This relentlessly cheery, ska-flavored single stalled out at #49 in the summer of 1964. "I Want You To Meet My Baby" was a product of the short-lived (1962-1964) dalliance Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme had with Brill Building pop, whose high tide chart marks included "Go Away Little Girl," "Walking Proud" and "Blame It On The Bossa Nova." An additional handful of remarkable pop singles are all that remain of the happy confluence of Kirshner's mighty stable of writers with Columbia's state-of-the-art production. Shortly after this release, Steve and Eydie recast themselves as easy-listening perennials, and never again referenced this period of their careers. At some point the duo bought their entire catalog from Columbia and buried these recordings, never allowing them to be licensed or re-released.