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Bonnie Raitt - Green Light (1982)

Bonnie Raitt - Green Light (1982)

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Bonnie Raitt - Green Light

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"Keep This Heart in Mind" (Fred Marrone,Steve Holsapple)– 3:20

"River of Tears" (Eric Kaz) – 4:54

"Can't Get Enough" (Bonnie Raitt, Walt Richmond) – 2:51

"Willya Wontcha" (Johnny Lee Schell) – 3:22

"Let's Keep It Between Us" (Bob Dylan) – 4:43

"Me and the Boys" (Terry Adams) – 3:38

"I Can't Help Myself" (Raitt, Schell, Ricky Fataar, Ray Ohara) – 3:06

"Baby Come Back" (Eddy Grant) – 2:48

"Talk to Me" (Jerry Lynn Williams) – 3:22

"Green Lights" (Adams, Joey Spampinato) – 3:14

Bonnie Raitt Musicians

Bonnie Raitt – lead vocals, guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals (6, 7, 8)

The Bump Band

Ian "Mac" McLagan – keyboards

Johnny Lee Schell – guitar, backing vocals (1, 6, 7, 8), organ (2), autoharp (8), percussion (9)

Ray Ohara – bass

Ricky Fataar – drums, percussion, backing vocals (1)


Jackson Browne – backing vocals (1)

Melanie Rosales – backing vocals (1)

Richard Manuel – harmony vocals (2)

Vince Gill – backing vocals (7)

Steve Raitt – backing vocals (8)

William D. "Smitty" Smith – organ (5)

Rick Vito – additional guitar (1, 8, 9, 10)

Mac James – additional guitar (8)

Rob Fraboni – percussion (3)

David Woodford – saxophone (1, 3, 9)

Producer – Rob Fraboni

Engineer – Tim Kramer

Additional Engineer – Terry Becker

Assistant Engineer – Thom Yuill

Originally mastered by Mike Reese at The Mastering Lab (Los Angeles, CA).

Remastering Supervisor – Ed Cherney

Remastering – Keith Blake and Gregg Geller

Project Coordinator – Jo Motta

Art Direction – Tim Ritchie

Design – Mac James

Photography – John Livzey

Management – Jeffrey Hersh and Dick Waterman

Green Light is the 8th album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1982.

"What I wanted this time out was a combination of the music I've been listening to recently," Raitt said in 1982, "Billy Burnette, the Blasters, Rockpile, and the rock-a-billy New Wave scene. I knew I had to get away from the slick sound I had with the Peter Asher record...I was a little stung by the lack of response to The Glow. And I was disappointed by not being able to make a record that sounded the way I wanted it to sound. Moving to Shangri-la, I wanted to get back to the roots and to the funkiness I had on earlier records, even though I'm not crazy about how they sound. They sound like I was having a lot more fun than I really was. Green Light is the first album I actually had fun doing."

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