George Baker Selection was a rock band from Hoorn, the Netherlands. In 1978 the George Baker Selection split up because. The band has sold over 20 million records worldwide. George Baker formed a new George Baker Selection in 1985, which stayed together until 1989. The band has released twelve albums and several compilation albums. The band experienced a brief return to the international charts in 1992 when the song "Little Green Bag" was used in the title sequence of the film Reservoir Dogs. Little Green Bag is the 1970 debut album by the band.
Tracks: 1. Little Green Bag (Jan Visser, Johannes Bouwens) 4:24 2. Winter Time 2:08 3. Funny Girl 2:58 4. The Prisoner 3:51 5. Road Of Peace 2:56 6. Pancake 6 (Fly) 4:05 7. Dear Ann 3:01 8. Impressions 3:27 9. I Wanna Love You 2:46 10. Have Another Drink (Jan Visser) 3:21 11. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bob Dylan) 4:09 12. Goodbye (Jan Visser) 3:57
Personnel: George Baker (Johannes Bouwens) - lead vocals, guitar, piano Job Netten - lead guitar Jacques Greuter - organ, guitar Henk Kramer - saxophone, tambourine, drums Jan Visser - bass, 2nd vocals Ton Vredenburg - drums