Limited seven inch vinyl pressing including digital download. In the summer of 1976, recording engineer/songwriter Barry Knoedl was asked to play bass and sing backup at a recording session. When the work was done, Barry asked if he could record one of his own songs, "Baby Don't Give Up." Backed with another original ("I Just Want To Make You Happy"), the resulting single became the surprising second release on Jim "Nipo" Antonucci's Death Records, home to Jimi LaLumia's "Death to Disco" movement and future label of Cracked Actor's KBD classic "Nazi School" 45. Sourced from Barry's digital remixes, this reissue includes liner notes featuring the history of the Death Records label.