Baby, Now That I've Found You" is a song written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod. The lyrics are a plea that an unnamed subject not break up with the singer. In 1967, The Foundations released it as their début single. After receiving airplay on the newly-launched BBC Radio 1, it took off and by November it was number one in the British charts
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The Foundations were formed in January 1967 in the basement of a local coffee bar in Bayswater, gathered together through advertisements in Melody Maker. Lead singer Clem Curtis was a former boxer from Trinidad, while lead guitarist Alan Warner had been making his living in the printing trade in London while waiting for music to pay off. Flautist/saxman Pat Burke hailed from Jamaica, tenor saxman Mike Elliott had played with Colin Hicks (brother of Tommy Steele) in his band the Cabin Boys, as well as in several jazz bands, and trombonist Eric Allan Dale was another jazz veteran. He'd written a song with his partner John Macleod called "Baby Now That I've Found You," which seemed to suit the Foundations. The resulting single, issued in the summer of 1967, got no reaction from the public or on the airwaves until it got picked up by the BBC's newly founded Radio 1, by a stroke of pure luck.