Baby Don't Go is the debut album released by Reprise Records after Sonny & Cher managed their first major hit. The title track is by Sonny & Cher and three songs by Sonny & Cher are credited as Caesar and Cleo, the duo's previous moniker. The LP also includes songs performed by The Lettermen, The Blendells, and Righteous Brothers singer Bill Medley.
Baby Don't Go was released in 1965 and reached #69 on the U.S. album charts.
The title track "Baby Don't Go" was actually released as a single in 1964, but didn't hit until after "I Got You, Babe" became a hit in the summer of 1965.
- "Baby Don't Go" (Sonny Bono) by Sonny & Cher – 3:05
- "Love Is Strange" (Baker, Smith) by Caesar & Cleo (Sonny & Cher) – 2:45
- "When" (Law) by The Lettermen - 2:02
- "I Surrender (To Your Touch)" (Bill Medley) by Bill Medley - 2:10
- "Walkin' the Quetzal" (S. Bono, Greene, Stone) by Sonny & Cher - 2:10
- "Leavin' Town" (B. Medley) by Bill Medley - 2:09
- "Do You Want to Dance?" (Freeman) by Caesar & Cleo (Sonny & Cher) - 2:33
- "La la la la La" (Paul) by The Blendells - 2:55
- "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" (Troup) by The Lettermen - 1:52
- "Two Hearts" (Lampert, Turnbull) by The Lettermen - 2:36
- "Wo Yeah!" (B. Medley) by Bill Medley - 2:12
- "Let the Good Times Roll" (Goodman, Lee) by Caesar & Cleo (Sonny & Cher) - 1:30