Silver Lining

Infobox Album | Name = Silver Lining
Type = Album
Artist = Bonnie Raitt

Released = April 9, 2002
Recorded = The Sound Factory (Hollywood, California)
Genre = Rock
Length = 51:12
Label = Capitol
Producer = Bonnie Raitt,
Tchad Blake,
Mitchell Froom
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3.5|5 [ link]
* Robert Christgau (B-) [ link]
Last album = "Fundamental"
This album = "Silver Lining"
Next album = "Souls Alike"

"Silver Lining" is an album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).

Track listing

#"Fool's Game" (Jon Cleary) – 4:08
#"I Can't Help You Now" (Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Tommy Sims) – 3:13
#"Silver Lining" (David Gray) – 6:19
#"Time of Our Lives" (Teron Beal, Tommy Sims) – 4:00
#"Gnawin' on It" (Raitt, Roy Rogers) – 4:44
#"Monkey Business" (Jon Cleary) – 3:36
#"Wherever You May Be" (Alan Darby, Gavin Hodgson) – 5:31
#"Valley of Pain" (Rob Mathes, Allen Shamblin) – 4:27
#"Hear Me Lord" (Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi) – 5:09
#"No Gettin' Over You" (Raitt) – 4:45
#"Back Around" (Habib Koite, Raitt) – 5:15
#"Wounded Heart" (Jude Johnstone) – 4:13


*Bonnie Raitt - vocals, background vocals, slide guitar
*Andy Abad - guitar
*Alejandro "Alex" Acuña - conga, talking drum
*Steve Berlin - baritone saxophone
*Jon Cleary - piano, keyboard, Hammond organ, vocals, background vocals, clavinet, Moog synthesizer, Wurlitzer, duet
*John Cregar - drums
*Mike Dean - guitar, keyboard
*Keletigui Diabate - balafon
*Ricky Fataar - percussion, drums, background vocals
*Bernard Fowler - background vocals
*Freebo - tuba
*Mitchell Froom - organ, synthesizer, piano, clavinet, Moog synthesizer, Wurlitzer, marxophone, reed organ
*Gary Gold - drum loop
*James "Hutch" Hutchinson - bass, acoustic bass
*Habib Koité - gut string guitar
*George Marinelli - acoustic guitar, guitar, mandolin, electric guitar, background vocals, harmony vocals
*Arnold McCuller - background vocals
*Steve Nider - keyboard
*Steve Raitt - background vocals
*Roy Rogers - slide guitar
*Andrew Scheps - drum loop
*Tommy Sims - electric guitar, background vocals
*Benmont Tench - piano
*Pete Thomas - percussion
*Fred White - background vocals


*Producers: Bonnie Raitt, Tchad Blake, Mitchell Froom
*Engineers: Tchad Blake, John Paterno
*Mixing: Tchad Blake, Paul Middleton
*Mastering: Bob Ludwig
*Assistants: Jacqui Blake, Claire Lewis
*Pre-production: Tom Corwin
*Pre-production assistant: Tom Corwin
*Pro-tools: Jacqui Blake
*Overdubs: Craig Conrad, John Paterno
*Horn arrangements: Bonnie Raitt
*Organ arrangement: Bonnie Raitt
*Art direction: Norman Moore
*Design: Norman Moore
*Photography: Tchad Blake, Ann Cutting, Henry Diltz, Pat Johnson
*Stylist: Kate Lindsay
*Make-up: Lucienne Zammit


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