Home Plate

Home Plate

Infobox Album | Name = Home Plate
Type = Album
Artist = Bonnie Raitt


Released = 1975
Recorded = 1975
Genre = Rock
Length = 31:59
Label = Warner Brothers
Producer = Paul Rothchild
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:7a967u50h0ja~T1 link]
*Robert Christgau (A) [http://www.robertchristgau.com/get_artist.php?name=bonnie+raitt link]
Last album = "Streetlights"
(1974)
This album = "Home Plate"
(1975)
Next album = "Sweet Forgiveness"
(1977)

"Home Plate" is the fifth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music).

Track listing

#"What Do You Want the Boy to Do?" (Allen Toussaint) – 3:19
#"Good Enough" (John Hall, Johanna Hall) – 2:56
#"Run Like a Thief" (J.D. Souther) – 3:02
#"Fool Yourself" (Fred Tackett) – 3:04
#"My First Night Alone Without You" (Kin Vassy) – 3:07
#"Walk Out the Front Door" (Mark T. Jordan, Rip Stock) – 3:09
#"Sugar Mama" (Glen Clark) – 3:45
#"Pleasin' Each Other" (Bill Payne, Fran Tate) – 3:44
#"I'm Blowin' Away" (Eric Kaz) – 3:25
#"Your Sweet and Shiny Eyes" (O'Bryne, O'Byrne) – 2:47

Personnel

*Bonnie Raitt - guitar, electric guitar, vocals, slide guitar
*Harry Bluestone - concert master
*George Bohannon - trombone, baritone saxophone, bass trumpet
*Jackson Browne - vocals, background vocals
*Rosemary Butler - vocals, background vocals
*Venetta Fields - vocals, background vocals
*Freebo - bass, guitar, tuba, vocals, guitarron, fretless bass
*Jim Gordon - baritone saxophone
*Debbie Greene - vocals, background vocals
*John Kingsley Hall - guitar, electric guitar
*Emmylou Harris - vocals, background vocals
*John Herald - vocals, background vocals
*Dick Hyde - trombone, trumpet, bass trumpet
*Richard Hyde - horn
*Jerry Jumonville - tenor saxophone
*Jeff Labes - keyboard
*Maxayn Lewis - vocals, background vocals
*Gary Mallaber - drums
*Will McFarlane - guitar, electric guitar
*Robbie Montgomery - vocals, background vocals
*Bill Payne - accordion, keyboard, vocals
*Jeff Porcaro - percussion
*Joe Porcaro - percussion
*Greg Prestopino - vocals, background vocals
*Terry Reid - vocals, background vocals
*John Sebastian - autoharp, harp
*William D. "Smitty" Smith - piano, keyboard
*J.D. Souther - vocals, background vocals
*Fred Tackett - synthesizer, acoustic guitar, guitar, mandolin, keyboard, 12 string guitar, Fender Rhodes
*Willow VanDer Hoek - vocals, background vocals
*Tom Waits - vocals, background vocals
*Dennis Whitted - drums
*Jai Winding - piano, keyboard, clavinet

Production

*Producer: Paul Rothchild
*Engineer: Fritz Richmond
*Remastering supervisor: Ed Cherney
*Remastering: Gregg Geller
*Project coordinator: Jo Motta
*Horn arrangements: Nick DeCaro, Jerry Jumonville, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett
*String arrangements: Nick DeCaro
*Art direction: Lockart
*Photography: Michael Dobo, Norman Seeff
*Cover photo: Norman Seeff

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)


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