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''Give It Up'' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides on #495 of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]


Music/BonnieRaitt's sophomore album, '''''Give It Up''''' begins in the folk-blues style of her debut before opening up into New Orleans-styled r&b, twenties-style jazz-blues, singer-songwriter soft-rock. A frequently-cited influence on the loosely-defined Americana genre, '''''Give It Up''''' is a contender for the guitarist's masterpiece despite disappointing commercial returns, uncured even after her 1990's breakout.

'''''Give It Up''''' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides on nr. 495 of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]

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Music/BonnieRaitt's sophomore album, '''''Give '''Give It Up''''' Up'' begins in the folk-blues style of her debut before opening up into New Orleans-styled r&b, twenties-style jazz-blues, singer-songwriter soft-rock. A frequently-cited influence on the loosely-defined Americana genre, '''''Give ''Give It Up''''' Up'' is a contender for the guitarist's masterpiece despite disappointing commercial returns, uncured even after her 1990's breakout.

'''''Give ''Give It Up''''' Up'' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides on nr. 495 #495 of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]


Music/BonnieRaitt's sophomore album, '''''Give It Up''''' begins in the folk-blues style of her debut before opening up into New Orleans-styled r&b, twenties-style jazz-blues, singer-songwriter soft-rock. A frequently-cited influence on the loosely-defined Americana genre, '''''Give It Up''''' is a contender for the guitarist's MagnumOpus despite disappointing commercial returns, uncured even after her 1990's breakout.

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Music/BonnieRaitt's sophomore album, '''''Give It Up''''' begins in the folk-blues style of her debut before opening up into New Orleans-styled r&b, twenties-style jazz-blues, singer-songwriter soft-rock. A frequently-cited influence on the loosely-defined Americana genre, '''''Give It Up''''' is a contender for the guitarist's MagnumOpus masterpiece despite disappointing commercial returns, uncured even after her 1990's breakout.


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* TheCoverChangesTheGender: Chris Smither's "Love You Like A Man" becomes "Love Me Like A Man" and as such

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* TheCoverChangesTheGender: Chris Smither's "Love You Like A Man" becomes "Love Me Like A Man" and Man", slightly changing the narration from a boast to a come-on as such well.


* TitleTrack: "Give It Yp"

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* TitleTrack: "Give It Yp"Up"


'''''Give It Up''''' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides in the lower reaches of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]

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'''''Give It Up''''' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides in the lower reaches on nr. 495 of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]



* AsTheGoodBookSays: "Too Long At The Fair"
--> ''Jesus cried, wept and died''
--> ''I guess he went up to heaven''
--> ''(...) Well, you can give my soul to Abraham''
--> ''Give my soul to Saul''
* BreakupSong:
** "Give It Up Or Let Me Go"
--> ''Well, you come home drunk and nasty, you won't tell me where you've been.''
--> ''Just when things are nice and sweet, you go back out again.''
--> ''Why do you wanna mess up a good thing?''
--> ''I'm gonna find me another man, one who wants to give me everything.''
** "I Know"
--> ''I've loved so hard, everything I did was no joy''
--> ''If I can't love you right, baby, I don't have to love you at all''



* CoverVersion: Raitt wrote three songs and a fourth was written for the album by Joel Zoss, leaving six covers out of ten songs.

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* CoverVersion: Raitt wrote three songs ("Give It Up Or Let Me Go", "Nothing Seems To Matter" and "You Told Me Baby") and a fourth was written for the album by Joel Zoss, leaving six covers out of ten songs.



* IntercourseWithYou "Love Me Like A Man", "You Got To Know How"

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* IntercourseWithYou IntercourseWithYou
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"Love Me Like A Man", Man"
--> ''They all want me to rock them''
--> ''Like my back ain't got no bone''
--> ''I want a man to rock me''
--> ''Like my back bone was his own''
--> ''Darlin', I know you can''
--> ''Believe me when I tell you''
--> ''You can love me like a man''
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"You Got To Know How"How"
--> ''Technique ain't tough, if you care enough''
--> ''You can learn to know how''
--> ''I might drop a hint how to strike my flint''
--> ''If you yearn to know how''
* IWillWaitForYou: "If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody"
--> ''Daytime, night time''
--> ''Any time at all''
--> ''I'll be there waiting''
--> ''Any time you call''
--> ''Just to be near you''
* LoveHurts: "Love Has No Pride"
--> ''But this love hurts me so, I don't care what you say''
* ThePowerOfLove: "You Told Me Baby"
--> ''I know she hurt you,''
--> ''But you know I've been hurt too.''
--> ''You just come to me, we'll see''
--> ''What a love can do.''
* RecordProducer: Michael Cuscuna.


Added DiffLines:

* SpecialGuest: Paul Butterfield plays harmonica on this album.
* TheresNoPlaceLikeHome: "Too Long At The Fair"
--> ''I've been downtown such a long, long time''
--> ''I'll never make it home by seven''
--> ''Won't you come & take me home?''
--> ''I've been too long at the fair''
--> ''And, lord, I just can't stand it anymore''
* TitleTrack: "Give It Yp"
--> ''Oh honey, if you want me to love you''
--> ''You've to give it up or let me go''

Added DiffLines:

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Music/BonnieRaitt's sophomore album, '''''Give It Up''''' begins in the folk-blues style of her debut before opening up into New Orleans-styled r&b, twenties-style jazz-blues, singer-songwriter soft-rock. A frequently-cited influence on the loosely-defined Americana genre, '''''Give It Up''''' is a contender for the guitarist's MagnumOpus despite disappointing commercial returns, uncured even after her 1990's breakout.

'''''Give It Up''''' regularly appears in the "1001 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die" series and resides in the lower reaches of [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime Rolling Stone's great albums list.]]

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!! Tracklist:

[[AC: Side One]]

# "Give It Up Or Let Me Go" (4:28)
# "Nothing Seems To Matter" (4:03)
# "I Know" (3:51)
# "If You Gotta Make A Fool Out Of Somebody" (2:54)
# "Love Me Like A Man" (3:23)

[[AC: Side Two]]

# "Stayed Too Long At The Fair" (2:54)
# "Under The Falling Sky" (3:38)
# "You Got To Know How" (3:38)
# "You Told Me Baby" (3:43)
# "Love Has No Pride" (3:46)

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!! ''Tropes have no pride, when I call out their names...''

* TheCoverChangesTheGender: Chris Smither's "Love You Like A Man" becomes "Love Me Like A Man" and as such
* CoverVersion: Raitt wrote three songs and a fourth was written for the album by Joel Zoss, leaving six covers out of ten songs.
* FaceOnTheCover: Maybe someone thought the purple border brought out her eyes?
* IntercourseWithYou "Love Me Like A Man", "You Got To Know How"
* SongStyleShift: "Give It Up Or Let Me Go" breaks out of folk-blues about halfway through when the horn section cuts in.
* TwelveBarBlues: "Love Me Like A Man"

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