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Slipstream is the sixteenth studio album by Bonnie Raitt, released in April 2012. American Songwriter Magazine praised it as "her best album in years and one of the best of her 40-year career. Two singles were released from the album, a cover of Gerry Rafferty's "Right Down the Line", and "Used to Rule the World", both of which charted on the Billboard Triple A chart. The album also spawned a highly successful concert tour.
The astounding thing about Bonnie Raitt's blues album isn't that it's the work of a preternaturally gifted blues woman, it's that Raitt doesn't choose to stick to the blues. She's decided to blend her love of classic folk blues with folk music, including new folk-rock tunes, along with a slight R&B, New Orleans, and jazz bent and a mellow Californian vibe. Surely, Bonnie Raitt is a record of its times, as much as Jackson Browne's first album is, but with this, she not only sketches out the blueprint for her future recordings, but for the roots music that.
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.
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. Though album sales were modest, Bonnie Raitt was warmly received by rock critics
Bonnie is as known for her lifelong commitment to social activism as she is for her music.