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Bonnie Raitt – Road Tested

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Filmed & Recorded Live At The Paramount Theatre, Oakland, California, July 18-19, 1995
Produced by Don Was and Bonnie Raitt
Recorded by Ed Cherney Directed by Jim Yukich
(P) (C) 2001 Capitol Records

Featuring Special Guests:

Some comments from Amazon…
It really doesn’t get much better than this excellent dvd… Bonnie looked fine, was obviously happy at the time, and played well too; the interaction with the audience was gratifying. Her singing is impeccable on this dvd, and the chemistry with and among the band is excellent, as is the interaction with her guests. The only thing that I was slightly disappointed with is the volume at which her slide guitar playing is recorded (I don’t think it’s just my older ears that aren’t hearing as well as they used to). If you like Bonnie, you’ll love this dvd; it’s much better than the “Live at Montreux – 1977” recording.
One of my top concert dvds, and I have over 250. Angel From Montgomery will take your breath away. Fantastic performance.
Fantastic live concert. Great song selection and the performance is as tight as it gets. Nice variety of special guests. Bonnie Raitt at her best.

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