Baby Rocker

Baby Rocker is the name of a project by Rinder and Lewis, an American musical team responsible for numerous studio projects during the late 1970s. They used the name for the hard-rock album Young and Mean, released in 1977 on AVI, which also issued the pair’s concurrent disco-oriented projects (El Coco, Le Pamplemousse).

Baby Rocker was one of seven nameplates used by Rinder & Lewis during 1977. That same year, they produced disco-vocal titles under the names Discognosis, El Coco, Le Pamplemousse, and Tuxedo Junction (all with studio singers). Additionally, they made a soundtrack album as The In Search of Orchestra (for the paranormal series hosted by Leonard Nimoy). Under their own name, they released the instrumental concept album Seven Deadly Sins.


  • Young and Mean (1977)


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