Eddie Money is the self-titled debut album by American musician Eddie Money, recorded in the summer months and originally released in late 1977 on manager Bill Graham's Wolfgang label, distributed by Columbia Records. The album was certified double platinum in 1989. The album was a studio rendering of Money's live show at the time. Featuring almost entirely original compositions that the band had written and honed during their live performances in Bay Area venues.
Good as Gold (Eddie Money album). Good as Gold is an album by rock singer-songwriter Eddie Money, released in 1996. It is a budget compendium of top 40 hits and some album songs, and they are all taken from albums Eddie Money to Can't Hold Back.
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.
Eddie Money (born Edward Joseph Mahoney, March 2, 1949 in New York City, United States) is an American rock singer-songwriter who found success in the 1970s and 1980s with a string of Top 40 hits and platinum albums. Rock impresario Bill Graham said of Money "Eddie Money has it al. ot only can he sing, write and play, but he is a natural performer.
Eddie Money – Eddie Money was born Edward Mahoney into a large Irish Catholic family in Brooklyn and raised in Plainedge on Long Island. His father, grandfather, and brother were members of the New York City Police Department, as his interest in music intensified, he eventually ended his law enforcement career in favor of becoming a full-time musician. He moved to Berkeley, California, and became a regular at city clubs, in the late 1970s, he charted with singles such as Baby Hold On and Two Tickets to Paradise. Life for the Taking is Eddie Money's platinum selling second album. It was recorded in 1978, and released in 1979 o. mage: taking.