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  • Audio CD (29 May 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Stax
  • ASIN: B000008EZ3
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 538,942 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. It's Been A Long Time Coming
  2. A Right Now Love
  3. We Can Love
  4. My Baby Specializes
  5. Everybody Loves a Winner
  6. Things Get Better
  7. Just Plain Beautiful
  8. Hard to Say Goodbye
  9. Pour Your Love On Me
  10. Piece of My Heart

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Anyone who gives this album the once-through will be struck by the spirited delivery, sensuous atmosphere and Bonnie Bramlett's thrilling vocals. In fact, the record serves as a primer for what went on to be called "roots rock" and "blue-eyed soul" and represents the missing link in Eric Clapton's evolutionary tree. So, really, it's a rock masterpiece that ought to be in anyone's collection, right?

Not far wrong. Husband-and-wife team Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett released this, their debut, on the Stax label - then a struggling new imprint - in 1969. Bonnie already had the distinction of being Ike Turner's only white Ike-ette and her full-throated style bears the Tina Turner seal of approval; Delaney had a long pedigree as an in-demand session musician and songwriter: their first album should have gone stellar, especially when it was backed by Booker T & the MGs and the cream of Stax's soul/blues roster.

In fact, it performed only modestly at the time. Why? Hard to imagine, because this creamy confection of countrified soul just breathes effortless class - as well it might, considering who's on board. There was, one gathers, some prejudice at the time towards white musicians trying to appropriate black music. Certainly, their second offering took them in a more rock-orientated direction, a stylistic choice that landed them a supporting gig for Blind Faith, which is how Eric Clapton came to play on tour with them and their sound thoroughly infiltrates Clapton's '70s output. See? There's a lot of rock history condensed, sonnet-style, into this act.

I suspect the commercial indifference was more down to the album's feel-good, deep-in-love ethos, a statement of positive domestic bliss at odds with the increasingly embittered and politicised pop culture of '69 and '70.
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I am very much a latecomer to the delights of the music of Delaney & Bonnie but now am very much a fan. I was aware of their connection with Eric Clapton but had not heard any of their work until 2009 when my local library was having a CDs clearout: I bought 4 for £2 and one of them was a reissue of D & B TOGETHER(1972)- which I soon learned was a sad/ironic title since they split both musically and maritally soon after its original release.
I enjoyed the album so bought ON TOUR WITH ERIC CLAPTON - loved it -and subsequently read Jon Rowe's superbly written and comprehensive review of HOME and added it to the collection.
This piece is intended as a supplement to what Jon has written since I see no point in going over the same ground.The following might be of interest:

1.Of the 16 tracks,6 are bonus ones and instead of being tacked onto the 10 songs on the original album, the running order has been totally re-sequenced:the bonus tracks appear at 1,5,9,12,13 and 14. The result is a seamless whole and, believe me, the extra songs are just as good as the original 10.

2. This package runs out at 47mins 24 seconds whereas the 10 tracks on the original album clock in at just under 30 minutes.If you bear in mind in 1969 an LP cost about 29 shillings, this is the equivalent in today's money of about £19! Not surprising it didn't sell too well.
3. By the time HOME was originally released by Stax, D&B had left the label after an acrimonious split: there's a lot of splits you'll find in D&B's story.Consequently,they weren't around to promote the album since they'd signed to Electra.To add to that, apparently,the same year, Stax released an avalanche of albums(27 in all?
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IM MY OPINION BONNIE CAN DO WITHOUT DELANEY AS HIS VOCALS ARE NOT IN THE SAME LEAGUE.SHE DID EVENTUALLY GO SOLO TO GREAT RECORDINGS.THESE STAX SESSIONS FRM LATE 60S HAVE THE CREAM OF STAX MUSICIANS.VG CD
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Found this to be a very basic cd .its just so boring ,ithought it be a mixture of southern rock,& blues specialy as its one of Eric Clapton favourate bands the really only good bluesey sounding song on the cd is the old janis joplin track piece of my heart
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