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Little Green Bag- Reservoir Dogs – YouTube

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Aug 18, 2007 · George Baker Selection’s Little Green Bag, featured in Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film Reservoir Dogs, includes intro dialogue from Steven Wright.

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Reservoir Dogs – Little Green Bag – YouTube

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May 02, 2008 · Reservoir Dogs (1992) ‘Little Green Bag’ by The George Baker Selection.

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Little Green Bag – Wikipedia

“Little Green Bag” is a 1969 song written by Dutch musicians Jan Visser and George Baker (born Hans Bouwens), and recorded by the George Baker Selection at the band’s own expense. The track was released as the George Baker Selection’s debut single by Dutch label, Negram, with the B-side being “Pretty Little Dreamer”.

Genre: Pop rock

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George Baker, George Baker Selection – Little Green Bag

The album “Little Green Bag” is not what you would expect. There are so many different styles, each song has a different style from the other. With styles ranging from rock, country, pop, and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight.”