Sunday, May 20, 2012

Three Interpretations Of "Baby Please Don't Go"

Edited by Azizi Powell

This post showcases interpretations of the song "Baby Please Don't Go" by Joe Williams, Lightnin Hopkins, and James Brown.

The content of this post is presented for historical, educational, entertainment, and aesthetic purposes. The copyrights remain with their owners.

My thanks to the composers and performers of this music. My thanks also to the videographers and uploaders of these featured videos


Video #1: Big Joe Williams Baby Please Don't Go

Uploaded by Radge1965 on Jun 25, 2008

Big Joe Williams Baby Please Don't Go. Played on a 9-string guitar!
The Blues standard "Baby Please Don't Go" was written & first performed by Big Joe Williams in 1935.

Video #2: Lightnin Hopkins - Baby Please Dont Go

Uploaded by longtall75011 on Apr 24, 2008

"Baby, Please Don't Go" is a blues song first recorded by Big Joe Williams in 1935. It is related to a group of early 20th century blues and work songs that include "Alabama Bound", "Another Man Done Gone", and "Don't Leave Me Here", and "Turn Your Lamp Down Low".

Here is the great version of that song by Sam "Lightnin' Hopkins

Video #3: James Brown "Please, Please, Please"

Uploaded by weenielongus on Mar 9, 2008

James gets to do one of his signature songs, with cape and all...

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