It took producer Don Was to resusitate Raitt’s career after Warner Brothers unceremoniously dumped the singer-guitarist. But it has taken producers Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake to bring Bonnie back to the blues. Like her previous album, Fundamental, this is Raitt at her best: raw and raunchy, with plenty of blistering bottleneck guitar. “Gnawin’ on It” gets down and dirty, while “Fool’s Game” and “Monkey Business” bristle with unadulterated New Orleans funk. Sexy stuff.