The wistful title track to Bonnie Raitt's 1989 Nick of Time is an affecting meditation on entering middle age that struck a strangely resonant chord: it reframed the singer's relevance as a gracefully poised rock stylist and helped to propel her towards a Grammy for Album of the Year. The enduring power of the track—one of two on the album that Raitt wrote herself—lies in the combination of her plaintive delivery and the deceptively easygoing groove. – Nate Cavalieri, Google Play
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