BONNIE RAITT: WITH FRIENDS, FEATURING LOWELL GEORGE – I CAN’T MAKE YOU LOVE ME (CD)

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I CAN’T MAKE YOU LOVE ME (CD)

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Bonnie Raitt’s Georgetown show from April 1973 unveiled a hugely impressive cast for blues fans boasting the appearance of Paul Butterfield’s Better Days and the original Rolling Stone himself; Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup. Accompanying the relative newcomer Raitt, is Lowell George whose own band Little Feat open the show. Another giant here is Freebo, the tall and talented Philly bass player who helps Raitt hold her own amongst such noble surroundings. Along with the success of her recently released second album Give It Up from 1972 shows just how a petite 23-year old redheaded, bottleneck steel guitar player can turn the music world on its head in a matter of months. Her artistic stature would be acutely recognised in the blues fraternity and be justly decorated in accolades with Grammy’s and numerous awards of achievement.

Echoes proudly present a key, early performance in Bonnie Raitt’s prestigious and honoured career. Live from the McDonough Arena, Georgetown University in April 1973. Professionally re-mastered FM broadcast with background liners and rare archival photos.

1 Special Delivery Blues

2 That Song About The Midway

3 Any Day Woman

4 Write Me A Few More Lines / Kokomo Blues

5 Introducing Lowell George, Richard Hayward & Bill Payne

6 You Got To Know How

7 Nothing Seems To Matter

8 Love Me Like A Man

9 Talking /Tuning

10 Under The Falling Sky

11 Love Has No Pride

12 Bonnie Introduces Arthur Big Boy Crudup

13 Mean Old World

14 Look On Yonder’s Wall

15 That’s All Right

16 Short Love

17 Talking / Tuning

18 I Almost Lost My Mind

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