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Eddie Money

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Eddie Money 10/17/1990

Review

This strong debut benefits greatly from the expertise of veteran producer Bruce Botnick as well as the likes of former Steve Miller bassist Lonnie Turner and saxman Tom Scott. Guitarist Jimmy Lyon was to Money what Keith Scott was to Bryan Adams. Money, son of a New York City cop, had a rock & roll epiphany en route to following his dad's career path. The debut album, long on craft but not without inspiration, deservedly shot radio-ready tunes "Two Tickets to Paradise" and "Baby Hold On" up the charts, the latter helped by former Elvin Bishop songmate Jo Baker. The key tune is the spirited "Wanna Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star," which spells out the game plan. ~ Mark Allan
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Two Tickets to Paradise Eddie Money 3:56
  3. 2 You've Really Got a Hold on Me Eddie Money 3:46
  4. 3 Wanna Be a Rock & Roll Star Eddie Money 3:55
  5. 4 Save a Little Room in Your Heart for Me Eddie Money 4:52
  6. 5 So Good to Be in Love Again Eddie Money 4:11
  7. 6 Baby Hold On Eddie Money 3:30
  8. 7 Don't Worry Eddie Money 3:41
  9. 8 Jealousys Eddie Money 3:55
  10. 9 Got to Get Another Girl Eddie Money 3:24
  11. 10 Gamblin' Man Eddie Money 3:57

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