Before Nick of Time became perhaps the biggest Cinderella story in Grammy history - as well as the cement to Bonnie Raitt’s now-unshakeable legacy as a singular song interpreter and advocate for the blues tradition, and the soundtrack to so many ‘90s babies’ childhoods - it was a last-ditch effort to salvage the career of . It was Raitt’s 10th studio album, but her first to crack the Billboard 200’s top 25. Over nearly 20 years, she’d gone from prodigy college dropout to undeniable live performer, whose recorded catalog was filled with uncompromising roots music and major label attempts to channel her obvious gifts into pop success. And at the very moment when that seemed the least likely, the impossible happened: the right artist made the right album at the right time.
Redirected from Have A Heart (Bonnie Raitt song)). Nick of Time is the 10th album by the American singer Bonnie Raitt, released on March 21, 1989. Nick of Time topped the Billboard 200 chart, selling five million copies, and won three Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, which was presented to Raitt & producer Don Was. In 2003, the album was ranked number 230 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Bonnie Raitt is the self-titled debut album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1971. A straight-blues affair, it was recorded at an empty summer camp on Enchanted Island, about 30 miles west of Minneapolis on Lake Minnetonka. We recorded live on four tracks because we wanted a more spontaneous and natural feeling in the music", Raitt wrote in the album's liner notes, "a feeling often sacrificed when the musicians know they can overdub their part on a separate track until it's perfect.
Produced by Don Was. Album Nick Of Time. A friend of mine, she cries at night And she calls me on the phone Sees babies everywhere she goes And she wants one of her own. She's waited long enough she says And still he can't decide Pretty soon she'll have to choose And it tears her up inside. She is scared Scared to run out of time. I see my folks are getting on And I watch their bodies change I know they see the same in me And it makes us both feel strange
Complete your Bonnie Raitt collection. After more than 20 years of recordings and performances, reached Raitt success with her tenth album. Nick of Time" came in the top in the United States and won three Grammy Awards. At the same time she got a fourth Grammy for her duet "In the Mood" with John Lee Hooker on his album "The Healer".
Bonnie Raitt wrote this reflection on love and aging after enduring a personal and professional slump. The decade had been a tumultuous one: She was dropped from her record label, shattered by a failed romance, and addicted to drugs and alcohol. Fast approaching 40, she decided it was time to turn her life around and got clean and sober – just in the nick of time. Not only did the album revive her career, but it was also her first hit on the Albums chart and earned three Grammy awards, including Best Female Rock Vocal Performance and Album of the Year.
Artist: Bonnie Raitt. A lot of political music to me can be rather pedantic and corny, and when it's done right - like Bruce Springsteen or Jackson Browne or great satire from Randy Newman, there's nothing better. Now playing: Eagles Hotel California (Live).
Nick of Time is the 10th album by the American singer Bonnie Raitt, released on March 21, 1989. The album was also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Di. .Studio album by. Bonnie Raitt.
|1||Nick Of Time
Backing Vocals – Arnold McCuller, Sir Harry Bowens*Bass – Hutch HutchinsonCongas – Paulinho Da CostaDrums, Percussion – Ricky FataarGuitar – Michael LandauWritten-By, Piano – Bonnie Raitt
|2||Thing Called Love
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Johnny Lee SchellBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarPercussion, Timbales – Tony BraunagelSlide Guitar – Bonnie RaittWritten-By – John Haitt*
Backing Vocals – Sir Harry Bowens*, Sweet Pea AtkinsonBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarGuitar – Arthur Adams, Johnny Lee Schell, Michael LandauHorns – Bill Bergman, Dennis Farias, Greg Smith , John Berry, Jr.*, The Heart Attack HornsKeyboards – Scott ThurstonTenor Saxophone – Marty GrebbWritten-By – Bonnie HayesWritten-By, Slide Guitar – Bonnie Raitt
|4||Cry On My Shoulder
Acoustic Bass – Chuck DomanicoBacking Vocals – David Crosby, Graham NashDrums – Tony BraunagelKeyboards – Michael Ruff Percussion – Paulinho Da CostaSlide Guitar [National] – Bonnie RaittWritten-By – Michael Ruff
Backing Vocals – Larry John McNallyBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarGuitar, Backing Vocals – Bonnie RaittHarp – Kim WilsonPercussion – Tony BraunagelPiano – Jerry Williams*Written-By – Jerry L. Williams*
Acoustic Bass – Chuck DomanicoGuitar – Bonnie RaittWritten-By – Larry John McNally
|7||Have A Heart
Backing Vocals – Arnold McCuller, David LasleyBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarKeyboards – Scott ThurstonPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaWritten-By – Bonnie Hayes
|8||Too Soon To Tell
Backing Vocals – Arnold McCuller, Sir Harry Bowens*, Sweet Pea AtkinsonBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarGuitar – John JorgensonKeyboards – Don WasSteel Guitar [Pedal] – J.D. Maness*Written-By – M. Reid*, R.M. Bourke*
|9||I Will Not Be Denied
Backing Vocals – Sir Harry Bowens*, Sweet Pea AtkinsonBass – Hutch HutchinsonDrums – Ricky FataarGuitar – Johnny Lee SchellHorns – Bill Bergman, Dennis Farias, Greg Smith , John Berry, Jr.*, The Heart Attack HornsPiano – Bonnie RaittTenor Saxophone – Marty GrebbWritten-By – Jerry L. Williams*
|10||I Ain't Gonna Let You Break My Heart Again
Piano – Herbie HancockWritten-By – D. Lasley*, J. Lasley*
|11||The Road's My Middle Name
Backing Vocals – Arnold McCuller, Sir Harry Bowens*, Sweet Pea AtkinsonBass – Preston HubbardDrums – Fran ChristinaHarp – Kim WilsonWritten-By, Guitar – Bonnie Raitt
|CDP 7 91268 2||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 91268 2||US||1989|
|EST 2095||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||EST 2095||UK||1989|
|064-7 91268 1||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||064-7 91268 1||Europe||1989|
|076 7912681||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||076 7912681||Spain||1990|
|CDEST 2095, CDP 79 1268 2||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (CD, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||CDEST 2095, CDP 79 1268 2||Netherlands||1989|
|A||Nick Of Time
Bass – Hutch HutchinsonCongas – Paulino Da Costa*Drums, Percussion – Ricky FataarGuitar – Michael LandauPiano – Bonnie Raitt
|B1||The Road's My Middle Name
Backing Vocals – Sweet Pea AtkinsonBass – Preston HubbardDrums – Fran ChristinaGuitar – Bonnie RaittHarp – Kim Wilson
|B2||I Ain't Gonna Let You Break My Heart Again
Piano – Herbie Hancock
|CL 530||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CL 530||UK||1989|
|CDP 560-20 3345 2||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (CD, Maxi)||Capitol Records, EMI, EMI Electrola||CDP 560-20 3345 2||Germany||1989|
|7PRO-79726||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (7", Promo)||Capitol Records||7PRO-79726||US||1989|
|4JM-44364||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (Cass, Single)||Capitol Records||4JM-44364||US||1989|
|06 2033457||Bonnie Raitt||Nick Of Time (7", Single)||Capitol Records||06 2033457||Italy||1989|