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Nick Of Time

Bonnie Raitt

1989

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Nick Of Time

Rating

2.7

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3185

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I don’t Raitt it

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5

Yay, a woman finally! I haven't listened to this one in a long, long time and it was wonderful to listen to it again. I love her voice, love her music. (Also, her hair. My god that HAIR!) Favorite tracks: Thing Called Love, Cry On My Shoulder, Nobody's Girl, I Will Not Be Denied, and I Ain't Gonna Let You Break My Heart Again.

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Really a brilliant lyricist in this genre. Traditional without being cliched. There's a blend of strength and vulnerability in the sensibility of the writing. The music doesn't stand out so much as the writing but it's all rock solid.

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5

Great album. All songs are worth listening to with a few stand out hits. Amazing voice. Worth having this on vinyl.

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5

Oh an album I owned and enjoyed when it came out! I haven’t listened to the album in a very long time. Loving the big hits, but this album also has a lot of depth beyond the hits. Really a great album. Listened to it a couple of times and love it from beginning to end.

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5

I've never really been a Bonnie Raitt fan, but this is a great album.

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5

Maybe the best sounding album of its kind/era…Bonnie’s voice could ground anything

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A friend of mine she cries at night

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5

You know that friend you haven’t seen in years but when you finally do, you both pick up the conversation exactly where you left off? This album is that friend. This album is like an expertly prepared meal of all your favorite dishes...familiar but delicious...nobody knew at the time, but this wouldn’t even be the best album of Bonnie’s second act. Indispensable.

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4

I know of only one Bonnie Raitt song before this and I like this, she's a kween

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4

the good songs are sooooo good.

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false

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4

Nice für nen roadtrip

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4

3.8* good album but not my cup of tea

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4

I grew up listening to this because my parents had this album... not my normal kind of music but I love her voice and there's more than a few catchy songs on this particular album

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4

A great feel good album

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4

Great voice. Most listenable album

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4

Nick of Time. What a song. I also like I can’t make you love me but it’s on another album. As far as I’m concerned I’m very excited to delve deeper.

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4

Overall, this album did not disappoint. Highlights are Nick of Time and Love Letter. But I don't think the album has the 'great' factor. Most of it became good background music while I was doing stuff. 4/5 stars.

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Great relaxed sounds with a good beat

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4

Very smooth voice. Music is a little smooth jazz/smooth country vibe. Great vocal melodies.

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4

I love her early 70's work, and even most of "Luck Of The Draw". Apparently Bonnie Raitt was going to make an album with Prince before this album, and was even signed to his Paisley Park album before things fell apart. Now THAT'S an album I want to hear. Wondering if THIS should be the Bonnie Raitt album represented on this list. Thinking it's a bit over praised because it won some surprise Grammys. And then I listened to it again, and it makes all the sense in the world why it's here. I still think Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever should have won the Album Of The Year Grammy instead, but this is a great listen.

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4

Classy 80s American rock

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4/5 - Good, but not for me

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sonidos agradables y una voz realmente atrapante, que te hace mantener la atención en la totalidad del álbum. fue mi primera escucha tanto del álbum como de bonnie raitt y realmente estoy deseando conocer más de sus trabajos

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4

Surprising that I liked this album. Really catchy. I always considered her "country" in my mind, but she's really bluesy and I dig it. Will listen to more of her. 3.5/5, but rounding up to a 4.

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Rating: 7/10 Best songs: Nick of time, Thing called love

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4

This is an album (tape!) from my childhood. I listened to it so many times... I was singing Have a Heart from memory. The voice, the slide guitar, the lyrics. Bonnie is a blues rock legend for a reason. She gets what it is to be a woman.

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7/10. Bluesy and pleasant. Maybe a low 8.

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7/10 good songs but definitely overproduced

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Not my usual choice of listening but can appreciate this pop country gem. I give it higher marks for just how influential it is and mainly for the fact that I enjoyed it a lot. It is Christmas Eve Eve today so this was a nice break from my Xmas song play list. I will come back and listen to this again as it seems like a good soundtrack to kicking back in the summer sun

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4

hi- thing called love, have a heart Hey, shut up! Just listen to this album!

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4

A 3 probably. A 4, I love this stuff. Also on this album-cover she's the spitting image of Dom from Mr. Robot but with a sexy, curly 80s haircut.

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4

I first thought this album was country, and it isn't. It is blues.

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hi- thing called love, have a heart Hey, shut up! Just listen to this album!

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4

a grown-up album, warm and tender and wise, which opened the floodgates for the next huge wave of her career

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4

I do love Bonnie Raitt, just more of her real blues sound. Appreciate how she needed this commercially, just a little toned down for me and feels very 1980's

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4

Pretty great

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4

Great album. 4/5

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I don't enjoy these musical styles at all individually (80s pop, country blues, etc.) but something about this combination really works for me.

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Vraiment un bon album Country/Rock, je cmoprend que ca est eu un gros succès lors de la sortie, les musiciens sont incroyables et les arrangements sont vraiment bon. Bonnie Raitt a une très belle voix sur l'album et ne laisse pas ca place. C'est un album a réécouter dans le mood. 4

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Actually ended up liking this more than I thought I would

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3

I love Bonnie but this album sounds very, very much like a stereotypical country/blues album in the 80’s. The guitar didn’t seem to be on fire.

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3

Kinda sounds like Fleetwood Mac, just not as iconic. More folk-country

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I thought I did not know this artist. But I know the song 'Have A Heart' from Bonnie Raitt. I like this song a lot. Found a good live version as well. This songs was still pressent in my memories. The live version sound more to how I remeber it, a little bit more raw. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cf3lbnz5sw)

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3

Truly was dreading this but to say I was pleasantly surprised. I'm not above some good "mom rock" and this is a solid album top to bottom.

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3

Some ok sections, reminds me of Mario 64. Not too exciting overall

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3

Good record. Second single my favorite

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3

Interesting country songs

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3

Soft rock is fine

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Alright Bonnie, you go on with your bad self. Some nice 80s ballads in here. I prefer the bluesier tracks on the second half of the album, as the acoustic guitar tracks

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Actually enjoyed this quite a bit. Nothing to compare it to though. Couple catchy songs.

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Bedre end jeg troede men ik så godt

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Why did I always just assume Bonnie Raitt was a straight up Country singer? This album is way more Blues than Country, though.

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Good singing. Raitt is often praised for her vocal interpretation, and I agree with that.

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Not bad, but a little bit folky for me

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Yeah it’s ok.

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I'm aware OF Bonnie Raitt but can't say I've ever heard her stuff before. Ok yeah, just soft country rock type stuff, nothing mind-blowing but still foot-tappable in places. No real staying power, though - can kinda see why no one remembers it today. 3/5.

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Strong 3 stars. Not a bad listen. Her voice is good, and the chords have a little more color than I was expecting from this style

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3, it's fine. Not my jam normally but an enjoyable dip into an unfamiliar style.

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3

Poppy county blues. Pretty solid for what it is. Stronger vocally and lyrically than musically though. Pretty consistent and enjoyable throughout save for a couple of the twangier songs. The familiar Have a Heart and the title track are the standouts. Easy to listen to though and a nice change of pace, even if it's not something that I'd normally seek out.

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3

Great voice. Good songwriting. But not a masterpiece... (5/10) FT: A Thing Called Love, Nick Of Time

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3

Solid. Great album. Haven't heard it in years.

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3

Bonnie Raitt is pretty great. Excellent, gritty voice, good songs, well produced. Not something I would listen to often, but enjoyable when I do. 3 stars.

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3

The penultimate song was my favorite. Overall, very white bread. 6/10

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Decidedly, Not. For. Me. Look, I get it. I get why folks dig her thing, but I just...don't. Each song evokes a 90s sitcom intro. Did she have one of her songs used for a sitcom theme song? She must have, right? Personally? A 2 for me. Understanding her overall role in the greater aspect of music? A 3? Sure. A 3.

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Ho hum. Not really attention grabbing

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more like 3.5

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3/5 nice, but not enough

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I liked the radio playlist that Spotify created after this

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3

Way mellower than I had expected. But damn what a voice.

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Beautiful voice: clear and open then with that sexy, bluesy rasp that could be described as smoky. Love it. The songs are either set up to showcase her voice as pop power ballads or blues rock n rollers (my preference). I knew Bonnie in the late 80s as a blues guitarist guesting with Clapton, BB King, John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy. Surprised to hear her straight pop voice.

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I was super uninspired to listen to this album today, but I was surprised by how many songs I knew off of here. It's all fine, but I have no real idea why it's on this list. This seems like a fairly traditional white boy blues album with the only twist being that the white boy in this case is a woman. It's like putting a Kenny G album on this list. The best compliment that I give to an album shouldn't be that it's inoffensive 3/5

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3

Some songs were familiar. It is a blues/rock album. It was alright.

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Easy listening album, great vocals, gets a 3.

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Overschat album. Doet me weinig. Zal zeker kwaliteit hebben maar te gladjes….

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Good one

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Perfectly played. But with a smidgeon too much of that everything-in-exactly-the-right-place ingredient.

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On one hand, I'm gonna be nice to this album, because it's one of my mom's favorites and I grew up on Ms. Bonnie Raitt. On another hand, this is the same time of corporate blues-rock that Clapton was putting out in the mid-eighties. It's boring, somewhat uninspired. Bonnie is a fantastic guitarist, and this record doesn't really do much to showcase it. Still, it gets a bonus, for my mom. Favorite tracks: "Nick of Time", "Cry On My Shoulder"

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Ok album, sounds a little dated now.

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It grew on me, I did not like the title track but it closes with better instrumentation and music overall

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Late 80s mainstream rock. Competent, but not really my thing. 2.5/5.

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Well, it wasn't terrible. There were some fun guitar sounds. Some songs were bad (Real Man) and some were okay. Maybe it's because I left to take a class and came back, but it seemed like the last song in the album took a swift turn in a different direction sound-wise. Seemed out of place.

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Easy listening, sounds very much of its time.

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Such a weird album cover! It's so difficult to tell what you're even looking at, it seems like her belt(?) is coming out of the picture, and also that it's a gourd or something. And like...why is she doing that with her hand?! What's her face supposed to convey? It's basically the Mona Lisa. Anyway, the actual album was okay, though it went a little too long. A true 3/5. I liked it better than I thought I would...but I was also so utterly and wholly charmed by Dennis Quaid's bizarre character that my judgment is very clouded.

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Klinkt echt als iets uit een ander tijdperk. Desalniettemin sympathiek en rustgevend.

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Beautiful voice and a couple of big tunes but ultimately nothing special

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I didn't realize Bonnie Raitt had released so many records previously, as this is her tenth album, but I knew this her comeback album. Easy to listen to and so many familiar songs I had forgotten about, though kind of generic at the same time. Enjoyable enough, I'll probably listen to more from Bonnie in the near future.

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Faux reggae, easy blues, power ballads, big hair. Like a time machine to the mid-80s.

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Country style with 80s production,.. to say it ain’t my thing would be an understatement!

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Not my thing but good

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Uninspiring

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sounds bland

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Some famous songs - but generally not my taste

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Did not like this at all

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Standard 80s album

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not for me

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No sir, I don't like it

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Eh.

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Nearly put me to sleep which is pretty bad considering I was driving. A lack of direction and focus really made it suffer.

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Really layering on the cheese for this one. Favorite tracks: “Thing Called Love” and “The Road’s My Middle Name”

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I went in with low expectations. Not terrible but too close to Shania Twain for me.

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Dull soft rock. Found it pretty boring.

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Dear god. Like a female Bryan adams where a two year old has written the lyrics. Basic not partically good Americana

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Generic Kinda boring for me

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Bland with an edge

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false

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A nice blend of 80s pop, blues, and a weird mix of raegae. Bonnie Raitt has a soulful and emotive voice that blends well with her band, when the genre is right. Nothing too complex as far as theme or song structure, but effective none the less.

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A comedown from the other Bonnie Raitt albums I've heard, but they're all terrific so a tough standard to meet. What works so well on those is how woven together the vocals and music are--giving the impression of songs that evolve organically--and how deftly she toes the lines of sentimentality and joyfulness, never in danger of misstepping because her voice is nothing if not convincing. I figure those two effects must be mutually reinforcing because here the interaction between vocals and music is replaced by a reliance on steady pop-friendly backing tracks, with the result that her voice, surely as good as ever, doesn't fluff my pillows in the same way. That damages the convincing factor, meaning that the sentimental ones sometimes slip into schlock and the joyful ones into forced cheer.

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I’m a little stumped figuring out how to rate this. Did I enjoy it? Yes, most of it. It’s how to do romantic songs, and I’m a true sucker for booming 80s drums. I will explore more of her back catalogue (so to speak!!!). Do I think it’s an album I need to have listened to before I die? Well, probably not, frankly. I can’t see what sets it above other similar mid-tempo soft rock of the 80s. It definitely stood out in contrast to the dreck we’ve been served up for the last four days. But not enough for me.

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Nick Of Time

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Oh shit. I'm probably really gonna hate this one. I can already tell that this is gonna be VERY outside of my wheelhouse but you know what, this is exactly why I decided to do this. I'm so addicted to knowledge that just being aware of what this person sounds like as well as this album will be good enough for me even if I hate the music. Ok so the first track, the title track, is pretty damn good and exceeded my expectations. It feels genuinely sincere and tasteful, rather than the really boring, predictable, country rock I was expecting. I can fuck with it. Unfortunately the second track pretty much it on some of the things I was afraid of. I'm really just not into most country, blues, and whatever rock music that blends these together. I will say it's not totally cringe inducing beyond the aesthetic choices that I can't vibe with. Again, it really does feel genuine and authentic without trying to achieve some kind of market based outcome utilizing contrived and cliche'd concepts that are simply popular and arbitrarily novel. You can tell she means everything she plays and sings, and even if I'm not on board with the sound I'm hearing I'm completely on board with Bonnie as an artist. She's a good guitarist too. Ok, it's not completely without some cliche's that border on the uncomfortable (Love Letter's lyrics are noticeably less interesting than the opening track), and I've never really been for a lot of the conventions of rock music, which is just throw some good enough lyrics that fit nicely into the music, shut up, and play the damn guitar. There's a lot to respect in this straightforwardness but again that doesn't totally resonate with me and is rarely ever the kind of music that really hits me in my deepest parts (with the exception of maybe AC/DC or something, I dunno). It just goes to show how rock is basically dead. Bonnie seems like the kind of woman I would really like as a person and I can sense it in the music even if there are jarring cultural differences. But so far this album makes me wanna clean my ears out with a Coil album or something. It's definitely the most palatable "conservative" music I've ever heard, for sure.

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80s as fuck. She's got a good voice but not for me.

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There are a few songs I thought were ok, the more bluesy ones. The album overall has objectively very talented people playing well, it just didn’t really make me feel anything.

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Este sí es de esos discos que no sé que hacen aquí. Ni siquiera es malo, pero simplemente no le veo lo innovador o histórico o especial y me hace pensar que me va a caer peor cuando acabemos la lista y yo sienta que pudo haberle dejado el lugar a otros discos. En fin, soft rock baladoso con toques de country que no hace daño a nadie, pero tampoco impresiona. Quizá su valor está en que reinició prácticamente de cero su carrera porque lo había perdido todo.

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Nada innovador, nada memorable, tampoco nada insufrible y me parece buena música de fondo. Tiene momentos lindos de country-soundtrack-de-chickflick pero hasta ahí. Dos estrellas porque realmente no lo sufrí, aunque seguro no lo vuelvo a visitar. Songs: Real Man, I Will Not Be Denied

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chill countryish music 2.5

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Very pedestrian pop-blues rock/country. Feels like 80's production. I can see why this was a big hit for her. Some of the songs that veer more towards the blues (Real Man for instance) are ok, but generally this is not very interesting to me. Guitars are too clean and too far back in the mix. Personally I'd rather listen to actual Chicago-style blues like Muddy Waters or something with a bit more bite and hard edge. This is kind of watered down blues-style pop.

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It's musical, and Bonnie has a great voice, but I found the whole thing pretty uninteresting. Inoffensive background music at best - the kind of thing you might expect to hear being played in the toilets of a chain restaurant.

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Well, I love her story of perseverance and overcoming that led to this album. I certainly appreciate her voice and the musicality. I just don't feel that I ever need to listen to this album again. It's not her, it's me.

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Just not my thing.

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Wasn't a big fan of this album not much to it. Up until "Nobody's Girl" I was pretty bored. That track was great. The others a bit bland. Might have not been in the mood for it. Final track was solid as well.

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Nice voice, generic 80s blues pop rock.

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Second half was so boring I forgot I was listening to music.

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Not what I feel was advertised by yt music's description or the album cover

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I don't remember this album and I listened to it like 10 minutes ago

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Bland, generic 80s tosh but inoffensive and avoids one star

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Almost a 3, but too generic and bland overall. Great guitar work

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I didn't mind this at all. Great voice, Nick of Time and The Road's My Middle Name are both very decent songs.

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Boring, but not irritating.

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Top Picks: Have a Heart and I Will Not Be Denied It was alright. I'm not normally too big on 80s ballads and unfortunately this was no exception.

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Smooth bland MOR.

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I was expecting a country album or at least a blues album. What I got was a cheesy soft rock album instead. Whatever the genre, this was a boring, cheesy, greasy, over-produced lump of an album with no consistent through-line and no sense of itself or where it belonged.

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21st December 2021 Listened while pottering about guy's flat in LA! Has it's moments, I prefer the bluesier songs.

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I like the 80's vibe this has, but overall I don't really like this kind of music. I enjoyed the title track, though. I can see why people would like this, it's just not for me.

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bissl fahrstuhlmusik

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Nix für mich. Nur kurz reinghört,m aber das war nix...

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Leider echt fad!

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Not sure this is going to be my type of music based on the first song, but Bonnie Raitt has a pretty good rep in guitar circles, so hopefully there'll be something for me later. Thing Called Love I think I actually know! It's alright I guess; getting some guitar here, though not sure it's enough to overcome my reservations about genre. Love Letter same as above; this one is a bit more bluesy, and guitary, so it's okay, but fundamentally this is just isn't my type of music. Not sure it's worth going track by track when it's the same thing each time; the bluesier songs are okay but still not quite my deal, and others just aren't my style. Nobody's Girl is alright. The last song also is decent.

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Nothing to write home about

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Ik weet dat het een un-faire vergelijking is, en dat Bonnie Raitt meer credits verdient, maar voor mij klinkt dit als Shania Twain. Not my cup of tea.

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Veel te zoetsappig.

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Dat is wel heel braafjes allemaal.

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Not my style of music. No drums and no guitar

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Nää. En dålig kopia av Dolly Parton? Då åker sågen fram!

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no point of listening

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o lordy crikey o'reilly

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So eighties you can smell the hairspray. Trapped somewhere between country and Bonnie Tylers hair. Not sure how it made it out of the sports bars, karaoke lounges and the pool houses of the mid west. Though having lived through this era I’m pretty sure it didn’t cross the Atlantic. Elevator music at worst, pedestrian at best. However, mostly harmless.

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Nunca había escuchado de Bonnie, ni alguna de las canciones de este disco. Su historia personal es interesante, pero el disco se me hizo X. Ni siquiera me dieron ganas de terminar de escucharlo...

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Bonnie Raitt is an American blues singer, guitarist, songwriter... Eso dice la Wikipedia y si uno se queda con solo la visión de este disco sería algo terrible. No se si es por el punto que mencionan que fue su décimo disco que era un pseudoregreso después de haber tenido muchos problemas pero es lamentable esta situación. El album se siente totalmente sin caracter, suena a "tengo que hacer música de moda" a más no poder... se sonido de teclado ochentero tipo casio para niño de primaria en el setting "ocarina," todo el arreglo del disco con las peores partes de los vicios de la época, la música suena plástica, sosa y apagada, el bajo totalmente artificial; se siente como una mujer completamente fuera de su elemento y creo que no hay mejor expresión que la cara que pone en la portada para expresar mi sentir de todo el disco. De todo el disco a final de cuentas solo dos canciones son escritas por ella, la primera, que es el sencillo famoso y en mi opinión la peor canción del disco, y la última que muestra un atisbo ligero de que aquí hay mucho talento pero perdido no se en dónde. Disco triste, con unas pequeñas ventanas de canciones tipo blues rock pero bajadas de tono y otras totalmente siguiendo la moda (que incluso para 89-90 ya se siente obsoleto el estilo en mi opinión) al grado que solo les falta una trapper keeper para intentar verse relevantes. En verdad no entiendo cómo es que este disco es tan aclamado. Mucho menos entiendo este disco cuando voy y veo la OTRA música que tiene Bonnie Raitt... De verdad ruego vean este video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHATfTpLre4&ab_channel=Bonnie%27sPrideandJoy y comparen el talento y la energía de esta mujer, casi treinta años después de este disco... a los 67 años de edad y ver la calidad de su música y su talento y compararlo con lo que ofrece en este disco... es de verdad incomprensible para mí.

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I really didn't need to revisit this. where i grew up this was everywhere. this was every car pool ride to school. every soccer practice, whatever. i guess it's fine by normal person standards but fuck this album tbh

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Wise man once described this as aiming for mediocrity and falling way short. Bland, corny nonsense that was too painful to sit the whole way through.

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This is an over generous score.

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don't mind a bit of country, but not this kind

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A bit bland for my tastes, despite me usually liking well played AOR. I checked out a few of her earlier albums and it just sounds like this album sanded off all Raitt's rough edges. Too smoooooth.

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It's not for me.

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Nick of Time is perfectly pleasant, very Magic 105.4. But what follows is a godawful mess of the most hideously produced country it's been my misfortune to hear. The kind of stuff that puts you off country for life. The cod reggae of Have a Heart is a nice break from this. Then back to more of the same. It's not good.

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Wasn't into it

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Very little I found enjoyable in this album. From country sounds to generic synth, just seemed to represent the worst of the 80s. Not sure why this is so acclaimed.

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