Download links and information about Streetlights (Remastered) by Bonnie Raitt. This album was released in 1974 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:40 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Blues Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||That Song About the Midway||4:44|
|2.||Rainy Day Man||3:41|
|3.||Angel from Montgomery||3:59|
|4.||I Got Plenty||3:09|
|6.||What Is Success||3:32|
|7.||Ain't Nobody Home||3:04|
|8.||Everything That Touches You||3:28|
|9.||Got You On My Mind||3:50|
|10.||You Got to Be Ready for Love (If You Wanna Be Mine)||3:08|
Produced by R&B legend Jerry Ragavoy — best known for overseeing classic songs by Garnet Mimms, Howard Tate and Erma Franklin —Streetlights brings out the down-home soul in Bonnie Raitt. While not as energetic as her first three albums, Streetlights is focused and streamlined. There is a blue-flame simmer in this music that puts it on par with Ann Peebles, Otis Clay, Al Green and the rest of the Hi Records stable. Raitt is a natural for Howard Tate’s “Ain’t Nobody Home” and Allen Toussaint’s “What Is Success,” the latter a rumination on the nature of the music business: “What is success? Is it doing your own thing or to join the rest?” The natural poise and conviction in Raitt’s voice is a perfect fit for the slow-burning gospel of “I Got Plenty.” Even more impressive are her soulful interpretations of songs outside the R&B arena. She gives an effortless, earthy feeling to Joni Mitchell’s “That Song About the Midway” and turns John Prine’s “Angel from Montgomery” into an elegantly lonesome prayer.