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D & B Together


Download links and information about D & B Together by Delaney & Bonnie. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 58:53 minutes.

Artist: Delaney & Bonnie
Release date: 1972
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 58:53
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No. Title Length
1. Only You Know and I Know (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:26
2. Wade In the River of Jordan (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 2:10
3. Sound of the City (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 2:38
4. Well, Well (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:03
5. I Know How It Feels to Be Lonely (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:46
6. Comin' Home (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:13
7. Move 'Em Out (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 2:50
8. Big Change Comin' (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:22
9. A Good Thing (I'm On Fire) (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 2:13
10. Groupie (Superstar) (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 2:49
11. I Know Something Good About You (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 4:11
12. Country Life (featuring Bonnie, Delaney) 3:38
13. Over and Over (featuring Delaney Bramlett) 2:41
14. I'm Not Your Lover, Just Your Lovee (featuring Delaney Bramlett) 4:27
15. Good Vibrations (featuring Bonnie Bramlett) 3:14
16. Are You a Beatle or a Rolling Stone (featuring Delaney Bramlett) 3:21
17. (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am (featuring Bonnie Bramlett) 3:59
18. California Rain (featuring Delaney Bramlett) 3:52



This was Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett's eighth and final album together. They divorced shortly after its release in 1972 which is unfortunate if only because D & B Together plays like they had truly hit their stride in blending blues, gospel, country, soul, and rock to forge a signature sound. It opens with the driving "Only You And I Know," penned by Dave Mason who appears on the album along with Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Leon Russell, John Hartford, Billy Preston, and Steve Cropper. Their inspired take on the traditional "Wade In The River Of Jordan" blossoms with a boisterous gospel choir singing a rave-up so fevered that it could make diehard atheists dance and testify. Interestingly, the choir was handpicked by Bonnie Bramlett to comprise Tina Turner, Sam and Merry Clayton, Rita Coolidge, Venetta Fields, Patrice Holloway, and Clydie King amongst others. "Comin' Home" is a blues rocking gem that was written with Clapton, though "Groupie (Superstar)" is a more obvious standout. The six tracks following "Country Life" are additional songs recorded by Delaney and Bonnie as solo artists following their breakup.