Bonnie Raitt is the self-titled debut album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1971. A straight-blues affair, it was recorded at an empty summer camp on Enchanted Island, about 30 miles west of Minneapolis on Lake Minnetonka. We recorded live on four tracks because we wanted a more spontaneous and natural feeling in the music", Raitt wrote in the album's liner notes, "a feeling often sacrificed when the musicians know they can overdub their part on a separate track until it's perfect.
Producer – Bonnie Raitt, Don Was. Producer – Ed Cherney. Double album recorded live using Remote Recording Services, Inc. on July 11, 12 & 13, 1995 at the Shnitzer Auditorium, Portland, Oregon and July 16, 18 & 19, 1995 at the Paramount Theatre, Oakland, California. DTS 20 Bit, . Channel Digital Surround.
In a 24-year recording career, Bonnie Raitt had not previously released a live album, so this concert set was overdue.
Road Tested (2xCD, Album, Multichannel, DTS). DTS 1010, 710215-101026. Road Tested (2xCD, Album).
Band Name Bonnie Raitt. Album Name Road Tested. Labels EMI Records Abbey Road. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Longing in Their Hearts. 2. Love Sneakin' Up on You. 3. Burning Down the House. 4. I Can't Make You Love Me. 5. I Believe I'm in Love with You. 6. Rock Steady. 7. Angel from Montgomery.
Fundamental (Bonnie Raitt album). Fundamental is the thirteenth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1998. The Fundamental Things" (David Batteau, John Cody, Lawrence Klein) – 3:45. Cure for Love" (David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez) – 4:11. Round & Round" (Willie Dixon, J. B. Lenoir) – 3:16. Spit of Love" (Raitt) – 4:44. Lover's Will" (John Hiatt) – 4:30. Blue for No Reason" (Paul Brady, Raitt) – 4:13.
A sense of self-confidence permeates Road Tested. If the '70s were marked by promise and the '80s by disappointment, the '90s, thanks to three smash studio albums, have been sheer triumph for Raitt, and she sounds damned satisfied. Her first live recording after 24 years in the business, Road Tested is an ople effort, unsurprising given its creator has become all things to an awful lot of people
Features Song Lyrics for Bonnie Raitt's Road Tested album. Bonnie Raitt - Road Tested Album Lyrics. Never Make Your Move Too Soon (Live) Lyrics.
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|1||Thing Called Love
Featuring – Bruce Hornsby
|2||Something To Talk About
Guitar – Mark T. Jordan*
|4||Never Make Your Move Too Soon
Featuring – Charles Brown, Kim Wilson, Ruth Brown
|5||Shake A Little|
|6||Matters Of The Heart|
|7||Have A Heart|
|8||Love Me Like A Man|
|9||The Kokomo Medley|
Mandolin – George Marinelli
|11||Dimming Of The Day|
|12||My Opening Farewell
Featuring – Jackson Browne
|13||Longing In Their Hearts
Mandolin – Mark T. Jordan*
|14||Come To Me|
|15||Love Sneakin' Up On You|
|16||Burning Down The House|
|17||I Can't Make You Love Me
Featuring – Bruce Hornsby
|18||Feeling Of Falling
Keyboards – Bonnie Raitt
|19||I Believe I'm In Love With You
Featuring – Kim Wilson
Featuring – Bryan Adams
|21||Angel From Montgomery
Featuring – Bruce Hornsby, Bryan Adams, Jackson Browne, Kim Wilson
- Recorded At – Paramount Theatre, Oakland
- Bass, Vocals – James Hutchinson
- Drums – Ricky Fataar
- Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – George Marinelli
- Keyboards, Harmonica, Vocals – Glen Clark
- Keyboards, Vocals – Mark T. Jordan*
- Percussion, Vocals – Debra Dobkin
- Producer – Bonnie Raitt, Don Was
- Recorded By – Ed Cherney
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Slide Guitar] – Bonnie Raitt
NotesFilmed and recorded live at The Paramount Theatre, Oakland, California, July 18-19, 1995.
Approximate running time 105 minutes.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 2434-77907-9 9
|PA-96-562||Bonnie Raitt||Road Tested (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC)||Pioneer Artists||PA-96-562||US||1996|
|7243 4 92613 9 6||Bonnie Raitt||Road Tested (DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL)||Capitol Records||7243 4 92613 9 6||Europe||2001|
|7243 4 92613 9 6||Bonnie Raitt||Road Tested (DVDr, DVD-V, Unofficial, PAL)||Capitol Records||7243 4 92613 9 6||Russia||2001|
|COBY-90066||Bonnie Raitt||Road Tested (DVD-V, NTSC)||Columbia||COBY-90066||Japan||1999|