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Baby Please Dont Go - AC/DC - Bon Scott Forever Vol. 1 (DVD)

Posted on 29.07.2019 by Shakakasa
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8 Responses to Baby Please Dont Go - AC/DC - Bon Scott Forever Vol. 1 (DVD)

  1. Taubar says:
    1 Ac/Dc - Baby Please Don't Go(Bon Scott) Rockin - video encodings still in process - more; NEAR DEATH Experiences Caught On CCTV. Denver Officer Not Charged In Death Of William DeBose. Man Runs Into Flames of Burning Fuel Truck in Grabouw, South Africa @ (not a repost, previous upload had video source deleted) It appears suddenly.
  2. Tacage says:
    Baby please don't go Baby please don't go Baby please don't go down to New Orleans You know I love you so Baby please don't go When the man done gone When the man done gone When the man done gone down to the county farm He got the shackles on Baby please don't go Don't leave me I'll be a dog I'll be a dog woah I'll be a dog kiss your way down there When you walk along Baby please don't go Baby.
  3. Mikat says:
    Plug Me In - the new 2DVD set contains over 5 hours of rare and unreleased LIVE video from AC/DC. DVD 1 goes all the way back to and original singer Bon Scott with the band's first appearance on TV, quickly followed by two never-before-seen performances from the Reviews:
  4. Zutaxe says:
    Joe Williams' Washboard Blues Singers originally recorded Baby, Please Don't Go written by Big Joe Williams and Joe Williams' Washboard Blues Singers released it on the single Baby, Please Don't Go in It was also covered by Zlatni Akordi, James Clem, Billy Riley - The Little Green Men, Texas Slim and other artists.
  5. Duktilar says:
    GARY GLITTER Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams, from Traditional, also attrib. to Mary 'Signifying' Johnson) UK Track on Glitter, debut album by early 70s glam rock phenomenon Gary Glitter, real name Paul Gadd (b. ). By the time he emerged as Gary Glitter, he was a seasoned trouper: as Paul Raven he had recorded for Decca in and was produced at Parlophone by the .
  6. Mulkis says:
    Bon Scott's death came at a worse possible time for AC/DC since the band's last album, "Highway to Hell" was the their first gold-certified album in the U.S. Despite the fact that an obvious chemistry was lost with Bon Scott's death, "Back in Black" is the ultimate example of a band turning a career-threatening negative into an outstanding.
  7. Gorisar says:
    Apr 21,  · AC/DC: Baby, Please Don’t Go. Joe Daly. Monday, April 21, AC/DC lost frontman Bon Scott at the worst possible time—on the heels of Highway to Hell—their most successful album to date—just as they were preparing for its follow-up. Although Bon was quite a bit older than the other members of the band, his roguish charisma and.
  8. Goltizilkree says:
    Although "Baby, Please Don't Go" was a popular part of AC/DC's performances (often as the closing number), the song was not released internationally until their compilation EP '74 Jailbreak. The video from the Countdown show is included on 's Family Jewels DVD compilation.

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