After the 4 Grammy triumph of NICK OF TIME, Bonnie Raitt proved her newfound success was for real by creating an even better follow-up. This time, Bonnie contributed 4 original songs, all of which were great, including "One Part Be My Lover", written with her then-husband, actor Michael O'Keefe. This album also contained her first top 10 pop hit with "Something To Talk About". Also, there was another one of Bonnie's greatest performances on the heartbreaking "I Can't Make You Love Me", written by country songwriter Mike Reid, and featuring Bruce Hornsby on piano. Bonnie also turns to Paul Brady ("Not The Only One"), John Hiatt ("No Business"), and Delbert McClinton ("Good Man, Good Woman") for help on this album that even though it only reached #2 on the charts (unlike NICK OF TIME, which took a year to reach the top) was no less a triumph than its predecessor.