12 Songs, 53 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings

Great love song


I have “I Can’t Make You Love Me” on so many lists.



This is a great tune. I had forgotten how good she is. It's truly a classic. Happy I bought this song.

Dreamyeyed Angel enchants my heart

Reed girl 72

Whenever a song by Toto plays on the radio or I-pad or I-pod. I hear Jeff Porcaro and he plays drums on my heartstrings. I can feel the lovechills beginning to run up and down my spine.I feel some sort of connection with him and can sense that he is answering me. So that is why I love to talk to him in my dreams. I look up to the sky and try to search for the brightest star and when it is found. I say to that twinkling jewel. Goodnight and sweet dreams. I cannot stop thinking about him.🎧🎼🐱😇😏💽📲🎷📱💚🎸😈🎤🐈🎹😂🐯💙💿📀❤️🎻💛🎺💜. I am his Percussion Princess and he is my Percussion Prince. Still number one and greatly missed by all who knew loved and worked with him. As always . A forever fan of Jeff Porcaro

About Bonnie Raitt

By the time Bonnie Raitt found worldwide success with 1989’s Nick of Time, the songwriter and master slide guitarist had already recorded 10 albums over two decades. A pioneering figure in roots rock who spent her early years apprenticing with bluesmen like Mississippi Fred McDowell, Raitt, who was born in Burbank, California, in 1949, seemed to have stepped out of an imagined past, synthesizing strains of blues, folk, rock, and country in ways that felt both effortless and fresh. She does it all on 1972’s Give It Up, which spans raucous New Orleans-style R&B (“Give It Up or Let Me Go”) and contemplative ballads (“Nothing Seems to Matter”), bare-bones blues (“Love Me Like a Man”) and string-heavy folk (“Too Long at the Fair”), with Raitt equally at home in each. She’s since left her mark on artists covering all sorts of terrain—from Susan Tedeschi and Joss Stone to Adele and Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard. Or, as blues legend B.B. King said of Raitt’s impact in one of his last interviews: “I came up in a macho world and never thought I’d ever declare the best living slide guitarist to be a woman. Well, I’m declaring.”

Burbank, CA
November 8, 1949




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