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Bonnie Raitt — It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Album: Steal This Movie (Soundtrack)
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Released: 2000
Length: 5:18
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Woooo hooo!

Dylan just announced  tour dates.  A  bunch of them in the midwest!   Highway 61 lives!

We're talking road tripping in the fall for Dylan shows.  

We are now blessed. 
 thewiseking wrote:
a weak cover. adds nothing
so tired of her White Trash Chick posing
 
STFU asswipe
Bonnie was on Stephen Colbert recently, doing another sweet cover. 
a weak cover. adds nothing
so tired of her White Trash Chick posing
 hayduke2 wrote:
Bonnie Raitt is awesome, this song and the subject of Abbie Hoffman are so vital to American history, so excellent having my brain activated while she's singing
Thank you! 

 

Agreed!
Bonnie Raitt is awesome, this song and the subject of Abbie Hoffman are so vital to American history, so excellent having my brain activated while she's singing
Thank you! 

Bonnie's voice is the perfect antidote for all the auto-tuned artificially amped dance crap I hear at the gym when I forget to bring my iPod.  Her note bending has such a beautiful natural curve I feel she is caressing the melody.
 
 kcar wrote:


The 13th Floor Elevators did a great variation on this song. Not for everyone, I'm sure. 
 
13th Floor Elevators? The band that formed when Muzak broke up?  :)
Not sure why I gave this a 5 originally?   It is at least an 8, like the majority of Bonnie's work.
 kcar wrote:


The 13th Floor Elevators did a great variation on this song. Not for everyone, I'm sure. 
 
i remember that! interesting, for sure.
Bonnie Raitt has never sung a song badly. If you disagree you are just wrong. :-)
Sorry folks, but this is a great version of this tune - mature Bonnie rivals even Joan B. when she's imitating Baaaaaaab, even.
Not so bad, like it.
So baaddd!! Sorry Bonnie. Where is the original?



That sort of reggae/country groove, along with the cool guitar work, makes this cover interesting... also, Bonnie Raitt has a nice voice...

 


 DaveInVA wrote:
I usually like Bonnie Raitt but I like Van Morrison's  (Them) cover the best and Joan Baez's 2nd best...
 

The 13th Floor Elevators did a great variation on this song. Not for everyone, I'm sure. 
I really like Bonnie Raitt's singing.
Everybody please request "Have A Heart" so it will get some 'net play. Thanks!


Bonnie Raitt w. Crosby, Stills and Nash - Love Has No Pride, Live (2009) 

25th ANNIVERSARY ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME CONCERT
Bonnie Raitt w. Crosby, Stills and Nash - Love Has No Pride - Madison Square Garden - 2009/10/29 & 30


Wow, thought this was Lucinda Williams.
I usually like Bonnie Raitt but I like Van Morrison's  (Them) cover the best and Joan Baez's 2nd best...
I have always loved listening to this song.  This is a nice cover...
Always so happy to hear Bonnie.
1 for Bonnie + 8 for the song;  not that I don't like Bonnie Raitt, but I think that those proportions are about right.
(oh and here he is, himself, following on!  (in this sequence, future readers.)
 gobits wrote:
I like Bonnie and this is a nice version but nothing beats the original. I listen to Bonnie but keep hearing Bob's voice
 

That's funny, first want to say I am no Bob hater, anyone who has seen any of my comments regarding him knows I am a huge fan, matter of fact much more of a Dylan fan then Bonnie Raitt, but there is rich irony talking about preferring Dylans voice over Raitts in any context!{#Lol}

Niiiiiice!{#Clap}
 upgal wrote:

just give us bob.

 
   Them with The Man,Van,that Bill played some days ago !{#Yes}
 gobits wrote:
I like Bonnie and this is a nice version but nothing beats the original. I listen to Bonnie but keep hearing Bob's voice
 
just give us bob.

 gobits wrote:
I like Bonnie and this is a nice version but nothing beats the original. I listen to Bonnie but keep hearing Bob's voice
 

Me too.
I like Bonnie and this is a nice version but nothing beats the original. I listen to Bonnie but keep hearing Bob's voice
 boober wrote:
Best version...
Van the Man w/Them
 
Music from which is sampled wonderfully by Beck on Jack-Ass

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:

Nope.
The Byrds did it better.

 
Nope-
The Animals  "before we were so rudely interrupted"

Time to settle back, get laid back and enjoy the grooze. 
 Videll wrote:
Not bad. However, IMHO, I think Hole's version is far better. :D
 
Nope.
The Byrds did it better.

This is such an excellent song that almost any rendition is worth my attention. The Dead did this from time ti time and it always was a treat. Nice version here.
Lovely!



excellent version and tribute to the original of this song published for the first time in 1965, for the talent Mr. Bob Dylan, of this time brought here by the talent and distinct artist Ms. Bonnie Ryat  -

 ** 9 **




She sure sucked the life out of this song
I normally like hearing different versions of songs. But, in this case, I don't think this interpretation is bringing anything to the song. Which is a shame as I love Dylan, and normally like Bonnie.
beautiful song (all ways a particular fav dylan tune of mine). Bonnie's beautiful voice is missing something here, or the arrangement maybe, but can't put a finger on it.
Nice version, I think. Great song.
crinky wrote:
Kind of a boring cover of this song. I prefer the 13th Floor Elevators version.
yeah, it's missing that edge of aggression... kind of a pity cos I think she's totally capable of it... this is so.. defeatist.
sweet. :sleep:
hippiechick wrote:
meh
meh X2.
Kind of a boring cover of this song. I prefer the 13th Floor Elevators version.
This is an amazing arrangement. Wow. Beautiful. Everything from the choice of instruments to the performance. Incredible.
OMG! She just makes my damm toes curl with this song!! :music:
meh
Yes, this is a good cover, but you just HAVE to hear "Time Has Come Today" by Sheryl Crow and Steve Earle from the Steal this Movie soundtrack CD. It is phenomenal. :music:
boober wrote:
Wow Same comment out of a KC listener!Freaky!
Heh, no kidding.
zaknafein wrote:
A nice version, but Van still has her beat.
Wow Same comment out of a KC listener!Freaky!
Wonderful guitar...Bonnie hit a home run w/ this cover.
I really like her cover of "That Song About The Midway". Awesome, would love to hear it now
hippie wrote:
This is a GREAT cover. If this version does not move you, you are DEAD.
:skull:
dmax wrote:
I really really like this. (And the Dylan version, too) Life is good. :)
Life is Bob. And he's playing here in Ottawa, capital of Canda, in a few hours from now. Van the Man performed here last night, July 4, 2007. Life is very good.
Best version... Van the Man w/Them
A nice version, but Van still has her beat.
steeler wrote:
Hadn't heard this before. Way cool.
Same here, and I thought I had heard every conceivable Bonnie Raitt song....
Take heed, Bob!
Hadn't heard this before. Way cool.
hadn\'t heard her version before. most excellent.
Warm remake of a classic. This girlfriend can put soul in any song. Way to go girl!
I\'m not a big Bonnie Raitt fan, but this is a very nice cover of this song. Of course, I would rather hear Bob\'s version. :)
I never even liked this tune until I heard the new Bryan Ferry version; compared to that one, this version sucks...
Bare bones, but nice and heart-sung. Bonnie has to get back to her roots, rediscover the blues, the ghost of Lowell George, and the days before the synthesizer. If she wants to create, via paying homage to Dylan in this manner, so be it. :)
I almost always prefer the original. In this case, Bonnie sounds like a mature women signing this great song. When Dylan did it around \'65, he was still somewhat of a kid. I like the contrast.
:evil: Amazing how she manages to uterly destroy a beautiful Dylan song... Why doesnt Bill play the real one?
:oops: Clicked the wrong link. Sorry.
Not bad. However, IMHO, I think Hole\'s version is far better. :D
Originally Posted by Johray63: On his latest solo album, Brian Ferry did a very (ferry) thrilling version of this song
Of course that had to be Bryan Ferry.
On his latest solo album, Brian Ferry did a very (ferry) thrilling version of this song, much in a way he did Hard Rain with Roxy Music in the seventies. This rendition by Bonny Raitt is surely ok as well. Probably you can hardly go wrong with a song as fine as this one.
This is a GREAT cover. If this version does not move you, you are DEAD.
Sorta feels like a nice, smooth hit of morphine with a Demerol chaser. Good Stuff, Maynard!! Keep up the good selections, Phokes, RP Rules!! :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
RadioParadise could become an addiction for me and this tune definately enables. I love Bonnie Raitt.
Wow this is excellent! Different enough from Bob\'s version to warrant a cover, and a nice reminder of this beautiful, beautiful song. And I am not a hippie either ;) P.S. I saw her on the Today show singing that tired old \"something to talk about\" song. I wish she had sung this instead. She\'s so much cooler than that goofy song.
Can never hear enough Bonnie as far as I\'m concerned. Great music to listen to while driving long distances arcross the interstates.
I really really like this. (And the Dylan version, too) Life is good. :)
has bonnie recorded this track (\"it\'s all over now, baby blue\") on any other albums? it\'s really nice...
Righteous (and very sweet guitars coming from the left and right).
I\'m sure Bobby would love this cover.
Nice Dylan cover!
I like it: it\'s sort of luminous.
Anybody else have to read \"Where are you going, where have you been?\" in school?
Bob Dylan has some great songs, and I like a lot of Bonnie Raitt stuff, but I can\'t go for Bonnie covering Bob. Just doesn\'t work for me.
I had never heard this version of the song before tonight. Excellent cover. Go Bonnie! Go Bill!