live").

"Baby, Now That I've Found You" is a song written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod. Part of the song was written in the same bar of a Soho tavern where Karl Marx was supposed to have written Das Kapital. The lyrics are a plea that an unnamed subject not break up with the singer. 

In 1967, The Foundations released it as their debut single. When "Baby Now That I've Found You" was first released it went nowhere. Luckily BBC's newly founded Radio 1 were looking to avoid any records being played by the pirate radio stations and they looked back at some recent releases that the pirate stations had missed. "Baby, Now That I've Found You" was one of them. The single then took off and by November it was number one in the British charts. It met with great success, becoming a number 11 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and topping the UK Singles Chart for two weeks in November 1967. 

The song was a 1995 country hit for Alison Krauss from the album Now That I've Found You: A Collection. Her version appeared in the Australian comedy film, The Castle.

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