Singin' to My Baby

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Singin' To My Baby
Studio album by Eddie Cochran
Released Original: November 1957
Re-issue: 1981
Recorded May 1957 to
August 1957
Genre Rock and Roll
Label Liberty Records
Producer Simon Jackson
Eddie Cochran chronology
Singin' to My Baby
The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album
Singles from Singin' to My Baby
  1. "Sittin' In The Balcony / Dark Lonely Street"
    Released: February 1957
  2. "One Kiss / Mean When I'm Mad"
    Released: May 1957
  3. "Twenty Flight Rock / Cradle Baby"
    Released: November 1957
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rate Your Music 3.5/5 stars[1]

Singin' To My Baby is the first album by Eddie Cochran, released on Liberty Records in mono in November of 1957. The catalogue number was LRP 3061. It was the only album by Eddie Cochran released during his lifetime, which was cut short on April 17, 1960.


The album contained the hit single "Sittin' in the Balcony" which rose to number 18 on the Billboard chart in 1957.

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "Sittin' in the Balcony"
  2. "Completely Sweet"
  3. "Undying Love"
  4. "I'm Alone Because I Love You"
  5. "Lovin' Time"
  6. "Proud of You"

Side two

  1. "Mean When I'm Mad"
  2. "Stockings and Shoes"
  3. "Tell Me Why"
  4. "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?"
  5. "Cradle Baby"
  6. "One Kiss"

1981 reissue[edit]

The album was re-issued by Liberty in 1981 as a ten track album omitting "I'm Alone Because I Love You" and "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You". The catalogue number was LN-10137.


Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
1960 UK Albums Chart[3] 19 1
1963 UK Albums Chart[4] 20 1


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