Bonnie Raitt - Home Plate mp3 album
Home Plate is the fifth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1975. What Do You Want the Boy to Do?" (Allen Toussaint) – 3:19. Good Enough" (John Hall, Johanna Hall) – 2:56. Run Like a Thief" (. Fool Yourself" (Fred Tackett) – 3:04. My First Night Alone Without You" (Kin Vassy) – 3:07. Walk Out the Front Door" (Mark T. Jordan, Rip Stock) – 3:09. Sugar Mama" (Delbert McClinton, Glen Clark) – 3:45. Pleasin' Each Other" (Bill Payne, Fran Tate) – 3:44.
Perhaps that's because producer Paul A. Rothchild has helped Raitt craft a record that's unapologetically pitched at the mainstream, where Streetlights often seemed to be torn between two worlds. The great thing about that is, regardless of the production, the essentials of Raitt's music have not changed.
By: Bonnie Raitt (1975, Blues). More albums from Bonnie Raitt: Road Tested by Bonnie Raitt. Sweet Forgiveness by Bonnie Raitt. Nine Lives by Bonnie Raitt. Bumbershoot Arts Festival 1985 by Bonnie Raitt. The Glow by Bonnie Raitt. Longing In Their Hearts by Bonnie Raitt. Takin’ My Time by Bonnie Raitt. Streetlights by Bonnie Raitt. View all albums . Home Plate. By: Bonnie Raitt (1975, Blues). 1. What Do You Want The Boy To Do.
Bonnie Raitt – Home Plate. Slide Guitar – Bonnie Raitt (tracks: B2). Trombone, Baritone Horn – George Bohanon. Trombone, Bass Trumpet – Dick Hyde. Vocals – Bonnie Raitt. Outras versões (5 de 27) Ver tudo.
Home Plate is the fifth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1975.
Band Name Bonnie Raitt. Album Name Home Plate. Erscheinungsdatum 1975. Labels Warner Music Group. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. What Do You Want the Boy to Do ? 2. Good Enough.
Bonnie Raitt has always been a bit of an old soul, and this lively LP demonstrates her ability to pair R&B grooves with sophisticated, intricately woven lyrics. Good Enough" bops along with guitar and horns as Raitt sings a touching love song about a couple learning to accept themselves, while "Pleasin' Each Other" picks up where that leaves off, its piano-backed verses building toward a sax solo that says what words can't. Bonnie Raitt has always been a bit of an old soul, and this lively LP demonstrates her ability to pair R&B grooves with sophisticated, intricately woven lyrics.
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.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||What Do You Want The Boy To Do
Written-By – Allen Toussaint
Written-By – Johanna Hall, John Hall*
|A3||Run Like A Thief
Backing Vocals – Jackson Browne, J. D. Souther*, Rosemary Butler, Terry ReidWritten-By – John David Souther
Backing Vocals – Jackson Browne, Rosemary Butler, Terry ReidWritten-By – Fred Tackett
|A5||My First Night Alone Without You
Written-By – Kin Vassy
|B1||Walk Out The Front Door
Written-By – Rip Stock*, Mark Jordan
Written-By – Delbert McClinton, Glen Clark
|B3||Pleasin' Each Other
Tenor Saxophone – Jerry JumonvilleWritten-By – Bill Payne, Fran Tate
|B4||I'm Blowin' Away
Backing Vocals – Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne, J. D. Souther*Written-By – Eric Kaz
|B5||Your Sweet And Shiny Eyes
Backing Vocals – Debbie Greene, Greg Prestopino, Jackson Browne, John Herald, Tom Waits, Willow Van Der HoekWritten-By – Nan O'Byrne
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Elektra Sound Recorders
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Acoustic Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Mandolin – Fred Tackett
- Art Direction – Lockart*
- Autoharp – John Sebastian (tracks: A3)
- Backing Vocals – Maxayn Lewis (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B3), Robbie Montgomery (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B3), Venetta Fields (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B3)
- Baritone Saxophone – Jim Gordon
- Clavinet – Jai Winding (tracks: B2)
- Concertmaster – Harry Bluestone
- Drums – Dennis Whitted (tracks: A5), Gary Mallaber
- Electric Guitar – John Hall*
- Electric Guitar, Guitar [Phaser] – Will McFarlane
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Fred Tackett (tracks: B2)
- Engineer – Fritz Richmond
- Fretless Bass, Guitarrón, Tuba – Freebo
- Graphics, Graphic Design – Cabalka Studio
- Keyboards, Accordion – Bill Payne
- Lead Guitar – John Hall* (tracks: B2)
- Percussion – Jeff Porcaro, Joe Porcaro
- Photography By [Backcover Photo] – Michael Dobo
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Norman Seeff
- Piano – Jai Winding (tracks: A5), William (Smitty) Smith* (tracks: B1)
- Slide Guitar [Electric] – Bonnie Raitt (tracks: B2)
- Trombone, Baritone Horn – George Bohanon
- Trombone, Bass Trumpet – Dick Hyde
- Vocals – Bonnie Raitt
Notes"✲" in runouts denotes a Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles pressing.
Recorded at Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles, Summer 1975
Track B5 reads "Your Sweet and Shiny Eyes" on label, but merely "Sweet and Shiny Eyes" on cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side A): S41,072
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side B): S41,073
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): BS-1-2864-LW2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): BS-2-2864-LW2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Both Sides, Stamped): ✲
|BS 2864||Bonnie Raitt||Home Plate (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2864||US||1975|
|BS 2864||Bonnie Raitt||Home Plate (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2864||Canada||1975|
|BS 2864||Bonnie Raitt||Home Plate (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2864||Australia||1975|
|BS 2864||Bonnie Raitt||Home Plate (LP, Album, Ter)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2864||US||1975|
|BS 2864||Bonnie Raitt||Home Plate (LP, Album, RE, Jac)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2864||US||Unknown|