Bonnie Raitt - Luck Of The Draw (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Albums. Luck Of The Draw Produced by Don Was and Bonnie Raitt Papa Come Quick (Jody and Chino) Slow Ride Luck Of The Draw ; All At Once; The New Album Dig In Deep Available Now! Amazon iTunes Bonnie's Store Bonnie Live in Tour Dates Archive Scalper Prevention. Join Now.
  2. Luck of the Draw [Vinyl] Bonnie Raitt Format: Vinyl. [LP] Heart. out of 5 stars Vinyl. $ Unplugged (2LP Gram Vinyl) Every track on this album is class.I have yet to find a Bonnie Raitt album that I do not think is top notch but /5().
  3. Bonnie Raitt: Luck Of The Draw ‎ (LP, Album) Capitol Records: C US: Sell This Version/5(41).
  4. Label: DCC Compact Classics - LPZ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Bonnie Raitt - Luck Of The Draw (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(9).
  5. Luck of the Draw is the eleventh album by Bonnie Raitt, released in After being nominated for Grammy awards in four different categories for the album Nick of Time, Raitt went for a creative retreat in Northern California to begin work on Luck of the Draw. "I did it on purpose to see if I could come up with anything," Raitt said in /5().
  6. Contentment. Instead, Raitt has recorded Luck of the Draw, a collection of pensive and often bittersweet new songs that, like its predecessor, draws on the pop savvy of producer Don Was (who coproduces with Raitt this time) – and the support of an impressive array of guest musicians and song-writers – to sharpen and polish her earthy hybrid of blues, country and R&B.
  7. As its title makes clear, the sequel to Bonnie Raitt's platinum breakthrough on Nick Of Time takes nothing for granted. Raitt had achieved sobriety, renewed commercial focus, and then the payday that the prior album yielded, but Luck Of The Draw mirrors an even fiercer determination to make music as if her life depended on it. Again teamed with producer Don Was, Raitt Reviews:
  8. Nick of Time not only was an artistic comeback for Bonnie Raitt; it brought her largest audience yet, so there was no reason to mess with success for its sequel, Luck of the sequel is the appropriate word, since Luck of the Draw is nothing if it isn't Nick of Time, Pt. 2. True, there's a heavier reliance on original material this time around, but the sound and feel of the record is.