AEROSMITH: 'Baby Please Don't Go' Video Posted Online

AEROSMITH have released the first video, "Baby Please Don't Go", from their critically acclaimed album, "Honkin' On Bobo". Directed by Mark Haefeli with some help from one of the band's closest friends, the high-energy camera work and editing "allows AEROSMITH to explode into every frame with the kind of raw, rough and raucous energy the legendary Boston rockers have made world famous," according to a posting on the AEROSMITH fan site Aero Force One.

Complementing the vocals of Steven Tyler and quintessential Joe Perry guitar work on this remade AEROSMITH-style blues classic is some of the best live-performance footage released of the band in recent memory. Taken from performances as far back as the first live airing of "Baby Please Don't Go", the footage is interlaced with images from a Deep South bluesy bar filled with locals jamming to the track.

Band insiders told Aero Force One that fans might recognize one of the dancers as the blue-jean clad model on the back cover of "Honkin' On Bobo". Steven Tyler recruited another dancer personally from the streets of New Orleans after he saw her lettin' go to a band of street musicians. Tyler, taken aback by the spirited display of free-form expression, knew he had to have her in the video.

Check out AEROSMITH's "Baby Please Don't Go" video:

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