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Raitt's collaboration with Was would amicably come to an end with 1995's live release, Road Tested.
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Raitt's and with
During Raitt's sophomore year, Waterman relocated to Philadelphia, and a number of local musicians he counted among his friends went with him.
Raitt's and would
" A critical and commercial disappointment, 1986's Nine Lives would be Raitt's last new recording for Warner Brothers.
Raitt's and live
She also appeared on Bonnie Raitt's 1995 live DVD Road Tested singing the song " Never Make Your Move Too Soon.
Raitt's and release
It was Raitt's most difficult release, due to the poor sales, negative reviews, and general circumstances surrounding its release.
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That year, he also contributed backing vocals to Bonnie Raitt's " Your Sweet and Shiny Eyes ", from her album Home Plate.
" Recast as a heavy Rhythm and Blues recording based on a rhythmic groove inspired by Al Green, Raitt's version of " Runaway " was disparaged by many critics.
Warner Brothers held higher expectations for Raitt's next album, 1979's The Glow, but it was released to poor reviews as well as modest sales.
Released in the spring of 1989, Nick of Time went to the top of the U. S. charts following Raitt's Grammy sweep in early 1990.
The hit single from the movie soundtrack was Bonnie Raitt's cover of the Roy Orbison hit " You Got It ", which peaked at # 34 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
" In 1990, Vera's tune, " Papa Come Quick ( Jody & Chico )," was included on Bonnie Raitt's album, Luck Of The Draw, the biggest of her career, selling over five million copies.
He was a guest performer on Bonnie Raitt's album Sweet Forgiveness in 1977, and wrote its track, " Takin ' My Time.
Since then, Musselwhite has released over 20 albums, as well as guesting on albums by many other musicians, such as Bonnie Raitt's Longing in Their Hearts and The Blind Boys of Alabama's Spirit of the Century, both winners of Grammy awards.
Also in 2007, the trio recorded a cover version of Bonnie Raitt's " Something to Talk About " for the soundtrack of the film The Guardian.
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His collaboration with Washington, begun when he was the general's aide during the Revolution, was resumed when he entered the first Cabinet as Secretary of the Treasury.
When Harold Arlen returned to California in the winter of 1944, it was to take up again a collaboration with Johnny Mercer, begun some years before.
Further research in the meaning of crises as experienced by the consumers of traditional social casework services -- including attempts to develop a typology of family structures, crisis problems, reaction mechanisms, and differential treatment approaches -- and the establishment of new experimental programs are imperative social needs which should command the best efforts of caseworkers in collaboration with community planners.
Constantino Brumidi designed the decorative scheme as a whole, in collaboration with the architect Charles U. Walter, at the time when plans were being made to replace the wooden dome of Bullfinch with the present much larger iron structure.
The present edition of crystal data was written by J.D.H. Donnay, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. ( Part 2 ) ) and Werner Nowacki, University of Berne, Switzerland ( Part 1 ) ) with the collaboration of Gabrielle Donnay, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C..
Lincoln, in collaboration with abolitionist Congressman Joshua R. Giddings, wrote a bill to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia with compensation for the owners, enforcement to capture fugitive slaves, and a popular vote on the matter.
The political push to increase cooperation among the then-loyal colonies began with the Albany Congress in 1754 and Benjamin Franklin's proposed intercolonial collaboration to help solve mutual local problems themselves ; the Articles of Confederation would bear some resemblance to it.
In collaboration with Guettard, Lavoisier worked on a geological survey of Alsace-Lorraine in June 1767.
He introduced the concept of a uniform space in general topology, as a by-product of his collaboration with Nicolas Bourbaki ( of which he was a Founding Father ).
Although as a result Aston Martin had to make 60 members of the workforce redundant, Gauntlett bought a stake in Italian styling house Zagato, and resurrected its collaboration with Aston Martin.
The President of the Republic exercises the administrative function, in collaboration with several Ministries or other authorities with ministerial rank.
In collaboration with Frederick Loewe, he created some of the world's most popular and enduring works of musical theatre for both the stage and on film.
In 1995, the Centres for Disease Control ( CDC ) started the BOTUSA Project in collaboration with the Botswana Ministry of Health in order to generate information to improve tuberculosis control efforts in Botswana and elsewhere in the face of the TB and HIV / AIDS co-epidemics.
The project was led by Dr Jeff Peakall and Dr Daniel Parsons at the University of Leeds in collaboration with the University of Southampton, Memorial University ( Newfoundland, Canada ), and the Institute of Marine Sciences ( Izmir, Turkey ).
He also had a fruitful songwriting collaboration with Lasse Berghagen, with whom he wrote several songs and submitted " Hej, Clown " for the 1969 Melodifestivalen-the Swedish Eurovision Song Festival finals.
She participated in various musical shows and recorded many popular songs in the 1960s and 1970s, mostly in collaboration with Serge Gainsbourg, Bob Zagury and Sacha Distel, including " Harley Davidson "; " Je Me Donne A Qui Me Plaît "; " Bubble gum "; " Contact "; " Je Reviendrais Toujours Vers Toi "; " L ' Appareil À Sous "; " La Madrague "; " On Déménage "; " Sidonie "; " Tu Veux, Ou Tu Veux Pas?
In collaboration with Shen Lin he devised well-known heuristics for two NP-complete optimization problems: graph partitioning and the travelling salesman problem.
In 1989 Jonathan Hellyer became lead singer, and the band extensively toured the U. S. and Europe with back-up vocalist Annie Conway and had one minor hit with the song " Cha Cha Heels ", a one-off collaboration sung by American actress and singer Eartha Kitt.
He designed many buildings in Rome, which included work at the Villa Giulia complex ( in collaboration with Vignola and Vasari ), also at Lucca and Florence.
collaboration and Was
MC Frontalot, in collaboration with faux-German electronic musician KOMPRESSOR on the track Rappers We Crush, rhymes " What did I do to deserve this ?/ What was my crime ?/ Was it because I sampled Die Toten Hosen that one time?
In early 2009 The Books covered the Nick Drake song " Cello Song " in collaboration with José González for the Red Hot Organization's Dark Was the Night fund-raising album.
The Firm's origins lie in the recording of Nas ' studio album It Was Written ( 1996 ), which included a collaboration on the song " Affirmative Action " with East Coast-based rappers AZ, Cormega, and Foxy Brown.
" I Was Made For Lovin ' You " was Kiss ' first songwriting collaboration with Desmond Child, who would show up later on Animalize, Asylum, Crazy Nights, Smashes, Thrashes & Hits, and Hot In The Shade.