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Bonnie Bramlett

  • Sweet Bonnie Bramlett [Columbia, 1973] C+
  • It's Time [Capricorn, 1975] C+
  • Roots, Blues & Jazz [Zoho Roots, 2006] *

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Sweet Bonnie Bramlett [Columbia, 1973]
She tries to come on sweet, granted, but she sounds desperate. Enough to make me hope she finds peace, as if we needed another Jesus freak. C+

It's Time [Capricorn, 1975]
The first two cuts on this album are the only ones I want to hear again, and one of them was coauthored by Delaney. C+

Roots, Blues & Jazz [Zoho Roots, 2006]
As mixed up and unapologetically Southern as the title says, another voice improves with age ("Love the One You're With," "I'm Confessin'"). *