Bonnie Raitt: Opus Collection

~ Release by Bonnie Raitt (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1You've Been in Love Too Long
producer:
John Hall (US guitarist/vocalist for Orleans, later US congressman)
recording of:
You've Been in Love Too Long
writer:
Ivy Jo Hunter, Clarence Paul and William Stevenson (Motown songwriter)
publisher:
Jobete Music Co., Inc. and Stone Agate Music Division
cover recording of:
You've Been in Love Too Long
writer:
Ivy Jo Hunter, Clarence Paul and William Stevenson (Motown songwriter)
publisher:
Jobete Music Co., Inc. and Stone Agate Music Division
3.53:43
2Everybody's Cryin' Mercy
cover recording of:
Everybody's Cryin' Mercy
lyricist and composer:
Mose Allison
3:29
3Angel from Montgomery
producer:
Jerry Ragovoy
cover recording of:
Angel From Montgomery
lyricist and composer:
John Prine
publisher:
Cotillion-Sour Grapes (ended), Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI), Sour Grapes Music, Inc., Walden Music, Inc. and WB Music Corp. (1929–2019)
43:58
4Love Me Like a Man
recording engineer:
Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
engineer:
Nick Jameson and Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
acoustic guitar:
Bonnie Raitt (in 1972-06)
drums (drum set):
Dennis Whitted (in 1972-06)
fretless bass [Fender fretless bass]:
Freebo (in 1972-06)
vocals:
Bonnie Raitt (in 1972-06)
remixer:
Nick Jameson and Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
recorded at:
Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York, United States (in 1972-06)
recording of:
Love Me Like a Man (in 1972-06)
additional lyricist:
Bonnie Raitt
lyricist and composer:
Chris Smither
publisher:
Homunculus Music and Poppy Music
version of:
Love You Like a Man
33:13
5Love Has No Pride
recording engineer:
Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
engineer:
Nick Jameson and Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
acoustic guitar and piano:
Bonnie Raitt (in 1972-06)
fretless bass [Fender fretless bass]:
Freebo (in 1972-06)
vocals:
Bonnie Raitt (in 1972-06)
remixer:
Nick Jameson and Kendall “Do the Dog” Pacios
recorded at:
Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York, United States (in 1972-06)
recording of:
Love Has No Pride (in 1972-06)
writer:
Eric Kaz and Libby Titus
publisher:
Glasco Music Company
43:49
6Fool Yourself
engineer:
Fritz Richmond
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
background vocals:
Jackson Browne (American singer-songwriter) (from 1975-06 until 1975-09), Rosemary Butler (from 1975-06 until 1975-09) and Terry Reid (from 1975-06 until 1975-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (in 1975)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1975-06 until 1975-09)
cover recording of:
Fool Yourself (from 1975-06 until 1975-09)
lyricist and composer:
Fred Tackett
publisher:
Hoceanna Music
33:06
7I Will Not Be Broken
recording of:
I Will Not Be Broken
writer:
Gordon Kennedy (US country/bluegrass songwriter/musician), Wayne Kirkpatrick (American songwriter, musician and producer) and Tommy Sims (r&b, ccm)
publisher:
Bo Cut Songs, Sell the Cow Music, Tommy Sims Songs, Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Universal Music–MGB Songs and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
3:42
8One Belief Away
recording of:
One Belief Away
lyricist:
Paul Brady, Dillon O'Brian and Bonnie Raitt
composer:
Paul Brady, Dillon O'Brian, Oliver Mutukudzi (Zimbabwean musician) and Bonnie Raitt
publisher:
Hornall Brothers Music (limited company), Tuku Music, Open Secret Music (in 1997), Paradise Avenue Songs (in 1997), Rondor Music (London) Ltd. (in 1997) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1997)
4:38
9Spit of Love
recording of:
Spit of Love
lyricist and composer:
Bonnie Raitt
publisher:
Open Secret Music (in 1997)
4:43
10Something to Talk About
recording engineer and mixer:
Ed Cherney
assistant engineer:
Bryant Arnett, Ray Blair, Dan Bosworth (Engineer) and Christina Paakkari
producer:
Bonnie Raitt and Don Was
acoustic guitar:
Stephen Bruton (in 1991) and Bonnie Raitt (in 1991)
bass guitar:
James "Hutch" Hutchinson (in 1991)
drums (drum set):
Curt Bisquera (in 1991) and Ricky Fataar (in 1991)
electric guitar and slide guitar:
Bonnie Raitt (in 1991)
keyboard:
Scott Thurston (in 1991)
percussion:
Debra Dobkin (in 1991)
background vocals:
Sweet Pea Atkinson (in 1991), Bonnie (in 1991), David Lasley (in 1991) and Sir Harry Bowens (in 1991)
vocals:
Bonnie (in 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (in 1991, in 2005)
mixed at:
Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1991)
recording of:
Something to Talk About (in 1991)
lyricist and composer:
Shirley Eikhard
publisher:
Canvee Music (in 1985) and Lynn Jacobs Publishing & Associates (in 1985)
13:48
11Nick of Time
recording of:
Nick of Time
lyricist and composer:
Bonnie Raitt
publisher:
Kokomo Music (in 1989)
4:05
12Hear Me Lord
cover recording of:
Hear Me Lord
lyricist and composer:
Oliver Mtukudzi (Zimbabwean musician)
publisher:
Tuku Music (in 2001)
5:10
13I Will Not Be Denied
recording of:
I Will Not Be Denied
lyricist and composer:
Jerry L. Williams
publisher:
Careers Music, Inc. and Urge Music
4:55
14Thing Called Love
recording of:
Thing Called Love
lyricist and composer:
John Hiatt (guitarist, pianist and singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Careers‐BMG Music Publishing, Inc. and Lillybilly Publishing (in 1987)
3:53
15Love Sneakin' Up on You
recording engineer and mixer:
Ed Cherney
producer:
Bonnie Raitt and Don Was
bass guitar:
James "Hutch" Hutchinson (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
drums (drum set):
Ricky Fataar (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
electric guitar:
George Marinelli (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
keyboard:
Scott Thurston (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (Brazilian percussionist) (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
slide guitar and lead vocals:
Bonnie (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
background vocals:
Sweet Pea Atkinson (from 1993-08 until 1993-10), David Lasley (from 1993-08 until 1993-10), Arnold McCuller (from 1993-08 until 1993-10), Bonnie Raitt (from 1993-08 until 1993-10) and Sir Harry Bowens (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (in 1994)
recorded at:
Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
mixed at:
The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Love Sneakin’ Up on You (from 1993-08 until 1993-10)
writer:
Jimmy Scott (British born songwriter) and Tom Snow (US keyboardist/songwriter)
publisher:
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC, Lapsed Catholic Music (in 1993, in 1994), Snow Music (in 1993, in 1994) and Sony Tunes, Inc. (in 1993, in 1994)
3:41
16Dimming of the Day
cover recording of:
Dimming of the Day
lyricist and composer:
Richard Thompson (UK folk rock singer/songwriter)
publisher:
Songs of PolyGram International, Inc. (in 1976, in 1993)
3:39