Musically, it contains sensual vocals over sugary production, with a tambourine-led chorus while the bridge stripping production down to the singer's voice and the bass guitar. Oktober 1935 von Big Joe Williams (mit Dad Tracy und Chasey Collins) das erste Mal aufgenommen und hatte sich in der Folge zu einem Blues-Standard entwickelt, der von zahlreichen Musikern aufgenommen wurde. "Baby Please Don't Stop" is a 1960s-inspired pop[1] song with a length of three minutes. In this video the singer is standing in front of a blue colored brick wall, dressed in a jeans jacket, smiling, dancing and singing along to the song. Baby, Please Don’t Go ist ein Blues-Song von Big Joe Williams aus dem Jahr 1935. [4], Two music videos have been produced for the single. Though sublabelled as the vertical video, it is not a vertical version of the official video produced for mobile devices and other social media. https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baby,_Please_Don’t_Go&oldid=205805155, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. Das Stück ist ein typischer Delta Blues, der in seiner ursprünglichen Fassung mit Gitarre, Mundharmonika, Perkussion und Gesang eingespielt wurde. The single was written by Bunton, Patrick Mascall, and Paul Barry, while Paul Meehan and Brian Rawling handled the song's production. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 22. [3] Mike Nied of Idolator called the song "infectious and with plenty of replay factor". November 2020 um 08:33 Uhr bearbeitet. "Baby Please Don't Stop" is a song by Spice Girls member Emma Bunton, released on 27 February 2019 as the lead single from her fourth studio album, My Happy Place. The single was written by Bunton, Patrick Mascall, and Paul Barry, while Paul Meehan and Brian Rawling handled the song's production. The song, a vaudevilleshow tune, inspired several other songs between 1925 and 1935, such as "Elder Greene Blues", "Alabama Bound", and "Don't You Leave Me Here". [4], Bunton performed the song on BBC The One Show. [2], Official Charts gave the song a positive review, saying "This is a flirty, carefree and confident Emma who is taking control of the situation with the man of her dreams. "Baby, Please Don't Go" is likely an adaptation of "Long John", an old folk theme which dates back to the time of slavery in the United States. [5] Blues researcher Paul Garon notes that the melody is based on "Alabamy Bound", composed by Tin Pan Alley writer Ray Henderson, with lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Bud Green in 1925. [6], "Emma Bunton Announces First Solo Album in 12 Years, 'My Happy Place, "Emma Bunton's comeback Baby Please Don't Stop is a mellow, throwback bop: first listen preview", "EMMA BUNTON RELEASES FIRST SOLO SINGLE IN 12 YEARS 'BABY PLEASE DON'T STOP, "Emma Bunton Unveils Retro-Inspired Comeback Single 'Baby Please Don't Stop, "Emma Bunton Has Fun On a Photoshoot Set In 'Baby Please Don't Stop' Music Video: Watch", "Baby Please Don't Stop (Vertical Video)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baby_Please_Don%27t_Stop&oldid=965646498, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Paul Meehan – producer, keyboards, programmer, This page was last edited on 2 July 2020, at 15:29. Baby, Please Don’t Go ist ein Blues-Song von Big Joe Williams aus dem Jahr 1935. Almost a month later, on 21 March 2019, a second music video has been uploaded and released to the singers' channel. It is Bunton's first solo single released in twelve years, the last being "All I Need to Know" in 2007. Der Song handelt von einem Gefangenen, der zu seiner Geliebten spricht; der Liebhaber bittet sie, ihn jetzt nicht zu verlassen und nicht zurück nach New Orleans zu gehen. Das Lied wurde am 31. Instead it's an original different video with all new shots. "Baby Please Don't Stop" is a song by Spice Girls member Emma Bunton, released on 27 February 2019 as the lead single from her fourth studio album, My Happy Place. It features the singer on the set of a photoshoot with her family and dog, while trying on outfits and drinking champagne. "[2] Attitude called the song "another slice of the smooth '60s-styled radio pop that came to define Emma's solo sound in the early to mid-noughties". These variants were rec… The official music video premiered on 27 February 2019. It is Bunton's first solo single released in twelve years, the last being "All I Need to Know" in 2007.