Raitt, Bonnie

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Bonnie Raitt
Used - LP - WS 1953
Beautiful 2nd Issue In Shrink Wrap. Features Junior Wells. Appears Unplayed. more
Bonnie Raitt
New - LP - WS 1953
Factory Sealed. Label Variation Unknown, But Not A First Pressing. No Bar Code On Jacket. more
Bonnie Raitt
Used - LP - WS 1953
1970's Pressing in shrink. No bar code. Bonnie Raitt's self-titled debut album, released in 1971, is a powerful and soulful introduction to one of the most revered blues singers of our time. From the opening track "Bluebird" to the closing "Woman Be Wise" Raitt's vocal prowess is on full display. The album also showcases her impressive skills on the slide guitar, particularly on the standout track "Thank You." The opening track, Steven Stills' "Bluebird" sets the tone for the album with its upbeat tempo and catchy melody. Raitt's cover of "Walking Blues" pays homage to her blues influences, while her version of "Thank You" adds a unique twist to rock classic. Raitt's original songs on the album, such as "Finest Lovin' Man" are equally impressive and showcase her songwriting talent. The album's organic production, recorded on a four-track in a barn up in the Minnesota country, produces a loose and authentic sound which allows Raitt's voice and guitar playing to shine through. Overall, Bonnie Raitt's self-titled debut is a solid introduction to the artist's talents as a musician and singer. It's a great place to start in her discography. more
Dig In Deep
New - LP - RWR033
Sealed 2016 180gm 2LP 45rpm Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Grammy Winner! more
Give It Up
Used - LP - BS 2643
1973 original Santa Maria press housed in a gatefold cover. "Give It Up" is a benchmark LP that showcases Bonnie's soulful voice and superb guitar skills. Released in 1972, the album features a mix of covers and original songs that showcase Raitt's versatility as an artist. The album's most notable tracks are "Give It Up or Let Me Go," "Love Has No Pride," and "Nothing Seems to Matter." The opening track, "Give It Up or Let Me Go," is a high-energy blues number that sets the tone for the rest of the album. Raitt's soulful rendition of "Under The Falling Sky" is another standout track that showcases her emotive vocal range. The album's production is clean and allows Raitt's voice and guitar to shine. Overall, "Give It Up" is a timeless classic that showcases Raitt's musical prowess and cemented her place in the pantheon of great American blues artists. more
Give It Up
Used - LP - BS 2643
Beautiful 1976 housed in a gatefold cover in shrink. Appears glossy. "Give It Up" is a benchmark LP that showcases Bonnie's soulful voice and superb guitar skills. Released in 1972, the album features a mix of covers and original songs that showcase Raitt's versatility as an artist. The album's most notable tracks are "Give It Up or Let Me Go," "Love Has No Pride," and "Nothing Seems to Matter." The opening track, "Give It Up or Let Me Go," is a high-energy blues number that sets the tone for the rest of the album. Raitt's soulful rendition of "Under The Falling Sky" is another standout track that showcases her emotive vocal range. The album's production is clean and allows Raitt's voice and guitar to shine. Overall, "Give It Up" is a timeless classic that showcases Raitt's musical prowess and cemented her place in the pantheon of great American blues artists. more
Give It Up
Used - LP - BS 2643
Beautiful 1972 White Label Promo, Gatefold Cover. Featuring Dave Holland, Merl Saunders And Paul Butterfield. more
Give It Up
New - LP - BS 2643
Sealed 1972 Gatefold White Label Promo With Promo Bio Sheet Sealed Under Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts. more
Give It Up
New - LP - BS 2643
Sealed 1972 Gatefold, COH. more
Give It Up
New - LP - BS 2643
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. more
Give It Up
Used - LP - BS 2643
Beautiful 2nd Label Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Green Light
Used - LP - BSK 3630
1982 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Green Light
New - LP - BSK 3630
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Green Light
Used - LP - BSK 3630
Clean 1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve In Shrink. Bonnie Raitt's 1982 album "Green Light" is an eclectic mix of blues, rock, and soul, showcasing Raitt's powerful voice and impressive guitar skills. The album features standout tracks like "Keep This Heart in Mind", "I Can't Help Myself", and "Green Light", which are all prime examples of Raitt's ability to infuse heartfelt lyrics with her signature bluesy sound. The album's hit single "Me And The Boys" is a catchy, upbeat track that showcases Raitt's range as a performer. Overall, "Green Light" is a fantastic album that showcases Raitt's impeccable musicianship and her ability to create music that is both deeply personal and universally relatable. It's a must-listen for fans of blues, rock, and country music alike. more
Green Light
Used - LP - BSK 3630
1982 US Original LA Pressing With Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. Vibrant VG++ Jacket. "Since 1975's Homeplate, Bonnie Raitt Has Veered Closer To The Mainstream Than She Has To The Organic, Sexy Funk Of Her Early-'70s Records. This Bothered Many Listeners, Who Chose To Concentrate On The Surface Instead Of The Substance, But Raitt Retained Many Of The Same Special Qualities She Demonstrated On Those Records Into The '80s -- Namely, Her Excellent Taste In Material, Fondness For Blurring Folk, Blues, Country, And Rock, And Her Wonderfully Subtle, Always Engaging, Interpretations. Green Lights May Suffer A Bit From A Production That Clearly Pegs It As A 1982 Release, But Strip Away Its Production And It's Yet Another Satisfying Collection Of Roots-Rockers And Bluesy Ballads From The Always Reliable Raitt. Producer Rob Fraboni's Recording May Be A Little Bit Too Mainstream, Lacking The New Wave Spark Of, Say, Dave Edmunds' Similar-Sounding Recordings Of This Era, But Raitt Nevertheless Rises Above The Limitations Of The Recording And Delivers A Tight, Enjoyable Collection Of Amiable Mainstream Rockers With Just A Hint Of Roots. This Isn't Nearly As Sexy As Even Sweet Forgiveness, And It Doesn't Have Much Grit, But It Has Spirit And Is Fun, And It's A Nice, Smooth Ride For Those That Like The Direction Raitt's Going." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Home Plate
New - LP - BS 2864
Sealed 1975 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Small Cut Out Hole. "Home Plate" is an album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1975. The album features classic Raitt tracks such as "What Do You Want the Boy to Do?" and "Good Enough". The album has a bluesy, soulful feel to it, with Raitt's signature slide guitar playing front and center. more
Home Plate
Used - LP - BS 2864
1975 Burbank Street Scene Label Original Still In Shrink. "Home Plate" is a soulful and lively album that showcases her diverse vocal range and guitar playing skills. The album features a mix of blues, rock, and country music, with Raitt's unique style and passion shining through on every track. The opening song "What Do You Want The Boy To Do?" sets the tone for the rest of the album with its catchy chorus and infectious rhythm. Other standout tracks include the bluesy "I'm Blowin' Away," the upbeat "Good Enough," and the heartfelt ballad "My First Night Alone Without You". "Home Plate" is a must-listen for any fan of Raitt's music or anyone who appreciates genre-bending musicianship. Produced By Paul Rothchild Of Doors fame. more
Home Plate
Used - LP - BS 2864
Beautiful 1975 Promo Label. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1B/1A Stampers. This Copy Comes From Dr. Demento's Personal Archive. more
Just Like That...
Colored Vinyl - New - RWR083
Sealed 2022 Original. Limited Edition Pressing On Teal Vinyl, Housed In A Gatefold Jacket, Sealed In A Looser Perforated Outer Bag. "Five Decades Into Her Career, Bonnie Raitt Shows No Desire To Stray From Her Wheelhouse. The Blend Of Rock, Blues, Soul, Reggae, Folk, And Pop That Fuels Just Like That -- Her 18th Album And First Since 2016's Dig In Deep -- Is Deeply Familiar, Evoking Memories Of Her Classic 1970s Lps While Sounding Of A Piece With Such Relaxed Latter-day Records As Slipstream. Just Like That Does Sound Quite A Bit Like Its Immediate Predecessors, Proceeding At A Relaxed Gait And Bearing A Production That Gleams Yet Still Contains A Hint Of Grit. Those Superficial Similarities Help Highlight The Places Where Raitt Departs From Course, Notably The Quiet Acoustic Numbers "Just Like That" And "Down The Hall," Two Compassionate Story-songs That Owe A Debt To John Prine. Raitt Doesn't Linger On This Debt, Yet It's Clear That Mortality Is On Her Mind: "Livin' For The Ones" Is A Raucous Tribute To All Those Who Didn't Manage To Survive The Covid-19 Pandemic, A Legion That Includes Reggae Legend Toots Hibbert, Whose "Love So Strong" Raitt Covers Here. All These Nods Aren't Subtle -- Neither Is The Knowing Recovery Anthem "Waitin' For You To Blow" -- But They're Delivered With A Casual Grace That Gives Them A Deeper Emotional Resonance. The Same Sentiment Applies To The Ample Number Of Love Songs Here, Particularly Al Anderson's "Something's Got A Hold Of My Heart" Which Has A Mellow Groove That Would Not Have Seemed Out Of Place During The Heyday Of Yacht Rock. It All Adds Up To An Album That Slowly Works Its Way Into The Subconscious, Sounding Deeper And Richer With Each Successive Play." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Longing In Their Hearts
New - LP - 81427
Sealed Rare 1994 German Only Vinyl. On The Follow-up To The Follow-up (And Another Million-selling Number One Hit), Bonnie Raitt Contributes More Than Her Usual Share Of Original Songs, Writing Four Songs Herself And Setting A Lyric Of Her Husband's To Music For A Fifth. Elsewhere, She Draws On Such Strong Writers As Richard Thompson And Paul Brady, All For A Collection Devoted To Devotion. Song After Song Expresses Passion, Usually With Happy Results -- This Is Not The Album Of A Woman With The Blues. Even When She's Dressing Down A Parent In Her Own "Circle Dance," Raitt Offers Forgiveness And Understanding. There, And In Other Songs, The Object Of Her Emotions Rarely Seems To Be Perfect, But She Takes That In And Loves Him, Anyway. Co-producer Don Was Provides A Detailed Production In Which Single Elements -- An Accordion, A Harmony Vocal By Levon Helm Or David Crosby -- Effectively Color Arrangements And Complement Raitt's Always Soulful Singing. AMG - William Ruhlmann more
Lost Broadcast: Philadelphia 1972
New - LP - LETV086LP
Sealed, Out Of Print 2012 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Luck Of The Draw
Used - LP - 596111
Mint, Unplayed 1991 Vinyl Rarity. First Original Copy We Have Seen In Seven Years. more
Luck Of The Draw
Audiophile - LP - LPZ 2031
Factory Sealed, Long Out Of Print, 1997 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. This Is Number 1027. “Nick Of Time Not Only Was An Artistic Comeback For Bonnie Raitt, It Brought Her Her Largest Audience Yet, So There Was No Reason To Mess With Success For Its Sequel, Luck Of The Draw. And Sequel Is The Appropriate Word, Since Luck Of The Draw Is Nothing If It Isn't "Nick Of Time, Part 2." True, There's A Heavier Reliance On Original Material This Time Around, But The Sound And Feel Of The Record Is Identical To Its Predecessor. There Is One Slight Difference — Several Of The Songs Appear Tailor-Made For Crossover Success, Where Nick Of Time Felt Organic. Nevertheless, Luck Of The Draw Is An Unqualified Success, Filled With Strong Songs — Including The Hits "Something To Talk About" And "I Can't Make You Love Me," Plus The Delbert McClinton Duet "Good Man, Good Woman" — Appealing Productions, And Just Enough Dirt To Make Old-School Fans Feel At Home.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Luck Of The Draw
New - LP - 59611
1st Sealed US Pressing We Have Seen Of This 1991 Vinyl Rarity. No Deletion Cuts. more
Luck Of The Draw
New - LP - 596111
Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find 1991 Original. more
Luck Of The Draw
Audiophile - LP - LPZ 2031
Factory Sealed 1997 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. This Is Low Number 0568. “Nick Of Time Not Only Was An Artistic Comeback For Bonnie Raitt, It Brought Her Her Largest Audience Yet, So There Was No Reason To Mess With Success For Its Sequel, Luck Of The Draw. And Sequel Is The Appropriate Word, Since Luck Of The Draw Is Nothing If It Isn't "Nick Of Time, Part 2." True, There's A Heavier Reliance On Original Material This Time Around, But The Sound And Feel Of The Record Is Identical To Its Predecessor. There Is One Slight Difference — Several Of The Songs Appear Tailor-Made For Crossover Success, Where Nick Of Time Felt Organic. Nevertheless, Luck Of The Draw Is An Unqualified Success, Filled With Strong Songs — Including The Hits "Something To Talk About" And "I Can't Make You Love Me," Plus The Delbert McClinton Duet "Good Man, Good Woman" — Appealing Productions, And Just Enough Dirt To Make Old-School Fans Feel At Home.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Luck Of The Draw
Audiophile - LP - LPZ 2031
Long Out Of Print, 1997 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. Small Top Right Corner Crease. LP Appears Unplayed. “Nick Of Time Not Only Was An Artistic Comeback For Bonnie Raitt, It Brought Her Her Largest Audience Yet, So There Was No Reason To Mess With Success For Its Sequel, Luck Of The Draw. And Sequel Is The Appropriate Word, Since Luck Of The Draw Is Nothing If It Isn't "Nick Of Time, Part 2." True, There's A Heavier Reliance On Original Material This Time Around, But The Sound And Feel Of The Record Is Identical To Its Predecessor. There Is One Slight Difference — Several Of The Songs Appear Tailor-Made For Crossover Success, Where Nick Of Time Felt Organic. Nevertheless, Luck Of The Draw Is An Unqualified Success, Filled With Strong Songs — Including The Hits "Something To Talk About" And "I Can't Make You Love Me," Plus The Delbert McClinton Duet "Good Man, Good Woman" — Appealing Productions, And Just Enough Dirt To Make Old-School Fans Feel At Home.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Luck Of The Draw
Audiophile - New - LPZ-2031
Factory Sealed 1997, Limited Edition #0006, 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. “Nick Of Time Not Only Was An Artistic Comeback For Bonnie Raitt, It Brought Her Her Largest Audience Yet, So There Was No Reason To Mess With Success For Its Sequel, Luck Of The Draw. And Sequel Is The Appropriate Word, Since Luck Of The Draw Is Nothing If It Isn't "Nick Of Time, Part 2." True, There's A Heavier Reliance On Original Material This Time Around, But The Sound And Feel Of The Record Is Identical To Its Predecessor. There Is One Slight Difference — Several Of The Songs Appear Tailor-Made For Crossover Success, Where Nick Of Time Felt Organic. Nevertheless, Luck Of The Draw Is An Unqualified Success, Filled With Strong Songs — Including The Hits "Something To Talk About" And "I Can't Make You Love Me," Plus The Delbert McClinton Duet "Good Man, Good Woman" — Appealing Productions, And Just Enough Dirt To Make Old-School Fans Feel At Home.” AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - C1-91268
1989 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Prior To Nick Of Time, Bonnie Raitt Had Been A Reliable Cult Artist, Delivering A String Of Solid Records That Were Moderate Successes And Usually Musically Satisfying. From Her 1971 Debut Through 1982's Green Light, She Had A Solid Streak, But 1986's Nine Lives Snapped It, Falling Far Short Of Her Usual Potential. Therefore, It Shouldn't Have Been A Surprise When Raitt Decided To Craft Its Follow-Up As A Major Comeback, Collaborating With Producer Don Was On Nick Of Time. At The Time, The Pairing Seemed A Little Odd, Since He Was Primarily Known For The Weird Hipster Funk Of Was (Not Was) And The B-52's' Quirky Eponymous Debut, But The Match Turned Out To Be Inspired. Was Used Raitt's Classic Early-'70s Records As A Blueprint, Choosing To Update The Sound With A Smooth, Professional Production And A Batch Of Excellent Contemporary Songs. In This Context, Raitt Flourishes; She Never Rocks Too Hard, But There Is Grit To Her Singing And Playing, Even When The Surfaces Are Clean And Inviting. And While She Only Has Two Original Songs Here, Nick Of Time Plays Like Autobiography, Which Is A Testament To The Power Of The Songs, Performances, And Productions. It Was A Great Comeback Album That Made For A Great Story, But The Record Never Would Have Been A Blockbuster Success If It Wasn't For The Music, Which Is Among The Finest Raitt Ever Made. She Must Have Realized This, Since Nick Of Time Served As The Blueprint For The Majority Of Her '90s Albums.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Nick Of Time
Audiophile - New - LPZ-2025
Beautiful Sealed 1996 LE #0006, 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. The Amazing Grammy Album Of The Year Never Sounded So Good. more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - B0020721-01
Sealed 2014 25th Anniversary 180gm Reissue. Small Crease/Bend To Top Right Corner. Remastered From The Original Master Tapes & Pressed On 180gm Vinyl. "Nick Of Time" Is The Tenth Studio Album By American Singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt, Released In 1989. It Was A Pivotal Moment In Raitt's Career, As It Revitalized Her Commercial Success And Earned Her Numerous Awards, Including Four Grammy Awards And Three American Music Awards. The Album Was Recorded After A Period Of Personal Turmoil For Raitt, During Which She Struggled With Alcoholism And The Loss Of Her Parents. The Lyrics And Themes Of The Album Reflect These Struggles, As Well As Raitt's Newfound Sobriety And Optimism. "Nick Of Time" Was Produced By Don Was And Featured A Mix Of Original Songs And Covers, Including John Hiatt's "Thing Called Love" And The Title Track, Written By Raitt Herself. It Received Critical Acclaim And Commercial Success, Reaching Number One On The Billboard 200 Chart And Selling Over Five Million Copies. The Success Of "Nick Of Time" Marked A Turning Point In Raitt's Career, Propelling Her Back Into The Mainstream And Solidifying Her Status As A Respected Artist. She Continued To Release Successful Albums Throughout The 1990s And 2000s, Cementing Her Place As A Blues And Rock Icon. more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - B0020721-01
Sealed 2014 25th Anniversary 180gm Reissue. Small Crease/Bend To Top Right Corner. Remastered From The Original Master Tapes & Pressed On 180gm Vinyl. "Nick Of Time" Is The Tenth Studio Album By American Singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt, Released In 1989. It Was A Pivotal Moment In Raitt's Career, As It Revitalized Her Commercial Success And Earned Her Numerous Awards, Including Four Grammy Awards And Three American Music Awards. The Album Was Recorded After A Period Of Personal Turmoil For Raitt, During Which She Struggled With Alcoholism And The Loss Of Her Parents. The Lyrics And Themes Of The Album Reflect These Struggles, As Well As Raitt's Newfound Sobriety And Optimism. "Nick Of Time" Was Produced By Don Was And Featured A Mix Of Original Songs And Covers, Including John Hiatt's "Thing Called Love" And The Title Track, Written By Raitt Herself. It Received Critical Acclaim And Commercial Success, Reaching Number One On The Billboard 200 Chart And Selling Over Five Million Copies. The Success Of "Nick Of Time" Marked A Turning Point In Raitt's Career, Propelling Her Back Into The Mainstream And Solidifying Her Status As A Respected Artist. She Continued To Release Successful Albums Throughout The 1990s And 2000s, Cementing Her Place As A Blues And Rock Icon. more
Nick Of Time
Audiophile - New - LPZ-2025
Sealed 1996 LE Foil Numbered 0702, 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. Saw Cut. The Amazing Grammy Album Of The Year Never Sounded So Good. Jacket Has Two Small Seam Splits, Not All The Way Through On Top & Bottom Edge And A Tiny Saw Nick Top Right Corner. more
Nick Of Time
Used - LP - C1-591268
Hard To Find 1989 Columbia House Record Club Edition With Custom Inner Sleeve And Shrink Wrap Intact. Produced By Don Was. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. 1A/1A Stampers. more
Nick Of Time
Audiophile - LP - LPZ 2025
Sealed 1996 Foil Numbered, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Remastered By Steve Hoffman. This Is Number 0921. more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - 91268
Sealed, Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl Featuring David Crosby, Graham Nash, Don Was, Herbie Hancock And Others. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - R 154410
Rare Sealed 1989 Record Club Issue. Features David Crosby, Graham Nash, Don Was, Herbie Hancock And Others. more
Nick Of Time
New - LP - 91268
Sealed 1989 Original With Rare Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Saw Cut. “Prior To Nick Of Time, Bonnie Raitt Had Been A Reliable Cult Artist, Delivering A String Of Solid Records That Were Moderate Successes And Usually Musically Satisfying. From Her 1971 Debut Through 1982's Green Light, She Had A Solid Streak, But 1986's Nine Lives Snapped It, Falling Far Short Of Her Usual Potential. Therefore, It Shouldn't Have Been A Surprise When Raitt Decided To Craft Its Follow-Up As A Major Comeback, Collaborating With Producer Don Was On Nick Of Time. At The Time, The Pairing Seemed A Little Odd, Since He Was Primarily Known For The Weird Hipster Funk Of Was (Not Was) And The B-52's' Quirky Eponymous Debut, But The Match Turned Out To Be Inspired. Was Used Raitt's Classic Early-'70s Records As A Blueprint, Choosing To Update The Sound With A Smooth, Professional Production And A Batch Of Excellent Contemporary Songs. In This Context, Raitt Flourishes; She Never Rocks Too Hard, But There Is Grit To Her Singing And Playing, Even When The Surfaces Are Clean And Inviting. And While She Only Has Two Original Songs Here, Nick Of Time Plays Like Autobiography, Which Is A Testament To The Power Of The Songs, Performances, And Productions. It Was A Great Comeback Album That Made For A Great Story, But The Record Never Would Have Been A Blockbuster Success If It Wasn't For The Music, Which Is Among The Finest Raitt Ever Made. She Must Have Realized This, Since Nick Of Time Served As The Blueprint For The Majority Of Her '90s Albums.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Nick Of Time
Used - LP - EST 2095
Beautiful 1989 UK Original With Custom Grammy Sticker On Front Cover. more
Nick Of Time
Audiophile - LP - LPZ 2025
1996 Numbered, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Remastered By Steve Hoffman. This Is Number 2203. Appears Virtually Unplayed With Two Spindle Marks On The Side One Label Only And Glossy, Unmarked Surfaces Both Sides. more
Nine Lives
New - LP - 25486
Sealed 1986 Record Club Pressing. more
Nine Lives
Used - LP - 25486
Beautiful 1986 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Nine Lives
New - LP - 25486
Sealed 1986 Original. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Nine Lives
Used - LP - 25486
1986 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Looks Unplayed. Columbia House Printed On Rear Cover. more
Nine Lives Interview
Used - LP - WBMS 143
1979 Promo Only Radio Show. Looks Unplayed. more
No Way To Treat A Lady
Used - 12 - PRO A 2536
1986 Promo Label 33 1/3 12 Inch. Picture Sleeve. more
Slipstream
Used - LP - RW 002
2012 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves And Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Slipstream
Used - LP - RW 002
2012 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. more
Slipstream
New - LP - RWR 002
Sealed 2012 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Streetlights
Used - LP - BS 2818
1974 Burbank Street Scene Label Original In Shrink. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. "Streetlights" album is a soulful and introspective offering that showcases the singer's musical versatility. Released in 1974, it features a mix of covers, all delivered with Raitt's trademark bluesy voice and skilled slide guitar playing. The album opens with the upbeat "That Song About the Midway," written by Joni Mitchell. Raitt's rendition of John Prine's "Angel From Montgomery" is her trademark track, showcasing her ability to convey raw emotion through her vocals and guitar playing. Throughout "Streetlights," Raitt's vocals are introspective and often reflect her own personal struggles, as heard on the tracks "What is Success". Overall, "Streetlights" is a must-listen for any Bonnie Raitt fan or lover of blues music. Raitt's voice and guitar playing are truly a force to be reckoned with, and this album is a testament to her talent and legacy in music. more
Streetlights
New - LP - BS 9818
Sealed 1974 Original, COH. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Streetlights
Used - LP - K56075
Rare 1994 UK Test Pressing. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Streetlights
Used - LP - BS 2818
1974 Promo Label. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1A/1B Stampers. This Copy Comes From Dr. Demento's Personal Archive. more
Streetlights
New - LP - BS 2818
Sealed 1975 Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy. more
Streetlights
New - LP - BS 2818
Sealed 1975 Original. Saw Cut. more
Streetlights
New - LP - BS 2818
Sealed 1974 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Small Saw Cut. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Sweet Forgiveness
New - LP - BS 2990
Sealed 1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Features Appearances By David Grisman, Robben Ford, Freebo, Michael McDonald And Others. more
Sweet Forgiveness
New - LP - BS 2990
Sealed 1977 LP. Small Saw Cut. Custom "Runaway" Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Sweet Forgiveness
Used - LP - BS 2990
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original In Shrink. LP Appears Glossy Unplayed. Features Appearances By David Grisman, Robben Ford, Freebo, Michael McDonald And Others. more
Sweet Forgiveness
New - LP - BS 2990
Sealed 1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Saw Cut. Features Appearances By David Grisman, Robben Ford, Freebo, Michael McDonald And Others. more
Sweet Forgiveness
Used - LP - BS 2990
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed. Features Appearances By David Grisman, Robben Ford, Freebo, Michael McDonald And Others. more
Sweet Forgiveness
Used - LP - BS 2990
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original In Shrink. LP Appears Glossy. Features Appearances By David Grisman, Robben Ford, Freebo, Michael McDonald And Others. Bonnie started to hit stride with this album with the radio friendly "Runaway". Her sound starts to mature and find a sweet spot that would lend to here Grammy winning records. Produced by Paul Rothchild and a strong stable of usual suspects behind her like Freebo and Bill Payne. more
Takin My Time
Used - LP - BS 2729
1973 Burbank Street Scene Label Original With Shrink Wrap Intact. Small Corner Bump more
Takin My Time
Used - LP - BS 2729
1973 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Archival Qulaity Copy From Doctor Demento's Personal Collection. Mastered By Doug Sax. This Album Is An Overlooked Gem In The Catalog Of Bonnie Raitt. On Takin' My Time, She Wears Her Influences Proudly In An Eclectic Musical Mix Containing Blues, Jazz, Folk, New Orleans R&B, And Calypso. Although She Did Not Write Her Own Material For This Album, She Demonstrates An Excellent Ear For Songs And Chooses Material From Some Of The Best Songwriters Of The Day. She Is A Great Interpreter, And Her Renditions Of Jackson Browne's "I Thought I Was A Child" And Randy Newman's "Guilty" From This Album Are The Definitive Versions Of These Songs. The Highlights Of This Album Are The Romantic Ballads "I Gave My Love A Candle" And "Cry Like A Rainstorm," Where Raitt Adds An Emotional Depth To The Performance Unusual For Such A Young Woman. Despite Being A Relative Newcomer, Raitt Had Already Earned The Respect Of Her Mentors And Peers, As Evidenced By The Musical Contributions Of Taj Mahal And Little Feat Members Lowell George And Bill Payne. more
Takin My Time
Used - LP - BS 2729
1973 Burbank Street Scene Label Original With Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Takin My Time
New - LP - BS 2729
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. more
Takin' My Time
Used - LP - BS 2729
Clean 1976 pressing with shrink wrap. In her third studio album, "Takin' My Time," Bonnie Raitt showcases her bluesy vocal range and guitar skills. "You've Been in Love Too Long" heads up the album with her raw and soulful delivery. "Write Me A Few Of Your Lines" is a slow burner that highlights Raitt's ability to convey emotion through her music. The lyrics, which speak of taking time to figure out life's challenges, are delivered with a sense of resignation and acceptance. The album's overall sound is rooted in traditional blues and rock, but Raitt adds her own twist with elements of country and folk. "Takin' My Time" is a strong album in Raitt's discography, showcasing her talent as a musician and vocalist. It is a must-listen for fans of blues and rock music. more
Takin' My Time
Used - LP - BS 2729
1975 US Gatefold Reissue With Warner Logo In Rim Text But Housed In The Original Lightly Textured Jacket. Nice VG++ Copy Overall. "This Album Is An Overlooked Gem In The Catalog Of Bonnie Raitt. On Takin' My Time, She Wears Her Influences Proudly In An Eclectic Musical Mix Containing Blues, Jazz, Folk, New Orleans R&b, And Calypso. Although She Did Not Write Her Own Material For This Album, She Demonstrates An Excellent Ear For Songs And Chooses Material From Some Of The Best Songwriters Of The Day. She Is A Great Interpreter, And Her Renditions Of Jackson Browne's "I Thought I Was A Child" And Randy Newman's "Guilty" From This Album Are The Definitive Versions Of These Songs. The Highlights Of This Album Are The Romantic Ballads "I Gave My Love A Candle" And "Cry Like A Rainstorm," Where Raitt Adds An Emotional Depth To The Performance Unusual For Such A Young Woman. (Perhaps That's A Result Of Her Spending Time With Elder Statesmen Of The Blues Community Such As Mississippi Fred Mcdowell And Sippie Wallace.) Although The Faster-paced Songs Like The Calypso "Wah She Go Do" Seem A Little Out Of Place, The Playful Tune Is Welcome Among An Album Filled With The Heartache Of The Slower Tunes. Despite Being A Relative Newcomer, Raitt Had Already Earned The Respect Of Her Mentors And Her Peers, As Evidenced By The Musical Contributions Of Taj Mahal, And Little Feat Members Lowell George And Bill Payne On The Album. This Is The Last Consistent Album She Would Make Until Her Comeback In The Mid-'80s." AMG - Vik Iyengar. more
The Glow
Used - LP - HS 3369
1979 original LA press. Bonnie Raitt's "The Glow" is a beautiful and soulful album that showcases her unique blend of blues, rock, and folk. The album features Raitt's signature slide guitar and powerful vocals, and the songs are filled with emotion, honesty, and a deep sense of humanity. From the opening track "I Thank You" to the closing "Goin' Wild For You Baby" Raitt delivers ten tracks of straight forward blues rock. The album's standout tracks include "The Glow," a slow and sultry blues number that highlights Raitt's impressive guitar skills, and "The Boy Can't Help It" an upbeat rock song. "The Glow" is a must-listen album that showcases Raitt's incredible talent and cements her status as one of the greatest musicians of her generation. more
The Glow
New - LP - HS 3369
Sealed 1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
The Glow
Used - LP - HS 3369
1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. This copy comes from Dr. Demento's Archives (see scan). Bonnie Raitt's "The Glow" is a beautiful and soulful album that showcases her unique blend of blues, rock, and folk. The album features Raitt's signature slide guitar and powerful vocals, and the songs are filled with emotion, honesty, and a deep sense of humanity. From the opening track "I Thank You" to the closing "Goin' Wild For You Baby" Raitt delivers ten tracks of straight forward blues rock. The album's standout tracks include "The Glow," a slow and sultry blues number that highlights Raitt's impressive guitar skills, and "The Boy Can't Help It" an upbeat rock song. "The Glow" is a must-listen album that showcases Raitt's incredible talent and cements her status as one of the greatest musicians of her generation. more
The Glow
Used - LP - HS 3369
1979 Original In Shrink With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy. Bonnie Raitt's "The Glow" is a beautiful and soulful album that showcases her unique blend of blues, rock, and folk. The album features Raitt's signature slide guitar and powerful vocals, and the songs are filled with emotion, honesty, and a deep sense of humanity. From the opening track "I Thank You" to the closing "Goin' Wild For You Baby" Raitt delivers ten tracks of straight forward blues rock. The album's standout tracks include "The Glow," a slow and sultry blues number that highlights Raitt's impressive guitar skills, and "The Boy Can't Help It" an upbeat rock song. "The Glow" is a must-listen album that showcases Raitt's incredible talent and cements her status as one of the greatest musicians of her generation. more
The Nine Lives Interview
Used - LP - WBMS 143
1986 White Label Promo Only Radio Show. more
Who But A Fool (Thief In Paradise)
Used - 12 - PRO A 2613
1986 Promo Label 33 1/3 12 Inch. Picture Sleeve. more

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