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I Remember

After all the Bonnie Raitt albums I’ve played again and again, after the live concerts I’ve attended, after all her songs I’ve sung along with, the thing I remember most vividly about Bonnie Raitt was a concert moment. 98 more words

Writing Prompt

From The Desk… Something in the Way They Play: Legendary Female Guitarists Part 8

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1971 saw the debut album by an artist who arrived fully formed as both a vocalist and guitar player.  Bonnie Raitt, on the surface of it, came from an unlikely background for a slide playing blues mama. 440 more words

Michael Snow

Morning Exercise 8-12-14: Word "Ennui"

From the New York Times Learning Network Blog: the word of the day is “ennui.”

ennui •\ˌän-ˈwē\• noun: the feeling of being bored by something tedious… 177 more words

Morning Exercise

Angel From Montgomery- Bonnie Raitt (cover)

Angel From Montgomery is a country song written by John Prine that was covered by many other musicians/singers such as Bonnie Raitt. This song tells the story of a middle-age woman who thinks that she is older than she really is and wants an angel to get her away from her “miserable” life. 90 more words


Bonnie Raitt - "Runaway"

I saw Bonnie Raitt a few weeks ago at Summerfest in Milwaukee WI. Tickets for her shows can run $75 so when I saw she was scheduled at one of the “free” stages, I wasn’t going to miss it – even though it was a damp, cold night! 58 more words

Madison Area Blues & More

Good Old Henry Ford

I heard an amazing quote this weekend by none other than Henry Ford:

“Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” 1,442 more words

Enjoy Every Sandwich

Issued on Artemis Records/Rykodisc (RCD17304) in 2004, I picked this up last year for a ridiculously cheap price on Amazon. It’s a posthumous tribute to the songs of Warren Zevon, who died of mesothelioma in 2003. 203 more words