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Nine Lives [Bonnie Raitt] [CD] [1 disc]
1. No Way to Treat a Lady
2. Runnin' Back to Me
3. Who But a Fool (Thief Into Paradise)
4. Crime of Passion
5. All Day, All Night
6. Stand Up to the Night
8. Freezin' (For a Little Human Love)
9. True Love Is Hard to Find
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): FRM 25486
Personnel: Bonnie Raitt (vocals, acoustic, electric & slide guitars); David Kitay (guitar, programming); Johnny Lee Schell (guitar, percussion, background vocals); Dean Parks, Michael Landau, Charles Ferrin, Ira Ingber (guitar); David Woodford (saxophone); Bill Payne (piano, keyboards); Eric Kaz (piano); J.A.C. Redford, Guy Moon, Richard "Koz" Kosinski, Ian "Mac" McLagan (keyboards); Ray Ohara (bass, percussion); Leland Sklar, Nathan East, Neil Stubenhaus (bass); Ian Wallace (drums, percussion, programming); Russ Kunkel, John Robinson, Carlos Vega (drums); Rob Fraboni, Lenny Castro (percussion); Blondie Chaplin, Steve Ross, Christine McVie, Todd Sharp, Ivan Neville, Sippie Wallace, Earl Smith, Rosemary Butler, Max Carl (background vocals); Tower Of Power Horns.
Producers: Bill Payne, George Massenberg, Rob Faroni, Steve Tyrell, Russ Kunkel.
Engineers include: George Massenburg, Terry Becker, Rob Fraboni.
Recorded at Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, California in 1983; Tyrell-Mann Studio, Los Angeles, California in 1986; The Complex, West Los Angeles, California in 1983 & 1986.
Digitally remastered by Teresa Caffin.
Audio Mixer: George Massenburg.
Recording information: Shangri-La Studios, Malibu (1983); The Complex, West Los Angeles (1983); Tyrell-Mann Studio, Los Angeles (1983); Shangri-La Studios, Malibu (1986); The Complex, West Los Angeles (1986); Tyrell-Mann Studio, Los Angeles (1986).
Photographer: Jim Shea.
Produced by George Massenburg (Linda Ronstadt) and Bill Payne of Little Feat, LIVES is full of slick '80s production: big-sounding guitars, smooth jazz trimmings and sanitized rhythm arrangements. There are also contributions from some of the biggest pop songwriters of the time. Song doctors solicited include Will Jennings (who co-wrote "Stand Up To The Night," a number used in the Farrah Fawcett comeback Extremities) and the team of Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance ("No Way To Treat A Lady").
Raitt's cover choices include a loving rendition of Toots Hibbert's "True Love Is Hard To Fine" (featuring Raitt's hero Sippie Wallace on harmonies) and "Angel," yet another Eric Kaz gem. Inexplicably, however, NINE LIVES failed commercially at a time when similar records by Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood did well.
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