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Liner Notes - The Bonnie Raitt Collection

The Bonnie Raitt Collection 
Released: 1990 Remastered 
Re-release: 2005  
Catalog info: Warner Bros. 26242-2 
Various producers and engineers
 
1. Finest Lovin' Man (Edit) (3:57)
2. Give It Up Or Let Me Go (4:28)
3. Women Be Wise (previously unreleased duet with Sippie Wallace) (3:22)
4. Under The Falling Sky (3:38)
5. Love Me Like A Man (3:10)
6. Love Has No Pride (3:43)
7. I Feel The Same (4:39)
8. Guilty (2:58)
9. Angel From Montgomery (edited live duet with John Prine) (3:59)
10. What Is Success (3:26)
11. My First Night Alone Without You (3:01)
12. Sugar Mama (3:44)
13. Louise (2:43)
14. About To Make Me Leave Home (4:11)
15. Runaway (3:53)
16. The Glow (4:08)
17. (Goin') Wild For You Baby (5:26)
18. Willya Wontcha (3:21)
19. True Love Is Hard To Find (edit) (3:37)
20. No Way To Treat A Lady (3:52)
 
Finest Lovin' Man (edit)
(Bonnie Raitt)
Kokomo Music (ASCAP)

Produced by Willie Murphy
Engineers: Dave and Sylvia Ray
Remix Engineer: Kendall Pacios
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic and Slide Guitar
Junior Wells: Harp
Russell Hagan: Electric Guitar
Willie Murphy: Piano
Freebo: Fretless Bass
Steven Bradley: Drums
A.C. Reed: Tenor Saxophone solo
Maurice Jacox: Baritone Saxaphone
℗ 1971 From the Warner Bros. Album BONNIE RAITT
 
 
Give It Up Or Let Me Go
(Bonnie Raitt)
Kokomo Music (ASCAP)
 
Produced by Michael Cuscuna
Recording Engineer: Kendall "Do The Dog" Pacios
Remix Engineers: Kendall Pacios and Nick Jameson
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal and Bottleneck National Steel Guitar
Jack Viertel: National Steel Rhythm Guitar
Dave Holland: Acoustic Bass
Lou Terriciano: Piano
Chris Parker: Drums
John Payne: Soprano Saxophone
Peter Eckland: Coronet
Amos Garrett: Trombone
Freebo: Tuba
℗ 1972 From the Warner Bros. Album GIVE IT UP
 
 
Women Be Wise (Live duet version with Sippie Wallace previously unreleased)
(Sippie Wallace/Additional lyrics by John Beach)
Sippie Wallace Productions, Inc. (BMI)
 
A KSAN live broadcast from the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, May 26, 1976. Courtesy of the Bay Area Music Archives.
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal and Guitar
Sippie Wallace: Vocal
Will McFarlane: Guitar
Freebo: Bass
Jef Labes: Piano
Dennis Whitted: Drums
℗ 1990 Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
 
 
Under The Falling Sky
(Jackson Browne)
Swallow Turn Music (ASCAP)

Produced by Michael Cuscuna
Recording Engineer: Kendall "Do The Dog" Pacios
Remix Engineers: Kendall Pacios and Nick Jameson
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
T.J. Tindall: Electric Guitar
Mark Jordan: Electric Piano
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Wells Kelly: Drums, Cowbell
Paul Butterfield: Harp
Background Vocals: Bonnie and Tim Moore
℗ 1972 From the Warner Bros. Album GIVE IT UP
 
 
Love Me Like A Man
(Chris Smither, Lyrics adapted by Bonnie Raitt)
EMI U Catalog, Inc. (ASCAP)/Homonuculus Music (ASCAP)

Produced by Michael Cuscuna
Recording Engineer: Kendall "Do The Dog" Pacios
Remix Engineers: Kendall Pacios and Nick Jameson
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal and Acoustic Guitar
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Dennis Whitted: Drums
℗ 1972 From the Warner Bros. Album GIVE IT UP
 
 
Love Has No Pride (Eric Kaz/Libby Titus)
Glasco Music Co. (ASCAP)/Libet Music (ASCAP)

Produced by Michael Cuscuna
Recording Engineer: Kendall "Do The Dog" Pacios
Remix Engineers: Kendall Pacios and Nick Jameson
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar and Piano
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
℗ 1972 From the Warner Bros. Album GIVE IT UP
 
 
I Feel The Same
(Chris Smither)
EMI U Catalog, Inc. (ASCAP)/Homonuculus Music (ASCAP)

Produced by John Hall
Engineered by John Haeny
Mixdown Engineer: Rick Heenan
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
Lowell George: Electric Slide Guitar
Bill Payne: Electric and Acoustic Piano
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Earl Palmer: Drums
Milt Holland: Tablas
℗ 1973 From the Warner Bros. Album TAKIN' MY TIME
 
 
Guilty (Randy Newman)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)

Produced by John Hall
Engineered by John Haeny
Mixdown Engineer: Rick Heenan
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Lowell George: Electric Slide Guitar
Paul Barrere: Electric Rhythm Guitar
Earl Palmer: Drums
Bill Payne: Piano
Horns Arranged and Conducted by Kirby Johnson
Horns: Anthony Terran, Glenn Ferris, Joel Peskin, Martin Krystall
℗ 1973 From the Warner Bros. Album TAKIN' MY TIME
 
 
Angel From Montgomery (Edited live duet with John Prine)
(John Prine)
Walden Music (ASCAP)/Sour Grapes Music (ASCAP)
 
Recorded live at the Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, January 23, 1985
Produced by John Prine, Dan Einstein and Jim Rooney
Executive Producer: Al Bunetta
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
John Prine: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
David Bromberg: Electric Guitar
Johnny Lee Schell: Electric Bass, Harmony Vocal
℗ 1990 From the Warner Bros. Album THE RED PAJAMA ALBUM: TRIBUTE TO STEVE GOODMAN

 
What Is Success
(Allen Toussaint)
Marsaint Music, Inc. (BMI)
 
Arranged by Jerry Ragovoy
Produced by Jerry Ragovoy
Recording Engineers: Harry Maslin, Bruce Tergesen, Blaise Castellano
Remix Engineer: Harry Maslin
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
LeRoy Pendarvis: Keyboards
Bob Kreinar (Babbitt): Electric Bass
Stephen Gadd: Drums
Jerry Friedman: Guitars
David Spinozza: Guitars
Arthur Jenkins: Percussion
Ralph McDonald: Percussion
Background Vocals: Carl Hall, Sharon Redd, Tasha Thomas
Strings and Horns Arranged by David Matthews
℗ 1974 From the Warner Bros. Album STREETLIGHTS
 
 
My First Night Alone Without You
(Kin Vassey)
Lorimar Music A Corp. (ASCAP)/Warner OliveMusic (ASCAP)

Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Engineered by Fritz Rishmond
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Dennis Whitted: Drums
Will McFarlane: Electric Guitar
Jai Winding: Piano
Strong and Horn Arrangement by Nick De Caro
Concertmaster: Harry Bluestone
John Hall Appears courtesy of Elektra/Asylum Records
℗ 1975 From the Warner Bros. Album HOME PLATE

 
Sugar Mama
(Glen Clark)
Glen Clark Music (ASCAP)
 
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Engineered by Fritz Rishmond
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Electric Slide Guitar
Freebo: Fender Fretless Bass
Gary Mallaber: Drums
Will McFarlane: Electric Guitar
John Hall: Electric Lead Guitar
Fred Tackett: Fender Rhodes
Jai Winding: Clavinet
Joe and Jeff Porcaro: Percussion
Jim Gordon: Baritone saxophone
Dick Hyde: Trombone and Bas Trumpet
George Bohanon: Trombone and Baritone Horn
Background Vocals: Venetta Fields, Robbie Montgomery, Maxayn Lewis
Horns Arranged by Fred Tackett and Jerry Jumonville
John Hall Appears courtesy of Elektra/Asylum Records
℗ 1975 From the Warner Bros. Album HOME PLATE
 
 
Louise
(Paul Siebel)
Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP)
 
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Engineers: John Haeny and Roger Mayer
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
Freebo: Fretless Bass, Guitar
Fred Tackett: Acoustic Guitar
David Grisman: Mandocello
David Grisman appears courtesy of Rounder Records
℗ 1977 From the Warner Bros. Album SWEET FORGIVENESS
 
 
About To Make Me Leave Home
(Earl Randle)
Irving Music, Inc. -- BMI

Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Engineers: John Haeny and Roger Mayer
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Slide Guitar
Will McFarlane: Electric Guitar
Jef Labes: Keyboards
Dennis Whitted: Drums
Freebo: Fretless Bass
Fred Tackett: Acoustic Guitar
Additional Vocals: Lester Chambers, Maxayn Lewis, Carlena Williams
℗ 1977 From the Warner Bros. Album SWEET FORGIVENESS
 
 
Runaway
(Del Shannon/Max Crook)
Bug Music (BMI)/Mole Hole Music (BMI)
 
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Engineers: John Haeny and Roger Mayer
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
Will McFarlane: Electric Guitar
Jef Labes: Keyboards
Dennis Whitted: Drums
Freebo: Fretless Bass
Fred Tackett: Acoustic Guitar
Norton Buffalo: Harp
Additional Vocals: Michael McDonald, Rosemary Butler
℗ 1977 From the Warner Bros. Album SWEET FORGIVENESS
 
 
The Glow
(Veyler Hildebrand)
Veyler's Music (BMI)
 
Produced by Peter Asher
Recorded and Mixed by Val Garay
Assisted by George Ybarra and Niko Bolas
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
Bob Magnusson: Bass
John Guerin: Drums
Don Grolnick: Piano
℗ 1979 From the Warner Bros. Album THE GLOW
 
 
(Goin') Wild For You Baby
(David Batteau/Tom Snow)
MPCA Plaything Music (ASCAP)/EMI Blackwood Music (BMI)/Snow Music (BMI)
 
Produced by Peter Asher
Recorded and Mixed by Val Garay
Assisted by George Ybarra and Niko Bolas
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
Waddy Wachtel: Electric Guitar
Bob Glaud: Bass
Rick Marotta: Drums
Bill Payne: Electric Piano and Oberheim Synthesizer
℗ 1979 From the Warner Bros. Album THE GLOW
 
 
Willya Wontcha
(Johnny Lee Schell)
Hot Sheet Music (BMI)
 
Produced by Rob Fraboni
Engineered by Tim Kramer
Additional Engineering by Terry Becker
Assisted by Thom Yuill
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Guitar, Slide Guitar
Johnny Lee Schell: Guitars, Harmony Vocal
Ricky Fataar: Drums, Percussion
Ian "Mac" McLagan: Keyboards
Ray Ohara: Bass
℗ 1982 From the Warner Bros. Album GREEN LIGHT
 
 
True Love Is Hard To Find (edit)
(Frederick "Toots" Hibbert)
Universal Songs of Polygram International, Inc. (BMI)
 
Produced by Rob Fraboni
Engineered by Terry Becker and Rob Fraboni
Additional Engineering: John Volaitis
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar
Ian Wallace: Drums
Johnny Lee Schell: Guitar
Ian "Mac" McLLagan; Keyboards
Ray Ohara: Bass
Backing Vocals: Blondie Chaplin, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Lee Schell with Special Guest appearance by Sippie Wallace
Percussion: Ian Wallace, Johnny Lee Schell, Rob Fraboni and Ray Ohara
℗ 1986 From the Warner Bros. Album NINE LIVES
 
 
No Way To Treat A Lady
(Bryan Adams/Jim Vallance)
Almo Music Corp (ASCAP)/Irving Music, Inc. (BMI)/Testatyme Music (ASCAP)
 
Produced by Bill Payne and George Massenburg
Mixed and Engineered by Geroge Massenburg
Assistant Engineers: Sharon Rice and Billy Youdelman
Bonnie Raitt: Vocal
John Robinson: Drums
Nathan East: Bass
Dean Parks: Guitar
Michael Landau: Guitar Solo
Bill Payne: Acoustic Piano and Keyboards
Backing Vocals: Rosemary Butler, Max Carl
Max Carl appears courtesy of MCA Records
℗ 1986 From the Warner Bros. Album NINE LIVES