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Bonnie Raitt - Right Down The Line (Official Music Video)

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Published on Apr 6, 2012

"Right Down the Line," the first single from Bonnie Raitt's new album Slipstream available April 10th!
Written by Gerry Rafferty

Musician Credits
Bonnie Raitt: Vocals, Electric Slide Guitar and Arrangement; George Marinelli: Harmony Vocal, Electric Guitars; Mike Finnigan: Hammond B3, Clavinet; James "Hutch" Hutchinson: Bass; Ricky Fataar: Drums, Timbales;
[On the recording, but not in the video -- Luis Conte: Percussion; Maia Sharp: Backing Vocal]

Video Credits
Director/Editor: Steven Lippman aka FLIP; Producer: Pamela Esterson; Co-producer: James Q. Chan; Director of Photography: Chris Freilich

© 1978 Music Of Stage Three (BMI). All rights admin. by BMG Chrysalis. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.
℗ © 2012 Redwing Records, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

HEAR A STREAM OF THE FULL ALBUM AT NPR FIRST LISTEN! http://n.pr/IgFlPe

Order the Slipstream CD from Amazon! http://amzn.to/GLLiXb
Pre-order Slipstream from iTunes! http://bit.ly/GLSJem

Comments • 256

bizjer1
call the cops coz this track just got murdered.
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Tina Marie F
Bonnie Raitt... love this women... love her music.. I have loved her since 1972 and will continue to love her..
spinalcrackerbox
Bonnie deserves a like just for covering this gem.
michael taylor
the incomparable bonnie raitt
DealReal12
I Love Bonnie's version much better but I also like Gerry's.
d jazz
That anyone could dislike this is amazing!
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urazo
I love the original, but Bonnie's version is sultry and she made it her own! Bravo!
Rube Hayseed
There is nothing uncool about this woman.
knicksTexansFan #1
everyone on here complaining that Rafferty's original was so much better needs to just leave and listen to his version if you like it so much. Us Bonnie Raitt fans will stay here and listen to the legend thank you very much, bye.
OfraHaza
I prefer the original but, at least she put her own spin to the song and didn't just do a robot copy like some artists when they do remakes! I like Bonnie Raitt, I think she did a good job, and made it her own.
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