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D & B Together

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Only You Know And I Know
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Wade In The River Of Jordan
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Sound Of The City
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Well, Well
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I Know How It Feels To Be Lonely
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Comin' Home
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Move 'Em Out
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Big Change Comin'
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A Good Thing (I'm On Fire)
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Groupie (Superstar)
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I Know Something Good About You
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Country Life
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Over And Over
Artist: Delaney Bramlett
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I'm Not Your Lover, Just Your Lovee
Artist: Delaney Bramlett
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Good Vibrations
Artist: Bonnie Bramlett
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Are You A Beatle Or A Rolling Stone
Artist: Delaney Bramlett
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(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Artist: Bonnie Bramlett
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California Rain
Artist: Delaney Bramlett
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 58:55

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Classic

NCJohn

D&B were so influential in a musical era that saw these casual crossovers and sit ins from a stellar group of musicians. As one classic rock station I know uses the phrase "when the music mattered" This collection is one that any serious fan of 70's needs to own as a snapshot of heartfelt genuine music.

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Hidden Treasure

davidmorrowjr

Delaney and Bonnie had alot of badass friends for a reason, they were awesome. Their music had soul and such a good time vibe it is impossible to not dig on this album. For fans of Derek Trucks, J.J. Cale, Eric Clapton and Motown.

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What? Only 5 stars?

timabouttown

An amazing document of the loosey goosey Delaney & Bonnie. Nonsense to say that nobody cared anymore. Musicians certainly did - guests include Leon Russell, Dave Mason, Joe Cocker, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, Rita Coolidge, Tina Turner, and dozens more. These weren't hired guns. They were friends, and a bare tribute to D&B's enormous influence. One sign of their continued relevance the following year: Little Feat toured as D&B's *opening act!* D&B both left the spotlight fast when they broke up, but this album is not their swansong. Far from it. It shows that they still had plenty of gas in the tank. A rollicking good time was had by all.

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They Say All Music Guide

It appears as though the Bramletts were pulling in a lot of markers here in the hopes of getting that elusive hit. On D & B Together, listeners find studio versions of “Only You Know and I Know” and “Superstar,” both of which were concert highlights over two years before. Surprisingly, the best cut here is a studio take of “Comin’ Home,” written with Eric Clapton and featured on the On Tour album. While not as loose as the live cut, “Comin’ Home” is great music nonetheless. The problem was, nobody seemed to care much anymore. [The 2003 CD reissue on Columbia/Legacy adds six bonus tracks from Delaney Bramlett and Bonnie Bramlett solo albums that were first released on Columbia in 1972 and 1973.] – James Chrispell

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