Lone Justice was an American country rock band formed in 1982 by guitarist Ryan Hedgecock and singer Maria McKee.
Their self-titled debut appeared in 1985, followed by a tour in support of U2. Still, despite good press and media hype—Jimmy Guterman, then a critic at Rolling Stone, included it in his list of the best albums ever made— Lone Justice failed to sell; produced by the band’s manager, Jimmy Iovine, it failed to connect with country or rock audiences. Even with radio-friendly singles like “Sweet, Sweet Baby” and “Ways To Be Wicked” (written by Tom Petty and Mike Campbell), the album didn’t meet commercial expectations
The first single “Sweet, Sweet Baby” was written by Maria McKee, Stevie Van Zandt and Benmont Tench and remixed for the 7″ and 12″ single release, it reached 73 on the US charts.
Sweet, Sweet Baby (I’m Falling) (Remix) 3:58