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Bonnie Raitt Paid Her Dues To Sing The Blues

Michael King "Mike"
The list author says: "Selected Bonnie Raitt discography:

"Bonnie Raitt" (1971)
"Give It Up" (1972)
"Takin' My Time" (1973)
"Streetlights" (1974)
"Home Plate" (1975)
"Sweet Forgiveness" (1977)
"The Glow" (1979)
"Green Light" (1982)
"Nine Lives" (1986)
"Nick Of Time" (1989)
"The Bonnie Raitt Collection" (1990)
"Luck Of The Draw" (1991)
"Longing In Their Hearts" (1994)
"Road Tested" (1995)
"Fundamental" (1998)
"Silver Lining" (2002)
"The Best Of Bonnie Raitt" (2003)
"Souls Alike" (2005)
"Bonnie Raitt And Friends" (2006)
"Slipstream" (2012)

Bonnie Raitt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000."
Bonnie Raitt
Bonnie Raitt
"(1971)  Bonnie Raitt's debut album was released on Warner Brothers Records.  It features the songs "Bluebird" (written by Stephen Stills), "Danger Heartbreak Dead Ahead," "Since I Fell For You," and "Walking Blues" (written by Robert Johnson)."
Lost Broadcast
Lost Broadcast
"(1972)  On February 22, 1972, Bonnie Raitt performed a concert, which was broadcast by radio station WMMR in Philadelphia.  It includes her performances of "Bluebird," "Stayed Too Long At The Fair," "Under The Falling Sky," "Since I Fell For You," and "Can't Find My Way Home."
Give It Up
Give It Up
"(1972)  This album includes the songs "Give It Up Or Let Me Go," "Under The Falling Sky" (written by Jackson Browne), "Love Me Like A Man," and "Love Has No Pride" (written by Eric Kaz and Libby Titus)."
Takin' My Time
Takin' My Time
"(1973)  This album features the songs "Cry Like A Rainstorm," "I Thought I Was A Child" (written by Jackson Browne), and "Guilty" (written by Randy Newman)."
Streetlights
Streetlights
"(1974)  This album features the songs "Angel From Montgomery," "That Song About The Midway" (written by Joni Mitchell), and "Rainy Day Man" (written by James Taylor and Zachary Weisner)."
Home Plate
Home Plate
"(1975)  This album includes the songs "What Do You Want The Boy To Do," "I'm Blowin' Away," and "Walk Out The Front Door."  The album peaked at #43 in Billboard's album chart."
Sweet Forgiveness
Sweet Forgiveness
"(1977)  This album includes the songs "My Opening Farewell" (written by Jackson Browne), "Runaway" (written by Max Crook and Del Shannon), and "Home" (written by Karla Bonoff).  The album peaked at #25 in Billboard's album chart."
Bonnie Raitt - Live at Montreux 1977
Bonnie Raitt - Live at Montreux 1977
"(1977)  This concert includes Bonnie's performances of "Under The Falling Sky," "Love Me Like A Man," "Give It Up, Or Let Me Go," "I Thought I Was A Child," "Home," "Sugar Mama," and "Runaway."
The Glow
The Glow
"(1979)  This album includes the songs "I Thank You" (written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter), "You're Gonna Get What's Coming" (written by Robert Palmer), and "Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate" (written by Jackson Browne).  The album peaked at #30 in Billboard's album chart."
No Nukes
No Nukes
"(1979)  The "No Nukes" concerts were held from September 19 to 23, 1979, at Madison Square Garden. This 2-CD, 27-song set includes Bonnie Raitt's performances of "Runaway," and "Angel From Montgomery."
Urban Cowboy Soundtrack
Urban Cowboy Soundtrack
"(1980)  This soundtrack album includes two Bonnie Raitt songs: "Don't It Make Ya Wanna Dance," and "Darlin'."  The album peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart."
Green Light
Green Light
"(1982)  This album features the songs "River Of Tears," "Me And The Boys," "Baby Come Back," and "Green Lights."  The album peaked at #38 in Billboard's album chart."
Nine Lives
Nine Lives
"(1986)  Bonnie Raitt's ninth album includes the songs "No Way To Treat A Lady," "True Love Is Hard To Find," and "Angel" (written by Eric Kaz).  This was Bonnie's last album for Warner Brothers Records."
Nick Of Time
Nick Of Time
"(1989)  Bonnie's first album for Capitol Records won the Grammy Award for Album Of The Year.  It features the songs "Nick Of Time," "Thing Called Love," "Have A Heart," and "The Road's My Middle Name."  The album peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart."
The Bonnie Raitt Collection
The Bonnie Raitt Collection
"(1990)  This 20-song collection from her years on Warner Brothers Records includes "Love Has No Pride," "Love Me Like A Man," "Runaway," "Sugar Mama," "Angel From Montgomery" (live version), and "No Way To Treat A Lady."
Luck Of The Draw
Luck Of The Draw
"(1991)  For this album, Bonnie Raitt won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Female Vocal.  It features the songs "Something To Talk About" (#5 in 1991), "I Can't Make You Love Me" (#18 in 1992), "Not The Only One" (#34 in 1992), and "Luck Of The Draw."  The album peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart."
A Very Special Christmas 2
A Very Special Christmas 2
"(1992)  This 19-track Christmas collection includes the song "Merry Christmas Baby" by Bonnie Raitt and Charles Brown."
Duets
Duets
"(1993)  This album includes the song "Love Letters" by Bonnie Raitt and Elton John.  The album peaked at #25 in Billboard's album chart."
Longing In Their Hearts
Longing In Their Hearts
"(1994)  This album won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Album of the Year.  It features the songs "Love Sneakin' Up On You" (#19 in 1994), "Cool, Clear Water" (written by Bonnie Raitt), and "Dimming Of The Day" (written by Richard Thompson).  The album peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart."
Beat the Retreat: Songs By Richard Thompson
Beat the Retreat: Songs By Richard Thompson
"(1994)  This album includes the Richard Thompson song "When The Spell Is Broken" by Bonnie Raitt."
Road Tested
Road Tested
"(1995)  This 2-CD, 22-song live set features Bonnie Raitt's performances of "Something To Talk About," "Have A Heart," "Burning Down The House," and "My Opening Farewell" (with Jackson Browne).  The album peaked at #44 in Billboard's album chart."
Bonnie Raitt - Road Tested
Bonnie Raitt - Road Tested
"(1995)  This concert also includes Bonnie's performances of "Thing Called Love" (with Bruce Hornsby), "Never Make Your Move Too Soon" (with Ruth Brown, Charles Brown, and Kim Wilson), "Rock Steady" (with Bryan Adams), and "Angel From Montgomery" (with Bryan Adams, Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby, and Kim Wilson)."
Boys on the Side
Boys on the Side
"(1995)   This soundtrack album features Bonnie Raitt's version of "You Got It" (#33 in 1995).  The album peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart."
Randy Newman's Faust (1993 Concept Cast)
Randy Newman's Faust (1993 Concept Cast)
"(1995)  This cast recording includes two songs by Bonnie Raitt: "Life Has Been Good To Me," and "Feels Like Home."
A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan
A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan
"(1995)  In this tribute concert for Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bonnie Raitt performs the song "Pride And Joy."
Music From The Motion Picture Michael
Music From The Motion Picture Michael
"(1996)  This soundtrack album includes the song "Feels Like Home" by Bonnie Raitt."
Fundamental
Fundamental
"(1998)  This album includes the songs "Cure For Love," "Fearless Love," "I Need Love," and "Blue For No Reason."  The album peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart."
Where Have All The Flowers Gone: The Songs Of Pete Seeger
Where Have All The Flowers Gone: The Songs Of Pete Seeger
"(1998)  The 2-CD, 39-song tribute album includes the song "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine," by Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne."
Rock and Roll Doctor: A Tribute to Lowell George
Rock and Roll Doctor: A Tribute to Lowell George
"(1998)  This tribute album includes the song "Cold, Cold, Cold" by Bonnie Raitt and Little Feat."
Steal This Movie (Music from the Motion Picture)
Steal This Movie (Music from the Motion Picture)
"(2000)  Bonnie Raitt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.  This 2000 soundtrack includes the Dylan song "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue," by Bonnie Raitt."
Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues
Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues
"(2001)  This album won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album.  It features the song "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" by Bonnie Raitt and Tony Bennett."
Silver Lining
Silver Lining
"(2002)  This album features the songs "No Gettin' Over You" (written by Bonnie Raitt), "Time Of Our Lives," "Gnawin' On It," and "Silver Lining."  The album peaked at #13 in Billboard's album chart."
The Best Of Bonnie Raitt On Capitol 1989-2003
The Best Of Bonnie Raitt On Capitol 1989-2003
"(2003) This 18-song collection from her years on Capitol Records features the songs "Thing Called Love," "Something To Talk About" (#5 in 1991), "Not The Only One" (#34 in 1992), and "Love Me Like A Man."  The album peaked at #47 in Billboard's album chart."
Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: The Soul Of A Man
Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: The Soul Of A Man
"(2003)  This blues album includes the song "Devil Got My Woman" by Bonnie Raitt."
Genius Loves Company
Genius Loves Company
"(2004)  This album includes the song "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?" by Bonnie Raitt and Ray Charles."
Enjoy Every Sandwich - The Songs of Warren Zevon
Enjoy Every Sandwich - The Songs of Warren Zevon
"(2004)  This tribute album includes the song "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" by Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne."
Souls Alike
Souls Alike
"(2005)  Bonnie's first self-produced album includes the songs "I Will Not Be Broken," "Two Lights In The Nighttime," and "Unnecessary Mercenary."  The album peaked at #19 in Billboard's album chart."
Bonnie Raitt and Friends (with Bonus DVD)
Bonnie Raitt and Friends (with Bonus DVD)
"(2006)  This concert includes Bonnie Raitt's performances of "Papa Come Quick" (with Alison Krauss), "Two Lights In The Nighttime" (with Ben Harper), and "I Don't Want Anything To Change" (with Norah Jones)."
Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino
Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino
"(2007)  This 2-CD, 30-song tribute album includes "I'm In Love Again/All By Myself" by Bonnie Raitt."
Slipstream [+Digital Booklet]
Slipstream [+Digital Booklet]
"(2012)  This album features Bonnie's versions of "Right Down The Line," "Standing In The Doorway," and "God Only Knows."  The album peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart."