Babe - Together In Love Again - 03-10-1982 • TopPop

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Babe was a Dutch girl-pop band in the 1970s and ’80s.
The trio was formed by producer and performer Peter Koelewijn, and he produced all of their records. The only exception was the single 'Tick-a-thumps my heart' which was produced by Hans van Hemert, the producer behind Luv'.
Initially the group consisted of Gemma van Eck, Rita van Rooy and Monique Hagemeyer. Hagemeyer was replaced in 1980 by Margot van der Ven. Van Eck decided to leave the trio in 1981 and was replaced by Marga Bult.
The song reached no. 13 in the Dutch Top 40 on 23 October 1982.

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Broadcast date: 1982-03-10
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