Eddie Money Shakin' With The Money Man [DualDisc]
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- Released: November 16, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Silverline Records
- 1.Something to Believe In
- 2.If We Ever Get Out of This Place
- 3.Can You Fall in Love Again
- 4.Everybody Loves Christmas
- 5.Two Tickets to Paradise
- 6.Wanna Go Back
- 7.She Takes My Breath Away
- 8.Where's the Party
- 9.Gimme Some Water
- 10.Wanna Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star
- 11.Everybody Rock N Roll the Place
- 12.Baby Hold On
- 13.Take Me Home Tonight
Personnel: Eddie Money, Ronnie Spector (vocals); Tommy Girvin (guitar, background vocals); Richie Zito, Dean Mitchell (guitar); Dave Woodford, Edgar Winter (saxophone); Bill Mason (Hammond B-3 organ); Arthur Burrows (keyboards, bass, programming); Kim Bullard (keyboards, programming); Mark Harris, Trent Strow (bass); Mike Beard (drums, percussion); Matt Laug, Kenny Arnoff, John Snider (drums); Bobby Levine (percussion); Curt Cuomo, Shandel Farrior, Mortonette Jenkins, Michael (background vocals).
Producers: Richie Zito, Curt Cuomo, Eddie Money.
Emerging in the mid-1970s with urban swagger, a romantic streak, and a blue-eyed-soul voice similar to Free/BadCompany singer Paul Rodgers, Eddie Money set the charts afire with his meat-and-potatoes, heart-on-his-sleeve rock & roll. This concert recording of Money features a wide selection of hits (and a guest shot by Ronnie Spector), digitally remastered for the DVD-Audio format. Tracks include "Something To Believe In," "Take Me Home Tonight," "Two Tickets To Paradise," and many more.
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