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May 06, 1977 - Image 7

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Friday, May 6, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

,riday{ M ,y . 9T I N YS

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By KURT HARJU
BONNIE RA1TT is a %,ersa-
B h muica whsgs well,
plays a catchyguitar and, oc-
casionally, pens a fine tune.
That she did more of the first
and less of the other two in
her last two albums confused
followers who 'knew her, whole
appeal.
Her latest LP, Sweet Forgive-
ness, (Warner Bros. BS-2990), is
not so much as a return to an
earlier stance as a clearer look
at the total artist. While Raitt
does not grant us an original
song (and hasn't since Give It
Up), her general approach is
not confined to the ballads that
were the focus of both Street-
lights and Home Plate.
BONNIE ROSE to fame as
a young woman who could sing
the blues with amazing strength
and conviction and still handle
a hot slide guitar. She tourned,
a lot, making a name, and her
live show always displayed that
rougher side of her - the-Cali-
fornia-girl-turned-hlues-mama.
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While Sweet Forgiveness is
far from stacked in that direc-
tion, numbers like Eric Kaz's,
"Gamblin' Man" and Daniel
Moore's title cut are Raitt's
strongest performances since
Takin' My Time (a title which
finally appears as a song by Bill
Payne on this LP). That album
balanced the various forms and
styles she uses and this one is
structured in a similar way so
the fast and hard stuff doesn't
get lost among the slower com-
positions.
There's a lot t1wlike right off.
The opening number, Earl Ran-
dall's "About to Make Me Leave
Home," is engaging and the
See RAITT, Page 11
W.JlJ.,T=

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