bonnie , jim simon here hope all is well with you and your's . . . to follow-up on storm warnin' . . . I place myself as the capt. at the helm . . . the storm warnin' I fear means impendin' gloom the flood of tears has hit my bedroom thanx JMS
Okay, I'm going with 5. Though I'm temped to put Fundamental in its own sound category, I won't.
(1971-1973) Bonnie Raitt, Give it Up, Takin' My Time
(1974-1979) Streetlights, Home Plate, Sweet Forgiveness, The Glow
(1982-1986 [aka disasters of the 80's]) Green Light, Nine Lives
(1989-1994) Nick of Time, Luck of the Draw, Longing in Their Hearts
(1998-2005) Fundamental, Silver Lining, Souls Alike
I don't know Druid, as someone who has listened to all of her cds a lot recently, she's definitely gone through 4 or 5 sounds throughout her musical career. Maybe 6. Hmm, I need to think on this more now.
I'VE JUST SCROBBLED! The first I knew of Bonnie was on TV when she was playing with the great B B King and I couldn't decide who was better. Imagine that. Amazing lady, amazing musician, amazing singer, amazing songwriter. Did I mention she's amazing?
Love has no pride is also my favourite! It is featured on Bonnie's second album "Give it up" which is great altogether. Great bluesy sound, a chrystal clear (young) voice and some fantastic New Orleans inspired swinging music.
Love has no Pride I will say this is a beautiful song. I first heard this on the rnr hall of fame show and instantly was inspired by it, I guess it is never late to get into a song, it is just perfect in every way and I love to play it on guitar one of my favs, the song is all heart and soul.