|A1||No Way To Treat A Lady
Backing Vocals – Max Carl, Rosemary ButlerBass – Nathan EastDrums – John Robinson Guitar – Dean ParksGuitar, Soloist – Michael LandauPiano, Keyboards – Bill PayneWritten-By – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance
|A2||Runnin' Back To Me
Arranged By [Horns] – Greg AdamsBass – Neil StubenhausDrums – John Robinson Guitar – Bonnie Raitt, Dean Parks, Ira Ingber, Michael LandauHorns – Tower Of Power Horn SectionKeyboards – Bill PayneSaxophone – Richard ElliotWritten-By – Ira Ingber, Karla Bonoff
|A3||But A Fool (Thief Into Paradise)
Arranged By [Horns] – Greg AdamsBacking Vocals – Bonnie Raitt, Ivan Neville, Max Carl, Rosemary ButlerBass – Nathan EastCo-producer – Russ KunkelDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Charles FerrinGuitar [Slide] – Bonnie RaittHorns – Tower Of Power Horn SectionPercussion – Lenny CastroSaxophone – Richard ElliotWritten-By – Nan O'Byrne, Tom Snow
|A4||Crime Of Passion
Backing Vocals – Bonnie Raitt, Max Carl, Rosemary ButlerBass – Leland SklarDrums – Carlos VegaGuitar – Dean Parks, Michael LandauKeyboards – Bill PayneWritten-By – Danny Ironstone, Mary Unobsky
|A5||All Day, All Night
Backing Vocals – Ivan Neville, Max Carl, Rosemary ButlerBass – Neil StubenhausDrums – Carlos VegaGuitar – Dean ParksGuitar, Soloist – Michael LandauPercussion – Lenny CastroWritten-By – Hutch Hutchinson, Ivan Neville, Ronald Jones
|B1||Stand Up To The Night
Backing Vocals – Max Carl, Rosemary ButlerGuitar, Drum Programming, Engineer – David KitayKeyboards – J.A.C. Redford, Richard "Koz" Kosinski*Keyboards [Additional] – Guy MoonProducer – Steve TyrellWritten-By – J.A.C. Redford, Richard Kerr, Will Jennings
Backing Vocals – Blondie Chaplin, Steve Ross Bass – Ray OharaDrums – Ian WallaceEngineer – Rob Fraboni, Terry BeckerGuitar – Johnny Lee SchellKeyboards – Ian "Mac" McLagan*Producer – Rob FraboniWritten-By – Jerry Williams*
|B3||Freezin' (For A Little Human Love)
Bass – Ray OharaDrums – Ian WallaceEngineer – Rob Fraboni, Terry BeckerGuitar – Johnny Lee SchellKeyboards – Ian "Mac" McLagan*Producer – Rob FraboniWritten-By – Michael Smotherman*
|B4||True Love Is Hard To Find
Acoustic Guitar – Bonnie RaittBacking Vocals – Blondie Chaplin, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Lee SchellBacking Vocals [Special Guest Appearance] – Sippie WallaceBass – Ray OharaDrums – Ian WallaceEngineer – Rob Fraboni, Terry BeckerGuitar – Johnny Lee SchellKeyboards – Ian "Mac" McLagan*Producer – Rob FraboniWritten-By – Toots Hibbert
Backing Vocals – Blondie Chaplin, Christine McVie, Steve Ross , Todd SharpDrums – Ian WallaceEngineer – Rob Fraboni, Terry BeckerGuitar – Johnny Lee SchellGuitar [Slide] – Bonnie RaittKeyboards – Ian "Mac" McLagan*Piano – Eric KazProducer – Rob FraboniWritten-By – Eric Kaz
|9 25486-1, 1-25486||Bonnie Raitt||Nine Lives (LP, Album, Spe)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 25486-1, 1-25486||US||1986|
|W1-25486, 9 W1-25486||Bonnie Raitt||Nine Lives (LP, Album, Club)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||W1-25486, 9 W1-25486||US||1986|
|9 25486-2||Bonnie Raitt||Nine Lives (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9 25486-2||US||1986|
|925 486-1||Bonnie Raitt||Nine Lives (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||925 486-1||Europe||1986|
|R2 78385||Bonnie Raitt||Nine Lives (CD, Album, RM)||Warner Bros. Records||R2 78385||US||2001|
Nine Lives is the ninth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1986. In 1983 there was a corporate sweep at Warner's, coming from upstairs, and they needed to trim the fat," Raitt recalled in 1990. I just had completed an album called Tongue & Groove, which was produced by Rob Fraboni, who had also done Green Light
Bonnie Raitt's ninth and final album for Warner Bros. Records was a star-crossed affair that began in 1983 in a session with producer Rob Fraboni, and was a typical Raitt mixture of different genres and songwriters, from Jerry Lynn Williams ("Excited") and Eric Kaz ("Angel") to reggae star Toots Hibbert ("True Love Is Hard to Find") in a style. similar to her 1982 album Green Light.
Complete your Bonnie Raitt collection. Nine Lives (LP, Album, Spe). Nine Lives (CD, Album, RM). Friday Music.
Band Name Bonnie Raitt. Album Name Nine Lives. Erscheinungsdatum 1986. Labels Warner Music Group. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. No Way to Treat a Lady. 2. Runnin' Back to Me. 3. Who But a Fool (Thief into Paradise).
This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Nine Lives. BPM Profile Nine Lives. Album starts at 121BPM, ends at 125BPM (+4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bonnie Raitt. Bonnie Raitt In Session - Can't Find My Way Home.
Nine Lives is the ninth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music). I just had completed an album called Tongue & Groove, which was produced by Rob Fraboni, who had also done Green Light
The album was shelved indefinitely, and Raitt was left without a record label Despite her personal and professional problems, Raitt continued to tour and participate in political activism. A critical and commercial disappointment, Nine Lives, released in 1986, would be Raitt's last new recording for Warner Brothers. In late 1987, Raitt joined singers . lang and Jennifer Warnes as female background vocalists for Roy Orbison's television special, Roy Orbison and Friends, A Black and White Night. Raitt had met Was through Hal Wilner, who was putting together Stay Awake, a tribute album to Disney music for A&M. Was and Wilner both wanted Raitt to sing lead on an adult-contemporary arrangement created by Was for "Baby Mine", the lullaby from Dumbo.
Nine Lives is far from the worst album I have ever heard (I mean, every time we get exposed to this kind of stuff, remember Rod Stewart in the Eighties to be brought back to senses), but it is certainly a record that could be cut by anybody - completely faceless and robotic even for the standards of Bonnie Raitt, wh. Muscular-metal guitar on the steroid power ballad ʽStand Up To The Nightʼ - who the hell could see Bonnie Raitt competing for space with Heart and Cher in the Eighties? The simplistic electro-pop groove on ʽFreezin'ʼ - who the hell could see Bonnie Raitt competing for space with Prince, or associate her with music for the body as such? And then there's the lyrics disease - as corporate songwriting sinks to new degrees of lowness, we get lines like "my body is the only place where we meet anymore" (!!!!!).