Editors' Notes On Streetlights, Bonnie Raitt offers up the kind of sweet, hearty soul music that slowly wraps itself around you. "I Got Plenty" opens modestly with a melancholy piano line that settles into a relaxed groove—but by the end of the first chorus, she's leading a full-on R&B workout decked with wailing horns. Raitt’s take on Allen Toussaint’s "What Is Success," meanwhile, dives right into a rollicking funk beat as she waxes on money and showbiz with her supple, velvety voice.
That Song About the Midway
Rainy Day Man
Angel from Montgomery
I Got Plenty
What Is Success
Ain't Nobody Home
Everything That Touches You
Got You On My Mind
You Got to Be Ready for Love (If You Wanna Be Mine)
10 Songs, 38 Minutes
September 1, 1974
℗ 1974 Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
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