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Them - Gloria / Baby Please Don't Go mp3 album

Them  - Gloria / Baby Please Don't Go mp3 album Performer: Them
Title: Gloria / Baby Please Don't Go
Style: Garage Rock, Rock & Roll, Classic Rock
Date of release: 1965
Size MP3: 1658 mb
Size FLAC: 1112 mb
Rating: 4.8

Baby, Please Don't Go" is a traditional blues song that was popularized by Delta blues musician Big Joe Williams in 1935. Many cover versions followed, and the song been described by French music historian Gérard Herzhaft as "one of the most played, arranged, and rearranged pieces in blues history". After World War II, Chicago blues and rhythm and blues artists adapted the song to newer music styles. In 1952, a doo-wop version by the Orioles reached the top ten on the race records chart.

Artist: Them Duration: 10:53 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Them Brown eyed girl. Them Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams cover). Them Baby Please Don't Go.

Like to tell ya about my baby You know she comes around She about five feet four From her head to the ground You know she comes around here At just about midnight She make ya feel so good, Lord She make ya feel all right And her name is G-L-O-R-I G-L-O-R-I-A. GLORIA) G-L-O-R-I-A (GLORIA) I'm gonna shout it all night (GLORIA) I'm gonna shout it everyday (GLORIA) yeah-yeah She comes around here Just about midnight Ha, she make me feel so good, Lord I wanna say she make me feel alright Comes a-walkin' down my street When she comes.

In December, 1964, this was released as the B-side of the Them single "Baby Please Don' t Go," which was a cover of a Blues standard. Gloria" gained traction when it became a highlight of the group's live shows, sometimes developing into a 20-minute jam. The song got little airplay in England, but found a following in America among the same Garage Rock audience that loved "Louie Louie. In the US, it was first released (as the B-side) in March, 1965, but was reissued as the A-side of the single in April, 1966, which is when it charted at #71.