Featured Artist | Jose Galindo-Herrador | Baby Wanna Her Baby

Jose Galindo-Herrador grew up in Madrid, on a steady diet of 50’s rock-n-roll and early Americana. He eventually began penning his own lyrics, drawing from his extensive personal history within the genre. His most recent title,“Baby Wanna Her Baby” features 50’s style rockabilly with a modern twist and a scorching hot lead vocal by the talented Liz Halland.

I love anything from early Traditional Jazz to Elton John. I love music that is being created now, and I think there are loads of future talents out there!

What is the inspiration behind the lyrics for “Baby Wanna Her Baby”?

My inspiration for “Baby Wanna Her Baby” came from a little girl who had everything in life and as such, she doesn’t appreciate it, as everything was spoon fed to her. I thought that could be a nice little tune.

How do you go about writing lyrics?

Lyrics are life itself, they come as they are, I don’t have a magic wand. They come as you feel.

Why is rockabilly your jam?

50’s style rockabilly, or any style is only the tip of the iceberg. Musicians must realize that if you work hard and put aside any silly egos, you’ll get far. Fame is just a sad price to pay for it.
5050songs Featured Artist, Jose Galindo Herrador
5050songs® Featured Artist, Jose Galindo Herrador

Have the digitalized changes in the music industry affected you personally?

Digital has changed everything, as it will continue to in coming years. As long as the talent is out there, I think it is for everyone’s benefit.

Anything else you’d like to mention that I didn’t ask?

Never give up your dreams and take control of them!!!  This is a dog-eat-dog industry. Never lose your feeling and determination!
  • Jay Kennedy
    Posted at 19:24h, 09 January Reply

    I like it very much! Excellent production and who doesn’t love short (2:30 or less) songs…that’s a really art form!
    I must admit however I’m not familiar with the expression
    “Baby wanna her baby”…I assume it means:
    Baby wants her baby? As opposed to baby “wants-to” her baby” (wanna means: wants to… ?) but you mean to say: “wants”? Like “I wanna lollipop”?….

  • Linda Kasko
    Posted at 21:05h, 09 January Reply

    I think she is calling her “guy interest” her baby also. So when she says baby wants her baby it means she wants him.

  • Jose Galindo Herrador
    Posted at 23:09h, 09 January Reply

    A big hello and thanks to Trystan and Team for the awesome work over the last four years. Regarding the lyrics. I picked up the name Baby from the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing featuring Jennifer Grey as Frances “Baby” and added a teenager’s tantrum, someone spoiled to the core who was used to getting her own way all the time. On her mind, a particular boy she likes, she must have regardless. I asked Trystan to do something using a slapping upright bass to give more feeling and the vocals! Well!! I could not have asked for anything more! Spot on! There are two versions of the song 50s and another on with a 60s vibe which l love to pieces, (available on YouTube, just type J. Herrador and you’re on!). Thanks to everyone who has posted comments, very much appreciated! Best wishes to you all!

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