Bonnie raitt give it up - Give It Up (Bonnie Raitt album) - Wikipedia

What did you take away from growing up Quaker?
It's part of the reason I'm drawn to spending so much time in nature. Unlike being in a cathedral or having to look at icons – not to put anyone else's religious practices down – being in nature is a spiritual connection for me. God – right now there's a little squirrel in the tree looking right at me! Growing up, we worked hard to figure out what we could do to give back and to find peaceful ways to resolve conflicts around the world. A lot of my values come from that.

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" Give It Up [comes] closest to perfecting her approach," wrote critic Dave Marsh for early editions of The Rolling Stone Album Guide . "She [mingles] her blues resources with a variety of contemporary and folk-oriented songs, coming up with classics in "Been Too Long at the Fair" and Eric Kaz's "Love Has No Pride". Her version of the latter remains definitive..." Robert Christgau echoed these sentiments in his Consumer Guide column and gave the album an 'A' rating. Rolling Stone critic Jon Landau also praised the album, writing that "the best thing about Bonnie Raitt is her singing, and the best thing about Give It Up is that she sings great from beginning to end; in doing so, she successfully handles a far greater range of styles and material than on her first album and has produced a more interesting and satisfying record in the process." [5] It was ranked as number 496 and in 2012 at #495 in the book version of Rolling Stone 's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time . The album was remastered and rereleased on March 5, 2002. [6]

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